Coconut Tree, West End
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCoconut Tree, West End
We loved staying our first week here. The front desk was so nice and helpful and everyone was so nice. The rooms are very rustic which made us feel like we were on an island holiday already. The only bummer was being right on the dirt road which was busy and caused a lot of dust. There is a brick wall seperating you from the wall whicih makes it better. Would recommend staying there!
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