Coco Reef Bermuda sits on one of the island’s loveliest stretches of beach and combines an imposing entrance and lobby with great coastal views from practically every room. The lobby has been designed by the hotel owner John Jefferis who has collected antique mirrors, plinths and chandeliers to create a breath-taking entrance to this intimate hotel. Surprising touches include the Library, available for private hire, decorated in dark red, with ornate mirrors, candelabra, and even has a mock open fire.
One finds Coco Reef Bermuda just a few miles and a 30 minute taxi ride from the international airport. The attractions of the capital Hamilton are 10 minutes away and include duty free shopping, restaurants, bars and a marina.
Guests include couples from the USA and UK looking for peace and quiet and old-fashioned service and style. Families also enjoy the safe aspect of the resort and the beach front location.
Staff are pleasant and friendly with a personal touch. This is an intimate resort with a cosy, casual vibe.
Coco Reef has 64 rooms, all with great views and decorated in pretty floral pastels with a colonial feel. The higher ones have a sea view, the lower storey rooms face the beach. All feature king size beds, sofas, flat screen TV, coffee machines, fridge, private balconies or patios and well-equipped bathrooms.
Food & Drink
Dining options include Café Coco and the Mediterranean style Tamara’s Terrace with views out to the famous South Shore. Dishes range from fresh rockfish and crab risotto to ribs and steak. The La Vista bar overlooks the ocean and serves Bermuda classic cocktails such as Rum Swizzle and Dark n’ Stormy. Light snacks and nibbles are available from the bar. Exclusive private dining experiences are available in the Library and Bermudaz rooms.
There is a freshwater swimming pool and tennis courts in the gardens. As well as the ocean front beach, there is a 220 metre elevated private beach. Cycle hire and snorkelling can be arranged through the front desk. Guests at Coco Reef can enjoy a free round of golf at nearby The Newstead Belmont Hills Golf Course.
Although Bermuda is a small island of only 21 square miles, there is plenty to see and do, from its lovely coastline to its busy capital and historic towns and villages. Scuba divers love exploring over 300 wrecks – the island has more shipwrecks per square mile than anywhere else in the Atlantic. The Botanical Gardens are two miles from the hotel. There is no car rental on the island, but mopeds are available for hire and the bus to and from town runs regularly.
See also: What is there to see and do in Bermuda
What is there to see and do in Bermuda
From $260 per night for an ocean view room.
Value for money
Coco Reef represents exceptional value for money in a region which is often over-priced.
Yes. Inter connecting rooms are available for families.
Yes, it’s free and available in rooms and throughout the resort.
Bermuda’s L.F.Wade international airport is a short drive away.
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