Jashita, the intimate ocean-front haven nestles on the beach in Soliman Bay, around 12 km from Tulum on the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. Harmony and tranquility is the very essence of this charming retreat. The hotel showcases the lid-back beach elegance teamed with dreamy Zen style. A wonderful relaxing base, the hotel imparts a cozy vibe. Built by a Venetian family, Jashita offers incredible, unmatched personal service.
Jashita houses 15 beautiful suites. State of the art style and exceptional perfectionism have turned each room into a piece of art. You can book the Superior deluxe Suites, available at the cheapest rate. Though, this suite is the cheapest, it is generously spacious, admired in beautiful muted shades. The suite is decked with plump sofas and four-poster beds, draped in romantic curtains. The suite is also complemented with wide private spaces, which feature plunge pool with breathtaking bay views.
Now, if you desire to savor the amazing 360-degree views, choose the honeymoon suite. The hotel accommodates two Honeymoon Suites, located side by side at the hotel top. They can be combined together to form the Olympus Master Suite.
The honeymoon suites are hot choice for most newly married couples. During your stay at the suites, you will be facilitated with amenities like an iPod dock, air con, Italian linens, bathrobes and snorkeling equipments. All bathrooms come equipped with beautiful oversized rain showers. The sliding mosquito net doors keep your room bug-free. You will be welcomed with some exotic chocolates and a beach bag.
Groups looking for privacy can book the beach-house style Villa Jasmine, located right on the beach. Villa Jasmine also boasts an exquisitely designed interior, just like the hotel suites. The villa accommodates five kingsize bedrooms, all ensuited with bathrooms. The ground floor of the villa is quite spacious, with a lounge, dining area and a fully equipped kitchen.
The Zen-style Sahara Café of the hotel is a great place to recline in style, savoring some true delicacies. The breakfast includes a full cooked plate, tropical food salad, warm pastries and freshly squeezed orange juice. Your lunch will remain incomplete without tasting the fish tacos. For dinner, relish the fresh lobster or grilled fish. Most of the foods are sourced locally and fresh.
Now, if you are looking for some yummy meat platters, visit Hardwood, a charming, open-air, rosemary-bedecked, candlelit bistro.
The underwater seascape of Soliman Bay is worth exploring and you will find the snorkelling equipment in your room. When the sea is calm, go for sea kayaking beyond the reef. The hotel has also kept provision for beautiful boat tours. Many land day trips are also on offer. You can go for a trip to the Mayan archaeological site Chichen Itz. It is one of the Seven Wonders of the World and takes around two hours to reach. Now, if you are visiting the place from May until September, organize a picnic and head up to the coast of Playa Xcacelito, to watch the marine turtles laying their eggs.
The golf enthusiasts can visit the 18-hole golf course in Bahia Principe, located 7 km north from the hotel. For a refreshing experience, visit Tulum’s Playa Paraiso, where you will find a beautiful restaurant cum bar.