Behold; with water so crystal clear it appears as if a sheet of talc is floating over it, the shores of the Turks and Caicos Islands remain stationary with shallow waves sweeping gently over its pearl white sands and no more than a few people on its beaches. The Parrot cay resort may have an exotic name for itself under literal terms, but when analyzing it all under a secluded environment; it’s all about tranquility with only your family to share with.
The discipline maintained for the management of the entire resort is prominent from the very first day of the stay, and with focus on individual visitors too; possibly no resort or hotel in the world would ask your duration of the stay to schedule all your desired activities such that the trained services staff is allocated exclusively to attend to your attention.
Go for a trek or cycle through the surrounding areas or get your adrenaline to your bones with water-sports, snorkeling and diving. This may be your venue for exploration, where you can go island-hopping while taking cruises on speedboats. The resort takes the reins of providing service the moment you touchdown from your flight to Turks & Caicos Islands by arranging transport by road as well as by sea to reach Parrot Cay Island, without letting you any form of inconvenience to suffer through.
No matter what the general public perceives newer forms of physical relaxation to be, the primary feature of Parrot cay resort is best kept secluded from all others while easily being considered at the top. In addition to regularized classes under the world’s most reputable yogis four times a year, the ‘COMO Shambala Resort’ includes providing its own product range of skin care and spa products while relying on Indian and Asian techniques for enhanced relation experience in the spa.
Immerse yourself in plunge-pools of rose-water with floating flowers and scented oils and let your senses take you to a new realm of subtlety and harmony of utopian nature alien from all previous spa therapies. The region has already been popular among Hollywood’s stars; with Bruce Willis, Donna Karan and Keith Richards owning property while others like Zac Efron, Demi Moore, Jennifer Garner, Britney Spears, Eva Longoria, Tony Parker and Julia Roberts having paid a visit to Pirate Cay Island.
The restaurants go with the ambience desired for any such casual vacation at the beach, with no attire restrictions specified over the entrance of guests in its vicinity. So after having a sit down by the pool or a nap at one of the roof-umbrellas beside the sunset in front of the beach, feel free to proceed in shorts, sarongs and flip flops to feast in your appetite at The Lotus restaurant with Caribbean cuisine with a hint of Asian influence, mostly consistent of seafood.
Those who find seafood conventional after a couple of meals have the alternate option of continental dishes and snacks including burgers, sandwiches and salads. ‘The Terrace’ restaurant sets up the executive environment defining a resort surpassing international cult, as Chef Daniel Moran is appointed for the overall management to provide unique meal combinations and a complete set of courses for sweet dishes such as hotcakes and pancakes from the resort’s very own bakery.
With themes in accordance with sand, pearl or earthen elements along with artwork, each different accommodation has a trademark classification along with itself. The Rocky point villas provide a landmark view over the beachfront, the Island villas are surrounded by their own allocated pools with spacious dining room as well as a kitchen and the COMO Villas satisfy sun-lounging with a sun-deck complete with a dining setup and outdoor shower gardens.
The beach villas come in one-bedroom and two-bedroom options with each having a plunge pool along with a private section of the beach segregated by thick vegetation. The Garden-view and Ocean-facing rooms are both based on white themes with Balinese décor and verandas having mini-bars in the form of mini-refrigerators containing a range of beverages just waiting to be opened for a refreshing drink.
Planning to take your extended family or friends along with their families along? Take them along on your flight to Turks and Caicos Islands, where the Pirate cay resort stands by to shoulder larger parties of guests by making privately owned 4-5 bedroom villas with their respective amenities such as Jacuzzis, spas and pools remaining available for rental services, which include ‘The Residence’, ‘The Sanctuary’ and ‘Tamarind’.
The resort’s guest services for all its suites, villas and rooms are enhanced to leave no leaf unturned from letting yourself feel anywhere near being ‘remote’ or homesick on the island; high-speed wireless internet, laundry services, private butler and round-the-clock manager attendance, tourism guidance and assistance, you name it and they just await you to ask them for it.