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Mexico’s Rivièra Maya is so-touristy-but-so-what? There are still undiscovered places where it’s all about tropical tranquility, rustic romance and laidback luxury. Skip the tourist-trampled paths and stay at Jashita Hotel for Soliman Bay’s secluded slice of beach life, just north of the bohemian paradise of Tulum. Here, you can experience the magic of Mexico’s wildly authentic side and discover one of the best boutique hotels in Mexico.

Originally a hippie hang-out, Tulum (or more precisely the string of boutique & eco-chic hotels that line the Boca Paila Road just north of Tulum itself) and the ancient Mayan ruins are only about 20 minutes away. Surrounded by mangroves and some tropical Mexican casas, this small under-the-radar gem on quiet Soliman Bay is set right on the beach and the only hotel in a mellow residential neighborhood. There’s much to explore in the local area – including, uniquely, many of the natural sinkholes (or cenotes) for which the Yucatán Peninsula is justly famed.

A lush, blossoming garden, turquoise-tinted sea and a calm stretch of sugar-white sand beach with palapas & shady hammocks grace this barefoot boutique beauty and will leave you in awe. Who stays here? Pure & pretty Jashita Hotel outside Tulum is a holiday magnet for honeymooners, stylish romantics, serenity seekers and boutique hotel lovers, mainly from Europe and the United States. Furthermore, it’s family-friendly – usually a low for us -, but all the communal areas make it surprisingly suitable for love birds, families and even singles.

Owned by an Italian family who decided to transform their vacation home into a boutique-luxe retreat a couple of years ago, Jashita Hotel Tulum breathes peace, tranquility and charm. We love Jashita’s easygoing vibe and Brenda’s – the assistant GM – superlative personal service.

Mixing laid-back beach sophistication with an exotic global style, this self-styled sanctuary reflects the bohemian-chic lifestyle of this little corner of heaven. Think of lots of wood, a neutral palette, gorgeous carved doors from India, Moroccan curtains and Asian Buddha’s. Outside, the aroma of fresh flowers and tropical plants is refreshing and the look & feel is romantically rustic.

What about the rooms? Jashita Hotel in Mexico’s Rivièra Maya boasts above-average large rooms, either facing the sea or garden. Expect fabulous Etro-filled bathrooms, four-poster beds draped in chiffon curtains, balconies or terraces and simple, sun-filled & relaxed interiors. Some of Jashita’s standard rooms are less well maintained than they could be, though this can’t be said of the newer ocean-front suites where the sea views will take your breath away. Do you want to splash some cash? Book Jashita Tulum’s Honeymoon Suite with the beach in reach as well as stunning 360-degree views. The beach bag with your room number stitched into it is a nice touch.

Breakfast – a mix of eggs variations, sliced fruit, homemade pastries, Mexican breakfast specialties and muesli & yoghurt – is good but not fantastic. A laidback lunch is served either on the stunning beach or in the open-air restaurant. At the end of the day, listen to live music with a Coco Loco cocktail in hand and fully enjoy the simple, carefree Tulum lifestyle. For dinner, order from Sahara Café’s Italian-Mexican fusion menu. Palm trees grow right through the candle-lit restaurant where even locals meet for BBQ nights, Italian home-cooking or freshly grilled fish. Brenda can also make a reservation for you at the ultra-popular Hartwood restaurant in Tulum. This Mexican farmhouse restaurant is run by ex-New-Yorkers (and with a New York-style reservation list).

Protected by a reef, the Evian-like waters are perfect for swimming, scuba-diving, surfing, snorkeling and soaking off jetlag. Without a doubt, Jashita Hotel Tulum offers plenty of activities. Unfortunately there’s no gym for fitness freaks, but private yoga classes are available. For those more horizontally inclined, this seaside boutique hotel for Zen-ing out and getting tan in style has lots of loungers & sun beds around the pools and on the beach. In need of some serious pampering? Hit the very relaxing yet pricey spa for a Mayan Cacao ritual or honey & oil massage.

Sounds like a dream? It doesn’t have to be.

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Jashita Hotel, Tulum
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RATING
8.9
LOCATION
9.5
SERVICE
8.8
VIBE
9.3
STYLE
8.5
ROOMS
8.7
FOOD & DRINK
8.5
FACILITIES
8.7