Coral Sea Villas - Reader Reports & Opinion
Salisha Ramoutar from Trinidad visited in January 2010 and awarded
We stayed in villa 106 which is a wonderful place my family enjoyed the private pool the house was put away very nice the housekeeper was pleasent i would recommend this villa to any one looking for someway to stay in tobago. we loved the whole house, only the road just needs a little repairing .
Natalie from U.S.A. visited in January 2010 and awarded
The website does not do Villas of Tobago any justice. The home comfortably slept our group of six adults, with a little bit for everyone. For me, the ambiance was great- very pretty. The house is very well designed, with high ceilings in the bedrooms, comfortable furniture and walls thick enough to allow privacy. For my parents, the kitchen provided any supplies one might need to entertain a big group, with a large grill on the patio to BBQ. There was a nice stereo and all bedrooms were well air conditioned. The bathrooms were very spacious and very very clean. There are two main sitting areas; living room and a loft between two bedrooms on the second floor. The pool was completely private, with plenty of tables to entertain and a nice patio with ceiling fans. There is a second patio on the second floor, with it's own set of tables. Each bedroom on the second floor has a private patio that is toward the front of the house. There was someone to clean the house and the pool every morning, but we barely noticed our brief visitors. The house is located within walking distance of the main road and most drivers are familiar with the address- no need for a rental car. Although it is not located near the mountain beaches (pirates bay, englishmans, etc), it is walking distance (20 minutes) from Pigeon Point and several restaurants. There is security nearby and it felt safe. We had a wonderful holiday and I would book with them again.
Rosanna from U.S.A. visited in December 2009 and awarded
We rented the blue house in Coral Sea Villas, which was spacious, clean and lovely. No bugs, although the mosquitoes came out at dusk but seemed to disappear later. We sat under the fans under the overhang on the patio and were quite comfortable after dark.
Note that this is not a good house for toddlers. The steep stairs had no bannisters and were completely open on one side. Also, with small kids, ask for a house with French door grills which you can close off without closing up the house to keep small kids out of the pool when unsupervised.
The staff were nice and the island is gorgeous. One problem was that the smells from the water treatment plant were unpleasant at times. The blue house is the second house down from the plant area. I would try to rent further away.
You must have or rent a car to stay here.
Nicole Sinclair from Trinidad visited in August 2009 and awarded
1.Kitchen is infested with black wild ants,coming from the outlets on the wall and the stove burners. we had to keep wiping and cleaning all the time.
2. The refridgerator was not working 100%. Food was spoilt because of this. Ice cream melted. nothing stayed. Had to buy ice.
3. The cushions on the furniture serioulsy needs washing..
4. The remote for the tv has matchsticks holding it together and the size of the television appaling..
I think if the property is up for sale and they are not maintaining it then it should not be rented for $1700.00 per night.. Some level of class is expected for that.
Reshma Baksh from Trinidad visited in May 2008 and awarded
I am pleased to report that my stay at Villa 112 was fantastic. The housekeeper Annete was very pleasant, helpful and frendly. The house was really very clean and well kept, this is something I'm always very particular about. Proper fencing of the grounds together with the alarm system made our nights more restful with the spate of crime affecting our Islands. I am looking forward to revisiting Tobago soon and plan to stay at Coral Sea villas once again.