Coco Reef Resort - Reader Reports & Opinion

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P J Brooke from U.K. visited in June 2008 and awarded  Three out of Five

We stayed for two weeks at Coco Reef in June 2008 and really enjoyed our holiday. Tobago is a beautiful island and well worth exploring, jeep hire is a must to really explore and prices reasonable.

The Coco Reef Hotel is probably the best on the island and has an impressive list of Royal and celebrity visitors on display, it is also conveniently located at Crowne Point.

There are however a number of imperfections at this hotel. The roofs leak badly in places, service is relaxed (slow) at best and sometimes non-existant, we often had to go looking for a server on the gallery, nevertheless this became our favourite late afternoon retreat. If you stay on B&B as we did, the hotel only allows 300 credit for incidentals, this only lasted us a few days before we were asked to pay, this made us feel the hotel did not trust guests to pay at the end of their stay. There is some aircraft noise from the nearby airport but not really obtrusive, more noisy is Store Bay beach with its fleet of glass bottom boats working next door to the hotel, (beware if you dont like Bob Marley at high volume), we actually liked it. Hotel food varied from excellent to poor but prices of food and drink were reasonable. Hotel entertainment was generally good quality.

There are some good restaurants close to the hotel within walking distance, and even better within a short taxi ride (typically USD25 round trip to Buccoo).

If you fancy Tobago, go before it becomes more developed, dont fuss too much about "little tings", dont expect international 5 star, just relax and enjoy, and despite the imperfections, stay at Coco Reef.

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Jemma Luck from U.K. visited in May 2008 and awarded  Five out of Five

Hi there me and my hubby 2 be are staying at the coco reef resort for two weeks in may. We have saved up for over a year now for this once in a life time holiday. Could any one help us on places to go and see. Were into horse rdding and walking, has any walked in the rain forest would luv to know what that was like. And is it safe to hire a car and drive around sight seeing. I have heard it is safe there walking around at night, has any one had any problems. Would luv to hear about any good and bad experiences

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Clare Bannister from U.K. visited in May 2008 and awarded  Two out of Five

Accommodation overeall wan't bad - it was just the attitude of the staf who I found at tmes were rude, to the point that i actually complained to the manager. Food was disappointing, pool area basic and garden room (suite) overlooked a tiny bit of garden, no view whatsovere and was a haven for mosquitos. Also, on the day of our departure we had great difficulty in securing a room so that we could check out later in the day, despite having a baby. I would not recommend Tobago (Coco Reef) as a relaxing or enjoyable holiday destination.

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Sera Ramsingh from Trinidad visited in May 2008 and awarded  Five out of Five

Great place to stay for a vacation The staff was friendly and courtious the rooms were comfy and clean geeting around was easy if i ever go to Tobago again i will definatley stay at the Coco Reef Resort

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Beryl Bowers from U.K. visited in May 2008 and awarded  Five out of Five

My husband and I have visited Coco Reef every year since our first trip to Tobago in 2001. Having been to a number of other Caribbean islands we totally fell in love with Tobago and the great atmosphere of this hotel. The staff are amazing - always remembering us from previous years which immediately made us feel at home. Sadly my husband died early in 2007 but needing a break from everything I decided to return alone to Coco Reef in May 2008 and how glad am I that I did so. The staff made sure I was 'looked after' and although I did eat by myself some days I also made new aquaintances with whom to dine at all times of the day which in turn gave me new memories to reflect on. In 2009 I am returning yet again with my daughter and teenage grandchildren to enjoy the delights of Coco Reef yet again and they too are looking forward to snorkling and relaxing at this wonderful resort.

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