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Uncompromising service and fabulous cuisine make Coco Reef among Bermuda's best beach resorts. After a $10 million renovation, Coco Reef may be Bermuda's most talked about hotel. Perfectly situated on its own private beach, all rooms have terraces with breathtaking views.

Spend relaxing days on Coco Reef's temperature-controlled pool and white-sand beach, where you can see stunning views of the ocean. The resort also features family-friendly activities such as snorkeling, tennis, and biking.

Café Coco offers casual breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as one of the best ocean views in Bermuda. For a more elegant experience, try Tamara's Terrace, the newly renovated Mediterranean-style terrace over-looking the pool with spectacular views of the famous South Shore. Sample international cuisine with a Bermudian infusion, along with traditional fare.

Elements of Bermuda's history are found throughout the resort. Exotic statues and fountains, antique furniture as well as a number of specially chosen period paintings reflect the days of Spanish colonial rule. Experience the history at Coco Reef.
Located on one of Bermuda's most spectacular beaches

Local Phone: 414-236-5416
Fax: 441-236-9766
Boutique Shops
Business Services
Laundry / Dry Cleaning Service
Number of Pools: 1

Temperature-controlled swimming pool
Number of Courts: 2
Court Fee: Contact hotel
Raquet Rental Fees: Contact hotel
Pro Onsite
Water Sports on Site
Snorkeling: Additional Charge
Elements of Bermuda's history are found throughout the property. Exotic statues and fountains, antique furniture as well as a number of specially chosen period paintings reflect the days of Spanish colonial rule.
Total Rooms: 60
Year Opened: 0 Credit Cards: Visa, Master Card, American Express
Dress is elegantly casual throughout the year; however, it's prefered that guests wear Jackets after7:00 pm in the public areas of the hotel. All guest rooms are non-smoking, however guests may smoke on thier balcony or terrace.
Room opens to a patio with beachfront views. Complimentary WiFi.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Balcony or Terrace
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Room Safe
Room opens to a patio with ocean views. Complimentary WiFi. One king or two twin beds.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Balcony or Terrace
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Room Safe
There are 2 Restaurants at Coco Reef Bermuda:
Tamara's Terrace - Tamara's Terrace; serves lunch and light snack. Lunch (12Noon-2:30PM), Snack Menue avail from (2:30PM-4PM)
Juanito's - Juanito's; serving full to continental style breakfasts every morning as well as dinner nightly. Full Buffet Breakfast (8AM-10:AM), Continental Breakfast (10AM-10:30AM), Dinner seating times (7PM, 7:30PM, 8PM, 8:30PM & 9:PM)Reservations are required
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What to expect

TripAdvisor Traveller Reviews
Beautiful Place. A bit out dated.
Jennifer G, New York City, New York
Sun May 01 07:54:58 EDT 2016
We stayed at Coco Reef Resort the last week of April 2016. April is still off season. The season in Bermuda doesn't start until end of May and last through to October. The property is beautiful. The staff is very friendly. We had no problems at all. Our trip was smooth and easy. The rooms are a bit old. The entire place is right out of the 1980's. But the view is outstanding. If possible go with a beach front room. We stayed in room 113 and the view was amazing. The resort has a restaurant and bar. The food was very nice. We had dinner there once and lunch twice at the resort. We didn't do breakfast at all. The resort also has a nice pool area but for some reason the pool was not heated. Which we found odd. April is still quite cold and the ocean is frigid. I lasted maybe 15 minutes at a time in the ocean before My bits froze. But what amazing water! There is a beach bar a short walk up the beach with good food called Mickey's. Above Mickey's is a bar/restaurant called Sea Breeze. Which has a great menu and indoor and outdoor seating. And next to Sea Breeze is a restaurant called Lido which we did not eat at. So there are some options for eating and drinking. The Island is beautiful and well kept. We will return. More>

Beach view to enthrall and mesmerize
ktbeenthere2015, New York City, New York
Fri Apr 22 22:53:32 EDT 2016
I read that everyone has a beach view in this hotel, and I had a fantastic beach view. From my bed, I viewed a scene from a motivational poster with crashing waves and crystal blue waters. The beach is so lovely; the water is so pure.The sands stretch for about 20 minutes walk, so you can get some exercise first thing in the morning or later at night as you hear the tree frogs break into chorus. There is a pool but I did not use the entire time.The cost was higher than I normally pay for a hotel but I would say the location makes this worth it. The food is pretty mediocre - I would think that since the restaurant has you captive, the restaurant would get one or 2 dishes made well that they would promote; but, instead everything on the menu was unimaginative, unattractive and flavorless. To top that, the prices are high (to be fair all Caribbean countries are not inexpensive). However, there is a super market a 5 minute walk away so I did not suffer! Hint: take the road that runs through Bermuda college to get there. The main entrance to the hotel is on a hill but if you go via the college road, no incline. Also outside entrance are the buses. So easy. The hotel sells bus tickets -very convenient. The hotel arranged for a $20 shuttle transfer for me (I am a single) back to the airport and that saved me some money. Airport arrival was a $40 cab fare. The room is comfortable and - as others report - it is worn a bit (but not overly so). I was content. The bathroom was standard - I would recommend they install curved shower rods, which would be a nice easy upgrade. My wifi did not work at first, but after talking with reception and learning how to operate, all worked well for my stay. I would agree with others that the customer service is not consistent. Some staff were very helpful; others seemed tired of tourists or seemed to think we were all repeat customers so no need to go a step beyond "hello." No one was unpleasant, though, which was nice. I wanted to go snorkeling or scuba diving and I was told to go into their business center where there were brochures. I guess there is no commission so no enthusiasm over selling a tour- that can be good or bad depending on how much you want someone motivating you. Please note that to get to the beach, there are stairs and the hotel itself is on the cliff so there are stairs and inclines. They have a golf cart to transfer you if you need it. All in all a great spot to get away, not be around a lot of people, have great views, enjoy the beach. More>

Stuck in a time warp!
Exhotelier75, East Preston, United Kingdom
Thu Apr 21 06:09:23 EDT 2016
We came off a cruise and wanted to spend a couple of days exploring Bermuda and thought this hotel would be ideal as it was centrally situated. Yes it was and easy access to the major points of interest but.......... Firstly it was really very expensive over £400 for two nights room only and we expected a super modern hotel. Disappointed Does not cover it. The rooms are situated in blocks around the grounds and all fine when you are taken to the room by golf buggy but a long uphill slog when going to the main hotel. Rooms are still what one experienced in the 1960's and I would think the hotel has not been refurbished since then. Comfortable beds and wonderful view of the private beach and bay but bathrooms are old fashioned and In need of a touch of class. Bamboo features strongly in the decor throughout the hotel even though it not a native growth on Bermuda. The reception area is dark and dingy and this rather reflects on the staff employed there. Not much of a greeting and certainly no sparkle. We ventured in to the restaurant one night as other eating places are at least a taxi ride away unless you count the supermarket and eating in the room. This was very nearly empty as was the whole hotel but we were tired and wanted just one course. Very unpleasant experience. Having taken our order the two staff started clearing the other tables and laying up for breakfast at around 7.45. When our meal arrived after I had sent back mine as it was raw just warm on one side having asked for rare (came back like a cinder when I asked for it to be cooked a bit more) the staff turned on the noisy air conditioning even though it was not really warm I feel in order to speed our departure. One main course meal and a bottle of wine between 4 cost us over $200 which included a $30 service charge. Don't eat here there are many better choices on Bermuda to visit by Taxi. On going to settle the final bill they had forgotten to take off the key deposit of $100! The Bermudans in general are so friendly and warm and very helpful when we toured round the island by bus. The staff at this hotel could take some lessons from them. The pool was really cold and the sea was too cold for bathing. When we asked why the supposedly heated pool was so cold we were told the thermostat was broken and would not be repaired for several months. This typifies this hotel. More>

Great view & customer service - could definitely use updates
Aida M, Milpitas, California
Tue Apr 12 05:09:59 EDT 2016
We stayed for a week, the view is breathtaking and that is definite. The room is a bit outdated and could use some upgrades. It has a "golden girls" decor from the '80s. Our "king" bed was two twins pushed together and as you can imagine it gets quite uncomfortable on the back, especially for a week long stay. The toiled broke, and then when it was fixed there was a splash when flushing. The customer service is wonderful, front desk and housekeeping were so helpful and friendly. In a great location - the bus ride is $2.75 each way into downtown, or about $13 cab ride, the zoo/aquarium are fairly close, and it has a (pricey) restaurant on-site which was a 3/5 on my scale. There is a small market within walking distance so i recommend buying your own alcohol and breakfast food, and splurging for lunch and dinner. The breakfast is between $15-$20, lunch around $20-30, and dinner around $20-50 depending on what you order. If you buy breakfast foods and keep int he small fridge, it saves a bit of $. Overall I would definitely stay here again but probably not too long since it was a nightmare on my back. Oh, and no alcohol purchase at the market after 9pm!! More>

Fine hotel, strange customer service and spotty wi-fi
Amy H, New York City, New York
Thu Apr 07 05:27:56 EDT 2016
Came here during Easter weekend which was a very quiet time. The hotel was fine - close to bus stations, located in the middle of the island, nice, quiet beaches very easy to get to. The receptionists were not helpful, or terse. One invited herself to spend the day with us. It took them 40 minutes to call a taxi, despite telling us it would take 5 minutes. Long-winded and not helpful in trying to explain buses or things to do around the island. Their customer service might be better during a busier time when there are more people staying. Also, wifi was very spotty in the hotel rooms. Despite all of that, the property was situated perfectly on its own private beach with access to gorgeous sandy beaches. More>

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