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What We Love

  • Daily breakfast, a welcome bottle of wine and a box of chocolates is included in the Jetsetter rate
  • Soliman Bay’s secluded slice of beach life, just north of Tulum proper
  • For all its honeymoon appeal, Jashita offers a family-friend break, with kids cots, babysitting and beach bassinets

What To Know

  • It can feel isolated; Jashita’s a 10-minute drive from Tulum’s shops and restaurants
  • Room service and in-room phones are noticeably absent
  • Children 10 and under are not permitted in waterfront suites
  • READ MORE: 72 Hours in Tulum

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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Overview

Beachfront design digs just outside Tulum, with a Zen vibe, family-friendly amenities and Soliman Bay views

The Look

Borrowing as much from far-flung lands as from its own surroundings, Jashita’s eclectic but Zen design (expertly fashioned by the owners) blends all four corners of the globe using neutral sandy tones and the occasional splash of color. Traditional thatched palapas shelter giant Buddhas, while Moroccan carved tables and urns work in harmony with Indian print cushions, exotic local shells and fine Italian stone.

Bed and Bath

The soothing, muted tones continue through the bedrooms, which are brightened by burgundy accents in cushions and wall hangings. Thoughtful design details include shell curtain ties, room-numbered beach bags and sliding mosquito net doors, plus such standard accoutrements as a minibar and iPod docking station. The natural stone bathrooms are a little on the narrow side but have powerful rain showers.

Beyond

Jashita’s homegrown charm radiates through the Sahara Café’s Mexican-Mediterranean menu (also served poolside and on the beach). Personal creations from the property’s Italian owners include Tomasso’s Angus filet in Cabernet sauce and Enrico’s spaghetti à la pescatora. The exquisite fish carpaccio (served two ways) is the top tapas option. Margaritas are made to order, and breakfast, served beachside, is fit for a king. The diminutive spa offers massage treatments.

How to Get There

Jashita Hotel
Soliman Bay
Tulum, 77780 Mexico

Reviews

5.0 Excellent 830 Reviews
Absolutely DIVINE- heaven on earth
Reviewed 1 week ago

WOW! We have just had 3 nights stay at this simply stunning and unique boutique hotel. Our only regret is that we aren't staying longer.
Everything about this hotel is perfection. We had a beach front room with breathtaking views over the stunning blue ocean. The rooms are divine, the staff are so lovely and the restaurant is beautiful. The massage in the beach front shala was exceptional.
Without question I would recommend this to everyone and anyone. It is not often you find a hotel as perfect as this one in every one. Don't look at another hotel, we will be back.
Thank you to all the beautiful people at Jashita that make it what it is and were so beautiful to our 4 year old.

We had a blast!
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you are looking for the perfect place for a quiet and relaxing luxurious stay then stop looking - you found it! We stayed in June in a suite as a family of 3 (son 14) and I have only good things to say. The hotel is perfectly situated (once you make it down the bumpy road) and everything is in great shape. You have direct beach access, the water is crystal clear and you can snorkel or use the Kayak or paddle anytime during the day. Riviera Maya is sometimes hit by Sargaso (a non-dangerous brown alga) that - thanks to global warming - is then sitting on the beach. But the team is working every day to make the hotel guest not recognize much of it. The rooms are modern, functional, clean and in perfect shape (not all rooms had Nespresso type coffee makers at the time we had been there so ask for it in case that is of importance to you). Our suite had a terrace with two hammocks and a private roof top. The service, the team and the cuisine are outstanding. Sitting in the restaurant right on the beach or on the roof top sipping a Margarita is exactly what you want. You are centrally located so you can do all the fun stuff like visiting Mayan sites, dive in cenotes or make a trip to Sian Ka'an nature resort. Tulum is a 10min drive with plenty of Taxis available or just rent a car like we did. There is a vibrant party and restaurant scene (in case you need that) on the beaches south of Tulum that you can hit in 20min by car. Bottom line best place we ever stayed in Yucatan/Q.Roo.

Serene
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Jashita was a lovely hotel that took us in last minute. The hotel we booked had construction next store that unfortunately could not be avoided. We set out and won the lotto with this find. Upon arrival we were greeted by staff and were handled like VIP's. We were shown rooms to decide which would work best for our stay. This hotel was truly an escape from the troubles of the world. The scenery itself is divine. The service was first class and the there was no bad meal. We ate there almost every night. During the stay we snorkeled the coral reefs and kayaked with the free equipment the hotel offered. The breakfast was free and very peaceful without a rush. We had service laying by the beach and the staff was very attentive to our needs. My favorite part was the outdoor shower by the pool. They leave the best smelling toiletries to help you feel refreshed before laying out by the pool from the beach. This stay was a treat for us and we were completely spoiled by the experience. Each time we returned to our room the linens were clean and toiletries refreshed. The hotel is very clean and I was not bit by one mosquito during our stay, There is a corner store for any extra necessities. We would stay here again in a heartbeat.

Best hotel on the Riviera Maya (near Tulum, Mexico)
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My wife and I just returned from Jashita Hotel in Tulum, Mexico. It was our eighth trip to Jashita Hotel and the visit best ever. The staff and overall accommodations are second to none. The Jashita Hotel is a beautiful full service hotel with a wonderful restaurant, excellent food and a superb wait staff. The wonderful front door staff greets you upon arrival and you immediately feel at home. They are warm, friendly and very helpful in every way. The rooms are luxurious, spacious and completely clean (in fact maid service is twice daily). Landscaping around the Jashita grounds makes one feel like they are on a South Seas Island. We will return again this winter and we are planning another trip for next spring. Jashita is easily the best luxury resort hotel in all of the Riviera Maya.
We hear stories here in the United States of crime or danger in the Riviera Maya area but my wife and I have been visiting Tulum for years and years and have never witnessed any crime in any form. The people in Tulum are kind, friendly and very warm to Americans. The feeling of safety and being secure is felt by everyone. Jashita Hotel is particularly safe while being located on beautiful Soliman Bay (about a ten minute ride from downtown Tulum. Conch Shells and small reefs are found in abundance in Soliman Bay and the on site activities are as active or as passive as you desire. We highly recommend Jashita Hotel and know you will find it as lovely, peaceful and wonderful as we do. This place is a can't miss destination resort!

Best Hotel in Tulum! I Had my Wedding Here!
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

In October of 2017, I did a TON of research on Tulum and the surrounding area. If you're reading this review, it's because you are like me--trying to find the BEST place in this magical town. I found that aside from being written up by Forbes Magazine as the place to stay, even the 5 star reviews posted on numerous websites underestimated what it truly is to stay here.

When my husband and I visited for the first time in 2017, we didn't know what to expect. We travel all over the world staying in the most amazing places and only hoped for the same luxurious experience. I am not one for staying in or around a hotel zone, so keep in mind the hotel zone is about 20-30 mins away. But with that said, the beaches are calmer, clearer and quieter at Jashita--something we prefer and enjoy.

Out of all my travels in the world, the service level at Jashita cannot compare. They staff 3 people to every 1 guest at their property so you are never without anything. Brenda, Abigail, Ulysses and Clemente welcome you and make you feel right at home from the second you enter.

We were lucky enough to meet the owner, Tomasso, the first time we travelled there. His warmth and hospitality just added to the already beautiful experience we were having. There's something to be said for a place where the owners and staff truly respect one another--something you can see when you're there--the staff enjoys working there and take pride in their work--something that can only be instilled through ownership/management.

The food is AMAZING--specifically the pasta because the owner is from Italy and the pastas are freshly made. But even the meats (and of course the seafood) are not to be missed. Breakfast is a multi-course meal with fresh fruits and juices, homemade croissants and a variety of hot entrees-- a great way to start the morning. I'd highly recommend the ceviche for lunch or a midday snack-- it's extremely fresh.

Jashita is quiet and relaxing but activities still are plenty. Kayaks, paddle boards and snorkels are at your disposal as well as separate options you can pay for (boat rides, visiting the nearby cenotes, etc.). But I of course just love relaxing by the beach or one of their 3 pools. There's something about listening to the waves and hearing the nature around you that is so very calming.

Since our October 2017 visit, we came back a few other times, the most recent time being when we bought out the property May 3 - May 6 for our wedding. I'm writing this review as a guest, but also the experience of working with Jashita to put on the best celebration of my entire life.

Even though Tony (my husband) and I had travelled here quite a few times, we still were a little unsure of what to expect planning a wedding in another country. My best friend and wedding planner, Stacey Feldman (Peacock Premier Events), worked closely with Brenda and her team to deliver a 4 day, 3 night wedding celebration with the buyout of Jashita to accommodate all 50 of our guests. Everything was handled with love and care. And despite being far from home, Jashita was easy to communicate with and very accommodating with our needs over the months of planning.

Our event included live music, a DJ, mariachi band, fire dancers, drummer performance, saxophone player, churro carts....you name it, we had it--and Jashita worked with Stacey to make sure everything ran smoothly.

I could go on and on about Jashita and our wedding (as our friends are still talking about how much fun they had and how they loved the property). But it's something you truly need to experience for yourself. When it comes to giving a place 5 stars, it's not simply about what it looks like, but instead, what it feels like--and Jashita is well deserving of every star.