Coco Reef Resort
Coco Reef is a large and well run hotel with excellent facilities, a golden sand beach and artificial reef, conveniently located 5 minutes from the airport and close to Pigeon Point Heritage Park.
The property has 135 rooms ranging from standard double rooms to family sized suites. The interior décor is slightly dated but all rooms have comfortable beds and private bathrooms (showers only) with modern facilities. Room amenities include air-conditioning, ceiling fans, LCD TV, room safe, mini-bar and fruit basket. Many of the rooms also have a small garden and sea-facing views.
The restaurant serves tasty buffet breakfasts and a la carte meals for lunch and dinner: there is a smart dress code for evening dining. There is also a beach bar and BBQ available and several other good restaurants within walking distance.
Other hotel facilities include a swimming pool, gym, spa and a selection of shops selling snacks, drinks, beach equipment, souvenirs, jewellery and local crafts.
High speed Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel but is charged for (about £10 per 24 hrs). There is also a guest room with two computers available for use free of charge.
Excursions are available to good snorkelling and dive sites, the bird-rich Main Ridge Forest Reserve and turtle nesting beaches. Water sports including paddle boarding and island tours can also be arranged.
The hotel has a private stretch of beach with plenty of sun loungers and shady palm trees, and an artificial reef has been created to provide safe swimming and snorkelling.
Restaurant, beach bar, bar and lounge, computer room, swimming pool, sun loungers, gift and craft shops, room service, currency exchange, safety deposit box, BBQ, conference room, Wi-Fi (charges apply) air-conditioning, mini-bar, TV, direct dial telephones and ceiling fans.
The coral reef just offshore from the beach has a small diversity of reef fish which attracts brown pelicans, cayenne and roseate terns and laughing gulls close to shore. Excursions to various good snorkelling and diving sites can be arranged.
Safe swimming from the beach, snorkelling and diving excursions, water sports including paddle boarding at Pigeon Point Heritage Park. Longer excursions to the Main Ridge Forest Reserve (Tobago’s largest area of rainforest), local towns and turtle nesting beaches are also possible.
Leatherback turtles come ashore to nest on Tobago’s beaches from mid-March to June, with peak numbers in April and May.
If you have any questions regarding our Trinidad and Tobago tours, please feel free to contact me on +44 (0)1803 866965
Very good for a one-night stop. Staff were extremely helpful, and breakfast very good.