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Trade Winds Condohotel vs Parrot Cay and Como Shambhala

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Trade Winds Condohotel vs Parrot Cay and Como Shambhala



Trade Winds Condohotel
Parrot Cay and Como Shambhala

 

Trade Winds Condohotel

Parrot Cay and Como Shambhala

Address Grace Bay Road
Providenciales
Parrot Cay Island
Providenciales
Phone 649-946-5194 1 649 946 7788
Class 2 star 5 star
Price From $162.50 to $168.75 From $850.00 to $850.00
Floors 3 floors 2 floors
Rooms 18 rooms 58 rooms
Amenities Family Rooms
Swimming pool
Non-smoking rooms
Data port
Efficiencies
Resort
Pets accepted
Family Rooms
Room service
Fitness center
Swimming pool
Restaurant
Data port
Dry cleaning/laundry
Resort
Spa
On beach


  1. Trade Winds Condohotel
  2. Parrot Cay and Como Shambhala
Trade Winds Condohotel

The Trade Winds Condotel is a newly built, bijou resort and is the only hotel in the heart of Grace Bay, which caters to guests seeking absolute privacy and tranquility. Because Trade Winds is not a large resort guests can relax in the feel of their own home without the bustle of activities to be found at many of the large resorts. Trade Winds us located directly at the center of Grace Bay, just steps to one of the quietest sections of Grace Bay Beach and within easy walking distance to half a dozen or more restaurants, catering to all tastes and budgets. A new shopping plaza will open by Christmas 2003 only yards from the Trade Winds and within 2 years Trade Winds will be only a 10-15 minute walk to the new island village center currently under construction. Trade Winds was awarded Best New Caribbean Development in 2002 sponsored by Mercedes Benz. Each of our 18 luxury suites has been tastefully furnished and offers every appliance to be found in one's home.



Parrot Cay and Como Shambhala

Parrot Cay in the Turks and Caicos is the northern Caribbean's pre-eminent private island, wrapped in sweeps of sand and peaceful seas. It combines nature - 1000 unspoiled acres, including a mile-long powdered beach - with understated style and cosseting service.The hotel's allure of lean simplicity is the work of interior designer Keith Hobbs of London. He has taken the elements of traditional colonial decor, such as four poster beds, and adorned them with the lavish use of white fabrics. Parrot Cay has 3.2 miles of porcelain white sands and private beaches with unbelievably clear waters.The Garden View and Ocean Facing Rooms are hotel-style rooms on slightly raised ground (a 2-5 minute walk to the sand). Guest room amenities include: 4-poster beds with mosquito screens, a private veranda, bath and shower, a/c, ceiling fan, direct dial telephones, a radio/CD player, modem port, hair dryer, in-room safe, minibar and tea and coffee making facilities. Fax machines and televisions are available upon request.The resort includes a reception building (including registration, Terrace Bar, Terrace Restaurant, Boutique and Library), fully equipped air conditioned gym, two floodlit tennis courts, Lotus Poolside Bar, Lotus Bar and Lotus Restaurant (open for lunch and dinner) and the Shambhala Spa. Some guests find their own stretch of beach; others prefer to relax around the resort's main swimming pool - cobalt, melting into the bright horizon. Think of it in simple terms: a place to rediscover those forgotten rhythms of long days, easy nights, and the salve of peace.



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