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
This is one of the nicest Boutique hotels you will find in Mexico. My family and I stayed here for 3 nights and days. Everything about this place is amazing. The decor, the staff, the food, and the best of all is the unbelievable beauty of Soliman bay. We have traveled all around the world and Soliman bay is some of the prettiest water we have come across. The rooms are big and spacious and the staff is there for every need. The restaurant on site is one of the best in Mexico. Every night they have specials from homemade pasta to wood grilled lobster. The Jashita is the perfect place to get away for a few days or even longer. I can’t write enough good things about it.
The feel of this resort is from the get go very personal. The owner is on site and active,and it feels more like you are staying at a family members well staffed home! We stayed for 3 nights only but the restaurant owner Clemente became more like a friend whom we loved to sit, eat and hear his lifestyle journey and philosophy.
Rooftop sangria and views are a must.
Wonderful stay. Grateful for the experience.
A great place to stay if wanting to be a little away from Tulum. We rented a car and drove down from Cancun. The hotel has enough parking for a car and there's even a small little convenient store next to it. The service was great, especially the service of Uli. He was more than helpful with his recommendations and his service - job well done to him as he went the extra mile making sure we had a great time. We also enjoyed the food at the hotel which to know was surprisingly good. The breakfast in the morning deserves a lot of praise and an important piece to consider as there's not much to eat nearby - unless driving into Tulum. The gentleman who ran the restaurant there was a pleasure to speak with. I didn't get his name but he was helpful and a nice touch to the business. I would definitely go back - only next time when it's a little cooler and for travelers considering going to Tulum, double check the seaweed problem in the area. Luckily this property was in the bay so it wasn't a problem but other resorts had issues. Thanks Jashita for a memorable stay - all the best. Rob
Jashita is a true oasis, a beautiful boutique hotel in Soliman bay. Our room was giant and came with its own plunge pool. All of the staff is friendly, enthusiastic and takes great pride in their hotel. We especially loved the complimentary afternoon sangria at their stunning rooftop pool.
The best part of the hotel is the location in Solimon Bay. When we went this was the only hotel in Solimon Bay. It felt very private and secluded. The Bay is amazing with shallow, clear and calm water - photos don't do it justice.
There was a little construction going on when we were there, but it was manageable.
For our honeymoon getaway from Playa, I wanted adults only and no weddings type of a venue!
The room we had was on the second level and had a nice view. Splurge for a suite if you can.
Good - hotel offers kayaks and snorkel gear included
We had the breakfast included and it was delicious – with fresh fruit juice and amazing croissants. The hotel is owned by an Italian proprietor, so we also had really great pastas.