Cristiano Ronaldo is living exactly how you’d expect someone who makes $75 million a year to live: in absolute luxury.
The soccer star, who had a previous net worth of $500 million, has soared even higher after joining West Asian team, Al-Nassar, is living at the Four Seasons Hotel in Riyadh’s Kingdom Tower – known to be one of Saudi Arabia’s tallest buildings. Known as one of the
The 38-year-old Portugal supporter was seen entering the 99-storey building on Sunday night mailonline,
Ronaldo, who has described himself as the “goat” of football, has had the country at his beck and call since agreeing to play for the Saudi Pro League.
The outlet reported that he has been booked for a month in one of the 17 suites occupied by his entourage, which includes his security team, family and friends.
The tab, by the time he checks out, will total $300,000. But the former Manchester United star is not going to pay the bills.
The lavish suite, known as the Kingdom Suite, spans nearly 4,000 square feet and occupies the 48th through 50th floors.
With city views, the residence features modern art throughout, a large dressing room and a dining room with pantry, details note.
Amenities include 24-hour room service, fitness classes, a gym, a house car, an outdoor pool, a spa, and a tennis court.
There are also several restaurants and meeting rooms throughout the building.
“The finest dishes from China, Japan, India and the Middle East made to order with the freshest ingredients,”Four Seasons” website states,
Ronaldo is even given a private chef during his stay at the hotel.
Staff have been told not to request selfies with the star, but Ronaldo has been nice to guests and their children, and thanks hotel staff when he enters and leaves, MailOnline has seen.
Upon their checkout at the end of the month, Ronaldo, his partner, Georgina Rodríguez, and their five children have found a more permanent home during their time in the country.
On December 30, 2022, Ronaldo joined Al Nassr Club with effect from January 1, 2023 – signing a contract until 2025.