New Rolls Royce for Coco Reef

21st Jan 2003

The Coco Reef Resort Tobago has recently purchased an additional Rolls Royce for the use of hotel guests.
The new vehicle will be used for airport transfers, available at a nominal surcharge, and for island tours. The Rolls Royce, currently undergoing further customization, is finished in magnolia with an interior of the very finest hand stitched Connelly leather, and beautifully polished walnut trim.
The car is a relatively rare Silver Spur long wheelbase model, including all the fine touches that the Rolls Royce fleet is marque is famous for. The newest addition to the Coco Reefs fleet is expected to be in operation by early 2003.
The Coco Reef already has a 1959 Rolls Royce Silver Shadow that was owned in the early sixties by Errol Flynn. The seperation glass, between passenger and driver, is fully automatic and can be raised in five seconds. The glass is tinted providing the additional privacy required by the original owner. The Fifty-nine is a favourite with couples getting married.
Eic Feniet, Coco Reef`s manager, stated, “Our guest expectations are continually rising and the new Rolls Royce is one small facet of our continuing policy to upgrade and improve our facilities and services, to meet those expectations.”
The Coco Reef Resort is set in ten acres of lush, manicured tropical gardens. It overlooks the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean sea and its own exotic private white sand beach.


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