Narcos fans can STAY in drug lord Pablo Escobar’s infamous Mexican mansion


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. 

I saw innumerable different properties, but I kept asking about this one

Lio Lamca

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.”

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Pablo Escobar’s old home has been transformed into a hotel

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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. 

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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.

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