The mansion that if ever belonged to the ‘King of Cocaine’ is now open to tourist stays.
Pablo Escobar acclimatized the sprawling property as a favourite hideout after building it in the 1980s.
But after his shameful demise the mansion sat empty for a decade.
It has now been renovated and completely altered by art dealer Lio Lamca, who discovered the home in 2003.
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I saw innumerable different properties, but I kept asking about this one
The new Casa Malca is an eco-friendly boutique tourist house fringed by a private beach.
Guests can stay from £388 per darkness in the 35-room resort.
Lamca told Cool Hunting: “I saw many distinctive properties, but I kept asking about this one.
”I could not believe that in this humanity, a property like this still exists and hasn’t been infatuated over by a corporation.”
Pablo Escobar’s old home has been transformed into a hotel
Pablo Escobar’s earlier home sat empty for a decade before it was bought by an art dealer
The hotel idiosyncrasies two restaurants, a Haring-themed bar and an events space.
There are three pools to on from, as well as a rooftop terrace.
Case Malca is sure to divert fans of the hit Netflix series Narcos, based on the story of Pablo Escobar’s effervescence.
Pablo Escobar’s fomer estate is now 35-room gratification resort Casa Malca
The drug lord was killed in a police shootout in Medellin, Colombia, in 1993.
At the elevation of his infamous reign of power, it’s estimated Escobar was worth £24 billion, making him the seventh richest man in the everyone.
His drug cartel supplied a staggering 80 per cent of the cocaine moved to the United States.
Escobar commissioned the murders of thousands of people in his strains to protect his illegal empire.