Casa Juan Jaramillo

Our neighborhood is surrounded by restaurants, museums, markets, shopping, and short walk to the world famous Plaza De Flores (flower market), Parque Calderon (the central park of Cuenca) and The Three Domes of the New Cathedral (Cuenca’s most famous landmark). One block away is Calle Larga (well known for its nightlife with many lively restaurants, nightclubs and bars). A few steps further down is the Tomebamba River, with walking & biking paths along the river.

Mariscal Lamar International Airport and Terminal Terreste bus station are both a 10 minute taxi ride from the property, providing easy travel throughout the city and Ecuador.

Because of its well preserved rich history, including its colonial architecture, Cuenca is a designated UNESCO site. Casa Juan Jaramillo is nestled in the heart of this site.

An original, historic-colonial, patrimony house; the restored property now consists of two buildings separated by a garden courtyard.

The outer building is the preserved patrimonial house and serves as our front entrance to the property. This building hosts two luxury residences on the 2nd and 3rd floors; while the other building hosts the remaining 6 luxury apartments behind the garden courtyard, which provides  a buffer and a tranquil escape from the city noise outside.

The design skillfully blends preserved historic past with contemporary design offering guests the combination of bygone elegance with all the conveniences of modern living.

Casa Juan Jaramillo is one of the most exclusive and secure properties in El Centro. An intercom system allows residents to screen guests before entry into the property by a keyless electronic system.

The entire property is well lighted with motion sensors at night, with a small lift to carry groceries, heavy parcels and luggage to the units on the upper levels.

The crown jewel of Casa Juan Jaramillo is the rooftop terrace, which offers one of the best views anywhere of the iconic red tile roofs of Cuenca, as well as, the famous three landmark domes of Catedral de la Inmaculada Concepción, lit up in spectacular color at night.