Pablo Escobar – The Mafia Don’s House Is Now A Beautiful Boutique Hotel You Must Visit

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Mafia lord, Pablo Escobar died in 1993. He has been the subject of various movies, TV Series and books. Now, his mansion is where you can stay!

Heer Khant

Pablo Escobar who is known as one of the most dangerous mafia lords was a Colombian drug king-pin who owned several properties across the continents of North and South America. One of his properties, known as the Tulum mansion is now a boutique hotel. This mansion that is located near the beach resort of Casa Malca in Mexico is now a 5-star hotel where you can stay for approximately ₹33,000 per night.

Lio Malca, a New York based art collector, bought the mansion in2012 and renovated it into a beautiful art hotel. Malca filled the place with the works of art he had collected and beautified the place.

Located only a few metres away from the beautiful Caribbean coastline, this house is surrounded on the other sides by lush green forest that offers complete solace. Also, it is very popular too! In 2016, Malca hosted a thousand people! The hotel first opened with nine bedrooms, Malca keeps adding to the space.

Here is what the hotel looks like from the inside and the outside:

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The popular Netflix series, Narcos is based on the life of Pablo Escobar. This mansion is the perfect place for Narcos fans!

 

Heer Khant
Heer Khant

Traveller | Writer | Photographer | Maverick | Social Worker | Lawyer | A freedom-loving woman for whom words are like wings to her soul. She believes in aliens, hates boundaries and lives like the first human on Earth.

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