by Diana Lambdin Meyer
In addition to 100 standard guestrooms, this resort on the Caribbean side of Tobago has more than 35 suites to choose from. Just five minutes from the airport, the Coco Reef is located on one of the nicer beaches in the country and offers plenty of water sports onsite, as well as two tennis courts. All-inclusive rates are an option, as is in-room baby-sitting.
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- All-inclusive rates
- Location on the Caribbean Sea
- Walking distance to shops/restaurants
- All Inclusive Rates
- Water Sports
by peter w
Well when we booked this 3 week getaway didnt know exactly what we were letting ourselves in for, but from day one we knew we had chosen a great place, staff are very welcoming and cant do enough for you, the food is excellent,Eric the manager will do everything in his power to make sure that you have a holiday not to forget, most of the people we met have been returning year on year and due to our experience we will be doing the same. The sea in its own little cove is fantastic with tropical fish that actually swim up to you really warm as well not to deep and very calm due to the wave breakers. Got a taxi trip around the island with Lester local guy who has the answer to every question and will stop if he sees something of interest which is around every corner. Lovely island with rain forests and mountainess terain.Was the rainy season but didnt spoil anything nice to walk about in the rain to keep cool.If you are thinking of visiting you wont be disappointed P
I stayed at Coco Reef Resort & Spa on my last day in Tobago because it was recommended by my Tour Guide Barry. Upon arrival at the front desk, I was greeted by the lovely Jennings Jones and the Director & GM who was very witty and had a great sense of humor. Having been given a tour of my room with a pool view, I wasted no time in exploring the grounds of the hotel. I particularly liked the way the shops were arranged, I reminded me of Covent Garden in London. Not forgetting the beautiful beach and the private swimming area off the lobby. The list goes on and on. You'll just have to go and experience it for yourself. P. S The Cocktail is called the Bob Marley, which was made by the lovely Patrice in the Champaign Bar.