Coco Reef Resort Spa
Wonderful beachfront haven
If there is one place in the entire world that I would long to return to it is to Coco Reef.
Perched on its own perfect stretch of beach, surrounded by its own man made lagoon filled with pond like warm crystal clear water, it truly is heaven on earth.
Utterly luxurious it is not, but discretely upmarket and relaxed with staff that work on instinct it is. Just picture yourself wallowing in the still lagoon waters, chatting away to someone you didn't know this morning, while the ever dutiful Angela delivers your favourite cocktail before you've even asked......... Imagine your lounge chair under the shade of a leaning coconut tree with the mouth watering odour of the lunch time barbecue teasing your nostrils as you snooze with that book slipping from your lazy fingers.
You reach the hotel through a long and elegant driveway which meanders its way through immaculately tended gardens. Walking through the beautiful lobby I was struck by the colourful paintings rising through the open atrium and the manner in which the lobby extended directly to the open balustraded verandah with its sweeping stairway to the beach. At high tide the pondlike sea laps the lower steps of that same staircase.
A few steps up and you are in the main restaurant which is also open to the beautiful Caribbean, with one area entirely sheltered from the weather. This is where we ate our sumptuous breakfast each morning and a delicious dinner each evening. On days when it rained we also had lunch here. Other than that we indulged in the wonderful beach barbecue and buffet.
After dinner each night we had the choice of having an evening drink on the verandah to the sound of steel drums or else we would retire to the tiny Baccahanals bar beside the restaurant. This turned out to be our favourite because it was so small that it was like a large sitting room at home and we could chat with our fellow guests. As the holiday went on friendships developed and our nightly post dinner drink turned into a regular singsong.
On rainy days we often found ourselves on the upper verandah where we would sip a cooling cocktail and nibble tasty sandwiches.
We booked the all inclusive package which proved to be incredible value for money.
Unique Quality: Everything about this hotel is special, but it's prevailing quality, in my opinion, is that it's the sort of place where the other guests become like part of your family very quickly. Naturally you can chose to be alone if you wish, and there are manys secluded corners, but it also lends itself to a wonderful cameraderie. I have not come across anyplace like it in all my years of travelling.
It is absolutely no surprise that Coco Reef has become a preferred retreat and haven for the rich and famous - pop stars, heads or State, and British Royalty.....but without the prices to match.
Directions: Five minutes from the airport but without the noise.
Would definately recommend this hotel, the service was superb, the location excellent.
Unique Quality: There is a man made breakwater, not glamourous, but excellent for snorkelling as marine life which lives on it is quite varied. Also means that swimming in the protected bay is good.
Directions: Near the airport
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Coco Reef Resort Spa
We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:
- Coco Reef Resort Tobago
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Address: Coconut Bay, P.O. Box 434, Scarborough, Tobago, Caribbean
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Amenities at Coco Reef Resort Spa
- Swimming Pool
- Room Service
- Fitness Center
- Free Parking
- Business Services
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