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OverviewThis romantic boutique resort features 26 individual wooden Caribbean style cottages, each offering a private balcony with spectacular views and showers opening to the Caribbean sea.
We stayed in Antigua for two weeks in a Villa.For a treat we booked one night at cocos.I've stayed in Antigua before and been up and close to the hotel and was instantly charmed my its uniqueness.Location wise, it's right at the end of an extensive beach (Jolly beach) and to the other side of the property Valley Church beach.The Setting is absolutely stunning, Postcard.Everything was how I expected, made to feel welcome on arrival and greeted with a drink whilst we waited to be taken to our room.We had room 7 which is roughly half way up, not for the faint hearted but worth it for the view.Room was simple and charming in equal measure.Comfy four poster bed, bathroom had twin sinks and the outdoor shower was great.Though I wouldn't fancy showering after dusk as it's like a jungle and feeding time !!!There are plug in Mosquito repellants and Cans of deet in the room.Mosquitos either take a liking to you or generally leave you alone, fortunately I fall into the latter.Soon as the sun is about to go down, the Orchaster of whistling frogs start ( not to be mistaken for Crickets), this is something that I love.Oh and the view from the balcony :)I didn't make it for Dinner as the Bar got the better of me, didn't have many but it was on an empty stomach and speaks volumes for the quality of alcohol on offer.Proper cocktails and not what I'd call Slush puppy's. Breakfast - first of all the setting is stunning looking over jolly beach.I had an English Breakfast but also fancied trying the salt fish on the specials, not a problemcheck out was at noon, but welcomed to stay for lunch.I had typia and I was informed that it was Guyana, I also had some jerk chicken.Food was great and cooked to order.Plenty of Sunloungers on the beach and the barman regularly came around and took drink orders. I would describe this Hotel as rustic, there are areas that could do with a little touch up here and there. However, this is all part of the charm and the hotel is very exposed to the elements. The hotel is very personal, all food cooked to order and I believe there is only about 30 rooms.Guys, if you are looking for a Honeymoon Hotel.Look no further.The only reason I haven't given the hotel a 5 is the staff, some were friendly and informative whilst the odd one or two weren't so welcoming.However, I realise that I only stayed one night and didn't have a chance to find my feet and build up a rapport.Have to say the Barman on the beach bar was both professional and super friendly.
Cocos is the most beautiful and relaxed place I have ever stayed. It's private, has stunning views and the staff are the best I've ever encountered. The food is great (I'm veggie and always had enough choice - even scrambled tofu for breakfast which is my fave!), the drinks are awesome and strong, and the service was flawless. Amazing private beaches in a quiet area, it really is perfect for couples. I would highly recommend.
A bit late with this as we stayed last October. Great place to relax with rustic but comfortable rooms. Beach and Sea were fantastic and staff friendly. A couple of things to be aware of1. Depending on your room it is very steep so not for old, or unfit. 2. It is very rustic so if you want bling and shiny marble then don't come. We loved it but we like quiet relaxing places.
Pros. Staff. View. Beach. Relaxation. Quiet. Massages. Food and drinks were great. Best part. The hammock on the terrace of each cottage had amazing blue water viewsOnly cons. No real food (besides tea time with fruit and small cheese sandwiches) from 2-7. A lot of mosquito type bugs. Spray yourself each morning and you'll be fine. We've been to the Caribbean 40 times and we think The $550/ night is about $150/night too much. It should be $400-ish. Great people and a great place for a relaxing vacation.
I had high hopes for this place because of the amazing reviews... I would say this place is perfect for a laid back vacation! If your looking for an amazing beach, this place has it! However, the rooms are older and run down... the hotel is currently building new huts and once they finish, they plan to remodel the original ones. some staff members are more friendly than others... we loved Kerry Ann and Akill! we stayed in cottage 4 and the AC was out... asked them to fix it the next morning and they gave us the run around and didn't send someone until 5:30pm.. the guy fixed it though! So that was okay..:the views are awesome and the outdoor shower is out of this world! Overall, I would probably return... I liked that it was all inclusive, however all the umbrellas at the beach were broken, if it rains, they leave the cushions out and they're soaked... if your at the beach and your moving around chairs and stuff, the staff will literally watch you do it by yourself... except Akill helped us! Overall, I would say this is a solid 4 star resort... but some of the service is lacking... I have been all over the world, following the top 100 hotels in the world... this would be why I didn't give it a 5. If they improved service, updated room, had staff constantly walking around the beach and "butler" service... it would be a 5:) upon departure, they made us carry our own bags from the room... which wouldn't be a big deal if it wasn't extremely steep hills! Which they lost a whole point for that... I rated my visit poor because of the lack of service! But the waitresses are very nice!
Vacations packages include round-trip flights, accommodations, round-trip transfers (unless outlined below) to and from the hotel, and tourist cards (if required, unless outlined below).
If selecting an all-inclusive resort option, the package will also include the all-inclusive features as outlined by each resort.
Items not included:
- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- Breakfast Daily
- Lunch Daily
- Dinner Daily
- Domestic and International alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
- Afternoon tea
- Use of beach chairs
- Use of towels
- 1 Restaurant
- 1 Bar
- 1 Pool
- 1 king-size bed
- Bathroom with shower only (Indoor)
- Outdoor Shower
- No air conditioning
- Ceiling and Standard Fans
- Coffee maker
- In-room safe
- Iron and Ironing Boards (On request basis)
- 1 Thirty minute complimentary spa treatment per person, per stay with a min 3 night stay
- Maximum occupancy of 2
Resort Location Map
Cocos HotelAntigua,Antigua And Barbuda
- Hotel Contacts
- Extra Info
Valley Church Road Bolands, Jolly Harbour Antigua
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