Coco Reef Resort - Reader Reports & Opinion
Coco Reef Resort, Accesible For Non-residents?
Post Recreated: Originally posted - 09 March
Hello again, Have read the fantastic review on CRR ( thanks Steve Wooler & co-writer) but was not able to catch if the beach and restaurant fascilites were accessable by non-residents of the hotel. We are going to rent a villa, but would also like to make use of services that are available. Does anyone have any information about thia matter?
(Oslo / Norway)
Rooms At Coco Reef
Post Recreated: Originally posted - 20 February
Hi, we're trying to decide on accomodations for our wedding and honeymoon. Coco Reef looks and sounds very nice, but the one room picture I've seen on their website is not very attractive (bedspreads, colours). Is that how all of the rooms are decorated, or are there some more stylish ones? I know it's not the most important thing, but we'd really like to have a romantic atmosphere for such an occasion.
Post Recreated: Originally posted - 17 February
The hotle staff were great, although i would avoid room 131 as the air con is terrible, and you get all the noise from the entertainment at night. As this was my first trip to the Carribean, i would only recommend it if you want to do nothing but sunbathe, and the occaisional excursion. We had 9 nights there, and it was more than enough. I have always travelled to the Far East, and after this trip, I will continue to do that. There was nothing wrong with the hotel, it is just very boring.
"meal Plan" Vs. B&b At Coco Reef
Post Recreated: Originally posted - 12 February
we're planning to stay at coco reef in march. the question is meal plan or b&b only? we don't intend to spend _all_ our time in the hotel and will go out for meals and drinks elsewhere (at the restaurants you've all recommended!) the difference in price between "all inclusive" (i.e. full meal plan) and b&b is about 430 UK pounds each. will we really eat and drink 430 pounds worth each in 6 days? do you think it would be more prudent to simply pay for what we actually have? thanks again for any comments/suggestions!
Veggie At Coco Reef
Post Recreated: Originally posted - 11 February
those of you who have been to coco reef resort: is there anything (decent) for vegetarians (no meat/fish) to eat? i can't believe that i'll be the first veggie to visit. i'd just like to know whether i've got a week of eating fruit/salad to look forward to! any comments/suggestions gratefully received. paul.