Coco Reef Resort, Trinidad and Tobago

Beach resort built in unique Tobagonian architectural iconography

  • Coco Reef Resort, Trinidad and Tobago

WHY WE LIKE IT

Attractive for the digital detox holidays because there is no wi-fi in the rooms or main areas. Instead of that you will even more enjoy the main selling point of the resort: the reef. In combination with the private beach, no annoying sellers, and there’s always a vacant beach chair, this is an amazing place to have your holiday.    

HOTEL DESCRIPTION

The Coco Reef is set at the end of a palm lined driveway in beautifully manicured tropical gardens, overlooking the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean Sea. The hotel offers luxurious accommodation in 135 rooms, memorable cuisine and outstanding service all enhanced with a feeling of true Tobagonian hospitality. Designed by the Bermudian architectural firm Cooper & Gardner, their goal was to produce a dramatic statement that was clearly reflective of Trinidad & Tobago's unique architectural iconography. And you can say they succeed…               

ACTIVITIES

Complimentary sailboats, windsurfers, kayaks and pedaloes are available at the private beach. Arrangements for waterskiing, scuba diving, deep sea fishing and horseback riding can be made through the Social Director. Boat cruises and other sightseeing excursions, including trips to the rainforest, are also available.    

USEFUL INFORMATION

The resort is very close to the airport, so no long travel times. However, you don't suffer from the noise. All inclusive arrangements available.  

 
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