Cove Haven Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCove Haven Resort Lakeville
This was supposedly my honeymoon trip and we took the Cove Fantasy room type. There are lot of things that amazed us apart from the room itself.
There are lots of activities around, friendly atmosphere and more important lots of love. 3 days/ 2 nights would be a good amount of time to enjoy in and around the resort. Only downside is the room was old styled, needs an upgrade.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
Historical Traveler Reviews Cove Haven Resort Lakeville
Honeymooned at Cove Haven
My husband and I were married in April of 2003 and honeymooned at Cove Haven. We stayed in a Garden of Eden Apple room. It was fantastic. We do not know anyone else who had a hot tub and swimming pool and Bose radio/CD player in their honeymoon suite. The food was delicious especially the Prime Rib on Sunday night,you could cut it with a fork.
April is off-season and there were times when we felt we had the whole resort to ourselves, that is when we chose to actually leave the room.
My only compliant is that there was too much smoke in the entertainment areas so I was unable to attend much of it. They are now providing smoke free suites so there seems to be a trend towards addressing this.
This April we are returning this time to the all new Juliette suites which have hot tub, Bose, two TV's with video and DVD so my husband and I should be able to keep ourselves entertained.
My husband and I got married there December 26, 2003 and it was wonderful. We met a really nice couple there Rubin and Julia and it's to bad we didn't exchange addresses because they were so nice. We plan on going back. We stayed in the Garden of Eden Apple Suite and it was lovely. We also had our wedding performed there at the resort and it was unforgettable in every way. I would highly recommend this place to everyone.
Ok, but overpriced
My boyfriend and I stayed at Caesar's Cove Haven over the weekend of Dec. 12-14, 2003. The staff at the resort was very friendly and usually very accommodating. However, both in our mid 20s, we felt like the resort was a little outdated for our tastes but OK overall. Our room, the Juliette, had all the promised amenities a heart-shaped whirlpool, round bed, and fireplace. The carpet was a little old and musty and felt a bit wet when we arrived. The room's whirlpool was great and the bed was relatively comfortable, but it wasn t the cleanest or most elegant room we ve stayed in (especially for $300 a night!!!). When we used the shower, there was a bar of used, unwrapped soap leftover from previous guests. It definitely wasn t a five-star room. We didn t do many of the planned couples activities at the resort, but stuck mostly to the 24-hour health spa and sports palace. The health spa was fun. The two whirlpools were underheated and we had to wait 30 minutes to heat up the sauna ourselves. We played ping-pong and Skee-ball in the sports arena, which were both fine. After one full day at the resort, though, we felt like we d exhausted most of our entertainment options and were ready to head home. The breakfast-in-bed service was timely, but the food, including our sausage, eggs, french toast and coffee were all lukewarm and unappetizing. The food provided (all-inclusive) in the dining hall was good, but we got a little tired of sharing all our meals with other couples. Overall, it was an OK, pretty fun weekend, but way overpriced for what we felt we got.
My husband and I were married September 6th, 2003 and honeymooned at Caesars Cove Haven. It was such an amazing week. Not only was our room beautiful, but the meals were excellent, the daily social activities kept us busy, and the people were always there to greet you and make sure everything's okay!! Our honeymoon was exactly what we wanted and then some! We're definitely going back for our 1st anniversary, and we'd definitely recommend going here!!
Seth & Michelle T.
Champagne Towers Awesome!
My husband and I, newylweds, married on Oct. 11, 2003 and honeymooned at the Cove Haven Caesar's Pocono Resort. We stayed in the Champagne Towers and it was absolutely beautiful. The entire stay at the resort was wonderful. The people were great, the activities fun and filling and the food gets a two thumbs up!! We are saving our pennies to return for our 1st year anniversary. WE LOVED IT!!!!
Robert and Jacquelyn Newman
Caesars was GREAT
My new husband nad I went to Cove Haven on our honeymoon. We stayed in the Cove Harbour Suites the split level room was fabulous. the heart shaped heart tub was more than accomidating for us. There was so much to do we never wanted to go home. The food is great and the entertainment was wonderful. Donald our social director was a riot. I would recommend Cove Haven to any couple old or new
We go twice a year
We live only 30 min away from Cove Haven and go twice a year for a weekend in November and in May.We've stayed at all but one of the Resorts and Cove Haven was the best so far.The Staff treat you like u are the only 2 people there and your every need is taken care of.So far we have stayed in The Champagne Towers,The Garden of Eden Apple, The Julliette and The 3 Level Blue Room at Casers Pocono Palace in Marshalls Creek(Can't remember the name of that room)Our favorite is The Garden Of Eden Apple and of course The Champagne Towers.The rooms are expensive but keep in mind the only extra you pay for are drinks,everything else is included.This is a place you must go if you like romance.I love it and will continue going for as long as I can.
The best time i had ever
This was our first time to caesars resort ever and the only thing I can say are rave reviews. Everything and we do mean everthing was perfect. the staff was friendly and curtious and the other couples staying there were as well. Now grant u we didn't take advantage of the sports and activities because we only left our room for dinners. But it was like goning to a deserted world noone exsisted unless we wanted them too. It was my best getaway/vacation ever. Thank you for a time we will never foget. And WE Will Deffently BE BACK !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
My husband and I honeymooned at Caeser's Cove Haven in Jumy 2001. I am just now writing this review because I just recently discovered this site.
THIS PLACE IS AWESOME!!! The rooms are simply unbelievable. Clean, state-of, the art, super-private... We stayed at a "Garden of Eden Apple" Suite for 3 nights, and a "Cleopatra's Tower" suite for 2 nights. I would highly recommend doing it this way so you can experince both types of rooms.
The staff is SUPERB! I have never seen a staff so attentive and respectful. Plus, being honeymooners, you get special perks like first seatings for meals, etc. The food is AWESOME! We ate and ate and never had the same thing twice.
There are lots of water activities, game-show type contests for honeymooners, and excellent pools. The nightly entertainment was okay, but we spent more time partying in our room (how often do you have a room with it's on swimming pool, jacuzzi, and sauna?!).
We would love to go back and I highly recommend Cove haven to everyone for their honeymoon experience.
The Epitome of Romance
My husband and I stayed at Ceasar's Pocono Cove Haven resort for our honeymoon. We could not have picked a better place. It is for couples only and the romance here is contagious. They have excellent activities and great food. Choose to eat breakfast in the dining room or order room service.
By all means, please stay in the Champagne Tower. This room has a 7 foot champagne glass tube. Don't ask me how you get in, you'll have to go to find out.
If you want romance, THIS is the place!
TripAdvisor Reviews Cove Haven Resort Lakeville
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