Inside the $250k-a-month Saudi suite Cristiano Ronaldo now calls home

Cristiano Ronaldo's home in Saudi Arabia is a 17-room, two-story hotel suite that costs $250,000 per month. But the Al Nassr player can certainly afford it.

by | Published on 12th Jan 2023

Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly already invested $10 million on a house in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia but the mansion isn’t ready yet. So people want to know where does Ronaldo live?

In the meantime, the Portuguese star and his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez will move into a 17-room hotel suite.

Total damage? $250,000 per month.

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The hotel in question is the Four Seasons, inside the Kingdom Tower in Riyadh.

Ronaldo and Georgina opted for the Kingdom Suite, a two-story suite with views over the city.


Inside Cristiano Ronaldo’s house in Saudi Arabia

Among other things, the suite comprises a massive living room, a 10-guest dining room, an office and a media room.

The suite occupies the 48th and 49th floors of the Kingdom Tower, and has floor-to-ceiling windows in most rooms.

The view, as you can imagine, is spectacular.

The Kingdom Suite is the most expensive suite available at around $8,000 per night.

That works out to around $250,000 per month.

Mind you, Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to pocket $200 million playing for Saudi Arabia side Al Nassr FC so he’ll have no problem picking up the tab.

About Cristiano Ronaldo’s move to Al Nassr

Cristiano Ronaldo’s move to Al Nassr was the most talked-about transfer of 2022.

Fun fact: Al-Nassr’s Instagram account gained more than 10 million followers overnight following the announcement.

In his first press conference at his new club, Ronaldo said he also had offers in Europe but he wanted a “new challenge”.

“I won everything. I played at the most important clubs in Europe,” Ronaldo said.

Al Nassr will be Cristiano Ronaldo’s home until 2025, when the first part of the deal expires.

After that, the star is expected to continue working in Saudi Arabia as an ambassador for the country’s 2030 World Cup bid.



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