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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:
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
Tamara's Terrace - Tamara's Terrace; serves lunch and light snack. Lunch (12Noon-2:30PM), Snack Menue avail from (2:30PM-4PM)
TripAdvisor Web Reviews
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TripAdvisor Traveller Reviews
Boutique Hotel with stunning views.
Matt J, Goshen, Indiana
Mon Sep 26 13:43:58 EDT 2016
If you are looking to be waited on for your every beck and call - you will be disappointed. But, if you are willing to fetch your own drinks and deal with a continental breakfast format where they serve some warm dishes but you get your drinks and understand that is what you are buying - you will love this place. It's not designed to have Fairmount service (and the Fairmount doesn't have easy beach access). Bermuda is a wonderful place to go to relax and take in the views and the incredibly nice people. If it's adventure (not including riding a scooter on the opposite side of the road) you are looking for - you'll spend more time looking at your cell phone wondering when you are going home. Our room was cleaned everyday. The pool was nice, but you have to get your own towels and your own drinks if you want them - the bartenders are great people, but they do not come to you. The beach, the sand and the water - amazing, fun and relaxing. The most disappointed people would probably have wished they had done a little more research about the island and the resort prior to arriving. Oh - and no car rentals and you probably wouldn't want to - left hand driving, narrow streets and quite a few scooters on the road dodging in and out of on-coming traffic. Bus system works well but you have to allow time. Taxi system is great, but it does get expensive. Main dining is nice - they cater to you at this meal. If you are looking to get away and recharge your batteries - this place will do it. And it is priced accordingly - which is fair. We'd stay here again in a heart beat. More>

Paradise does exist
Patty T, San Diego, California
Mon Sep 26 13:24:23 EDT 2016
Cocoa reef best assets is the location right on the ocean and the pink sand beaches every room has amazing view. The staff could not be more helpful kudos to Vince the general manager, also want to recognize china and Michelle at the front desk for their knowledge of their island and always helped us in booking excursions or getting directions. The rooms are definitely dated and could use some updating but they were very clean with excellent maid service. David the bartender was so knowledgeable about the history of his island and eager to share this info. We rented scooters/cycles at elbow beach cycles best pricing but beware these are no Harley's but they are definitely the best way to see the island . Check out the dockyards rent a Boston Whaler at somerset check out horseshoe beach Jacobs cove John smiths bay and coopers island any were you go you will love the beaches and crystal clear water. Bring your wallet as the food is expensive but very good all food has to be shipped in.i don't believe you will ever meet any more gracious people they truly love their island and welcome you every where with open arms More>

Great Family Gathering--Third Year, 2016
Claire B, Washington DC, District of Columbia
Mon Sep 26 05:45:18 EDT 2016
Our family again chose Coco Reef for our yearly gathering. We were there in August 2016, our third consecutive year at Coco Reef. We're already eagerly awaiting a return. This year we were eleven strong--two from Washington DC, four from New York City, three from Bristol, England, and two from Houma Louisiana. The hotel is perfect for our needs, with lots to offer our kids (ages 2–13) and adults (ages 42–73) alike. The almost private beach is fantastic, with lots of beach chairs, umbrellas, towels available; the hotel pool we had practically to ourselves; we used the tennis courts, rented bikes, enjoyed terrific food and service in the hotel restaurant or in nearby places (walking distance away). The staff is warm and welcoming. We look forward to a return trip, for sure, and probably with an enlarged family group. More>

Beautiful beach, dodgy hotel
Amy J,
Fri Sep 23 08:47:04 EDT 2016
Elbow beach is simply stunning. The location was far and away the best thing about our stay at Coco Reef. As mentioned by others, the hotel could use a refurbishment. While clean, the overall appearance is rather dated. The food was hit and miss, and very expensive, but service in the restaurant was great. The cleaning staff have taken an unusual approach to the "do not disturb sign", in that they will knock on the door and call you until they confirm that you in fact do not wish to be disturbed... On some occasions they did not have clean beach towels to provide, which was a minor annoyance, but the whole experience was soured by what occurred when we went to check out. Having initially made a booking through booking dot com for three nights, we decided to extend our stay by an extra night. We confirmed that we would receive the room at the same rate as the original booking before proceeding with the change. When we went to check out, we became involved in a lengthy dispute with several staff members over the final bill. There were two key issues: (i) we were being charged a base rate that was significantly higher than the rate we were quote on booking dot com ($339 as opposed to $252), and (ii) we were being charged tax twice. The terms and conditions on booking.com stated that tax was included in the price, while the resort and service fees were extra. This discussion took so long to resolve that we almost missed our flight. Throughout the conversation, we were spoken to by a couple of different staff members in a manner that was condescending. The manager stated that he had no control over the mark ups by third party vendors, which was irrelevant considering that the hotel was trying to charge us a higher price than we were quoted on the website. He seemed to miss the point that the whole reason people use these sites is to get a deal, and that the quote given by those sites must be honored. The hotel tried to tell us that we were getting a free night's accommodation, but with the higher rate and double tax, the bill came out significantly higher than our quoted price, even with this alleged "free" night. In the end we told them to charge us for four nights at the rate we were quoted, thereby missing out on the "free" night that they promised us. It still worked out as cheaper than the inflated price they were trying to charge us. Unfortunately, this experience put a real dampener on our stay. I would not book here again and next time (and there will definitely be a next time because the island is beautiful), I will find alternative accommodation. More>

Wonderful Coco Reef
jaynehall, Chester, United Kingdom
Wed Sep 21 03:31:26 EDT 2016
A big thank you to all the wonderful staff, they were all amazing without exception. First class chef. Mind blowing location. The faded charm of the hotel was magical. Bermuda is a beautiful island. We will be back! More>



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