Colorful and creative workspace at ALDEA TUYA
Ivan, Sophia and Mapache from ALDEA TUYA
Workspaces at ALDEA TUYA
Bougainvillea Room - private patio
Cactus Room - ensuite with talavera sink and toilet
Colorful communal space at ALDEA TUYA
Guelaguetza Room - private patio
Oaxacan ceramics at ALDEA TUYA
Shared fully equipped kitchen
Shared kitchen
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Aldea Tuya

Oaxaca de Juarez, Jalatlaco

Welcome to Aldea Tuya – a new coliving space in the heart of one of the most exciting neighborhoods of Oaxaca City, Barrio de Jalatlaco.


This coliving space has three bedrooms, with space for up to six guests. Each of the rooms have their own charm and character. All rooms are decorated with beautiful Oaxacan textiles and ceramics. There is a desk in every room, as well as a closet space to unpack and make yourself at home.

Upstairs is the Guelaguetza Room that has a king-size bed and ensuite. Downstairs, the Bougainvillea Room has a double bed with a private patio with a swing hammock and a private bathroom. Finally, the Cactus Room has a mid-century design with a sliding mirror that reveals your ensuite. Wait till you see the toilet…


Throughout the house, there are plenty of creative and comfortable workspaces so you can work alongside other guests on our communal tables, privately in your room, on the couch, or up on the terrace. We have fast wifi available at 125 Mbps.

Most of the furniture has been hand-made by Ivan from Aldea Tuya and other local carpenters. The traditional Mexican-style kitchen is shared with other guests and it is fully equipped with an oven, stove and comal. There is also a juice blender, coffee machine and kettle. Drinking water is also provided.

Head up the spiral staircase to our terrace where you will have stunning views of the Guelaguetza and the surrounding valley. Take a beer or mezcal and hang out in the Yucatan hammock.

 Guests will receive fresh towels and cleaning twice a week, with linens and towels changed weekly.

The Neighborhood

Barrio de Jalatlaco is one of the best neighborhoods in Oaxaca, adorned with colorful facades and murals. This area comes to life during Dia de los Muertos, where comparsas (street parades) dance down the cobbled streets, accompanied with live music.

Spend the evening sitting by the main church or enter one of the many restaurants, cafes and mezcalerias. Iglesia Santo Domingo and the botanical gardens are only a 10 minute walk away.



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