This Is the Presidential Suite That Former Soccer Player Adriano Moved to After Selling His Mansion

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Adriano has been living in a hotel for several months.

The former soccer player has been living for several months in an exclusive hotel, to which he moved in what he finds the mansion of his dreams

Former Brazilian soccer player Adriano, who had a career of ups and downs due to excesses, recently decided to make a change of life, which led him to sell, for $ 1.6 million dollars, the imposing mansion he had in Rio de Janeiro.

After the sale of the property, the Emperor, as he is known, did not move to a new house, but instead to a hotel, since he still has not found the mansion of his dreams, since the one he had liked costs twice as much what he received for his.

While continuing to search for his new home, the former Inter Milan forward decided to move into the presidential suite at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, located in the Tijuca area, for which he pays around $ 5,000 per month.

The suite has an area of ​​1,560 square feet and a large balcony of 430 square feet, from where it has spectacular views of the sea.

It also has a gourmet kitchen, dining room, living room, walk-in closet, bathroom with a soaker tub with television and separate shower, among other spaces.

Your bedroom is made up of a large bed with light-colored bedding and beige headboard, two side tables, a very comfortable sofa, and wall-mounted television.

In addition to enjoying his room, Adriano also has access to the Grand Club Lounge, an executive floor with a breakfast buffet and daily service of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.

Adriano is alone in the place but is frequently visited by his girlfriend, Victoria Moreira, who, through various photographs, has allowed us to tour the temporary home of the former soccer crack.

 

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Thanks to these and more materials we have been able to notice that the former player has with him some of the trophies he won throughout his career, as well as various personal items.