Coco Reef Bermuda

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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 ocean views. Complimentary WiFi. One king or two twin beds.
Other Amenities -
Air Conditioning
Balcony or Terrace
Coffee Maker
Hair Dryer
Room Safe
Room opens to a patio with beachfront views. Complimentary WiFi.
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
TripAdvisor Web Reviews
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What to expect

Apple Vacations Traveller Reviews
CoCo Beach Bermuda
Nov 17 2015
Hotel is right on the beach in a series of separate buildings each with 10-12 rooms. The view of the ocean is fantastic. The Hotel is clean and the staff pleasant. Not much in the way of amenities and though the pool is quite nice, there is no spa. The stay was pleasant and met our expectations for the price, which was reasonable in an otherwise expensive vacation locale. We spent an entire week with the idea of getting there fast so that we could take it slow, just the Beach Boys song..
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TripAdvisor Traveller Reviews
Beach front
Melissa1103, New York City, New York
Fri Oct 06 15:43:06 EDT 2017
The hotel stay was what I needed. No thrills. Friendly staff. Great location. The beach is down some stairs and not racked daily yet their is a beautiful ledge/ cliff to lounge on and view the ocean. The grounds are well keep and gorgeous. The rooms are OK. Basic Beach furniture and if not in room much as I was it is not a problem. Please note the bathroom had a bug problem and shower had water bugs. Overall I would return

Really Enjoyed - Tips For Your Visit
Douglas R, Denver
Sun Oct 01 13:29:21 EDT 2017
There are a lot of positive reviews here and they are right - its a great hotel in a great location and as a solo looking to relax for a week.... it was ideal in every way. Where I thought I could be helpful would be to offer tips for a visit to Bermuda and this great property. Incidentally - it is a perfect spot and I will be returning. TIPS: * I brought my own booze and suntan lotion - checking a bag on the way over with the liquids and then carry on for the return trip. This saved a lot of $$. The average drink in the bar is $10. *There is a little grocery store down the road that I thought I would use to pick up cheap supplies - but it is incredibly expensive and not much of a savings on the resorts tiny shop. Food and booze was particularly pricey. The resort shop by the way is open til 2pm most days and only sold Cokes and can't remember if they had any liquor. *Alternately the tiny duty free at the airport, just before customs is the best place to get some wine and booze and cigars, with the prices being close to the US and most likely the last time you will see them til you leave. I would stock up there if you don't bring your own. *There is a refrigerator in the room. It is hidden in what looks like a rattan chest of drawers under the TV. I did not know this and thought it did not have one. I improvised some sort of ice bucket until I heard the compressor faintly late at night, and realized it was hiding in the false front :) *Wifi is good in the hotel rooms The upload speed was a little slow at times but the download with more than sufficient and with a strong signal in each room I was able to do everything I needed. *Air conditioner is good and cold which is perfect for the hot climate. The ceiling fan adds to the chill if you overdid it on the first day and feeling warm. Essential for a beach resort. *Service is exceptional. They heeded my 'do not disturb' sign on the room every morning and whenever I left the room - the cleaning lady recognized me and checked that it was ok to clean. They did a great job every day of moping and tidying up and worked with me, on my schedule, which was wonderful on a relaxing vacation. *Prices in the restaurants are high but if you get to the bar before 630pm - there is a Happy Hour menu of very tasty bar snacks - the famous Bermuda Fish Chowder and discount drinks that can help. Darnell is the worlds best bartender and will take care of you and is a wealth of knowledge. He may not be outwardly magnanimous but quickly you will realize he's efficient and can get you taken care of in a professional manner and carries all the traits of the worlds best bartenders. *There is drink service at the beach but it is not regular - so if you see him, move quickly to save the short walk up the hill to the bar yourself if availing yourself of the resorts drinks. *There is a resort next door and a very short beach walk to the bar on the beach which apparently is popular with locals. I did not try as I couldn't be bothered but people mention it is 'happening' and popular with locals - so you don't have to go far from the resort to find activity. The rest of the neighboring resort is very high on the hill and never made it up - but seems to be too far from the beach to be fun. *Spring for the ocean front rooms. There is nothing like waking with the sounds of the waves and staring directly at the ocean. The other rooms are set only a slight ways back and still a great view - but your on vacation - make the most of it. All in all really enjoyed this resort. The staff was friendly and helpful without being intrusive and the guests were friendly and enjoyable. If you are looking for the perfect relaxing vacation to get away from it all - I can't recommend this highly enough. Enjoy.

Beautiful location with crystal clear water and a very average hotel, with very bad food and quite pretentious
tyrakvist, New York City, New York
Sun Oct 01 06:46:24 EDT 2017
The lounge decoration and restaurant looks like a bad Hollywood film of the 70's (or some kind of hotel in Bagdad?) with golden statues and fountains all over the place, ridiculous rococo chairs in a sea resort restaurant...The food is really bad; the McDonald hamburger presents better and tastes better than the lunch hamburger we had (the china was thick and ordinary...)not to mention the $20 price tag! All we tried was tasteless, ill presented... and expensive. Please get a chef or lease the restaurant like nextdoor Elbow beach does. We ended eating there. The room would be OK but the water was brown the first day and not a bottle of water was available in the room! The beach is extraordinary but the big garbage can there wasn't emptied for 2 straight days! Everyone on the premises is very nice and helpful but alas that does not compensate for this ill-managed hotel. If you have a breakfast plan and ask for an expresso instead of their horrible coffee , they charge you extra. No four seasons hotel would ever do that...No showers working around the pool though they exist outside and in the ladie's room. I asked but nothing happened...It is a pity because all the ingredients to make this place outstanding are there except for a good chef, a competent manager and a tasteful interior designer...

Very comfy stay
Wanderluster927, New York City, New York
Thu Sep 28 12:57:51 EDT 2017
We stayed here for 5 nights on our first trip to Bermuda. Turns out it was a great choice to stay on the Southshore and Coco Reef is one of the most affordable options without sacrificing the quality of a beach-side view. It's located on the western end of elbow beach, which in my opinion trumps horseshoe beach due to the lesser crowd. You're able to walk to the beach or just stay on the westend side of it where there are really not a lot of people. The service is great - people are very nice here. We dined at the in-house restaurant a couple times as there aren't a lot of options for eating around here and getting around in Bermuda is difficult if you don't rent a car. The food is great, but can be pricey. Definitely recommend staying here if you're looking for an affordable but comfy option.

A Wonderful Day
Mon Sep 18 16:09:40 EDT 2017
We visited Coco Reef Resort while on a cruise to Bermuda. I wanted to plan a special day for my husband's birthday celebration. I had done some research on TA and purchased day passes online thru resorts for a day. We splurged and took a taxi right from the Dockyard, you can also take the ferry to Hamilton and then a shorter cab ride to the resort. We received a warm welcome and general information about the facility. The beach looked beautiful but be aware it is a considerable hike from the main building and the surf was strong. We opted to stay near their lovely pool since we had been to Horseshoe beach the day before. There were are lounges and umbrella's surrounding the pool and nearby terrace. You are advised to bring a towel with you, however later in the morning towels were provided. There are spacious changing rooms with showers right off the pool area. The day pass includes a delicious three course lunch served either on their outside terrace or in their air conditioned dining room. Beverages are at an additional cost. With a beautiful view and wonderful weather we opted for outside. It was a delightful day that we would do again or strongly consider for a land based vacation. If you are looking for a relaxed, low key environment in a beautiful setting you will enjoy Coco Reef.

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