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Cocos Antigua

Valley Church, Antigua

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Best price and excellent customer service

mr david vickers

08-Apr-2019

Excellent communication, responded to all my queries in a timely fashion, very professional.

I was dealt with in a cheerful and friendly way and informed about everythI

mrs beverley rolls

03-Apr-2019

Yes I would deal with them again after my experience last year and again this year

Happy Holiday

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02-Apr-2019

Really helpful, efficient, looking forward to our holiday now !!

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SAVE up to 20%

Book any room** at COCOS Hotel for up to 20% discount on our all-inclusive room rates.

  • Book by 30 Apr 19 for travel up to 31 Oct 19.
  • Minimum stay: 3 nights.
  • ** Excludes Sunset Plunge Pool Cottage
  • This offer is subject to availability and blackout dates may apply.
  • Any prices shown include all applicable discounts.

 

* COCOS Hotel is an adults only resort exclusively for couples *

The COCOS Hotel has a stunning location on a hillside between two white sandy beaches. It provides its guests with a secluded “get-away-from-it-all” holiday experience from its individual cottage accommodation, each one having fabulous views of the beaches and sea. The hotel is perfect for those seeking a tranquil holiday as it caters to adult couples only, no single guests or children are allowed.

Relaxation is encouraged at the Serenity Cottage Spa where a number of massage and spa treatments are available. The hotel’s swimming pool is also conducive to rest as it has a tranquil palm tree-lined location.

Activity aplenty is available at one of the hotel’s two beaches, however, mainly in the form of watersports. Among the fun to be had is the use of kayaks and other non-powered craft. Boat trips are available to the well-known Cades Reef, a prime area for diving and snorkelling.

Although the hotel offers plenty of opportunity to soak up the unique atmosphere and ambience of the Caribbean, most people will want to explore the island of Antigua at some point during their holiday. Antigua has strong links with Britain, having been a British possession from the 1600s until 1981 when it gained independence. Many of the attractions on the island are related to this period of its history.

For instance, the English Harbour was a Caribbean base for the British Navy right up to the beginning of the 19th century. The harbour area and Nelson’s Dockyard which is part of it, has been extensively restored to its former glory. The area is now a thriving shopping location with several fine restaurants and bars.

The fine climate and wonderful scenery of Antigua make it a prime spot for weddings and the hotel has special packages designed to provide a wedding to remember. Specialist staff will look after a bride’s every requirement and will ensure that the day goes according to plan.

Dining

All three meals of the day are included in your holiday price, as are tips and taxes. The hotel makes a point of using as much local, fresh produce as possible in its dishes. Cuisine is international with more than a suggestion of West Indian flavours.

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* Prices shown are per person and based on flight + hotel with 2 adults sharing