The North Coast Hotels


Cofresi Palm Beach & Spa Resort

At a Glance


  • so much variety: several pools, many bars and restaurants, and a theater
  • 24-hour food and beverage


  • new buildings have generic stucco facades
  • too sprawling and hilly for anyone with bad knees
  • most rooms don't have even a side view of the ocean

Cofresi Palm Beach & Spa Resort Review

Marketed to couples as well as families, this high-volume contemporary-styled resort wisely has reserved 18 primo spa suites for adults only, and families do not normally opt for the two ocean-view penthouses. A new concept is the 60 residences for long-term rentals. Of the two spas, you will love the Yin-Yang—and you'll probably need a deep-tissue massage if you partake in just a fraction of the available activities here. This resort has always enjoyed wedding and conference business; there's also an active children's club and a teen program. Unfortunately, this AI plan includes only domestic-brand alcohol (though international is available for an extra charge), except at Sunday's gala beach party, when chefs grill lobster, shrimp, and steak and prepare international specialties. Exotic dancers perform, and a high-energy band will have you dancing in the sand—at least until the fireworks cry out.

    Hotel Details

  • 468 rooms.
  • Rate includes all-inclusive.
Updated: 03-12-2014

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