- Lionel Messi joined French giants PSG on a two-year deal, with an option to extend the contract for one more year
- He has been lodged at the five-star Le Royal Monceau hotel located in a choice area of Paris as he shops for an apartment
- Costing £17,000 (GHC120,000) per night, the hotel is fitted with a private cinema, six high quality restaurants and more
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Following his switch to French club Paris Saint-Germain, Lionel Messi is currently staying at a lavish hotel located around Avenue Hoche district of central Paris which costs £17,000 (GHC120,000) per night, Mirror reports.
The Argentine may have been disappointed to leave Spanish club Barcelona, but the hotel he is staying along with his family members may be helping them relax.
Upon his arrival in France, Messi was welcomed by thousands of PSG supporters as he is seen as a football god in the French capital.
He has joined the French giants on a two-year-contract after he was forced to leave childhood club Barcelona, ending his 21-year-stay.
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Messi and his family members are now lodged in the £17,000 per night hotel room which has also looked after Winston Churchill, Walt Disney and Robert De Niro.
It is a Paris’ five star Le Royal Monceau hotel as he now searches for a new apartment in the French capital.
The hotel which was built 94 years ago informed their Instagram followers that the six-time Ballon d’or winner and his family were their next esteemed guests.
It was gathered that the same hotel accommodated Neymar when the Brazilian star arrived from Barcelona in 2017.
SunSport reports that Le Royal Monceau hotel is situated in a lavish part of Paris and Messi and family members will have access to most beautiful views and sky-lines Paris has to offer.
Local art exhibitions, cultural events, swimming pool, the private cinema, and the six high quality restaurants on sight are among facilities to be enjoyed.
A never-to-be-missed place to eat is the critically acclaimed and famed Matsuhisa Restaurant.
Combining Japanese and Peruvian cuisine, Messi and family can dine on Wagyu beef steak which would set you back around £67.
Sergio Ramos reacts as Messi joins PSG
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Sergio Ramos on Wednesday, August 11 took to social media with an interesting reaction to Lionel Messi joining Paris Saint Germain.
The legendary defender signed for PSG on a free transfer in June after his contract with Real Madrid ran out.
His transfer was in many ways surprising, especially because he is considered a Real Madrid legend and was expected to complete his career at Los Blancos.
The two are now teammates in Paris, in what is still a dumbfounding development in many ways.