Ratings based on 84 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby A verified travelerfrom great britain
ExcellentPosted Nov 1, 2014
Pros: Quiet and laidback atmosphere
Cons: Little outside maintenance
Location: Plenty see frenchie
Clean and tidy accommodation good food excellent staff
by A verified travelerfrom Carrolton, Ga
The beach was nice.Posted Aug 8, 2014
When feeling welcome to the hotel by management plays a big part and we did not get that and also fight the birds and mosquitoes as we eat.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Zita W.from Hungary/BVI
Very nice beach/location.Posted Jul 30, 2014 on Hotels.com
Our stay was okay, however there were significant waiting on requests/services - Caribbean speed? Room/bathroom and P/Areas looked clean, towels, linen was clean; shower curtain was not. We did not use housekeeping service during our stay so more towels would have been useful. I wish we could have free wifi in room as well as on the beach. Dinner was quite disturbed by mosquitos, food was nice though at all times, well worth to pay extra for all-inclusive. Some of the employees were friendly and nice while others didn't bother to make effort. Nice large pool with a view. The property, as far as location and beach could be a place for a .5 star resort, the rooms are spacious and okay for a 3 star, but the kitchenette area in the room and the building itself is worn and timed out, need a complete makeover, it's worth doing it to make the place as beautiful as its surrounding. By the way I was wondering why need a kitchenette if there are no china/silverware or glasses what so ever? All in all, if I would come to Antigua again probably I would choose this place again hoping it might become better. Location & beach would win over service and condition.
for Couplesby Kathleenfrom Houston, TX
Small secluded hotelPosted Jun 1, 2014
Pros: The hotel staff, location, beach and the food made our stay at this hotel very enjoyable.
Cons: The beach needs a daily cleaning of debris. The hotel could be painted to spruce it up.
Location: St. Johns is about a 10 - 15 minute taxi ride. Can take a 20 minute walk to another beach where the water is extremely smooth.
After we entered the reception and walked around the corner to go into the main area of the hotel, we were pleasantly surprised with all of the beautiful vegetation surrounding the pool, bar, and outdoor dining areas. The view from the pool was beautiful. Breakfast, lunch and dinner was excellent. I had fish daily and was surprised with the outstanding menu. The beach was pretty and secluded. One day 2 cows walked down the beach! We stayed at the hotel the majority of the time since it was so relaxing. Took a trip to St. John's one day to buy a few suveniors and enjoyed exploring the city. On Sunday, took a tour around the island and to Shirley Heights for the music, barbeque, and sunset. There is a small historical fort close to the hotel you can walk to and explore.
for Everyoneby XPfrom UK
Quick stay after saling in BVIPosted May 7, 2014
Expedia had overcharged us for the room, hotel staff were friendly and helpful and assisted is to resolve the mix up and upgraded us to all inclusive. Hotel has no self catering facilities.
for Couplesby Jonfrom London
Shabby (Chic) hotelPosted Apr 22, 2014
We had an excellent holiday based at Coconut Beach Hotel. It has a quiet unfussy approach. The staff are friendly the food is good if not wildly exciting and there is immediate access to the quiet beach. An ideal place to lose yourself. It is a hotel for couples, not families and this adds to the quiet atmosphere. For trips contact Frenchie - an expert on Antiguan life, generally the meaning of life and Manchester United football club. However, overall we thought the hotel was showing its age and a revamp of the rooms in particular would be welcome. They are clean but tired. Nevertheless, even with this reservation, I would have no hesitation in recommending the hotel to others.
Recommendedby Peterfrom Surrey
Our first visit to an all inclusivePosted Mar 1, 2014 on Hotels.com
We really enjoyed our 2 nights. Great location for our suite -a few steps onto the beach. Lovely setting for bar and restaurant with excellent food. The staff were so friendly and helpful. Many visitors had returned and we shall be doing the same. Very good value.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Posted Jan 7, 2014 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby TNTfrom Rockwall, TX
Great Getaway!Posted Jul 16, 2013
Pros: The small size made it very intimate. The beach is wonderful. The staff quickly learn you and your preferences. It is very laid back and relaxing.
Cons: The website lists sailboats as available but there weren't any that we found.
Location: The resort is near St. John's, which is the center of everything on the island. The island tours are nice and can be arranged from the resort.
My wife and I stayed at Coconut Beach the first week of June 2013. It is a wonderful small resort. There were only about 12 couples there during our stay and quickly got to know each other. Most were from England and in their 50's and 60's. Many were returning for their fourth or fifth visit. We had wonderful conversations comparing countries. It is all inclusive and the food was good. Breakfast and dinner were very good. No need for arm bands to identify you as a guest, the staff all know you and the hotel is on a beach that isn't shared by any other resort. The sand is soft and leads out into a beautiful bay. We had a Jr. Suite and it was more than big enough for everything we needed. The room was clean, the air conditioning worked well (important to my wife) and the views from the balcony were very nice. No telephone nor TV in the rooms but if you are an internet junkie, you can get good wifi in the outdoor dining area. If you're looking for a high activity, party resort full of 20 year old hardbodies, go somewhere else. If you're looking to get away from daily life without having to abandon civilization, this is a wonderful resort. We will keep this resort on our "return to" list. TNT
Recommendedby K. W
Do not stay herePosted Nov 10, 2012 on Hotels.com
The quality of food was bad and the room was decent but not worth the price. First, I wanted to go kayaking which the hotel lists as one of the activities that you can do on the resort. There was only one kayak available and it was being used by another guest with an unknown time of return. I then asked to use the snorkeling gear and the staff recommended us go to Deep Bay which is less than 3 minutes drive or 15 minute walk right outside the resort. We drove and went snorkeling for an hour and returned to the car at 12pm only to find our driver's side window smashed and all our belongings stolen from the trunk which equaled over $5,000 in losses plus I paid $600 for the broken window to the rental car company. I was later informed by the rental car company that it was the 2nd car that this exact crime happened to less than two months ago! I spoke with the resort manager and she told me that I did not let the staff know that I was bringing my belongings with me, if I had informed them. They would have told us it’s not safe. Shouldn’t they tell us its not safe either way? Secondly, she stated that her staff had said that we can choose to walk or drive and it was my own decision to drive instead of walking and that they takes no responsibility for recommending Deep Bay to us. We would of never went there if not for the fact that it was recommended by the resort!