Jade Seahorse Treetanic Bar
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- Jade Seahorse Treetanic BarDec 26, 2013
Worst customer service I've ever experienced. They stole $300 from me. I put down a $300 deposit for the Christmas holidays and went there 5 days prior to checking in and was suprised to see the biggest spiders I've ever seen in every square inch of the place. So I asked for as refund and the guy who owns the place pretty much walked away from me while I was talking to him and had no desire to resolve the situation. Total f*cling asshole. Maybe he should lay off the acid and learn to run his business in a more professional manner. Don't spend your money here. I highly recommend the lighthouse. So clean and comfortable. And the owners Thelma and O'Neill make you feel at home.Recommended for:
- Jade Seahorse Treetanic BarFirst to ReviewJul 05, 2012
Imagine a bar born out of the remains of a ship wreckage and perched in the trees of a Honduran jungle. Add the hundreds of mosaics dotting the bar in a design best described as Gaudi-esque, and you have the most original lounge in Central America. It really has to be seen to be believed.
Treetanic is a popular hangout for locals and guests of its sister hotel. You're very likely to spot your dive instructor blowing off steam after a hard day of hauling oxygen tanks around the deck. The drinks are insanely strong and cheap, ranging from about 0.80 USD for a gin and tonic.