About COMO Parrot Cay
Whisked from your airplane to the marina, you embark on a 35-minute ferry ride to Parrot Cay, a l,000-acre private island, one of the 40 Turks and Caicos Islands that make up this British Colony just south of the Bahamas. Leaving behind the stresses of everyday life, you arrive at a beautiful place, rich with marine life and vegetation, but known best for its tranquility; even when all its 70 guest rooms and beachside villas are filled, the place is remarkably intimate and private. The serene, hilltop COMO Shambala Spa, whose name is Sanskrit for "center of peace and harmony," offers Eastern-inspired therapies and recently added a 6,600-square-foot, story extension; and Parrot Cay's gourmet-quality spa menu is available for lunch at the pool and in both the resort's restaurants. Fitness is a strong component of the spa, which has a Pilates studio and holds several yoga retreats (with instructors such as Rodney Yee) throughout the year.