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Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa
Ranked #1 of 4 Hotels in Vieux Fort
Reviewed 6 September 2017

I have stayed at Coconut Bay for a number of years and have been impressed by their hospitality and attentiveness to their guests. On this trip my husband Kacey and I stayed at the new Serenity resort (21st July - 13th August 2017). What can I say? Oh My Goodness, it was out of this world!! Serenity is the most impressive resort that affords guests privacy and service that surpasses all others. I cannot impress enough on you the joy you will experience by visiting this new resort.

Our stay was enhanced by the following staff and if I have left some off that is down to my poor memory not at all a reflection of the quality of service.

Bernadette & Kacey

Bernard - a visible manager ensuring guests felt 'special' by greeting each by name whilst checking out the quality of our experience.
Natalia Green - who took time out of her busy schedule to seek us out and confirm our experience continued to be positive.
Chef Gray and his staff Hannah, Andrea and others - they accommodated personal requests to suit individual taste and needs; and took customer care to new heights.
Yanick, Greg, Dez, Tony - our butlers who made every request seem like they had thought of it. very special people:).
Donna, Kay & Jeremie - bar staff whose cocktail knowledge and memory of guest preferences were phenomenal.
Maryam, Rose and Shyma? (sorry if not quite right) - our housekeepers whose ready smile brightened up every day.

Other general coconut Bay staff who I must give a mention are, Dwayne the engineer, Mr Eugene, maintenance, Sepharine, housekeeping. Vernon the keep fit guru with boundless energy and charm. Serrina from the spa - the most beautiful healing hands, with a spa experience like no other. Etto, Claire, Dominic, Petula from the many restaurants. Mitch from tours and Maxwell who went out of his way for us. And, the lovely Emily who we now call 'friend' thank you.
A very special acknowledgement to Mr Chris Chin who made it all possible. Chris, we are truly grateful to you for your big heart and generosity. Thank you seems so small for the wonderful gif you gave us.

Room Tip: At Coconut Bay choose a 4th floor suite with concierge service. If Serenity - grab anything you can...
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  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled as a couple
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Chris C, Guest Relations Manager at Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa, responded to this reviewResponded 7 September 2017

Hi Bernadette and Kacey!
It's wonderful hearing from you! Thank you for your kind words, I will be sure to pass your praises on to the team. It was really my pleasure to be able to assist you both in making your holiday extra special. We are thrilled to have you as returning guests- its always nice to see familiar faces. Thank you for making us your home away from home. We eagerly await your next visit.

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Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

We stayed from 7-21st Aug as a family of 4 with a 9 year old and 8 year old. Lots of positives about the hotel - most of the food (lots of choice for veggies), and cocktails were lovely and children enjoyed going to the kids club doing lots of different activities. They also loved the swim up bar.
Our room was large, clean and cool due to the much needed AC. Bathroom wasn't as bad as other reviews would suggest. Lazy river and slides also good. The children made lots of friends from different countries and could safely run around all day.
The views of the Maria Islands were beautiful. Loved the Harmony side when we got a chance to get over there (although it would be nice if it was truly peaceful by deterring people from 'sharing' their rubbish taste in music over there)...
We'd recommend Edmund Tours for their excursion to mud baths, waterfall, Sugar Beach etc. Excellent value for money and lots of cold drinks inc beer and rum punch included. Find them on the beach.
We'd also recommend doing Vernon's morning yoga and aqua aerobics (a hard workout!). My husband became a big fan and he's already superfit!
There were several things we think the hotel needs to do to improve. Firstly they need to improve the sound insulation between the rooms as we had noisy American neighbours above and next to us at one point running around and shouting until midnight - either that or have a quieter side or more lively side that you could choose to be in.
Secondly I wasnt keen on the Blu Bar / Beach Grill area - too dark and concretey and felt like a downmarket youth club. The grill frequently ran out of chips, the orders were done in the wrong order, and the servers there were not the friendliest. The table football table needs replacing as it was broken.
Thirdly there needs to be a lot more umbrellas around the Splash and Activity pools as the loungers with umbrellas were all reserved by 8am. We pale skinned Brits need a little shade.
It would also be nice if they had a kids disco at least one night as apart from the twice weekly outdoor food nights there was not much in the way of family entertainment. We played cards in the bar most nights.
The tipping thing was also a bit awkward for us as it's not a British custom whereas the Americans were tipping everyone they saw! The hotel has some great staff so we hope they are paid well and not reliant on tips.
All in all we had a lovely family holiday. Thank you.

Stayed: August 2017, travelled with family
2  Thank Claire O
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Chris C, Guest Relations Manager at Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa, responded to this reviewResponded 7 September 2017

Hello Claire!
I'm pleased to read that your family had such an enjoyable holiday at Coconut Bay. Knowing that your children are safe and having a great time definitely makes it easier to relax. You'll be pleased to know that as I type this our Beach Grille and Blu Bar are getting a complete overhaul, turning the place into a modern and fun atmosphere that you will be able to enjoy on your next visit. We appreciate your feedback as we continue to improve our guests' experience. Thank you for visiting, we hope to see you soon.


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Reviewed 5 September 2017

This was my first time visiting St. Lucia so needless to say my expectations were high. Those expectations quickly dwindled. I traveled with my daughter and as soon as we got to our room we were informed that our patio door was not locking correctly....not a big deal to me at the time and the maintenance person came and fixed it immediately. The room was a little below average for my liking. There were things that needed updating but it was ok. One of my biggest disappointments was the food. This is an all inclusive restaurant, I expected the food to be great, if not great, good...most of the food was below average in my opinion execpt for Calabash which was exceptional. The coconut walk restaurant which is buffet style constantly was not air conditioned and was extremely hot and humid. It didn't make for a pleasant dining experience. If I had my choice I would have eaten at Calabash for every meal, but unfortunately you have to make reservations for Calabash, Silk and Capri. So if you do stay at this resort make your dinner reservations as soon as you arrive because they book up fast. One of the worst experiences of the trip is that my daughter was bitten several times on her legs by mosquitoes...something I never thought about. The bites were very itchy and the resort ran out of repellent...it was a nightmare. We had our room sprayed, she wore long clothing but still continued to get bit every night. Make sure you pack plenty of mosquito repellent. Coconut Bay is about an hour away from popular attractions. If I would have realized that I wouldn't have stayed there...that is my fault. Some good things about the resort is that the staff was very friendly and Sonn one of the bartenders at the lobby bar made our stay pleasurable...without his personality and sense of humor it would have been a much different stay. The pools were nice and there were plenty of lounge chairs. I also really enjoyed the spa and had a very nice massage. Bottom line for me is that if I traveled to St. Lucia again, I would definitely not stay at Coconut Bay.

  • Stayed: August 2017, travelled with family
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Reviewed 5 September 2017

OK, was a little worried when I read the reviews, but happy to say my concern was non-existent - rooms are fine, good is fine and the staff really are exceptional.

Travelled with my wife, and 15 and 12 year old boys and have to say this was one of our best family holidays with something for everyone.
Located 5 mins from the airport by a waiting transfer we were checked in efficiently in no time at all by the very efficient Aaron. Situated on the family Splash side we were on the 3rd floor (couldn't really see much point on being on any specific floor personally as view obstructed by trees, but this is not a negative. Rooms well equipped - bathrooms were great (couldn't see what the fuss is about in some reviews, but ours may have had a refurb). Lovely air conditioned rooms with 2 double beds and a seating area. In room safe, fridge (2 beers, water and some soft drinks replaced daily), made our two week stay very comfortable. Also managed to get some in room Wi-Fi, but that's not what you travel to St Lucia for anyway.

Restaurants - breakfast was great; waffle station, crepes, eggs benedict, cereals, smoothies, other cooked items and great omelettes courtesy of Lynne. Next to the pool there was a Jerk Chicken house offering fish, chicken and pork and other locally influenced food and between the pools a pizza station offering bespoke pizzas, burgers, sandwiches etc and unlimited fries, nuggets, pizza, nachos, fruit, yoghurt etc which kept the kids happy. Bars were great offering premium spirits and cocktails (loved the French Quarters!) with excellent service at the pool bar offered by Stephanie. Great entertainment for the kids; 2 pools, lazy river, a couple of water slides, pool tables, table tennis, water polo etc made it a effortless to while away the day. Buffet restaurant and theme nights we found a little bit more hot and miss but that was more of our own fussiness than the choice and quality. Tried Slik (Asian), nice food and attentive service and Calabash (Caribbean cuisine) again great, and brilliant service courtesy of Marvin.

Went on a couple of tours (use Dylan on the beach from Grasshoper) for Soufriere and the mud bath, boat trip etc which was great and good value. Also went on zip lining through the rainforest which was excellent,, and through the hotel we tried horseriding and segways...both absolutely brilliant.

We travel a lot and what made the biggest impression on us was the staff - everyone said hello, and were not doing this for tips (us Brits don't do this ordinarily). From the managers cocktail parties to passing staff members in the corridor to they brothers doing the horse riding and segways, we couldn't fault anyone and was sorry to leave.

The resort was well maintained, and I believe currently closed for a little TLC that will make it even better. It was safe enough for the kids to have some freedom and just a great atmosphere.

One piece to add re the beach - yes its Atlantic, yes its a little choppy at time, yes it has turtle grass that is constantly being removed by a tractor. Did it stop us lying on the beach - no...did it stop us going in the sea - no, did it stop other travellers swimming or using the watersports - no......support some of the local traders, they don't give you any hassle, spend some time enjoying the company of the lovely St Lucians and enjoy everything the island has to offer

Stayed: September 2017
7  Thank phileasfoggtmc
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Chris C, Guest Relations Manager at Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa, responded to this reviewResponded 7 September 2017

What a wonderful review to read this morning! We are so elated that you and your family had such an amazing holiday with us and got to experience all that Coconut Bay and the island of St. Lucia has to offer. From our many dining options, to exploring the island, to interacting with our top notch staff, sounds like everything was really wonderful. We thank you for choosing Coconut Bay and we hope you make us your annual family getaway.


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Reviewed 5 September 2017

Visited St. Lucia for the first time 22 August thru 28 August. At first glance, the Coconut Bay was nice very tropical. My daughter and I were greeted with a Coconut Rum Punch, it was delicious. We checked in, in a timely manner and went directly to our room in the SPLASH section of the resort. Very tropical and beachy vibe. Until we got the odor of mildew, it was very over powering. We asked for another room and ended up upgrading to the HARMONY (adults only) section.

That $474.00 was money well spent, the housekeeping (Sephrine) was amazing and always very early. She made the stay well worth the upgrade. Front desk employees, Kimberly and Shawna were the best ever, always helpful and friendly.

The food was BAD, very bland, and tasteless. All the Resort restaurants were the same, horrid. The Silk had an asian flair, that was just plain disgusting. The only standout was the Calabash. The food was heavenly and very appetizing. With the exception of Calabash, we ended up going to the buffet after each restaurant. Nothing was kept on ice, All cold items were served at room temperature, the salmon, cream cheese, fruit, butter, every cold item.

Most upsetting was watching the Italian station making pasta with pats of butter that he had to pull out of the little individual containers. And there was NO TROPICAL FRUIT. Only watermelon, pineapple, honeydew, cantaloupe and bananas.

All in all, I probably would go back to St. Lucia, but not back to The Coconut Bay Resort Beach and Spa.

One final thing, the Spa was amazing!!!!

Room Tip: Harmony for adults, Splash for families.
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  • Stayed: August 2017, travelled with family
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Address: Beanfield, Vieux Fort, St. Lucia
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Region: Caribbean > St. Lucia > Vieux Fort Quarter > Vieux Fort
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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Ranked #1 of 4 Hotels in Vieux Fort
Price Range: RM1,082 - RM3,676 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4.5 star — Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa 4.5*
Number of rooms: 250
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Situated on 85 acres, Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa offers two worlds in one prominent oceanfront setting along St. Lucia's exotic south coast. Located closest to the international airport and the island's most exciting attractions, this all-inclusive resort features: 250 air-conditioned rooms, complimentary WIFI, 8 restaurants plus beach grill, 7 bars including swim-up pool bar, 5 pools (including 2 adults only), 1 mile of beach, complete fitness centre, oceanfront spa, the island's largest waterpark, supervised Kidz Klub, paintball, kitesurfing, snorkeling, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, daily activities, nightly entertainment and much more! Designed to please all ages, this casually Caribbean, incredibly all-inclusive retreat is perfect for singles, families, couples, weddings or honeymoons. ... more   less 
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Also Known As:
Coconut Bay Resort St Lucia
Coconut St Lucia
St Lucia Coconut Bay Resort
Coconut Bay Resort All Inclusive
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