Coco Reef Resort - Reader Reports & Opinion

Coco Reef - Interconnecting Rooms   

Ann Kerr

I have booked 2 x interconnecting delux ocean view rooms at the coco reef for March this year. However, on reading this site I am alittle concerned that the interconnecting rooms do not have good seaviews. Is this the case or can anyone advise certain interconnecting rooms which do have good seaviews?

Also, as 1st timers to Tobago, any advise as to good restaurants outside the hotel?

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A Few Questions!!   

Ian Newell

Hiya peeps, Lyn and I are booked in for the 5th March and was very excited.

However reading some of the posters on here, that's a bit flat now!

A few questions please.

What's the snorkelling like around the hotel, any good?

Also, I'm thinking of bringing a rod over and doing a bit of spinning, anybody done this with any results.

Reading some of the comments on here, it seems as we are going to a hotel which is a mixture of Stalag 12 and Fawlty Towers. :wink:

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More Boring Questions I'm Afraid!!   

Ian Newell

Getting a little excited now, with only five weeks to go.

Lyn wants to know does the CCR supply beach towels? If so, what is the score.

Also, we're virtually tee totallers but have decide to go AI. What's the supply of the soft drinks like? Particularly on the beach?

Whilst we usually do go AI (Barbados, Maldives, Seychelles and this one), we don't get strung up about it, and often get out and try other resturants etc, so any Chinese resturants near CCR?

Appreciate your replies so far, so here's hoping for my helpful hints.


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Whats Walkable From The Coco Reef   

Jo And Phil E

Hi All,

I was wondering if anyone could tell me whether there are any shops / restaurants within walking distance from the Coco Reef. Although we're going All Inclusive I do like to be able to walk around and it looks like there isn't far to go on the beach.

We're off in a couple of weeks (really looking forward to it) so any thoughts welcomed.


Jo and Phil

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Coco Reef Evenings   

Alison Meyers

Ok so a question for the ladies who have been to coco reef, I am off to coco reef in March, I canít wait to get there, but after reading all the the reviews the elegantly casual dress code is getting me a bit confused, I understand it to mean no shorts for the ladies, so Iím presuming skirts that are above the knee are fine ? ( I donít mean mini skirts, havenít the legs anymore unfortunately) . Also the no t-shirts for men thing, does this apply to womens smarter vest tops ( made of t-shirt material) of which I have many ,which on previous hols to the Caribbean I have worn as smart in the evening. Also it mentions no flip flops, I have a pair of leather braided toe thongs, as all the shops seem to like calling them now, which in effect are flip flops but dressier. Would I be ok with these?? I presume flat mule type shoes are fine too?? Any advice would be gladly received. (Sorry to all the men who will be tutting and groaning now about women and clothes etc etc, youíll never understand so donít even try, just accept that a woman likes to know she has the right thing to wear on her holiday!)



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