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What can I say about Cocobay resort? When I first arrived I was a little disappointed as the resort didn’t look too great on the approach, but let me tell you that is where the disappointment ended. We walked in and we greeted like long...More
We spend 7 nights at Coco Bay from the 13th May for our honeymoon after getting married in St Lucia the previous week. The resort is absolutely beautiful with stunning views, white sandy beaches and a clear blue ocean. The 2 infinity pools were lovely,...More
We went on our honeymoon here, and we were more than happy with the location, staff, and food here.
At the restaurant, we met with amazing staff members who went above and beyond our expectations; Jermaine, Kerry & Denise were the few that stood out....More
Stayed in the "The Palms" cottage on the beach with a plunge pool, lovely views & a totally bespoke resort. The Staff are probably the most friendly hotel staff I have ever met and make this resort what it is, fabulous.
As this was an...More
From when you walk into reception, the view just takes your breath away, the individual cottages are all painted in different pastel colours, we had upgraded to one with its own plunge pool and the view through to the beautiful sandy beaches and blue sea...More
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We stayed in the Yabba hut and our only complaint was that the plunge pool was shaded with the exception of a corner of the pool that got some sun in the morning. They staff was nice enough to show us two other huts that had... More
We stayed in the Yabba hut and our only complaint was that the plunge pool was shaded with the exception of a corner of the pool that got some sun in the morning. They staff was nice enough to show us two other huts that had plunge pools that were less shaded but Yabba was much nicer and much more private so we stayed there. Our fridge was stocked with water, sodas, and their local beer. We also had a full size bottle of rum and champagne waiting for us on arrival. They would ask us our preferences and stock it accordingly. They do offer room service but I don’t believe it’s used very often.