A place with Mountain, History and Peace. Unique in the Quebrada de Humahuaca.

ROOMS

Deluxe Room

Comfortable spacious double rooms with a double bed or two separate beds (on demand) with terrace and panoramic mountain view, fireplace, private bathroom with bathtub and closet.

Superior Room with Balcony

Comfortable double room with a double bed or two single beds, with a large private bathroom with bathtub, closet and terrace with panoramic view.

Standard Room

For one or two people, comfortable double bed and closet.

Services

In Casa Colorada you will find

Buffet Breakfast

Buffet breakfast with sweet and savory breads prepared daily, handmade jelly, seasonal juice, fruits, cereals, infusions, scrambled eggs, etc.

Restaurant

Gourmet and Andean fusion cuisine. Vegetarian, celiac and vegan menu (on demand).

Confectionery

Confectionery in the establishment. Snack bar, juices, fruit, complimentary bottle of mineral water and the best coffee.

Private cava

The best wines of Argentina. High altitude wines, especially from the Quebrada de Humahuaca.

WiFi

Complimentary Wi-Fi at no additional charge, in common areas.

Parking lot

Free outdoor private parking, no reservation.

Shuttler

We carry out the shuttler service from any point in Jujuy (Airport, Bus Station of San Salvador de Jujuy or Tilcara)

About us

Our Home

The house was built entirely with materials from the area thus rescuing a rustic and ecological environment, making Casa Colorada a natural reserve with an imposing landscape.

Particular characterisitics:

The estate is located in a high valley, around 3000 meters above sea level, surrounded by mountains, isolated from town. Therefore, in this estate there is an abundance of endangered wildlife, also species protected vegetables, as well as medicinal herbs.

Our History

Of great archaeological and historical value It has an area that covers 1800 hectares of terraces and platforms of old crops. Regional agricultural development space dating from the first sedentary inhabitants of Tilcara, vestiges of complex irrigation systems through canals and gutters (ditches), houses, reservoirs of seeds and pens, dozens of petroglyphs and cultural symbols of the ancients During the war for independence it was a refuge for the Gaucho cavalry, at command of Colonel Manuel Álvarez Prado defender of the gorge at the orders of Güemes, his Contribution was of vital importance for the emancipation of our country. His old abobe room rebuilt since that time several times, it can be visited today.