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Coconut Beach Club
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Reviewed 6 June 2011

Flew in on Christmas Eve for a week of glorious sun, white sands, blue sea and peace............and got rain, seaweed, rough sea and bitten to death! Maybe we were unlucky with the weather but I wish I had known more about those pesky flies! Just don't travel without an abundance of repellent - the only guy I saw without bites had used a cheap one from Boots containing Deet. But I can't blame any of that on the Coconut Beach Club which is in a beautiful setting, although could do with a bit of TLC and some money spent on it. I think the pool had only recently been replaced or moved as the ground around it looked like it wasn't finished although no-one was working on it! Three star is probably just about the right rating as the rooms aren't anything special and not the cleanest although they are a good size and air-conditioned. Getting the light fixed in the bathroom took about 5 requests but it was eventually done. The best things here are the evening meals which are really good, the outside bar which offers pretty decent drinks and is cosy enough to chat and have a laugh with other guest and of course the staff who really are lovely. Just make sure that if you want a last drink they haven't shut the bar without telling you! We took a taxi ride into St John's and enjoyed the hustle and bustle of the town and visiting cruise ships but watch where you walk as the pavements are pretty dangerous. A trip to English Harbour to hear the beat of the drums and see the views is worthwhile but the cost of getting there from the hotel doesn't include the entrance fee so ask how much it is before going so that you aren't surprised when you arrive. Overall I don't think the Caribbean is for me but if you want a peaceful setting for a reasonable cost then you'd be OK with the Coconut Beach Club.

Room Tip: Rough sea - go for an upstairs room
  • Stayed: December 2010, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank North-South-Belle
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Reviewed 2 June 2011

Well, I can't say much more than what has already been written but the hotel is excellent if you want no noise, no load music, no activities and no children. Even when it rains there is nothing to do there, and it did rain every day of our 2 week holiday ! Although some showers were short a few a longer and it rained alot in the night. Due to this fact it flooded alot behind the new pool, and the nature reserve over the back of the hotel we were all bitten to death both day and night. The flies on the beach drove you mad whilst laying out but we found citronella kept them off of you a bit. The hotel did try to fog 2 or 3 times a week but to be honest it didn't make much difference. If you are going then take loads of mosquito repellent.
Beach is lovely and the sand went all the way into the sea with no stones or rocks or weed. If it does wash up a bit of weed then the grounds men rake it up. Snorkelling equipment including fins can be borrowed by asking at the reception for them and also 2 canoes. Sailing boat still not useable but you can ask to go to the sister hotel and use theirs.
Food is good, buffet breakfast and lunch with waiter service and 3 choices in the evening. I must admit presentation on the evening meals was excellent (and it tasted good!). There is no air conditioning anywhere in the hotel except in your room so at lunch and dinner it was very hot and sticky and there are no walls, all open air.
Went for a trip into St.Johns but the taxi fare was very expensive and you need a minimum of 4 people to go, and it's only a 10 mins. ride. No buses anywhere near and no where to walk to either. Quite remote.
Most of the staff were excellent, especially Jahinda, Cotton, Bernadette and Clifton.
There was one who gave you the impression you were a pain by asking for a drink at the bar etc. but most were fine. There is a lady who makes her own jewellery who sits at the top of the steps from the beach and her name is Gwen. Just let her know what you would like and she will make it up for you.
Two mornings we had a herd of cows coming down the beach and through the hotel but they were moved into the field behind but it was an interesting sight !
Didn't do any trips as we found they were very expensive but the people who did said they were good.
Buy a bottle of water at reception for $2 and when that is empty ask the bar staff to refill it for you to take back to your room.


I would certainly go back there mainly for the peace and quiet.

Room Tip: All rooms are very near the pool etc.
  • Stayed: May 2011, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank Schoolteacher2155
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Reviewed 27 May 2011

The perfect spot for an all-inclusive Caribbean getaway. This is a small (38 rooms) hotel on a perfect, near-private beach overlooking the entrance to St. John's Harbor, with wonderful staff, and a fabulous restaurant (full service in the evening) with imaginative menus far exceeding the usual all-inclusive buffet fare (and with one or more different vegetarian options every night). There's no disco, no on-site water sports, no separately themed restaurants, no swim-up bar, no animation, no night-time shows (save the occasional steel band). The clientele seemed to consist mostly of middle-aged couples--like us--who just wanted tranquility on the one hand, and nice cocktails and good food on the other.

All rooms have terraces or balconies, with two adirondack chairs (with cushions) and a hammock. Ground-floor rooms lead almost straight onto the beach. Top-floor rooms (there are three floors in all) have better views over the top of the palm trees. Some rooms have kitchenettes. I wouldn't bother paying extra for a suite unless you need a second bedroom for family or traveling companions. The "1" block (101A, B, C; 201...301) is closest to the restaurant and bar--but you would hardly notice--while the "4" block (104, etc.) is furthest away.

  • Stayed: May 2011, travelled as a couple
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7  Thank JacopoPeri
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Reviewed 13 May 2011

First time to Antigua and after much reading on in the internet, we booked two weeks at the Coconut Beach over the Easter period.

It was better than expected. Quiet, idyllic, laid back, friendly staff who did what ever they could to make your holiday special, without being too 'in your face'.

Spotlessly clean (beach and all surrounding area swept everyday), loads of sunbeds. We had the junior suite, so it was like having an apartment all to ourselves, with two balconies (with the wonderful hammock overlooking the beach) seperate bed room with king size bed, living area with another double bed, seating area, dining table, kitchen area with fridge and seperate bathroom. All clean and functional and being on the third floor, has superb views over the palm trees and beach to the front and overlooking the nature reserve at the back.

As previous people have said the food was outstanding, with a different menu every night of the week for the entire two weeks. Drinks were plentiful, varied (aloholic and non alcoholic) , good quality, whatever and whenever you wanted with no charge.

Entertainment was of your own making with the exception of the excellent steel band on Sunday evenings. This was just we wanted, peace, quiet, away from the hustle and bustle of modern life, no phones, no TV's (well one in the 'lounge' but we never used it.) Adult only resort.

If you are looking for a quiet, relaxed laid back resort with excellent customer service, excellent food, in a beatiful spot, then this is the place to be. We hired a car for a couple of days (quite and experience!) and did not see any other resort we would have preferred.

Only dissapointment was that the one and only sunfish sailing boat (which is supposed to be included as part of All Inclusive) was not operational and had obviously not been in service for some considerable period of time. Tour operators should really stop advertising this Because everything else was so fantastic though, it didn't spoilt the holiday.

Room Tip: Top floor - more privacy , great views.
  • Stayed: April 2011, travelled as a couple
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7  Thank LyndaLWales
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Reviewed 9 May 2011

We spent just the one night at this hotel, as we had already booked to stay in another during our stay in Antigua. We had asked for a junior suite as my father was also travelling with us, and we were given what was actually a small apartment. Much bigger than than the average suite and really well laid out, with both bedrooms overlooking the sea. Lovely, tranquil setting. The rooms and bathroom could do with a bit of an update, but they are fine as they are. The air conditioner in the room was very loud, though.

I had informed the hotel by email that two of us were vegetarians and they made sure that the food provided met our request. The food at dinner was delicious and imaginative. Breakfast was plentiful and filling.

The staff were happy to help, and obviously all like working there. We are looking forward to returning as soon as we can.

  • Stayed: April 2011, travelled with family
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3  Thank MsFancy101
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