Cristiano Ronaldo in Manchester? Your $190 million hotel is coming up. International

Cristiano Ronaldo in Manchester?  Your $190 million hotel is coming up.  International
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Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to arrive at the new Cube only in the month of September, however, the return, for which the full contract is already agreed, will not be the only news from Manchester.

This is because the player is preparing to open a hotel in the locality apart from returning to work in the city. Cristiano’s new Manchester Hotel will be in a prime location on the corner of Piccadilly and Newton Street, will have 150 rooms and will feature a rooftop bar with spectacular views.

The project will involve an investment of 31 million euros (about $190 million), an amount that includes the demolition of an empty building covered with scaffolding and various advertising panels for nearly two decades.

The venture’s arrival in the United Kingdom is part of an expansion planned by Cristiano in association with the Pestana Group, with whom he joined in 2015. In addition to Manchester, the player already has hotels in Portugal, the USA and Spain. (see photos in gallery below)
and is already planning units in Marrakesh and Paris.

“Football is a first for Cristiano, it always has been. But now he is reaching a point in his career where he looks beyond the sport and what lies ahead. The incredible opportunities that exist here in the UK are one of those reasons. important part that I wanted to come back,” a source told The Sun Tabloid.

Manchester is scheduled to open in early 2023. “He is very attached to his Manchester hotel project and will try to open more once the first one is up and running. Ronaldo has a global appeal so his hotels are likely to be a huge success and he wants them to be the envy of the world. He’s seen how Giggs, Gary Neville and Paul Scholes have done well and he’s really impressed,” said the same source.

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About the author: Sarah Gracie

Sarahis a reporter covering Amazon. She previously covered tech and transportation, and she broke stories on Uber's finances, self-driving car program, and cultural crisis. Before that, she covered cybersecurity in finance. Sarah's work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Politico, and the Houston Chronicle.

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