Coco Reef Resort - Reader Reports & Opinion
Second Visit To Coco Reef Feb 2008 15 Mar 2008
Ian Gordon from Kent, England
Having just returned from a second visit to Coco Reef, I would just like to give some general feed-back for those considering this resort. We had a superb holiday and would return for a third visit without hesitation. Food, accomadation and staff were excellent. The resort was fairly busy, but there were plenty of staff to cope and so no long waiting for service etc. We enjoyed the restaurant meals, especially as the courses were served hot which is so important to me (unless I've ordered ice-cream of course!). Lunches were also very good. We ate out a couple of times at restaurants within easy walking distance of the hotel. Dillons and Latitude 11 are both recommended if you enjoy the occasional change of scenery. Typical prices of a meal for two with wine was 50-60 pounds sterling. Obviously this depends on your choices but is a rough guide if you're considering eating out. Also Latitude 11 is cash-only as they have no credit-card facility. We didn't do too may trips this time around and so other reviews are much more informative for trips out etc. However, it is so good to go out and about into local souvenir shops etc and have a pleasant chat instead of being pestered into purchasing something like so many other places in the world. The people are really friendly and laid-back. So, after a second visit, I can still recommend Coco Reef as an excellent choice of resort.
Well I managed to convince my hubby that we need to go back!!
We are off to CCR for 2 weeks in October, and coming with us (5) are my mum and dad, their friends, my sister in law and brother in law, my mother in law and father in law so it really will be a fantastic holiday as not only I am going to be in Tobago staying at the CCR , all my wondeful family will be with me too. I am soooo lucky.
Coco Coco Reef Manager
Does anyone have the email address for the CCR Manager. Last year he gave me his card but I've lost it and I want to send him an email.
If you can, please send it to my email address, Peter_Somers@hotmail.com.
Hi, I am new to this forum and I'm travelling to Tobago for the first time in just over a week's time... obviously I am as excited as a kid at Christmas!!!
I haven't travelled outside of the EU before so I am not too sure what power supply to expect at the Coco Reef hotel. I have read the pages on this brilliant website and others on the subject of Tobago but I have yet to be enlightened on the specific power supply. I have read both 110v and 220v may be available in different hotels on the Island.
Can anyone who has been to the Coco Reef help me with this? Also is it wise to invest in an adaptor that protects against electrical surges?
I have emailed the hotel direct, but have had no response as of yet.
Many thanks in advance to anyone that replies?
PS - Well done Steve on an excellent website... I have spent many an hour daydreamin on it in anticipation of my holiday!!!
Evening Entertainment At Coco Reef
When we last stayed at Coco Reef we thought there could be some improvement in the evening entertainment. It seems from reports that this has changed in the last two year.
Could anyone give us an update in the format now.
We are so looking forward to returning in September as Tobago and the Coco Reef are at the top of our list of Holidays, soo looking forward to the Lobster and Soufle, and getting away from this UK cold rain.
John & Chris