1 Traveller reviews from Holiday Watchdog
"These are one bedroom bungalows that are in the large part privately owned. In the road outside is a selection of abandoned vehicles that look like they have been there for an eternity and the area is surrounded by equally abandoned and ghostly building sites. There is not much to do in Antigua apart from bars but those that are there offer good value for money and excellent service.They are the only source of entertainment. There are a few "supermarkets" but some items are pricey and judging by the trade levels they would have to be! Quite? This place is. Ironically I was concerned about the resorts proximity to the airport but I have to say we were not bothered by the noise as the prevailing wind blows it in the other direction and it was more the morning propeller inter island flights that we noticed. These seem to be commuter flights. The CoCosol develpoment is circa 70s-80s I would guess and is well managed,maintained and very tidy with a good pool and lovely gardens. The on site supermarket and restaurant has long since closed but the bar is still open and carries on into the small hours and is pleasant enough. The people there are mainly Brits and are friendly very useful for getting local info and places to visit that are off the beaten track . Really liked the atmosphere of the development and felt safe and relaxed all the time we were there. They have a website (Google it) and there is wireless internet access available. Overall it is a gem set in a sea of abandoned building sites and I suppose with the credit crunch it will stay that way for some time. But, don't let that put you off. The reason I am writing this review is that I stumbled across the site whilst trying to re-book. So that should tell you some thing. "
- Travel date: 27th November 2008
Top traveller tips for Bungalows Cocosol
"In Antigua? it has to be all the restuaraunts and bars as that is all there is."
"Very quite, need a car"