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Jade Seahorse (nighthorse)

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Jade Seahorse (nighthorse)

I am looking at going in mid-April 08 to the Jade Seahorse. Everywhere describes it as a resturant (bar?) , not a hotel.

Has anyone been there?? What is it like, how is the food, where is the beach... you know... any hints of what it would be like to go there for a true beach getaway for 2 adults.

Thanks for any help.


La Ceiba, Honduras
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I have passed by the Jade Seahorse and it looks attractive but I have no idea about the rooms. It is not located on or particularly the beach.

If you are a hard-core diving enthusiast with a $5-$10 a night room budget with a little extra for food Utila is the place to be.

For a true beach getaway for two adults I would consider the West Bay area of Roatan. Besides having an infinitely better beach there is a much greater variety of other activities on Roatan.

Charlie Meador, Coco Pando, La Ceiba, Honduras

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The Jade Seahorse is a very nice hotel with individually decorated rooms. There is a great sort of magical ambiance about it and its owners are great hosts. The food is great and they have the best fruit shakes on the island. Their bar Treetanic is great for and evening of drinks and is located on top of a massive mango tree!

The only downside is it is not a beach resort and it is not near the beach. To get to the beach you need to walk for about 15 minutes. It is located near a great pizza place at The Mango Inn hotel which is 1 minute way on foot.

Hope it helps.

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