This sophisticated small beach hotel at the northern end of Soliman Bay has got style in spades, offers a surprisingly child-friendly atmosphere, and sits on a beautiful beach. A large stone Buddha flanked by birds-of-paradise greets you in the small lobby, outfitted with Indonesian carved-wood doors and Moroccan art; behind it, a small swimming pool—a rarity near Tulum—nestles in a garden of palms. Elegant guest rooms have Italian accents, with natural stone floors,
luxurious linens, and top-end bathrooms outfitted with superpowered showers and bidets. Junior suites all have large terraces with private plunge pools and sunbeds. The entire bay here is protected by a reef, and the resultantly shallow, clear and calm water, home to some beautiful live corals, is great for snorkeling or splashing around with kids. Indeed, for a place with such grown-up style Jashita is remarkably child-friendly, so much so that there's a baby crib-hammock you can use on the beach. An abundant and refined Continental breakfast (included) is served on the zapote-wood deck overlooking the water, amid white curtains fluttering in the breeze; for other meals, however, you'll do better in town.
Bahia de Soliman, Tankah Rd IV, across Carretera 307 from Restaurante Oscar y Lalo, Tankah, Quintana Roo, 77780, Mexico