Hotel Spotlight: COMO Parrot Cay

On a private island along the Turks and Caicos archipelago sits the ultra-exclusive COMO Parrot Cay. Offering guests barefoot luxury and unmatched privacy, COMO Parrot Cay is perhaps the best on Turks and Caicos, which is no small feat. For guests looking for a getaway in the truest sense of the word, this island resort is just the ticket.

Guests arrive via private boat transfer, jetting across the turquoise waters from Providenciales International Airport towards this private island paradise. The island itself retains much of its natural beauty, with pristine white beaches flocked with seagrasses and wetlands with ancient mangroves playing host to a variety of tropical birds. The thoughtful design of the resort draws the natural beauty of the island into the rooms themselves, making the vibrant greens, blinding whites, and stunning turquoise blues the true star here. The rooms, suites, and beach houses are designed with clean whites throughout with rich teak wood furnishings, including dreamy four-poster beds draped with delicate white voile. Comfortable deck chairs allow guests to take in the stunning views found in each of the room categories.

The One Bedroom Beach Houses are some of our favorite accommodations in Turks and Caicos, providing guests with direct beach access and a private heated plunge pool. The beach houses have well-appointed bathrooms and walk-in closets with plenty of space for storage, allowing guests to make themselves at home. The living areas are spacious as well, with luxurious furnishings and elegant decorative touches throughout. We love these beach houses for couples looking to get away and reconnect with privacy in mind.

The larger beach houses and villas here feature more unique designs and are privately owned and managed by the resort. Most of the villas include the COMO butler service the brand has long become famous for, providing attentive yet unobtrusive service. Point House, one of the several three-bedroom villas on the property features floor-to-ceiling windows that flood the villa with natural light and breathtaking views of nature. This villa also boasts a private beach cabana, giving guests who stay here access to the gorgeous ocean waters with ultimate comfort. The main living area opens out onto a tranquil sun deck and black stone infinity pool, perfect for days spent relaxing in supreme style. The en suite office can be converted to a fourth bedroom upon request, making this villa perfect for families and groups of friends.

The crown jewel of COMO Parrot Cay is the Lotus Flower villa. Comprised of two four-bedroom villas designed by Singaporean architect Cheong Yew Kuan, these twin villas are the ultimate in Asian-inspired luxury. Both villas are two stories with two bedrooms on the ground floor and two bedrooms on the upper level with all bedrooms having their own en suite bathroom. The primary bedrooms include their own outdoor showers with unbeatable views of the ocean and private gardens. Both villas have their own infinity pools and a third pool that is shared. The shared pool is situated off of a central pavilion that is fully equipped with a kitchen and relaxed dining area with room for 20. This stunning luxury compound also includes a private yoga studio, resting on stilts and providing a truly zen space for guests who are looking to center themselves while here. This villa is ideal for larger families or groups who want plenty of space that allows for equal amounts of alone time and togetherness.

With only 72 accommodations, this boutique luxury resort offers guests a truly unique experience in Turks and Caicos. As proud partners of Virtuoso, Ourisman Travel is able to offer our clients exclusive perks like daily breakfast, resort credits, the potential for upgrades, and more. To learn more about COMO Parrot Cay, Turks & Caicos, or how we can elevate your travel reach out to the team via email at or complete our Travel Request Form.

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