Coco Reef Resort - Reader Reports & Opinion

Room Facilities/service   

Angela S

Hi - sorry for digressing but know you will understand when I say, fingers crossed, two weeks today we should be Tobago bound - wonderful.

Just a few last minute questions.

Do the rooms at the Coco Reef have tea/coffee making faciliteis? haven't seen it mentioned anywhere.

We're not anti-social but if on the odd occasion we wanted breakfast or even dinner on our balcony (we're staying AI) do you just pay a room service delivery charge or for the whole meal?

Thanks Angela

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Gift Shop At Coco Reef   

Corrin Buxton

As part of our all-inclusive deal at coco reef we have been given $350 to spend in the gift shop. Does anyone know anything about the standard of the shop - Will we struggle to spend so much money?

Thanks, Corrin

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Holiday At Coco Reef   

Paul T



We've just come back from 12 Day in Tobago at Coco Reef (June '03), thanks in part to your Website! We had a great time, the island is wonderful, the people friendly and the hotel superb! We didn't go AL as we wanted to try some of the 'locals', and I'm glad we did!

The hotel is very good, but 150-300TT$ for a meal at the Tamara Resturant was is not always necessary. The Bistro resturant Bacchanals was very good, but the menu was always the same. Many of the local resturants, with food from 65-250TT$ for (250 for Lobster!), were excellent including Bonkers (Tocan Inn), Café Coco (connected to Coco Reef) and Pelican Reef!

The gardens are beautiful and 2 wedding parties did photo shoot while we were there.

For Island tour we can recommend Peter Cox, we went with Peter and Robert, who's knowledge of birds is amazing. Peter is an interesting character, and really knows his stuff.

For anyone who's interested I've some pictures at

Tobago was well worth the trip!

Coco Reef Versus Tobago Hilton....thoughts Please   


I have visted both Coco Reef and the Tobago Hilton a few times , last visit being in June this year, but I have not stayed at either. I am planning a surprise weekend "getaway" to Tobago for my fiance's birthday(and our anniversary as a couple) and I have narrowed it down to these two hotels.

I am leaning towards Coco Reef (even though Hilton's rates are slightly cheaper) but I would like to get some feedback from anyone who has been to both and comparisons of pros and cons. I prefer the Hilton's rooms and pool but it is a bit out of the way and I really want to have dinner at Cafe Coco. Also, I am not too sure how I feel about Coco Reef's "man made" beach, however I really love everything else about the hotel and with both rates breakfast is included.

What I am looking for is that romantic ambience,that extra sepcial touch that would be perfect for celebrating a birthday /anniversary as well. Any comments will be well appreciated!

p.s. does anyone have the spa rate for massages at Coco Reef ? If you do you can PM me the information, thanks!

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Has Anyone Booked ,with The Coco Reef Directly   

Scott Carrie


interested in booking our holiday directly with the hotel and booking flights rather than booking via a travel agent. I was wondering if others have done this with the coco reef and if so how did it work our (price wise) compaired to the travel agent prices.

I sent coco reef an email a few days ago, have not heard back from them yet, i guess they are enjoying the sun at the moment :-)

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