Cristiano Ronaldo has reserved a suite at the opulent Kingdom Tower, one of Saudi Arabia’s tallest and most imposing buildings, to start his trip there in style. When the former Manchester United attacker moves his family into a permanent home in the Middle East, he may have racked up a bill of £250,000, according to sources.
In November, after Manchester United terminated his contract, Ronaldo left European football and signed a two-and-a-half-year deal with Al-Nassr.
The Portuguese icon is thought to have a fortune of more than £400 million, yet he didn’t think twice about buying his first house.
Ronaldo is staying at the 99-story Kingdom Tower, which has the best vistas of Riyadh, according to the Mail.
He lives in the “Kingdom suite,” which the hotel describes as “entertain guests with unmatched views of Riyadh,” with his fiancée Georgina Rodriguez and their five kids. The 48th and 50th floors of the hotel are home to our newest two-story suite, which also has a private office, dining room, and media room.
The hotel’s decor is fit for a five-time Ballon d’Or winner with a £172 million annual revenue.
The “Royal Suite” and Ronaldo’s suite are not listed on the Kingdom Tower website and must be reserved in ꜱеϲгеt. At 2,595 square feet, they are smaller but still larger than most UK apartments.
The “Presidential Suite,” which is priced at £3,300 per night, gives some idea of how much he is spending while he is there.
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