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... we were here, WE HAD ARRIVED!.
It was so nice to have a whole night’s sleep. The next day we all set to and cleaned the boat and made a few small repairs.
A strange coincidence the boat next to us in the marina is the boat that was attacked, we heard the story of what happened and talked to his wife, she seemed to be coping with her loss fairly well and was preparing the boat for sale. It appears that when her husband was attacked and punched ...
The flights from the US land on the southernmost point of the island at Hewannora International Airport. Visitors are greeted warmly by gate agents and making our way through customs took no more than 5 minutes. Everything worked like clockwork for transfers as well- we were met by our shuttle driver immediately and ...
... of Martinique from, and made me turn right around.
Next, I headed to Pigeon Island, which is actually no longer an Island as they have filled in the way over so that it is more of a peninsula. The area is a national park with a low entrance fee, and it is very much worth it. There are some very nice paths to walk along, so it makes for a good park. There are a ton of really great ...
... us ....which made us giggle ...the small things become appreciated and funny while at sea! So dinner was amazing and we were planning to have a bit of a dance floor on the fly bridge but by 10pm we were heading to bed/watch with very full tummys and little giddy.
The next day we woke up to No wind! It was a beautiful day and the sea dead calm so we went swimming, pumped up the stereo with reggae tunes, and then got a little braver and popped the tender in ...
... as we had to prepay with a US$20, but couldn't get US$ change. We attempted to make it easier by giving them $20 in change. We then had trouble getting back our original $20 note, but, having achieved that, we were still given local change for a lot more than a single dollar. It was impossible to get across the concept that $2.50 worth of local change could be split into some $US, and some local change. A charitable man might think the boss woman was ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Historical Traveler Reviews Coco Palm Resort Gros Islet
Great Location and great Staff!!!
I stayed at this property in October for 3 nights.
The property is great!!! The location is perfect if you want night life, beach and shopping.
The hotel staff was wonderful, after I checked in they walked me to my room and waited at the door to make sure everything was satifactory! The staff greated me everyday by my name and asked if there was anything further they do for me! The staff went above and beyond to make sure my stay was great!
The restaurant was nice, all outdoors...very tropical..good food!
This is a great property for families who may be traveling to St Lucia for a wedding and honeymoon couple is staying at one of the Sandals resorts...
Overall I would stay here again, it was great!
Everyone who travels can relate to the moment: the moment where the 4AM alarm wakeup, the bad airport food, the dragging the bags through a tiny airstrip airport, negotiating the taxi, the taxi drive through unfamilar country, etc; THE moment it all fades away...you are alone in the hotel room that took you 14 hours to get to-
Coco Palm saved my holiday!
We were moved to this hotel from the Almond Morgan Bay, due to it being incomplete. The Coco Palm is very simple bit very pleasing. Food was good, nice swimming pool, nice staff. Only a 5 minute walk from the beach, This hotel is a very good 3-4*, very pleasant. I think it only has 70 rooms or so, but they are really nice.
I was a guest at the Coco Palm from mid October to mid November 2005. I have stayed in many hotels and the Coco-Palm is one of the nicest. It is the fabulous staff that make it such a pleasant place. Although everyone was great, some of the ones who stand out in my memory are Aldrich at the desk, Miss Lynch (Cheryl) with security, and hosts Elina, Vikki, and Sylvia who made me feel right at home. The cleaning staff was professional and friendly. My second floor garden view room was always clean and neat and comfortable. The next time I visit St Lucia I will gladly return to the Coco Palm, and I am recommending it to everyone who asks about my trip.
My wife and I spent a week at Coco Palm, Rodney Bay in November 05 and can highly recommend this hotel.
My sister-in-law and I recently stayed at the Coco-Palm resort in Rodney Bay, St Lucia. We had a whale of a time. I have absolutely no hesitation in recommending this hotel whatsoever.
coco palm as a hotel resort is great. staff was very frendly and alwas aiming to please. hosts sylvia, vicki and anna were great! my husband and our adult family members vacationed 10-29-05 to 11-05-05. i have much to share with trip advisor members.
My husband and I spent a week here from 14-21/10/05 and had a lovely time. The 'tweaking' of the facilities mentioned by other reviewers was still ongoing at the time of our visit - the fountain outside reception wasn't working, the walkway to Coco Kreole was being re-paved, some rooms didn't have patio furniture etc. but as mentioned previously none of this detracted from the lovely hotel, excellent staff and great location.
The Coco-Palm is a new Hotel connected by a walkway to the original 'Coco-Kreole' so the benefits of the bars and restaurants of the Gros Islet area are equally as applicable to this hotel also. Make no mistake, the Hotel is so new that the final touches are still ongoing. On our arrival date of the 30th August minor work was still being done to the water feature outside of reception and a number of rooms were obviously in the process of being fitted out with furniture etc. (This was only apparant because the room doors themselves were open at the time, and not because there was any 'construction noise' attracting attention). I suspect by the time most people read this review much of the detail may even be completed. Our room was a ground floor 'pool access' room which is one of 5 to have private access to the very large pool(shown in pic). The room was well fitted out with an extremely comfortable bed/TV/stocked fridge/ceiling fan, modern coffee maker etc. and an a/c that was so efficient you felt there would be ice forming on any glasses of water you left lying around too long. No bath(tub) but a twin shower(with seat) and plenty of hot water. The pool itself is quite large but be wary of the footbridge that crosses at the narrowest point. As a swimmer there is barely room to go underneath without catching you head on it. Gardens are still in the process of being stocked, several mature palms have also been planted and though they are visibly 'new' I suspect that the year round growing season will ensure this doesnt last long. Continental breakfast is included and served outside in a covered area next to the bar which is also used for evening dining (which we didnt make use of).