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Coconut Inn
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Reviewed November 7, 2013

If you like a quiet, relaxing atmosphere with personal touch from the caretaker's crew, look no further. This was our 5th stay and one of the best. After traveling the coast, we decided to end our vacation here for 5 days. I breathed a sign of relief as we walked through the door. Everything was wonderful. The rooms are exceptionally clean, with daily housekeeping and fresh bed linens, as needed. Read through the other great reviews. They are honest and most of us cannot tell you enough of the great attributes.
My husband and I still prefer to shop at Publix & Shaner's Land and Sea Market, and then cook ourselves, in the tiny, fully stocked kitchen. We love to hang out around the inn and beach. Close by is Fort Desoto, where you can rent a canoe and see the manatees. It is a magical place.
And at the end of our stay, when we needed boarding passes printed, Eddie took a few minutes out of his busy day to help.
The beach offers plenty of beautiful shells, wildlife, water sports and sunsets. And memories that last through the cold months. Go and enjoy!

  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled with family
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5  Thank Thumbite
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Reviewed November 6, 2013

We stayed at the Havana (sister of the Coconut Inn) for 2 nights on 30 and 31/10/13. It was wonderful - beach just over the road and 2 bathrooms. Pass a Grille is a down to earth area - no hotels just a few guest house type things (UK readers will know what I mean) and the Havana has that type of feel. Two bedded apartment - washer, drier, kitchen and 2 terraces - one for sunrise and one for sunset! Fantastic. Could be more modern I guess but then the essence and feel of the place would be lost. The staff are so laid back it is great and are happy to let you take their chairs to the beach, use the bbq's and use the pool at Coconut which is just across the street. Lovely to wake up and watch the pelicans fly over the beach. We missed the dolphins when we were there - shame because they are there quite often I believe. This makes a fantastic break fro the theme parks of Orlando and is only abut 20 miles from Tampa if you are going to Busch Gardens. Cant recommend it enough. We had dinner at the Wharf and Sea Critters Café - fantastic fresh food - both of those deserve a 5 star recommendation as well.

  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled with family
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3  Thank Ellie B
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Reviewed November 3, 2013

We have stayed at the Coconut Inn on several occasions and have never been disappointed. The rooms are always clean and Eddie and his crew make sure you are taken care of. We enjoy the pool after a day on the beach. Perfect way to end the day. The beach is the perfect spot to unwind and feel like you are in paradise. Can't wait to go back!!!! Thank you Eddie and the rest of the crew at the Coconut Inn for making us feel welcome.

  • Stayed: October 2013
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3  Thank Bianca--Florida
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Reviewed October 30, 2013

We were looking for a quiet spot in a laid back area, and we usually want to stay away from high rise buildings and big hotels. That's why we booked at the Coconut Inn.

It's a small but neat hotel where Emilio will go out of his way to please you (he called his wife at home so she could lend us their own personal beach umbrella when the ones to borrow at the hotel were gone, which was more than appreciated with our 2y old).
The hotel also provided a crib for our toddler, and even though the space is limited in the room, it was never a big issue as we were there to be outside, not to spend hours in the room.

As everyone one else has mentioned, the beach is close enough that I walked back to the hotel bare feet a few times.

Jumping in the pool/hot tub after a day on the beach was great. My daughter kept asking for it, and we loved that it was in the shade in the afternoon.

In room7, you don't have a view of the ocean, but you just have to walk a few steps past room6 on the patio to see the sunset. We really enjoyed our room on the 1st level on that side of the hotel, because there is space on the patio and they have lounge chairs (our daughter played there in the evening). The other rooms across have more of a balcony, wide enough for a table and chairs but too small for lounge chairs.
We wish the table outside would have been a little bigger to accommodate the 3 of us for supper though.

The only real thing I can think of if I have to complain about something is how soft the bed is. Our first night was terrible, then we got used to it. But that is personal taste, and something so subjective can't really be considered a general flaw.

We would definitely go back in a heart beat.

  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed October 29, 2013 via mobile

I got room 5 and had a great ocean view. Service was very friendly and helpful. Good breakfast at the Hurricane Bar or at the beach bar one block away. Room is Ikea style but I have also Ikea at home. Bathroom very small but I was alone in the room so absolutely no problem Everything very clean!

Stayed: October 2013, traveled on business
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