Cristiano Ronaldo’s luxury hotel opening in Madrid delayed due to coronavirus

Cristiano Ronaldo’s luxury hotel opening in Madrid delayed due to coronavirus

- Cristiano Ronaldo’s hotel in Madrid will not open yet

- The grand opening of Pestana CR7 Gran Via has been postponed

- Pestana range of hotels are also in Lisbon and Madeira

The planned grand opening of Cristiano Ronaldo’s exotic Pestana CR7 Gran Via hotel has been postponed due to the ravaging coronavirus which has killed more than 11,000 people in Spain, SunSport reports.

As the world currently battles the rampaging infection with over one million people victims of the virus, with over 55,000 dead across the globe.

Opening of the Pestana CR7 Gran Via in the Madrid city was earlier scheduled for June this year, but according to reports from Spain, the ceremony has been put on hold.

Spanish outlet Invertia reports that this was as a consequence of the lockdown of the entire city which has also affected the final phase of the construction.

The hotel in Madrid will be Ronaldo’s third under the Pestana brand which already has grand facilities in the Portugal capital of Lisbon and in the player’s hometown of Funchal, Madeira.

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Pestana CR7 Gran Via in Spain boasts of highly exotic 168 rooms, decorated to "recapture the best of Madrid’s golden era".

Directors of the facility have released a statement to that effect with Ronaldo confirming the opening has been postponed, but the new date is yet to be made public.

Ronaldo is currently in his home town of Madeira as football competitions across Europe have been suspended indefinitely.

Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo and his partner Georgina Rodriguez were spotted in Funchal, where the couple observed their 14 days isolation.

The 35-year-old came in contact with Danielle Rugani who tested positive for deadly coronavirus earlier in the month when they defeated Inter Milan 2-0.

A goal each from Aaron Ramsey and Paulo Dybala ensured the Old Lady claimed maximum points at the end of the game which was played behind closed doors.

Instead of staying in Italy, Ronaldo flew back to his home country, Portugal, to self-isolate from other people so as not to spread the virus.

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Meanwhile, earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo has continued to keep his fans on social media buzzing as he maintains his physique while self-isolating himself with his family in Portugal, Mirror reports.

The Juventus striker left Italy to his native homeland in Madeira since his mother suffered a stroke and stayed back because of the outbreak of the Coronavirus.

Serie A matches have been postponed indefinitely as the death rate of Italy continues to be on the rise amid the CONVID-19 pandemic.

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