Coco Reef Resort - Reader Reports & Opinion

Coco Reef And Tobago   

Pat & Steve Taylor

Post Recreated: Originally posted - 17 July

Visit July 2002 Rainy season but wonderfull time Hotel staff and entertainment a delight Kariwak restaurant is brilliant - service, the place, food,wine and prices. Tobago beautifull - go eveywhere, speak to the people and pay for the guides - dont be mean and they add to the enjoyment of it - for a few bucks which you can afford. And dont miss the calipso man at Fort Bennet- he'll sing one just for you.

Coco Reef

Post Recreated: Originally posted - 21 September

Hi, My husband and I are just back from Coco Reef (yesterday in fact) and the hotel was half empty. It was great. The beach was very quiet and the pool was practically empty too. There were no problems either in dining or in finding any sun loungers either at the pool or on the beach. The hotel staff were really great, very friendly people and would bend over backwards to help you with anything. We were treated like royalty from start to finish. We had a deluxe ocean view room and it was lovely - lots of space. The flight was a bit of a pain - we left Gatwick and landed first in Antigua and were not allowed off the plane - wasn't too bad on the way out but coming back it was a nightmare. Left Tobago on time and arrived in Antingua and sat on the plan for over two hours. No drinks were handed out to us plebs in the World Traveller section although it had been announced that they would be coming round with some - but in Club World they had at least three drinks or more to our none!!!! Next time I fly with BA I am definitely upgrading on the return journey. The flight was overbooked from Antigua on the way home so it was like sardines - couldn't move and I ended up with a very sore back. The food was OK and the crew were very good too. Apparently this is a really quiet time for Coco Reef so I would be surprised if it was crowded by the time you go. Hope you enjoy yourself as much as we did. Lorna P S Will you say hello go Andrew the security manager from me (Lorna from Scotland - he should know who I am!!)

Beach At Coco Reef   

Dan P

Post Recreated: Originally posted - 29 September

hi steve. did you see last weeks article in the sunday times about tobago? it seems to support everything you said and they agree that the coco reef is the best hotel on the island, but say its slightly ersatz and the beach is artificial. your review never said anything obout the artifical beach. any comment?

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Coco Reef   

Nicola Coppin

Post Recreated: Originally posted - 01 October

Hi, We have just returned from two weeks in the Coco Reef resort and had a fantastic time. The resort was superb in most areas although I would say that the pool area could do with some renovation. The food and service was outstanding and we are now trying to shift the half a stone in weight that we have both put on! I would recommend it to any couples or families although there is very little for children to amuse themselves with. I read this website right up until we left and found it very informative and accurate. Thanks Steve,



Rooms @ Coco Reef   

Steve R

Post Recreated: Originally posted - 01 October

Anyone have any comments about the standard of en-suite facilites in Coco Reef? Am thinking about booking up, but had an issue in the past when staying in the Caribbean where the room was nice but the ensuite was "tired" to say the least. Also, is there any sort of mobile telephone network on the island? Cheers,


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