- Cristiano Ronaldo's hotel has been given the World Travel Awards
- The 35-year-old's Pestana CR7 Hotel was built in Madiera and Lisbon
- Ronaldo bounced back from coronavirus to score two goals against Spezia
Cristiano Ronaldo has received added another laurel to his long list of awards after his Pestana CR7 Hotel was acknowledged in Europe.
The Juventus striker built the hotel in hometown Funchal, Madeira, and Lisbon, as it was officially opened it in July 2016.
The Portuguese icon teamed up with the Pestana Group which is one of the biggest hospitality businesses in his native country.
The former Real Madrid could not hide his joy as he expressed his gratitude on in Instagram handle.
"Very proud of @pestanacr7 Lisboa elected Europe’s Leading Lifestyle Hotel and of @pestanacr7 Funchal awarded Leading Lifestyle Hotel in Portugal!
"Thank you for the honor World Travel Awards! As soon as you can travel again, be sure to discover our hotels!"
The cost of a room per night ranges between €150 to €300, while the presidential suite is reported to cost over €1,000 a night.
The 35-year-old returned to action for Juventus in their 4-1 win over Spezia with the Portuguese forward scoring twice on the night.
He missed four games for the Biaconeri after he tested positive for coronavirus but CR7 is fit enough to play again which he proved in last weekend's game.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo made a scoring return for Juventus since his recovery from coronavirus and it is better than his rival's, Lionel Messi during the weekend of matches, Daily Star.
The 35-year-old scored two goals in 34 minutes including a penalty in the Bianconeri's 4-1 win over Spezia at the Stadio Dino Manuzzi.
On the other hand, Messi has played seven games and found the net the same number of times as Ronaldo including two assists.
Legit.ng also reported that it is expected that footballers who earn good money will also live a luxurious lifestyle with the best houses, cars, clothes at their beck and call.
Players often settle to live large as long as what they do on the pitch fetches them enough money to acquire the good things of life.
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