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Reviewed 12 August 2009

This was my first visit to the Coconut Beach, only to meet many many people who were regular visitors to the resort, coming back year after year to enjoy the friendliness of the staff and other guests at whats feels almost like a private club.
The accommodation is basic however extremely clean with excellent cleaning staff and my room grew on me more each day as the holiday went by. The beach was wonderful accessed straight from our room, the staff were helpful friendly and attentive even if a little overworked and the food was superb even if not to the taste of one or two other guests. I thought it was amazing and hardly ever was my glass left unfilled !! :-) Many thanks to all the staff and the lovely people whome we met during our stay (Not to mention my handsome partner) who made such a lovely holiday. Cath and Al

  • Stayed: July 2009, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank CathanAl
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Reviewed 6 August 2009

I picked this place because we did not want a 5 star all singing and dancing resort with hoards of people - and the choice was perfect.If you want to get out and about, hire a car. The road signs and maps leave a little bit to be desired, but the locals are so friendly and helpful EVERY time you stop that it doesn't really matter. We thought the food was very good (remember 3*) and as for the evening meal a definate 5*, to the point that we asked for our compliments to be passed on to the chef. Get around the island if you can, it is stunning. The staff were exceptional and we made some great friends.The thing to remember is that this is a 3* resort - if you want 5* everything, pay double the price and go to St.James's or Sandals. The coconut beach in our opinion was excellent value for money.

  • Stayed: May 2009, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank dooshy
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Reviewed 31 July 2009

Rachel and I spent 2 weeks at the CBC. It was the best and most restful holiday in our lives. This is not the place to go if you want a racey life. The bar is the place and the chat between the other guest is the making of a holiday here.
The staff are superb and a great asset although the food can get a bit samey. It was Rachels' birthday and I was able to organise a cake and we were goven champagne . The last night I fell ill and the staff were superb and arrange for me to got o hospital and get treatment. I would recommend this place

  • Stayed: July 2009, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank vcdfa
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Reviewed 26 July 2009

On first arrival, we were worried as the place is so much smaller and quieter than we were expecting. This soon changed, as our room was lovely, with a beautiul view of the beach and comfy chairs and hammock on the balcony. The small numbers of people translated into a very peaceful and relaxed atmosphere and everyone was friendly without being intrusively so, which meant there was always someone to chat to if you wanted but not if you didn't.

Potential downsides:There were no organised activities apart from a 'medecine man' tour of the frounds each week and a weely visit from a steel band. Not good if you are looking to be entertained but great if you are happy to chill and entertain yourselves. The pool was tiny and there were jellyfish in the sea at this time of year, so not great for serious swimming.

The food was good - particularly the evening meals in the restaurant which were generally of a very high standard. Service was excellent and friendly. If this is the type of holiday you want then highly recommended.

  • Stayed: July 2009, travelled with family
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3  Thank IrisLondon
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Reviewed 11 July 2009

My wife and I travelled to CBC on the 20th June for 14 days. We had a brilliant time and made some fantastic friends and that is the one of best thing about this hotel, everyone talks to everyone. Please remember this is only my opinion of the hotel and everyone has their own points of view, so please read on.
Antigua had been sold to us as the jewel of the Caribbean, and we found the Island to be very beautiful. However, this laid back Caribbean hotel was just a little too laid back for our liking; in fact some of the Staff was just LAZY. We have been to several Caribbean Islands and we are familiar to laid back, so that is what we expected but even we were shocked.
The Hotel itself was quite nice and the rooms are basic but very clean, but when you go 3 stars in the Caribbean you should expect basic / no frills and seasoned travellers would know this.
On arrival at the hotel we were not greeted as we had been on other holidays, and we had to carry our own cases up 3 flights of stairs, hay ho never mind!!
Supper on our first evening was BBQ so no need to dress up, and after a quick bit and a drink it was off to bed as we were both shattered.
Sunday morning - we rose early for breakfast 0730 as the Boucher stated but low and behold it didn’t start until after 8am. Every morning even though the staff were sat there talking. This being said breakfast was always nice and plenty of choice too.
Lunch - these were a bit hit and miss with a meat or pasta dishes every day and always Salad available.
Afternoon Tea - Very hit and miss (just imagine 8 slices of bread with cheese slices, wafer thin ham or paste filling cut into 8 triangles with no crusts) for 40 guests, also homemade cookies x 20, if they are not there by 4pm just shout "COTTON COOKIES" and they will eventually arrive.
Dinner - this is best meal of the day. Four courses of Al la Carte dining and most of the choices are delicious and we never had any complaints and the evening staff was always perfectly attentive, prompt and polite. You can ask for fries if you want them
After the meal make your way to the bar and Jahilda, Clifton or Cotton will make you whatever you want. Try the Banana Chocolate Milk shake they are very Moorish, and the Sex off the beach lovely.
Mosquito’s - these are at their worst at night and there are thousands. We took a liquid plug in which worked very well in the room but the bar staff will also let you have a Citronella bucket Candle for your balcony or porch. But if you use plenty of repellent then this will work fine.
The Beach – this is ¼ of a mile of lovely sand and the water is cooling, however, when we went in June there was a lot of jelly fish passing by and if it wasn’t for the Portuguese gentleman then there would have been more of them being washed up. Apparently June July and Aug are the months when these jelly fish are at their worst.

Overall – this holiday was very enjoyable but we think this was only due to the friends we made during our stay. This hotel could be a 4 Star resort if it was tidied up a little and the breakfast/lunch and reception staff dropped their lazy attitude.
Our thanks to John and Paula, Al and Liz, Gerry and Russ, Paul and Hillary who made our holiday for us.

  • Stayed: June 2009, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank blakechrisblake
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