The mansion, believed to have been owned by the infamous and violent Colombian drug trafficker Pablo Escobar, has become a luxury hotel.
According to Jam Press, Escobar, located along the Caribbean coastline of the Riviera Maya in Mexico, is reportedly hidden from the authorities of the estate.
In the 1970s, when the Mexican government decided to turn the now popular town of Tulum into a vacation destination, Escobar saw the opportunity to get one of the most exclusive properties there.
Escobar, named Casa Marca, is located in a remote off-the-grid area and is suspected of sneaking up there to escape authorities.
His property remained abandoned when he was captured and killed.
Almost 10 years after his death, the estate was discovered by art collector Rio Marca. Rio Marca decided to spend more than two years buying this property and converting it into an artistic hotel.
Casa Marca currently has 71 boutique suites and rooms. According to the hotel's website, antiques straddling the huge 193,750 square feet and 590 feet beach frontage are laid out throughout to bring a "natural" experience.
If you go to a mansion full of art sculptures and installations, you will see walls lined with tree trunks.
Persian rugs, paintings, books and furniture are found throughout the property for a "unique" experience.
The foyer has two swing chairs next to a pair of white curtains made of vintage wedding dresses. Patterned floors such as high ceilings and concrete walls are accented.
From the bedroom, you can enjoy the view of the coastline from the panoramic window. The primary suite is the place where Escobar is likely to have stayed. It features black walls and wooden floors, a rainfall shower and dual sinks.
Other amenities include 2 pools, an underground adult cave, 3 restaurants and 2 bars.
The palm trees that surround each room, frequently visited by celebrities on the A List, provide optimal privacy along the upscale beaches.
"Rio preserves the idyllic charm of the place, signed by famous artists such as Jeff Koons, Basquiat and Keith. Includes some artwork Brazilian luxury real estate broker Ana Prado Conti told Jam Press.
"Guests and hotel staff are also all day long. We always communicate via WhatsApp, "Contti added. "There were some celebrities there, such as actress Cara Delevingne and model Elle Macpherson."
Conti said that the locals said the house was still part of the Escobar family. Claims to believe there.
It costs about $ 502 per night and drops to $ 344 during the winter.