For the twelfth consecutive year, Coco Reef – Tobago has been awarded the title of Caribbean’s Leading Hotel at the World Travel Awards. The resort is owned by Bermudian hotelier and developer John Jefferis, who was recently inducted into the Tourism Hall of Fame.
Coco Reef Tobago has won two prestigious World Travel Awards at WTM this week. Mr John Jefferis, Owner of Coco Reef personally picked up the awards for 2015 Caribbean’s Leading Hotel & 2015 Tobago’s Leading Resort.
The Trinidad Hotels, Restaurants & Tourism Association has inducted Caribbean hotelier and developer John Jefferis into the Tourism Hall of Fame for 2015. He is one of only two persons ever to be inducted. The Tourism Hall of Fame recognises and honours those persons who have been outstanding performers in the hospitality and tourism industry and whose hard work, dedication and innovation make Trinidad & Tobago the destination of choice for tourists.
Hotelier John Jefferis is celebrating his 50th anniversary in the hospitality industry. Jefferis is the owner of Coco Reef - Bermuda, Coco Reef - Tobago and a number of other businesses in the Caribbean region, including Cuba. He started his career as a 15-year-old pot washer at a fish and chip restaurant in London.
John Jefferis talk to Breaking Travel News at the World Travel Market 2012.
John Jefferies, Chairman, Coco Reef Tobago, CHTA 2012
John Jefferis tells BTN about the latest developments underway for Coco Reef and the planned launch of a Fine Art Caribbean gallery which includes a tapas and wine bar in Bermuda.
Tobago’s Coco Reef has just devised a novel solution to ensuring birdsong keeps in tune with the paradise resort’s remit to provide the ultimate relaxation experience. BTN finds out more
John Jeffries, owner of Coco Reef in Tobago, talks to Breaking Travel News
The owner of Coco Reef Resorts Ltd. has spared no expense to build a $7 million, 4,000 sq ft fine art gallery and restaurant at the site of the old Trimingham’s store in Paget.
The Coco Reef Resort - Tobago, which was voted “Caribbean’s Leading Hotel” at the 2008 World Travel Awards, has just become even better following a major renovation of its spa facility.