Located on the southwest coast of Tobago and nestled in beautiful well-tended gardens, Coco Reef has a luxurious feel and ambiance to it, attracting a large number of repeat guests who come for the fantastic service and the little touches.
With great transport links to the airport and Scarborough, you can even take a Rolls Royce taxi around the island or take in one of the tours to nearby attractions such as the stunning Argyle waterfall, forests or the historic capital. There is express check-in, turndown service and champagne cocktails at the intimate Bobster’s Bar.
There is a great sailing tour to the beautiful Buccoo Reef for snorkelling, barbeque and a couple of rum punches. Other activities on offer include tennis, horse riding and golf, relaxing in the spa or by the pool. An afternoon tea is served in the gallery lounge and offers diners a view overlooking the sea. The private beach is one of the best on the island and features a specially built lagoon to create a calm and serene swimming area for kids.
The restaurants offer up some superb cuisine with buffet and a la carte options. Cultural Festivals a re frequent on the island and are a great way to mingle with the locals and discover and fascinating traditions. And if all that wasn’t enough, Coco Reef was voted ‘Tobago’s Leading Resort’ in 2008.
Elegance and style is what the guest accommodation at Coco Reef is all about. Saltillo tiling, expansive patios and balconies, hand-made wicker furniture and wall stencilling. There are 135 rooms, suites and villas, and 114 have ocean views. All the rooms have international and direct dial telephones, air conditioning, alarm clock, satellite TV, mini-bar and hair dryer.
Superior Garden View – with balcony/terrace and sleeping up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children (2-11 years).
Deluxe Garden View – sleep up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.
Deluxe Ocean View – one bedroom suites offering extra room and comfort, sleeping 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.
The cuisine in Tobago is a fascinating and delicious marriage of fresh local ingredients and variety. Coco Reef offers guests a choice of two restaurants and two bars.
Tamaras - With international cuisine and local ingredients, Tamaras is a stunning venue with an elegant and casual atmosphere with views over the Caribbean. There are tropical buffet breakfasts and dinners served every day. Seating for 160.
Bacchanals - A more casual Oceanside restaurant and attached bar with decking. Lunches and snacks are served all day and Caribbean style dishes under a starry sky at night. Theme buffets are on offer weekly. Seating for 150.
Bobsters - Situated between Tamaras and the lobby, this is an intimate champagne bar and perfect for pre-dinner cocktails. The architecture and decoration sings of the Caribbean, with murals of the most famous entertainers in this part of the world.
The Gallery - Overlooking the beach and front terrace, exotic bamboo palms and waterfalls make the Gallery Bar ideal for a tropical cocktail and afternoon tea.
Café Coco Restaurant and Bar - Not part of the resort, it is a great alternative diving experience during your stay here. A short distance away, you can take a stroll there or a taxi can be arranged. You can enjoy an authentic Caribbean meal in a casual and stylish setting.