Soliman Bay, Yucatan Peninsula
At a Glance
One the of best snorkeling spots on the Riviera Maya due to the protected cove
Owned by a Venetian family with impeccable taste, attention to detail and personal service
The best of both worlds - a stunning secluded location (hard to find on the Riviera Maya!) but just a 10-minute taxi ride from Tulum and its hip restaurant scene
Superb for couples and honeymooners
Lots to see and do - scuba diving, kayaking, snorkeling, fishing, Mayan sites...
Jashita has a great restaurant, but for a change of scenery try the beach-side fish shack further down the beach where locals dish up fresh ceviche and cold Mexican beers.Sarah Lowe
Jashita is located in a small bay. On a calm day spend a morning trying out your stand-up paddle boards skills!Scott Dunn team
For an incredible view of Soliman Bay go to the ThousandandOne terrace and while you are there enjoy a cocktail in the infinity pool.Scarlett Richard
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 345 1763 to start planning your vacation to Jashita or take a look at our itineraries to the Yucatan Peninsula
Jashita is a beautiful oceanfront boutique hotel ten minutes by car from Tulum and located on a secluded stretch of Soliman Bay. The coral reef offshore protects the bay so the glassy turquoise waters are calm, and great for snorkeling.
Jashita affords 21 beautifully appointed rooms and suites blending laid-back beach sophistication with a minimalist Zen style with natural stone floors, luxurious Italian linens, and deluxe bathrooms. The colors of the Caribbean have inspired the decor of the Venetian built hotel, and it is clear that every detail has been resided over.
A large stone Buddha greets guests in the serene lobby area of the hotel, beautifully fitted with Indonesian carved-wood doors, Moroccan art, relaxing sitting areas and a library of reading books to while away an afternoon. The hotel's Sahara Cafe adjoining serves delicious and locally sourced Mexican and international dishes with both indoor and outdoor dining. Fisherman head out on a daily basis to catch fish for the evening's meal, giving you the chance to sample some exquisite fresh food.
Although the seas are superb for cooling off during the heat of the day, Jashita also has its own pool and some of the guest's rooms come equipped with plunge pools. The waters in the bay are quite shallow (waist deep). The secluded location of the hotel creates for a serene experience in which you will truly be able to relax, and enjoy the stunning surroundings.
Jashita's 30 rooms and suites are beautifully appointed in a cool minimalist style and are fitted out with modern amenities for a truly comfortable stay. All are air-conditioned with lovely garden or sea views, fine Italian bed linen, beach bag, bathrobes, snorkeling equipment, cable TV and an iPod dock.
For breathtaking 360-degree views of the ocean and surrounding jungle opt for one of the wow factor Honeymoon Suites - there are three of these in total and they are located at the top of the hotel. The Cleopatra and Neferti can connect to create the vast Master Suite, Olympus.
Located on the top floor, the Jasmine Penthouse is a stunning option with access to the top-floor pool, a large private terrace and comfortable living area with glass walls which looks out over both jungle and ocean. The Penthouse combines with the Jasmine 1001 Terrace to create a larger suite, offering complete exclusivity of the facilities on the top floor. Guests will also be able to make the most of 24-hour butler service.
Location & Directions
Soliman Bay, Yucatan Peninsula
Jashita is set on a stunning white sand beach in Soliman Bay, about 10km from Tulum on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. Jashita is approximately 1.5 hour's drive from Cancun International Airport, 10-minutes' drive from Tulum and 2.5-hours drive from the spectacular Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza (one of the new seven wonders of the world).
When to go
The best time to visit the Riviera Maya of Mexico is typically during the drier, slightly milder months between November and April. The ‘rainy’ season begins around June and runs until November. Although it can be hotter and more humid at this time of year, usually it only rains for a couple of hours before the weather clears. Hotels tend to have more offers during this time and the wettest months tend to be September and October and best avoided. Please note that the Caribbean coast can be affected by the hurricane season, which officially is from June to November.