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A gem of a hotel in Tobago. Walking distance from airport, beautiful grounds, comfortable rooms and lovely terraces with perfect view of Tobago waters. An older European crowd made this an enjoyable setting and place to wind down.
excellent location interms of the island of tobago which i love and the hotel with lovely sea lagoon for swimming bathing kayaking snorkelling coral.
Ambience of the island is caribbean cool - 'take your time' and hotel is friendly.
Coco Reef has a wonderful feel to it with its setting and British tones. You might almost think you were in a movie version of an Agatha Christie's, Murder in the Caribbean. The food was lovely - we had the breakfast every day and two...More
I was a little concerned about staying at Coco Reef having read some of the reviews on here, however as it turned out I needn’t have worried. Despite a couple of niggles, on the whole I found the resort to be top notch.
This is a lovely property with very good food. My husband and I have stayed here in past years and this year, while staying at another locale, travelled to have dinner at the hotel--lovely dinners. Unfortunately, we were turned away because my husband did not...More
Response from BlackEagle91 | Reviewed this property |
As I said on Trip Advisor the rooms are a bit tired and the shower / bath taps etc. do need a renovation or replacement. Maybe a rolling programme would be appropriate for this. I think the overall issue might be a... More
As I said on Trip Advisor the rooms are a bit tired and the shower / bath taps etc. do need a renovation or replacement. Maybe a rolling programme would be appropriate for this. I think the overall issue might be a significant drop in visitor numbers [from a local tour guide]. Beach great and loungers OK when we went. The Magdelana [on the rougher sea side of Tobago] has other issues I understand and it is a little remote.
If Tobago is your island of choice by all means go and enjoy it in the CoCo Reef.