This is the treasure chest of the Caribbean. If you are smart enough to know to go to the less popular islands, then you should reward yourself with staying here. It is commonly called The Jade Seahorse which also houses the island's most popular bar, the Treetanic. The noise from the bar was far enough away not to bother us, in fact we enjoyed the distant music alot. The rooms are huge, funky and comfortable. The bathrooms are worth a mention since even they are artistic wonders.
The absolute best part is the brilliant landscaping with plenty of outdoor rest areas to stare at the beautiful tropical plants and handmade glass sculptures.
The owners run the place and couldn't be more helpful.
If you don't stay here, your are missing out on a memorable lifetime experience!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nightland sits on a hill beneath the caribbean sky, surrounded by old tamarind trees. Designed by an artist, the cabins reflect a unique architectural style inside and out. Gardens cascade down the hill toward the Jadeseahorse restaurant and Treetanic bar, an elevated ship's deck built between three huge mango trees. Utila welcomes you! ... more less