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
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
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.
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
Cleopatra Suite was perfect for a quick get away after my wedding. Easy travel from the States. Compared to the crowds in Tulum town and along hotel row, Jashita is a perfect quit paradise to relax. Soliman Bay is so quiet and beautiful. The best part of Jashita is the staff and customer service. They seem to have a preference sheet on you so when you're there they know everything you need and take amazing care of you. Do the yoga, spa and all the water activities. The restaurant is great too. I will for sure be coming back!
we had a lovely, ocean front room with a plunge pool. Jashita is the only hotel on the cove and the last property on the north side so there isn't any foot traffic. The rest of the cove is populated with villas and at the other end of the cove is a wonderful shack to get ceviche. There's a reef that protects the cove so the waters are calm and a beautiful blue without the sand getting stirred up from the waves. The grounds of Jashita are beautiful and "manicured" in a way that works with the environment and as I recall, there's little to no grass - it's sand. It's as if the rooms just spill onto the beach. The restaurant is very nice but not formal. I haven't eaten pasta in a long time but I had it at Jashita because it was made on site and was fantastic. The staff was also perfect. We went to dinner into Tulum b/c we had heard so much about it. That was a mistake and we retreated to the comforts of Jashita as soon as we finished dinner. I can only say positive things Jashita. It's just lovely and perfect.
If you are looking to get out of the fray from Tulum and enjoy beautiful Soliman Bay this is your place. You Can paddle board and kayak right off the hotel’s private beach and the service is wonderful. I would say the food is just OK but it
a solid 20-30 min drive into the Tulum hotel zone (400 pesos) where most great restaurants are so plan accordingly
The location is unique!!! Clean ocean with amazing reef protecting the bay !! The suites are amazing the service excellent! Food !!!!you must try the italian pasta freshly made daily in front of you and fish catch and brought by fishermen straight to the kitchen from the beach
The terrace and pool on the roof👍the CLEMENT SANGRIA 👍
have dinner by the beach with your feet in the water!!!
The host Tommaso is the best hotel owner I never met !!!👏👏👏👏👏
I’ll be back very soon
It's true that the road is bumpy to get to this beautiful resort, but it's worth the trip. Go through the narrow doorway and find yourself in a small resort that is designed with incredible style and taste. There is not a visual cliche anywhere. Lamp coverings made from cut metal from Marrakesh; beautifully carved doors and doorframes brought in from Morocco. All the public spaces, the gorgeous, natural landscaping, along with our room, were impeccably spotless. Jashita is about 20 minutes from Tulum beach. We went for lunch twice. It was great to be on the open water and do a little shopping, but we actually cancelled our dinner reservations at "hot" restaurants to spend more time in the quiet beauty of Jashita. There is plenty to do -- spa treatments, swimming in beautiful Solimon Bay, swimming at the adults-only pool (where free glasses of Sangria appear midday, along with rose-scented moist cloths and the offer of spray to clean your eyeglasses), yoga class, reading on the beach, snorkeling, paddle boarding and kayaking. Included breakfast first rate; all the other meals ranging from good to extremely good. And the staff! This is one of the most well-trained, friendly and kind group of people we have ever come across at a setting like this. They learn your names quickly. Their service is top-notch. To name a few -- Clemente overseeing the dining room; Julio and Eduardo serving dinner and breakfast; Brenda and Abi at the front desk and anywhere else they are needed; Sara, Arphelia and Manuel delivering facials and massages; Ilysees, the head concierge, seemingly everywhere, making sure that any need is graciously met even before you know you need it. He is amazing. And for everyone mentioned, there were others whose names, forgive us, we cannot remember. (Forgive, also, the misspelling of names.) Five stars all the way!