Ronaldo’s Hotel Denies Offering Free Shelter To Morocco Earthquake Victims

Rumors circulated that Cristiano Ronaldo’s hotel in Morocco had opened its doors to shelter victims of a devastating earthquake in the country. However, the management of the Marrakech hotel has now denied these claims.

The earthquake, with a magnitude of 6.8, originated from the High Atlas mountain and caused significant destruction in Morocco, resulting in the loss of over 2,000 lives. It struck approximately 45 miles southwest of Marrakesh, a major tourist destination and the nation’s fourth-largest city, affecting villages in the Atlas mountain range.

In the wake of this tragic event, reports emerged suggesting that Cristiano Ronaldo, the former Manchester United and Real Madrid superstar, had offered assistance through his hotel in Marrakech.

Despite the initial praise for Ronaldo’s supposed act of compassion, recent reports have contradicted these claims. According to a statement from the Pestana CR7 Hotel, where the rumors had centered, the information is “false.” The hotel emphasized that all its current customers had made reservations in the usual manner.

The Pestana CR7 Hotel is rated as a four-star establishment and offers amenities such as an outdoor pool, fitness center, restaurant, and terrace, according to reports. However, it appears that the reports of it opening its doors to earthquake victims are not accurate.