Concierge.com's insider take:
Coco Reef's 135 rooms, suites, and villas occupy a prime stretch of beach between Store Bay and picturesque Pigeon Point. A winding road dotted with white Grecian statues leads to the porte-cochère, where the hotel's two classic Rolls-Royces (one for tours and airport transfers, the other for decoration) are parked. Entwined in bougainvillea and alamanda blossoms, the low-rise gingerbread-trimmed resort exudes privileged style, although the spacious, saltillo-tiled rooms—most with sea-view porches or balconies—can feel slightly worn. Rates include breakfast buffet and use of the pool, beach, tennis courts, and (nonmotorized) watersports equipment. Guests gather in the evening to rehash their diving and birding adventures over cocktails in the mezzanine lounge, or over dinner at the Tamara restaurant.