Jashita Tulum

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Jashita Tulum Hotel - An Honest Review

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Jashita is a small and stylish hotel located on the Caribbean shore near a pre-Columbian archeological site in Mexico. The hotel’s decor is simple yet modern, reflecting the serene colors of the sky and sea. The furnishings include comfortable straw loveseats, open bathrooms, and soft sofas in shades of light sand and white seashell.

All standard rooms have a view of the garden, while all suites have an oceanfront view and offer a more dramatic setting. The suites come with additional amenities, such as a king-sized bed with fluttering white canopies, a palapa-style ceiling, and a spacious private terrace with complimentary prosecco chilling in ice buckets.


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All guest rooms, regardless of category, have various appealing amenities, including Italian bathrobes, snorkeling equipment, Wi-Fi access, and iPhone stations.

There are various facilities available outside the hotel, such as a beach palapa, a small cafe and restaurant, and a swimming pool that offers a view of the aquamarine ocean. Some guests prefer staying within the hotel premises while others choose to explore the nearby coral reef by going snorkeling, diving, or fishing. 

Those who want to take a break from the tranquility of Jashita can visit the nearby beach clubs and bars to socialize with stylish Italians on vacation in Playa del Carmen.

How to Get to Jashita

Located in the Riviera Maya, just 20 minutes north of Tulum, Jashita Hotel is a luxurious boutique hotel that is approximately 120 km or 1 hour and 20 minutes away from Cancun International Airport. The hotel is eco-friendly, has a beautiful secluded beach, and offers upscale designs and top-notch service. Despite having only 30 rooms, the hotel provides a personalized and authentic experience for guests.

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The Lobby

The lobby of Jashita has a peaceful and calming ambiance featuring a magnificent sculpture of Buddha and elegant Asian accents. It offers a luxurious setting with multiple cozy sofas, making it more than just a regular waiting area.

The Room

The suites have a modern and chic style that creates a refreshing elegance throughout the entire place. Each room has a four-poster bed, stylish terrace with a plunge pool, and ocean views. The state-of-the-art Jasmine Penthouse includes an infinity pool. These luxurious amenities are located in secluded Soliman Bay.

Each bathroom is equipped with a rain shower, featuring floor-to-ceiling glass doors, bidets and high-end Bio2 toiletries. Additionally, some bathrooms have a double vanity sink. The walls and countertops are decorated in neutral colors, complementing the hotel’s sophisticated ambiance.

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The Pool

Jita has three swimming pools – two of them are exclusively for adults, with glass walls on the top floor, which offers breathtaking views of the Caribbean. The second adult pool, which is the newest, is surrounded by elegant sun loungers and tropical greenery. It is located just a few steps away from the beach.

Note: Although Jashita welcomes kids, the atmosphere may not be suitable for them. The sophisticated and stylish decor may not cater to their preferences, and they may prefer to stay in a hotel designed specifically for families.

Jashita Tulum Spa
Jashita Tulum Spa


Visit Caoba Spa, located in a separate building near the beach, to fully experience the relaxing Caribbean breeze. Indulge in a massage, ritual, or after-sun treatment. Consider sharing a ritual with your partner, which includes shower, steam room, and jacuzzi sessions. To add to the experience, they offer sparkling wine or organic juice. Let Caoba Spa be your own personal paradise. If you are looking for other Spa opinions make sure to check the Top Spas in Tulum.


Although Jashita does not have a traditional gym, they do have a Yoga studio located above their Spa that offers breathtaking ocean views and a peaceful environment ideal for achieving mindfulness. It’s a great option for guests looking to exercise and relax at the same time.

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Pandano Restaurant & Grill offers a unique experience in terms of both food and design. The menu is a fusion of Italian and Mexican flavors, featuring sophisticated dishes like homemade lobster ravioli. However, it’s the restaurant’s setting that elevates the dining experience. With a beautiful terrace overlooking the ocean, surrounded by tropical gardens and decorated with white curtains, the atmosphere is truly delightful.

In Jashita, Pandano serves as a cocktail bar that offers unique cocktails during the day and cosmopolitan wines in the evening. Additionally, the 1001 rooftop terrace bar has a beautiful pool and breathtaking views of Soliman Bay.

The Location

The Jashita Hotel is conveniently situated to experience both the lively atmosphere of Tulum and the peacefulness of its surroundings. If you want to go downtown, you can take a taxi or a colectivo (bus). The hotel suggests booking a private transfer from the Cancun International Airport, which is 80 minutes away, for your convenience.

When should you go? For the best weather, it is recommended to visit from January to March to increase your chances of finding romance. Try to avoid (US) school holidays during this time.

Price: Super Deluxe Suites are around $500 per nightduring high season. Standard rooms start at $200 in low season.

Bottom Line

Jashita is a luxury boutique hotel that is perfect for families. It has three different pools: one for kids, one for adults, and one on the rooftop for adults. The hotel also offers beachfront service, daily yoga, and a spa that conducts shaman ceremonies.

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Their rooms and suites come in various sizes, and all include king-sized beds, welcome wine and chocolates, and private terraces. Additionally, honeymoon suites and the penthouse suite have private pools.

Pandano, an all-day restaurant, serves a delectable Mexican-Italian cuisine featuring superb lobster and handmade pasta. They also offer imaginative and traditional cocktails. The restaurant is situated on a breathtaking semi-private beach in Soliman Bay, close to Casa Cenote and approximately 10 km north of the Tulum ruins.

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