In the “Hotel Boulevard Infante” you can find various pieces that belonged to the iconic Mexican singer and actor.
Merida, Yucatan, (December 24, 2021).- The famous actor, Pedro Infante, a cone from the era of Mexican golden cinema, was a character who, due to his great talent, managed to amass a great fortune and properties with great luxuries. Such is the case of his luxurious home in one of the areas that the Mexican interpreter loved the most in Mérida, which after his death, became a hotel that still contains things of the Mexican actor.
The house that is located on Av. Aviación number 587, between streets 73 and 75, in the Sambula neighborhood, in Mérida had placed such as a hairdresser, gym, movie theater, chapel, party room, billiards, pool, bar, large gardens, a chapel dedicated to the Virgin of Guadalupe, bowling alley and even a flight simulator, as explained on the hotel’s website.
According to the hotel’s website, all over the place, there are paintings with photographs of Pedro Infante accompanied by other important figures from the golden age of Mexican cinema, such as Silvia Pinal and María Félix.
Among the highlights, on one of the walls of the residence, you can see a mural dedicated to the interpreter of Los Tres Huastecos, in addition, life-size black and white cardboard images of the characters are distributed throughout the hotel. most emblematic that Pedro played in the more than 50 films he made throughout his career.
Likewise, one of the most striking spaces of the former home of the also successful singer is a gallery called Amorcito Corazón, located inside the hotel, where furniture, clothing, hats, shoes are exhibited, there is even a piece of the plane in which the renowned actor passed away.
2021 marked the 64th anniversary of the death of Pedro Infante, in that tragic plane crash registered on April 15, 1957, in Mérida, Yucatán. His daughter, Lupita Infante explained that the area where the Mexican singer-songwriter died was always one of his most beloved places and that he would visit him on various occasions, always with his private plane.
“Mérida was his oasis, his hideaway, he bought his house there, but when he died they took possession of it with millions of things, they say that a long time passed and the closets were still full of my father’s clothes, then it became a hotel”, he asserted for the independent portal.
“[…] The place that my father loved the most was Yucatán, Mérida especially, everything, even in Campeche he had friends, neighbors, we put a museum, because then he would fly over there in his plane,” said his daughter, Lupita Infante for the local portal.
However, this is not the only house that the interpreter amassed from the era of Mexican golden cinema, it is known that Pedro Infante traveled to various places where he bought houses for their visual appeal, comfort, and to get to know the people, as it was the case of “Ciudad Infante”, a land that consisted of 10 hectares, at kilometer 18.5 of the Mexico-Toluca highway.
The homes of the Mexican icon were always characterized by being remote, reserved, and lavish places. Since Infante liked the privacy to go to rest, prepare physically, review scripts of the films in which he participated and rehearse them without any discomfort.