of hotel cristiano ronaldo exist Morocco Provided shelter to people affected by the 6.8-magnitude earthquake that rocked the city Marrakech Friday night.
This powerful earthquake killed more than 1,000 people and injured more than 1,200 people, but this number may increase as time goes by. Survivors are desperate to find a safe shelter to sleep as aftershocks are likely to occur in the coming hours.
There is also the case of foreigners who are visiting the city of Marrakech and are eager to return to their country to reunite with their families.
one of them is spanish Erin Sexaswho told the Spanish channel RTVE News Cristiano Ronaldo’s hotel on the outskirts of the city has opened its doors to accommodate earthquake victims.
“Now we are very frustrated. We started looking for flights and they were quickly sold out. We had to take a flight even for a thousand euros to leave early because we were leaving next Wednesday. The hotels were the same. We had to come Go to the new area of Marrakech, where it can be said that there are more luxury hotels. Now we have managed to get a room at Cristiano Ronaldo’s hotel in the suburbs.
“We were waiting. We slept all night on the street and at seven o’clock in the morning they told us that yes we could come and we were in a hall with a lot of people of different nationalities waiting to see if we could be found room, but all of us slept on the street,” explained Erin Sexas.
This is Cristiano Ronaldo’s hotel in Morocco
he Tab CR7 Marrakech It is one of five hotels owned by Portuguese stars Nasser. The other four are located in Lisbon and Madeira, Portugal, as well as Madrid, Spain, and Times Square, New York, USA.
The Makarrech Hotel is a 4-star hotel with 174 very spacious rooms and suites with 49-inch screens, several restaurants, a terrace with swimming pool and a bar with panoramic views of the Atlas Mountains, as well as a spa and conferences room. and a gym.
Prices per night for the most luxurious rooms at Pestana CR7 Marrakech range from €182 to €297.
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