Jade Seahorse

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Calle Cola de Mico, frente a la pulperia del paisano UtilaSee nearby area


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Lonely Planet review

A bizarre boutique hotel, the Jade Seahorse features five oddly shaped but comfortable bungalows, each eclectically decorated with bottle art, mosaic tiles and iridescent glass stones. It took the owner, Neil Keller, 15 years to produce this dreamlike world, and staying here will certainly invoke your inner artist. The lush grounds are an extension of the rooms – pod-like steps, ocean tunnels, glass bubbles with funkadelic masks. It’s a trippy place, but the service, unfortunately, was less than friendly when we were there. The restaurant here is just as eclectic as the hotel. The rambling, artsy dining area has groovy tile work, unexpected colors and hardly a symmetrical shape in sight. The menu is nearly as creative, consisting mostly of vegetarian, seafood and pasta plates. The attached Treetonic Bar stays open till midnight.

Our independent authors have visited Jade Seahorse and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Utila.

Description provided by property

Offering a restaurant, garden and a terrace, Jade Seahorse is located in Utila, 15 minutes’ walk from the beach. Free WiFi access is available in this lodge.

The rooms will provide you with air conditioning and a balcony and a refrigerator. The private bathroom also comes with a bath or shower. You can enjoy garden view from the room. Extras include bed linen and a fan.

Guests can find restaurants and a bar within 300 metres.

This lodge is 100 metres from Utila Municipal Dock and 2.6 km from Utila International Airport.

Services & facilities

  • Non-smoking
    • Non-smoking rooms
  • Outdoor space
    • Terrace
    • Garden
  • Transport/transfers
    • Airport shuttle (surcharge)
  • Bar
    • Available
  • Restaurant/Café
    • Restaurant
  • Wi-Fi/internet access
    • Free WiFi
    • WiFi
    • Internet services
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