...it was an ok stay, I didn't LOVE it, but then again I didn't hate it.
My husband and I stayed here for four days in December 2012 because of how affordable the rates were. We couldn't get over just how affordable it was, and worth its price, because there's a pool (a very clean and inviting one), there's cable television (no complaints about reception and just a few Spanish stations), there's A/C (not over-freezing, but just right - for us anyway), a private balcony to the back (though small, and no spectacular view), hot and cold shower (albeit in a bathroom with very VERY aged plumbing), a mini-fridge, microwave, wardrobe, 2 beds that- in defense of Frequent T- were, in fact, not very supporting or cushioning at all, and I'm a tiny 120lb female... just thought I should mention that before I am rudely addressed, as was Frequent T! Though I must mention, this wasn't a problem really and was easy to overlook because we slept very well each night. The very best thing about our stay was Annie's exceptional service, she, though seemingly disorganized at times, always made up for it by going the extra mile, even bringing up our meals (which were also affordable, and tasty) to our room. The worst thing about our stay, the one thing that prevented me from giving it a 3 star review, was the fact that there were a good few "crazy" or "wild ants" (as we call it locally) roaming all over the room. And I mean all over. And no it was not because we invited them by having food in our room because upon arriving to our room and setting down our bags, I began to notice them around, and from that time time forward we took painstaking measures to not encourage them further. So just be careful to not leave any crumbs or foodstuffs lying around, when you're finished with your utensils- immediately put them in the fridge, or trust me, you'll regret it! (That is, if you're nit-picky about those things, anyway. My husband didn't care about the ants much, but they were driving me nuts!) All in all, good value for money, very good service, I definitely recommend you stay here if you're on a tight budget!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Inn is neatly tucked in the quaint historical coastal town of Plymouth, once the playground of the Courlanders from Latvia, the French and the English who fought for supremacy over the indigenous Caribs and against each other. The Inn is located next to the Mystery Tomb, Courlander monument, Fort James, the children's playground, fishing jetty, Turtle beach and the Plymouth recreation grounds which caters to footballers, joggers, tennis, netball and basketball players. The L-shaped Inn contains 18 comfortable and affordable tiled en-suite rooms of various sizes. All with cable TV and a/c. Some with kitchens or kitchenette. Some with small fridge and microwave. Amenities include table tennis board, free wifi, a 20 ft x 40 ft swimming pool with shallow and deep ends and secure carpark. The restaurant is now self-catering, dining room used for serving breakfast to guests only and a bar is on site. The setting is ideal for group sizes up to fifty. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Changrela Cocrico Hotel Plymouth
- Cocrico Inn Tobago/Plymouth