Coco Reef Resort - Reader Reports & Opinion

Net Access   


Hello :D

What's the best way to access the net from Coco Reef? I won't be taking my lap top, but hope to check in with work and home regularly via email.



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Leaving Luggage At Coco Reef   


Dear all

I am off to Coco reef on honeymoon in 27 days (not counting honest!!) and am just finalising a few things and am hoping someone can help.

We are staying at Coco reef for a few nights and then heading off for a weeks trekking around Venezuela for a week before coming back to coco reef for 11 nights. We do not want to have to take all our luggage and belongings with us and so were hoping to leave a suitcase at the hotel and also (perhaps) leave some valuables there (eg travelellers chqs locked up in a safe)

Does anyone know if this is possible or should I contact the hotel in advance.

Secondly I was wondering about taking travellers chqs etc, I have been lead to believe the bank is only "down the road" as such, could we just take bank cards and draw cash from cash machines ??

Any suggestions/help would be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks


PS - Fantastic site Steve !

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Stoopid, Vain Question   


Do the rooms at Coco Reef have hairdryers in them?



PS We're staying in a deluxe room if that makes a difference.

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Ok, So Which Is The Most Accessible Hotel And Environs??   

Brian Pile

Dear Steve

What a great website. 2 friends stayed full board at the Rex Turtle Beach in January this year and thoroughly enjoyed it. Since then I have been exploring the island via the web, and realise 1. they might have been lucky 2. there is far more choice available.

I hope you don't mind my contacting your message board for advice, but I have a special enquiry. In 1998, aged 40, I was diagnosed with MS, and now use crutches and wheelchair to get around. Despite that, my wife and I have 2 or 3 foreign (mainly European) holidays per year, and I've always fancied a Carribean trip.

Tobago sounds amazing. My only concern is finding suitable accommodation and accessible beaches/sea access (we could hire taxis to visit other places on the island, like the rain forest?). We were thinking of a January 2005 holiday, for a week. Having had a quick look at your site, the hotels which initially appeal are the Blue Haven, the Coco Reef, and the Kariwak village (sounds great, but too near the airport, too far from the sea? And I read your comment about Pigeon Point- sounds bad).

I used to be a keen snorkeller. What better place to try again than on Tobago!

If any of you were able to offer any advice, that would be great, but It is a peculiar enquiry I know. I would, of course, write up the "disabled traveller" experience for the website afterwards.



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Honeymoon 2005   

Michelle Kidner

Finally, after 12 years of being together, my partner and I are getting married next year and looking to honeymoon at Coco Reef. The reviews look great - thanks to Steve for a fabulous website which will give my partner some heavy reading this evening! We are looking for peace, calm and tranquility and a stunning beach. Which have holidayed in Maldives, Mexico and Dominican thus far and the only thing that concerns me are the comments about the beach etc.... We love snorkelling, fine sands and crystal clear waters - I just want to be assured that the beach at Coco will live up to our expectations! By the way, with comments regarding rooms etc - I quite like the look of the rooms - the decor is quite coloquial and charming I think. Is there a great difference in size between one bed suites and straight forward rooms???

By the way, I will be taking my small son with us!! Political topic! I think most parents who are considering such a holiday as the Coco Reef are sympathetic - I know we are - after being childless for most of our twenties, we are now (hopefully) mature parents in our mid-thirties and lend respect to those who are on holiday, whoever they are. Hopefully they give the same respect in return. :D

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