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Reviewed 10 April 2006

Outside beach bar with 5 stools. Inside bar with 8 stools. Hope they never get a crowd as it was difficult getting service. One night, the whole bar left and went across the street to the Red Rooster. The bartenders were watching Deal or No Deal for 10 minutes. Then they left to watch people dancing in the pool area. The hotel lost a lot of money that night. We never spent another $ at the hotel.
Sunset Cruise- Book the Heatwave with Amy in the office. Great trip with the best food and service on the island.
Harrison's Cave- Do it
Oisten's Friday fish fry- go early
Flying Fish-eat as much as you can in as many places as you can find it.
Beyond the BLT sandwich for $13 Bajan there is little to recommend food wise at this hotel.
Drink the water right from the tap, it is great
Across the street you will be saved by a Bajan Deli, a small variety store, Mama Mia's, the Red Rooster if Romeo is working and Cafe Fred's.
If you still feel the need to go, it has a great beach to walk, all the way to the Hilton and the view from the Fort of Bridgetown Harbor.
We love Barbados but will stay elsewhere.

Date of stay: April 2006
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6  Thank pabell
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Reviewed 6 April 2006

I have to concur with the previous positive reviews. Big airy rooms, lovely ocean front views, excellent beach with palm trees, rocks placed in the ocean which break the waves and create a natural pool, colorful fish in the water which nibble your fingers, wanting to be fed. Nice little pool and jacuzzi. Service is great. Food in restaurant is nice but the service is awful. Plenty of great restaurants in St Lawrence's Gap a few minutes' ride away.

Date of stay: March 2006
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5  Thank anneenna135
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Reviewed 4 April 2006

The staff at coconuy court hotel are fantastic but the management treat them like dogs.The rooms are tacky and they have roaches in them.The food in the restaurant tasteless and expensive if you do go to this hotel eat at mama mias ot 39 steps.Also visit oistin's.

Date of stay: February 2006
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3  Thank TrailBlazer27000
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Reviewed 22 March 2006

Had a really good two weeks here. Reception staff were always helpful and friendly and especially the domestic staff. The beach was perfect and only a few meters from our ocean-view room. Nice intimate restaurant and lively beach bar at happy hour recommended! St Lawrence Gap is only a few minutes ride - catch a local taxi, No 11,only B$3. We went every evening - recommend Cafe Sol - friendly, good food and lively atmosphere. Also, within walking distance, Freds,small intimate roadside BBQ.Food homely british menu. Further along, Champers, a tasteful wine bar and restaurant overlooking the sea.
Our rooms, clean,adequately comfortable bed, constant hot water, cosy balcony for intimate drinks while watching the sun set.Beach towels provided daily. Shuttle bus to Bridgetown daily. Well worth hiring a car to tour island. Some lovely beaches to drop in. Rooms on front of hotel are opposite the "red Rooster" pub. Sometimes very noisy.

Date of stay: March 2006
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13  Thank GrandTour24153
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Reviewed 8 March 2006

Had a fantastic holiday here at Coconut Court..

Hotel - We had a Superior Ocean View Room which although may be considered slightly old fashioned by UK standards had everything you needed (A/C & ceiling fan, safe, hairdryer, iron/ironing board, Sat TV, very spacious, clean, absolutely huge comfy bed which allowed both of us to sleep spreadout like starfish!) & a priceless view of the beach and sea..

People - All the staff at the hotel were lovely - special mention to Kevin (always singing), Nicole (Activities Co-ordinator), Amy (Reception) and all bar staff.. Always smiling and always happy... All the Bajan's we met were absolutely delightful & could not have made us more welcome.

Things to do while you're in Barbados..

- go out on a Catamaran so you can snorkel over ship wrecks & swim with Hawksbill Turtles (totally amazing experience).. I'd recommend to use 'Tiami' to do this.

- go to Oistens on a Friday night... It's called a 'fish fry' although the fish is actually BBQ'd.. It tastes absolutely delicious.. You basically get in line & choose which fish you want & it's served with salad, rice & peas (actually beans), fried plantain (delicious) and macaroni cheese.. Great washed down with a bottle of Banks (local lager)... Yummy..

- chill out on the beach with a Pina Colada or cocktail of your choice

- have a night out or two in St Lawrence Gap (the liveliest resort on the island although not overtly lively and no sign of lager louts as with the horrible resorts in Europe!)

- take a trip to Bridgetown for some duty free shopping although some of the perfumes are actually a little cheaper in UK airport due to exchange rates, etc

- use the public transport as much as possible!!! There are 3 types of buses. Our favourite were the 'Disco Buses' or 'Boom Boom Boxes'.. these are little white minibuses with a burgundy stripe down the side.. A number 11 goes from Bridgetown down to Silver Sands (which is past the Airport).. This route covers Coconut Court & there is a bus stop right outside (altho the buses tend to just stop for you anywhere anyway!) It only costs B$1.50 to go anywhere - so much cheaper than getting a cab & so much more fun!! Although perhaps a little intimidating at first - these became one of the highlights of the holiday!! I'm still amazed at how many people they manage to cram in to them!!

Places to eat...

Josef's (beautiful setting - expect to pay London prices but well worth it - exquisiste food), Pisces (delicious seafood in prime location - London prices again but sooooo worth it) and Cafe Sol in St Lawrence Gap.

More local to the hotel I'd recommend Mamma Mia - this is the Italian just across the road..

Other helpful bits of info..

Nearest ATM is Bank of Canada - turn right out of hotel entrance & it's a 5/10 mins walk down road on opposite side

Nearest place to get a Coffee/Latte/Mocha.. there is a little cafe within the Amaryllis resort which is the next hotel up the coast.. they do nice muffins & carrot cake too!

There is a convenience store just next to Mamma Mia

The nearest Chemist - turn left out of the entrance & keep walking until you reach 'Bridgend House' which is a medical centre (next to race course & Garrison Historic Centre) there is a chemist in the building next to the centre..

Hope you find this info useful & enjoy your time a Coconut Court... Can't wait to go back next year!!!

Date of stay: February 2006
26  Thank MaryMacBristol
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