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Pablo Escobar’s former house converted into a luxury hotel

Located in Tulum, Mexico, the famous drug lord’s former residence has been turned into an upscale hotel.



The former home of Pablo Escobar, built in the 1980’s, has been turned into an upscale hotel. Abandoned after the death of the “King of Cocaine”, in 1993, his house was first converted into an eco-hotel and eventually into a luxury property.

Brimming with art works and furniture, it is located on the Casa Malca beach front, east of the Yucatan Peninsula. In addition, a secret pool and sauna are secretly hidden beneath the main pool!

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