Coco Reef Resort - Reader Reports & Opinion
Care With Bills/all Inclusive
Weve just returned from Coco Reef = a lovely experience, and a truly beautiful island. It seems nit picking a bit but just a warning to new visitors on all inclusive. The only times that our holiday was marred were at important times - a few minutes on arriving and a few minutes before departure. After dumping our cases after such a long journey we found the nearest bar - idyllic - the Bachanal - only to have our order queried as our name was not on the list -as I say a special time spoiled but soon rectified. However, after a lovely holiday, we all showered and settled the bill and I left the family suggesting that I would get the final few cocktails to sit in the terrace to say goodbye to our special place. As the family waited for my return I ordered the cocktails as I had done every day only to be told I could not have them.
I found this quite embarrassing, the cocktails were already poured, the bar was busy and the bar manager was asking for a credit card. After running back to the patio, I then dashed around looking for my husband who had gone to get the cases from the store room,and found some cash. By this time I was very red and hot and the taxi was due - leaving our final minutes not as I had hoped but with what I thought was a rather petty gesture. Apparrently once you have checked out you are not entitled to the all inclusive package. I had assumed it covered us until we left the site. A disappointing end to a lovely holiday - so dont let it put anybody off - but just be aware.
Is Coco Reef Suitable For Physically Challenged People?
Hello, after reading all the info on this resort, it sounds awesome. I would like to take my Mother for a trip as it's her 70th bday. However, she has very bad knees and a bad hip, so a sprawling resort would not suffice. Could anyone tell me if this resort would be suitable? eg: are the rooms close to the dining area/beach?
Hotel Comparison Coco Reef V Blue Waters Antigua
We have booked to stay at Coco Reef in October, we picked this hotel because it appeared to be a similar standard to that of Blue Waters in Antigua. We were married there last year and it was really fabulous. Just wondered if anyone else had stayed at both hotels and could give us a comparison.
Came across this website a few weeks ago when looking for reviews on the Coco Reef and Tobago and after reading the excellent reports booked up for two weeks with my wife and daughter.
This is our fist trip to the Carribean and the holiday is now looming (we fly out next Thursday) and my wife is starting to panick wondering what the dress code at the Coco Reef is like in the evening.
Any advice to help calm her would be appreciated, in other words is it very formal, or do people dress casualy, or is it very mixed.
Once again any advice would be appreciated.
My husband and I have decided on Tobago for our hols next April and are very keen on booking 2 weeks AI at Coco Reef.
I am vegetarian (although my husband is keen on nearly any meat there is on offer!) and was hoping anyone who has been to the hotel could tell me whether there is a selection of vegetarian dishes on offer.
Any advice for a vegetarian eating outside of the hotel would also be appreciated.