- Gary Neville’s stunning penthouse hotel is a definition of luxury
- The stunning facility can be rented for £25,000 per month
- A guest will be provided weekly fresh flowers as well as a Sky TV package
Manchester United legend Gary Neville is said to be a huge businessman who owns a hotel pent house which can be rented for £25,000 per monthly.
With the amount, a guest will be provided weekly fresh flowers as well as a Sky TV package and even complimentary breakfast.
This royal service will reportedly let members of the public experience such exotic lifestyle as the high-profile legend.
Daily Star are reporting that the facility includes a three bedroom space which is also part of the building owned by the former player.
As posted on RightMove, the penthouse is described as: “is a unique fully serviced penthouse residence that sits within the widely acclaimed Stock Exchange Hotel, boasting superlative attention to detail, unmatched amenities and spacious facilities.
Also, Roman Abramovich who is the owner of Premier League giants Chelsea is without doubt one of the wealthiest businessmen in the world.
Prosperity of his investments have seen him lead a stylish and affluent lifestyle, amassing a collection of extravagant possessions. His incredibly modified Boeing 767-33A ER aircraft is one of the vast properties owned by the Russian oligarch.
The "Bandit" has an estimated value of KSh 30 billion (£240 million) and was acquired after Hawaiian Airlines' resolved to cancel their order.
The carrier boasts of a lavish interior decor, with a sophisticated security system to meet the standards of Air Force One.
Legit.ng earlier reported that 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.
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