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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.
HOTEL LOCATION
Located on one of Bermuda's most spectacular beaches
Address:
HAMILTON


BM
Local Phone: 414-236-5416
Fax: 441-236-9766
HOTEL FACILITIES
Boutique Shops
Business Services
Concierge
Laundry / Dry Cleaning Service
Parking(Complimentary)
Pools
Number of Pools: 1

Temperature-controlled swimming pool
Tennis
Number of Courts: 2
Court Fee: Contact hotel
Raquet Rental Fees: Contact hotel
Pro Onsite
Water Sports on Site
Snorkeling: Additional Charge
HOTEL DETAILS
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
HOTEL RESTRICTIONS
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 TYPES
BEACHFRONT
Room opens to a patio with beachfront views. Complimentary WiFi.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Fan
Bathtub
Balcony or Terrace
Minibar
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite
DELUXE OCEAN VIEW
Room opens to a patio with ocean views. Complimentary WiFi. One king or two twin beds.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Fan
Bathtub
Balcony or Terrace
Minibar
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Iron
Telephone
Television
Room Safe
Satellite
DINING
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
TripAdvisor Web Reviews
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TripAdvisor Traveller Reviews
Paradise
shells13, New Canaan, Connecticut
Tue Aug 23 14:30:16 EDT 2016
We have been here 5 times now and it is like being welcomed by an old friend. The staff are always on hand for anything you may need. Steve will be the one who takes you to your room in the golf cart, if you are down the hill. Lovely man and nothing is too much of a problem for him. It is a "no frills" kind of place, which is what we were looking for. We have been to other hotels/resorts, but we liked the small and friendly atmosphere here at Coco Reef. No room service, but you can take a taxi anywhere on the island to eat or buy some groceries at the local store to keep in the small fridge they provide. We had cheese and tomato sandwiches when we were too tired to get dressed to go to dinner or lunch. Lived in our bathing suits. The rooms are a little outdated, but it is not a huge deal. We were in the 200 block, beach front. Furniture is adequate and the bed has never posed a problem at any of our stays. I always clean the fan blades before turning it on because we used the fan 24/7. Don't misunderstand, the rooms are spotless, but whoever remembers the overhead fan blades? The beach is lovely, but there are always those awful people who race down to claim the umbrella covered loungers. Really annoying as there aren't really all that many available umbrellas these days. The other problem is that this place sells day passes to cruise ship people and also for another resort to use the beach. It really starts to rub you the wrong way when you can use your own beach. For a "no frills" place, the room prices are quite high. Do your homework. We rented one scooter and rode around the island to all the different beaches. If you want a scooter, Oleander Cycles, in the area you will be staying, will give you a discount if you book ahead online. You can save 20%, I believe. Back to what to take - we have learned over the years to take some things with us to save some money. Costs in Bermuda, for just about everything, is not cheap. We take salt and pepper, a plastic knife, fork and spoon each, a sharp knife for cheese and tomatoes, some paper plates, small roll of paper towel and zip lock bags. I also take clothes pins to hang bathing suits on the chairs on the patio. Ladies, take a shower cap and also they don't provide hair conditioner, only soap and shampoo. I am happy to answer any questions. Enjoy Bermuda, wherever you decide to stay. Places are vanishing and lots of new construction going on. Sad to see. More>

Could have been oerfecr
soko442, New York City, New York
Sat Aug 20 13:21:26 EDT 2016
The beach is great but the hotel only has 4-5 beach umbrellas, when asking the manager of there were more as folks grabbed them early each day the response was we know we need more but we don't have any. The rooms were nice and simple, just make sure you double check that yours has a view of the beach as a few don't. The food wasn't all that great but the wait staff really tried. I was told that it's par for the island. I would stay here again but probably only for a 3-4 day stay. More>

Amazing beach, mediocre hotel
Alexandra S,
Fri Aug 12 07:25:57 EDT 2016
This hotel is located on the most beautiful beach of the island: Elbow Beach. This is its strongest selling point. The water is crispy clear, the beach is gorgeous and the ambience is very relaxing. Unfortunately, the hotel itself leaves much to be desired. The rooms (we had a beachfront room) are getting old and tired and in need of serious renovation. Old furniture, old mattresses, burn out lamp shades. Even the light on our balcony was holding on by a rope!! There's no beach bar and no service at the beach. If you need a drink or a bottle of water, you need to climb up the hill to the main hotel. The beach chairs are old and few and the same goes for the beach umbrellas. Pretty much, they are falling apart. And there are not enough of them either. They also sell day passes to guests from other hotels to access the beach, and there's not enough for the guests of the hotel. The management said they have ordered new umbrellas and chairs, but it looks like it will take some time before they get there....Thankfully, right next door is the Elbow Beach Hotel which has its act together and offers 3 bars and restaurants easily accessible through the beach from Coco Reef, so we had a place to go. The most casual one, Mickey's, offers a wonderful Italian menu and great drinks. We were there every night. There's not much going on in Coco Reef actually. They have one restaurant, which serves descent food and has a polite staff. It looks like they have spent money to redecorate the lobby (it would be better spent in guest rooms instead.) Too much "gold" going on in this lobby (golden planters and statues everywhere), which gives a baroque feel to the place that has nothing to do with Bermuda's elegant and simple traditions. Bottom line - - if beach is your number one priority, you can consider Coco Reef and use the bars and restaurants of Elbow Beach Hotel, which is a much pricier alternative. More>

Life saving Hospitality
shoetrain, Boston, Massachusetts
Sun Aug 07 08:54:50 EDT 2016
Due to an emergency we were forced to get off our cruise ship and stay in Bermuda. Luckily our taxi driver recommended the Coco Reef resort. Not only did they accommodate us in this emergency situation, they really bent over backwards to make our stay pleasant Rehanna Palumbo the director of hospitality gave new meaning to her title. Because we were back and forth to the hospital we did not have a chance to enjoy the beautiful beach or pool but if we are to travel to Bermuda again the Coco Reef is the place to be. More>

Great Vacation
drummerExton_PA, Exton, PA
Sat Aug 06 12:48:12 EDT 2016
My husband and I stayed here at this most beautiful ocean front hotel - it was heaven! This actually was our 5th time to Bermuda as it is our favorite island and I would definitely stay here again. the food was amazing, good service and the view well that goes without saying. We got to meet the General Manager Vince and he was just so nice to talk to etc. I would definitely recommend this hotel and Steve was a great help to us getting us to the grocery store - so fun! More>



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