Cristiano Ronaldo's first home in Saudi Arabia boasts a whopping 17 rooms and costs £250,000 a month.
Ronaldo completed his mega millions move to Saudi side Al Nassr last week. And the 37-year-old will reside at the luxurious Four Seasons hotel in the Kingdom Tower for the foreseeable future as he gets to grips with life in the Middle East.
According to the Daily Mail, the forward will reside in the Kingdom Suite during his stay. And he'll have enough space to do as he pleases as the suite comprises two levels of the 99-floor skyscraper, plus it also consists of 17 rooms.
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But the Portuguese icon won't be getting too comfy in the plush suite as he'll only be staying there for a month until he finds a permanent residence. However, the exclusive suite, which isn't listed on the hotel's website, will cost Ronaldo an eye-watering £250,000 for the duration he stays there.
However, the Portugal icon will have a number of luxuries to keep him content until he leaves. The hotel describes the Kingdom Suite on its website by saying: "Entertain guests with unparalleled views of Riyadh.
"Our newest two-storey suite spans the 48th and 50th floors of the Hotel, with a soaring living room, a private office, a dining room and a media room."
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It also has a tennis court for Ronaldo to play on, a spa and sauna for him to unwind in, and massage treatments for the forward to indulge in. And when hungry, Ronaldo has the option to tuck into the finest culinary dishes from across the world with food from China, Japan, India and the Middle East at the ready, which he can eat away from other guests as his celebrity status means he can receive exclusive in-room dining service.
Another perk for Ronaldo is that the hotel includes a mall that includes luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton, which is bound to delight his model partner Georgina Rodriguez, who is allowed to live with the former Man United ace in spite of Saudi Arabia's laws banning couples from doing so.
One thing that won't worry Ronaldo is the price to live in the hotel for the month. His exorbitant contract of £173m per year at Al Nassr means the monthly fee will be peanuts to the fallen United idol.
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