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Reviewed January 26, 2014

We just spent a week at Jashita and had an absolutely wonderful time. Normally on vacation we are constantly on the go, packing in as many sights as possible, but I'm 5 1/2 months pregnant with baby #1 so we wanted a place where we could relax and enjoy some peace and quiet. I was worried that we might get stir crazy after a week, but Jashita is so fabulous that we only left once! I loved the location and being far enough away from the all-inclusive crowd. The beach, while a bit rocky, is very charming, and the small size of the hotel gives you a 100% chance of getting great seats on the beach! We found ourselves eating at the same breakfast table each day, relaxing under the same canopy on the beach, and then eating dinner at our favorite waterfront table at Sahara Cafe. We used the free kayaks and paddle boards every day, and also enjoyed swimming in the shallow water. The water was chilly at first, being January and all, but we quickly got used to it.
ROOMS: We spent 5 nights in a Superior Deluxe Suite, and then we were thrilled with our surprise upgrade to the Aphrodite Suite for the last two nights. The Superior Deluxe was very nice - however, after seeing one of the deluxe suites I would book one of those in retrospect as there was very little difference (we didn't use our patio plunge pool at all). The Aphrodite Suite is by far the nicest, most amazing room I've ever stayed in. If you are looking to splurge, you will not be disappointed. Talk about 'wow' factor... the views are unbelievable and we loved the private hammocks on the top deck. One small negative with the property is the presence of small, mosquito-looking bugs that get into your rooms (they don't bite)... however, the staff controls them as best they can with 2x/day housekeeping visits, so I can't fault the hotel at all. There is only so much you can control when surrounded by that much greenery! The rooms here are very nice and comfortable with great beds, and we were pleasantly surprised with the television and cable channel selection.
FOOD: Sahara Cafe is great - great enough that we only had one meal elsewhere (at the small shack at the other end of the bay, which is a MUST). We loved the breakfast assortment that's included in the price. For lunch our favorite choice by far was fish tacos, with the club sandwich a close second. Favorite dinner choices were the gnocchi, chile relleno (a special one night, not on menu), and the lobster dishes. The flan for dessert was outstanding and I ate it almost every night!
SERVICE: wonderful staff! So warm and welcoming to us. Our one outing was a morning trip to the Tulum ruins. The front desk arranged for a taxi to pick us up in the morning (I recommend getting there at 8 before the crowds), and they also arranged our private transport to and from the airport, which I also recommend. I'm glad we didn't rent a car, as the staff was very helpful with arranging transportation, and you can instantly get a taxi back from Tulum.
OVERALL: I HIGHLY recommend this hotel to travelers who enjoy smaller, boutique hotels over large resorts! It's a wonderful place, and we met some great people during our stay.

  • Stayed: January 2014, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank mhunter29
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Reviewed January 21, 2014 via mobile

Apparently yes, at least one more! Jashita is an oasis of calm along a coastline filled with boring all-inclusive resorts. The rooms are stunning, well-appointed, and elicit that "Aahhh" feeling of relaxation once you step in. This boutique hotel has a great private beach that offers free paddle surfing, kayaking, and snorkeling equipment. While the beach is a bit rocky and not ideal for running, they have palapas and lounge chairs that promote a full relaxation experience.

Since Jashita is in Soliman Bay, it's about a 10-15 minute drive from the town of Tulum, and a bit further to the main stretch of Tulum Beach. Taxis are approximately $20USD each way, and it can take some time for a taxi to arrive once reception calls them, so I recommend renting a car if you plan on traveling outside the hotel often. A compact rental car cost us about $70 per day. Please note that the hotel itself is not walkable to any sights or attractions. I should also mention that the reception staff were invaluable in helping us talk with the car rental personnel and negotiate dates and prices.

As an aside, you MUST try the restaurant at the end of Soliman Bay, about a 20 minute walk from Jashita. You will recognize them by the plastic table and chairs set up on the beach. Their ceviche and whole fried fish were delicious.

Overall, Jashita was the perfect place for us to explore Tulum for 6 days and to de-stress. Can't recommend this isolated boutique hotel enough!

Stayed: January 2014, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed January 15, 2014

We enjoyed a lovely stay at the Jashita over new year and the first week of January. The hotel has a very private location on a quiet bay with clear, calm, warm water. It is right on the beach with its own beach facilities. The hotel itself has attractive, well equipped rooms. Ours had a wonderful balcony with a great sea view. The hotel offers excellent dining opportunities in a nicely designed reataurant and a beach terace. Breakfast was consistently good. The dinner menu includes lots of fresh fish and good pasta dishes. The staff are friendly and courteous. Overall the Jashita is an ideal place for a quiet holiday on the Caribbean coast of Mexico. It is in a fairly isolated location. The nearest town, Tulum, is a bit shabby and disappointing but the nearby Tulum Beach area is worth a visit. Local trips can be arranged for seeing the Mayan ruins, snorkelling and going into the cenotes (limestone caverns and lakes). This was a highlight of our trip. The only downside was poor weather (lots of rain) in January. We would recommend going later, say in March.

Room Tip: Ask for a waterfront suite
  • Stayed: January 2014, traveled as a couple
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Thank John E
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Reviewed January 14, 2014

I stayed at the Jashita for four nights in June 2012 during my first trip to Mexico. We chose to stay in the smaller room to save money as we were splitting time exploring Tulum and then heading to Cancun. Loved the food, quiet beach, clean room and friendly staff. Breakfast was an amazing way to start the day before lounging on the bay or exploring ancient ruins. Definitely recommend if you are looking for a place to relax and unwind in a more secluded area.

Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
Thank Laurenmnj
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Reviewed January 14, 2014

We had such a wonderful stay at Jashita! Our room was so comfortable, every meal was absolutely delicious and we left feeling relaxed and rejuvenated! The beach was beautiful, calm waters and perfect for making use of the water sports on offer.
The staff were so friendly and efficient, the owner has done a fantastic job in creating a gem of a hotel. It was a truly memorable stay.

  • Stayed: December 2013, traveled as a couple
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