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“Very Relaxing! Should be called COMA!” 5 of 5 bubbles
Review of COMO Parrot Cay, Turks and Caicos

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COMO Parrot Cay, Turks and Caicos
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“Very Relaxing! Should be called COMA!”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed June 6, 2006

We just returned from our honeymoon at Parrot Cay. Hopefully this review will help you as much as the other reviews here helped us.

Fist of all, the resort is VERY secluded and VERY quiet. We had an absolute blast just chilling out, reading books, drinking wine and watching the beautiful sunsets on the unbelievable beach and just spending time alone together. The best way I can describe the setting at PC is almost equal to that of a monestary. If you want to get away from people, spend time with your loved one and just chill out, this is the place to do it. The asian influence is very apparent on the resort design as the disruption of nature is at a minimum and the dimply lit sidewalks are almost monk-like. 95% of the people we seen were couples and the occasional nod from other guests seems to be the accepted amount of communication. In other words, not a lot of people seem to want to engage in conversation. Which, believe me, was fine with us.

The food was outstanding at both the Lotus and the Terrace restaurants. Watch out, when they say spicey, they mean SPICY! The price of the dinners though were nothing short of being robbed. For 2 people to eat an appetizer, entree, dessert and a couple cokes was well over $250 every night. Luckily, food was included in our package. And the drinks were just way overpriced. One mixed drink is $16 (without tip and not a very strong one at that). We heard about this and brought our own wine to dinner every night and they are perfectly happy with letting you do it. I can't help but think that if the drinks weren't so overpriced that they would definitely have more people in the bar. We saw 4 people in the Lotus bar once. They weren't there very long.

The helpfulness of the staff seemed to vary depending on their role. The wait staff bent over backwards to make you happy, however, the cleaning folks, maintenance staff and front counter leave a lot to be desired. For the few times that we required their assistance, they really seemed to be put off or said that they would take care of it and you never heard from them again. As others have said here before, definitely check your bill. We were charged for things we didn't purchase and not charged for things that we should have been. When we brought everything to their attention, they didn't seem too happy to have to figure it out. They don't seem to understand that when you check out and your bill is over $11,000 that you deserve the right to have someone explain the vague charges listed on your bill.

As far as celebrities, the closest we came was Mariah Carey was leaving the day we arrived. Needless to say, my new wife was not too sad to hear about that. A couple quick tips: Be sure to use the pool and jacuuzi behind the old spa. You will most likely be all by yourself. Also, there are three Tiki Huts to the right of the Infinity pool that are awesome for laying in and taking a nap that anyone can use. If you want water at dinner, they will ask you if you want bottled water or sparkling water (at a nice $7/bottle), tell them neither. Ask for tap water, it is just fine and it is free. If you must have bottled water in your room, here is a tip. Go down to the old spa and inside the locker rooms they have boittled water available for free on the counter. We simply took a few bottles back to our room and put them in our refrigerator. This worked out great for going to the beach.

As for the spa, absolutely second to none. We each had a deep tissue massage, an Indian Head massage and a hot stone massage. Skip the hot stone, not worth the money. The setting for the new spa is so tranquil and relaxing as you sit and overlook North Caicos.

All in all, PC was our dream vacation and except for a few things here and there, we were extremely happy with the ability to relax and unwind in this atmosphere. We were joking that the reosrt should be called a COMA experience instead of COMO for how we felt after seven days. We have never in our lives done so much of nothing for so long. I hope this review helps you in your travels to this resort.

Erick and Jennifer Phillips
Clarkston, MI

Stayed June 2006
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New York, New York
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed June 5, 2006

We arrived on a saturday afternoon and left on a tuesday, two solid days is just not enough time to relax---because this absolutly is THE place to just chill out and feel healthy & good & relax. We stayed in a beach front villa, it was amazing ! plunge pool, screened in porch, tv, kitchen etc etc -the spa food was delicous, I loved the nutmilkshakes and raw food menu options, as well as the tiramisu from the other restaurant and the breakfast was delicious. The only not so great experience we had was the BBQ on saturday night which was supposed to be great but it was not so hot, as well as oysters from LONG ISLAND ??? weird
we went on a snorkel trip-so much fun, the spa was nice but not blow your mind, it was also very difficult to make an appt for any additional treatments once we arrived which was very annoying as there is not much to do here, the gym was almost always empty. We really felt like the only ones there sometimes. The one really bad thing about this place is the BUGS !!!!! really truly I was prepared I had read a bunch of these reviews so I brought spray, but still I think they must have been invisible little buggers, everyday I felt like I was getting eaten alive no matter how much bug spray I put on . The icing on the cake was the last night scurring accross the bathroom floor was a giant king size roach ! Thankfully they did have roach spray underneath the kitchen sink---apparently this is not that uncommon ?
Aside from the bugs I would actually return to this place & recommend it to friends it is amazing the sand the sea etc etc
totally worth it and a direct flight from NYC is only 3 hrs
plus boat & taxi which is another 45 minutes, but once you get there you begin to forget about time for just a little while........

  • Stayed May 2006
    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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North Carolina
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed March 3, 2006

When you arrive at the airport and begin your trip, you will be glad you chose this resort, especially when you pass the other resorts along Grace Bay. They all look the same and are very close together. None compare to Parrot Cay.
After a 40 min. boat ride, we arrived at PC. We left Charlotte on a direct flight at 9:30am and arrived on the island around 1:30pm. After being shuttled from the boat dock by friendly staff, we walked into the main building and were directed to the upstairs Terrace bar inside to wait for our introduction. There wasnt much of an intro - we were taken to our room, a garden view, steps from this main building. I asked for a map and they said they would give us one later. It would have been nice if there had been a better initial orientation and maybe a tour. We never felt like we had a complete idea of the whole resort/island.
We changed clothes immediately and found our way to the beautiful pool. The zero-entry, infinty pool is spectacular. We had lunch pool side, from the adjacent Lotus restaurant menu, which was delicious. Be prepared to pay much more than normal here. A coke and an orange juice approaches $16 when it is all said and done. And yes, its true, a hamburgers and fries really does cost $26. But everything is very tasty, the poolside service is terrific, the view from the pool deck is perfect -- a favorite spot the whole trip.
The resort has only two dining options: The poolside Lotus restuarant (lunch and dinner), and the Terrace Restaurant (breakfast and dinner). We ended up ordering room service dinner the first two nights because the 2 restaurant menus were so limited. The room service menu offers much of what is offered for lunch at the poolside Lotus restuarant. There isnt really enough American fare for dinner and the resort would be great with one more dining option and maybe a snack bar or night-time casual grill. WARNING. Bring any snacks your family cant live without there is NO place to buy snacks here. There is an overpriced mini-bar but it doesnt have much food in it. The dinner menus finally changed after a few days.
Breakfast at the Terrace is very good with some good choices on the menu and a small buffett of bread, fruit, and cereal. Again, there is only one lunch option (poolside at the Lotus)and the menu did not change the week we were there. It seemed like we ate a lot of fries.
The beach is gorgeous like the pool, but the water is colder compared to other places in the Caribbean, because the beach faces North and directly faces Atlantic waters. The sand is so nice and white and there is hardly anyone on the beach! Very private. There is no shortage of chairs here or on the pool deck. Upon arriving poolside, very friendly attendants bring you cold water, fresh towels and popsicles in the afternoon around 2:00. That was a nice touch.
There is NO evening entertainment and dinner menus have only a few entrees (4 or 5). Prices range from $38-60 per entree. Sides are extra. For all meals, they offer bottled water for two (7$ per split). They have free bottled water the rest of the time, and they dont recommend you drink the tap water.
The resort also features a small exercise facility, which is very near the pool and beach access. The small room contains 2 or 3 treadmills, an out of date stair climber, two stationary bikes, one eliptical, a full set of free weights, and various other pieces of equipment. An upgrade would do wonders.
The resorts fleet of boats/ferries are not on a regular schedule, particularly the "from Provo to PC" leg of the journey. These were scheduled based on arriving passengers only. We went to Provo one night and you will probably end up going to, wanting some supplies that aren't found in the meager gift shop or some variety in food. We took a 3:30 ferry, shopped in the two small shopping areas, ate 7:00 dinner at Anacaona at Grace Bay Club and left on the 9:00 ferry. Note: Most of the shops (across from the entrace to Grace Bay) on Provo close at 5:00pm. Grace Bay is also expensive but not nearly as nice as Parrot Cay.
While at PC, we really wanted to leave to get souveniers for our son and some friends. The gift shop at Parrot Cay has some overpriced resort wear and bikinis and thats it. Oh, and $18 bottles of average sunscreen. There are hardly any PC items. None of the usual things you'd find in a resort shop. This was our biggest complaint and something that should really be fixed immediately. The resort needs a shop where you can buy essentials that you forgot and souveniers to bring home with the PC logo. There is nothing for children. We bought T-shirts at Mama's at the Ports o Call shops across from the Grace Bay Club.
The spa, though also expensive is beautiful and worth a visit and a treatment. I only needed a manicure and it was worth it just to be there for a few moments.
We didnt take any snorkel or boating excursions because they seemed awfully expensive, and weren't promoted as a worthwhile experience. Much much more expensive than any other resort we have been to.
Next time we will probably book a trip with Silver Deep...they seem to be very popular and have a shop at the leeward ferry docks of Provo.
Overall, PC was great and so beautiful. We loved the pool and everything seemed so clean and well maintained. Our room was great, it doesnt seem worth it to pay for anything but a garden view....the beach villas and views are not even right on the beach. The room service is great and they come by all the time.
We missed having a great gift shop and wish there had been a few more activities and dining options. It is very peaceful and everyone was so friendly. We even saw a few big celebs :) There is a nice library and many computers with free internet to check email. You can also rent dvds and cds, also a nice touch.

As this great resort continues to mature, we would definitely come back again - and probably will soon.

  • Stayed February 2006
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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Dallas
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed March 2, 2006

We just returned from 3 days in paradise. The boat ride to the island was fun and comfortable. Rooms are not the greatest, not much water preasure in the shower and not really luxurious. We had an ocean view room, which may not really be necessary because the beach is not easy to see (see picture). The service is friendly and helpful. Beach is beautiful and private. Pool is great and no problem getting lounges or chairs on the beach. The food is not the greatest, hamburgers are $26. The spa is staffed with experienced people - treatments were great. This is a great place to go to relax and be at peace.

  • Stayed February 2006
    • 3 of 5 bubbles
      Value
    • 3 of 5 bubbles
      Rooms
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
      Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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8 Thank Neil-from-Dallas
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed December 18, 2005

Our honeymoon started out a bit late by a small delay in Charlotte, NC. But as it turned out, it was just perfect as we caught the boat to the island just as the sun was setting (See pics) for an amazing arrival to Parrot Cay. Transfers to and from ferry/airport went smooth and were good.

Upon our arrival the hotel manager greeted us and drove us up to check-in via golf cart. Our room was upgraded to an Ocean view and they were clean and beautiful (See pics of bed, bathroom, etc…) with amazing views of the island and beach. Our room had a four post bed with mosquito nets and a lovely veranda with a great sofa type couch to sit on. TV/DVD player which surprisingly was used to watch a few movies. A/C worked fine - plenty of clean towels. Also nice amenities bottled water, great smelling toiletries, well stocked mini-bar and fruit tray.

We had signed up for the inclusive deal package for breakfast and dinner, along with a free massage for the two of us at the Spa and an excursion trip too.

The breakfasts were great; eggs, French toast, omelets to order and gorgeous buffet of fresh and tasty fruits and cereals and bread. The wait staff every morning greeted us with smiles upon our arrival with choice sitting of inside or out. The staff is very efficient and ready to serve you promptly. Also waiting for us each morning was an 8-9 page copy of the New York Times.

Dinner there was two options; the Terrace Restaurant (Same location as breakfast) and the Lotus Restaurant - the Asian restaurant. The resort recommends making reservations for the place you choose to go, but we would recommend trying to view the menu for each in the afternoon before deciding; getting reservations was no problems. However, Lotus has a BBQ every Saturday night and we would recommend it for that night.

Meals at both places had generous portions. Desert was excellent, pictured is the baked Alaska we got one evening at Lotus.

The Spa was gorgeous. We arrived for our appointment early, about 30 minutes, changed into our robes and flip-flops. We would recommend arriving early since this enabled us to wait in the hot tub overlooking the other side of the island. After our couples massage, we walked around the spa area and had a nice cool glass of tea while soaking in the great view. After changing we signed out bill for tips and bought some products from the store.

For our excursion we choose the secluded lunch in our own villa. We ordered our meals the day before and walked over to a gorgeous table for two with couch and mosquito nets. I ordered Prawns and a sandwich and my wife had a salad, plenty of water was provided!

People mentioned it in their reviews about mosquitoes, but we didn’t have any issues with this at all. Many nights we would keep the veranda doors open late for the cool air to come in.

The only downside of the trip was check-out, but things were handled so smoothly and without problems or hassle. Our bill was incorrect, some items billed twice, etc… but it was no issue in correcting these mistakes.

Some side notes:

I would not recommend buying anything from the Spa, they turn down your room twice a day and give you free products in your room, stash those away for replenishment.

Drink plenty of water, each night we would get 2-4 waters and we would place them into the mini-bar to keep cool and to collect them.

There were a few families with kids, but not noticeable at all. The resort does a great job of making you feel like you are the only ones there.

Alcohol is expensive, about $15 for a glass of wine.

This was truly the first vacation that we both have gone on together and have wanted to stay longer. We would love to be able to come back again soon!

  • Stayed December 2005
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
      Value
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
      Rooms
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
      Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
      Service
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Philadelphia, PA
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24 reviews
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 80 helpful votes
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed December 1, 2005

Overall a really beautiful place and we had a great time. The beach and ocean are absolutely gorgeous.

Service: the service at both restaurants was outstanding, housekeeping was great and the beach/pool service great. but....the guest services, front desk and management could be alittle more attentive and friendlier attitudes.

Food: breakfast was great as was dinner at both restaurants, Just had lunch once. Portions were huge,especially sides and could have often shared rather than each have one. Atmosphere at lotus restaurant in evening was incredible. Of course cocktail were pricey but we knew that going in and didn't turn out to be toom much of issue.

Room: we were in 2, more later on that.
our first room was garden view and we loved the location, further away from main areas and had a great balcony. A/C worked fine - plenty of clean towels and bed was fine. Also nice amenities bottled water, great smelling toiletries, well stocked mini-bar and fruit tray. But.... somewhat noisy, staff is constantly on truck and golf carts zooming around and started very early in morning which was annoying and also when we were enjoying happy hour on our lovely balcony - distracting. Need to invest in electric vehicles. Rooms are by no means five-star luxury and bathrooms are somewhat dated.
2nd room: we awoke the 3rd morning to the very loud talking of an almost 2 yr old on balcony above us, around 6:45 am, followed by her running laps on the wooden deck with shoes on. We returned from breakfast and more of same. So we requested a move. We were accomodated (someone else had already complained) and moved to oceanview room which had great view but.... didn't like location near as much as first room, bathroom was much more worn than first room, a/c didn't work as well, and the room was somewhat fly invested. We killed at least 6 each day and could not figure where they came from. We never left anything open and did not have any in the other room.
I know they accommodated us fairly by giving a oceanview room(upgrade) but it still was an inconvience. By not having a "no children" rule at this resort I don't have too much room to complain but it would have been a nice gesture to get a bottle of wine/champagne or something as it was a pain and then room wasn't in a as good condition as our first and we weren't as happy. It was surprising to see some young children there as there is not much for children to do and dining is certainly not geared to that. From a noise perspective I feel children should only be allowed in villas. Frankly if the resort was full and we could not have been moved our trip would have been ruined.

Other facilities: We did not use spa but went to see it and it looked amazing. The library and computer access/free internet was great - there were 5 computers. Our bill was totally correct at checkout and checkout was a breeze-no issues.
Transfers to and from ferry/airport went smooth and were good. We loved the layout of resort and the view from "boardwalk" on way to beach and from the pool.
So the only somewhat negative was the room situation and everything else made up for it. Grounds were kept nice and beach cleaned daily. Again loved service on beach. It was very relaxing (except for child) and absolutely gorgeous/romantic. We especially enjoyed long walks on the great beach and view from pool. I will definitely plan to return but try to save enough $$ for villa to avoid the noise situation.

  • Stayed November 2005
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
      Value
    • 3 of 5 bubbles
      Rooms
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
      Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
      Service
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New York, New York
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71 reviews
46 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 229 helpful votes
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed November 14, 2005

WOW! Just returned from five nights at Parrot Cay and I was totally blown away. I went in with somewhat low expectations - based on some of the reviews here and on what a friend had told me - but this resort exceeded my expectations and is my new favorite vacation location. Here is a rundown of the resort:

Beach - Amazing! Perfect turqoise water and powdery white sand. I went to hawaii earlier this year and this beach compared favorably to all of the beaches I visited in Maui and Kauai. They even have cold face towel service and ice pop service at the beach just like the four seasons.

Pool - Amazing! The most comfortable chaises I have ever sat on and the view out to the ocean from the infinity pool is breathtaking.

Food - Amazing again. I only had one meal that I thought was "so so" and that was at the Mediterranean restaurant. Lotus - the Asian restaurant was excellent and the couch like chairs were so comfortable I never wanted to leave the table. I highly recommend the Saturday bbq at Lotus - they grill tons of fresh seafood and I think they sometimes have a band, although they didn't when I was there. Breakfasts were also unbelievable - all you can eat and very healthy. I especially loved the freshly squeezed juices. They even have a great spa menu that you can order from at either of the restaurants. Alcohol is very very expensive here. If you need to have your tropical drinks by the pool, but you have a limited budget, this might not be the place for you. The lowest price bottle of wine was $60, but most bottles were in the $80-$120 range. I brought a bottle with me and they gave us a bottle of Moet with our package.

Spa - There are no words to describe. This was hands-down the best spa I have ever been to and I have been to some nice spas. The views are spectacular from the spa and I recommend booking your treatment at or around sunset to take advantage of them. I got the Lurlur Bath and reflexology - both therapists were topnotch and I would do both again.

Rooms - Beach chic. Four poster beds with mosquito nets and a lovely veranda with a great sofa type couch to sit on. This is not the four seasons though. If you want marble baths, plush furnishings and opulence - this may not be the best place for you. All of the bath products smell amazing and they provide you with service twice a day. My only complaint with the room was that the bed was a little hard.

Service - Terrific. This isn't the four seasons, but that being said everyone makes an effort to know your name and they bend over backwards to help you. Check in and check out could not have been smoother, and contrary to what others have complained about we did not have any problems with extra charges on our bill.

Activities - There is not much to do on this island, but this is exactly what makes this place wonderful. If you have to have lots of activities, don't go. If you want to bring children, this is probably not the resort for you. I think kids would have to be really really well behaved for this place, since there were almost none there and the ones that were there definitely stood out. If you just want to relax on the beach, read a book, eat great food and enjoy a wonderful spa, then go. They have a pretty good gym and I loved the yoga pavillion, although the classes were a bit challenging.

Mosquitos - This was the one major downfall of this place. People mentioned it in their reviews, but I don't think I truly appreciated how much of a nuisance they would be. They provide you with repellent but it is the very heavy kind. If you would rather something light, like Avon's skin so soft you might want to bring it with you.

Overall - go with someone you love or someone you love spending time with. If you need lots of action, gambling, nightlife, booze, shopping, opulence etc., then maybe you want to look elsewhere. If you are lucky you might even have a celebrity sighting or two, we did. I am already thinking of planning my next trip.

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Property: COMO Parrot Cay, Turks and Caicos
Address: 164 Leeward Marina, Providenciales | British West Indies, Parrot Cay
Location: Caribbean > Turks and Caicos > Parrot Cay
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Kitchenette Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Airport Transportation
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Parrot Cay
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$$$
Hotel Class:5 star — COMO Parrot Cay, Turks and Caicos 5*
Number of rooms: 75
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Parrot Cay by COMO in the Turks and Caicos is the northern Caribbean’s preeminent private island. It combines nature—1000 unspoilt acres, a mile-long powdered beach—with relaxed luxury and the multi-award-winning COMO Shambhala Retreat, which offers a range of holistic, Asian-inspired therapies as well as yoga and Pilates with world-class tuition. Accommodation, comprising whitewash interiors with chic teak finishing, includes beachside houses and villas. The island also features private residences, offering absolute privacy away from the main resort. The island’s two restaurants serve gourmet and easy dining as well as healthy COMO Shambhala Cuisine. Watersports, diving and island adventures complete the Parrot Cay experience. ... more   less 
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