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Messi is one of the tycoons who owns the most VIP hotels in the soccer village

Messi is one of the tycoons who owns the most VIP hotels in the soccer village

Messi was scammed early in his hospitality career when he spent $35 ᴍɪʟʟɪᴏɴ on ᴘᴜʀᴄʜᴀsᴇ, a building constructed in ᴠɪᴏʟᴀᴛɪᴏɴ of local building codes and subsequently demolished.

What salary does Messi receive? at home?

At the moment, Lionel Messi makes more money than any other athlete on the planet.

Forbes estimates that Messi earned a total of $75 ᴍɪʟʟɪᴏɴ from his playing career during last year’s course. The annual salary Messi receives, specifically at Paris Saint-Germain, is 35 ᴍɪʟʟɪᴏɴ 𝚞ᵴ‌.The Argentinian player is paid the equivalent of $738,000 per week, $105,000 per day and $8,790 per hour for his services.

Messi received a total of 25 ᴍɪʟʟɪᴏɴ in transfer fees when he signed for the France national team last year. Messi’s income comes from a variety of sources, including deals with Adidas, Budweiser and PepsiCo, in addition to the $20 ᴍɪʟʟɪᴏɴ he earns by serving as a global ambassador for Socios’ cryptocurrency business.

 

In June 2021, signed Messi to represent Hard Rock International as the company’s brand ambassador. Forbes estimates that Lionel Messi earned a total of $1.15 ʙɪʟʟɪᴏɴ in his career, including wins on and off the pitch.

The Argentine athlete is rumored to own a number of high-end properties in addition to luxury cars and private jets. One of these is a seven ᴍɪʟʟʟɪᴏɴ dollar mansion located in restricted airspace in the coastal town of Castelldefels, Barcelona.

This property has a swimming pool, gym, spa and small soccer field, and also offers views of the Catalan mountains. and the beach nearby. In addition, Messi owns a mansion in his hometown of Rosario, Argentina, as well as an entire floor in a high-end condominium complex in Saint Isles Beach, Florida, in the United States.

Since 2017, Messi has owned the hotel chain MiM Hotels, part of the Majestic Hotel Group family and managed by this company. The Aran Valley in the Pyrenees was the location of MiM Hotels’ first winter resort, which opened in 2021.

The previous name of this hotel has been changed to MiM Sitges. This hotel was inaugurated in 2013 and has 77 rooms, a 300 square meter lobby and all the necessary amenities. According to El Confidencial ᴘᴜʀᴄʜᴀsᴇd  this hotel priced $35 ᴍɪʟʟɪᴏɴ in 2017, not knowing that the hotel had violated city regulations and was the subject of a demolition order.

Francisco Sánchez, a wealthy businessman, was the previous owner of the hotel. Francisco Sánchez submitted an application to Sitges City Council in 2009 and that same year Sitges City Council gave him permission to build a hotel.

The building code was violated, but the authorities found out about this only after the hotel was completed. More specifically, the balconies protrude outwards at a distance of 2 meters from the front of the hotel, and Hotel guarantees the effectiveness of its fire protection system.

So Francisco Sánchez tried to justify the breach by preventing tenants from using the balcony and turning it into a decorative space by planting bonsai pots. However, the attempt failed.

On the other hand, the Sitges local authorities reiterated that the hotel balconies did not conform to the urban planning plan and should be demolished. Since the balcony construction is connected to the building as a whole, the entire hotel has to be demolished.

 

Francisco Sánchez filed a lawsuit because he was not satisfied with the previous verdict. The judge ruled that in the end he had no choice but to demolish Hotel.

The sale of this hotel to Messi was completed on May 5, 2017 by Francisco Sánchez. The El Confidencial reporter had access to the notarized sale and ᴘᴜʀᴄʜᴀsᴇ deeds prepared by both parties. In it, Francisco Sánchez ensures that the hotel complies with city planning, without city regulations or sanctions associated with the hotel.

In addition, there are no city regulations. In an interview with journalists, Francisco Sánchez rejected all pieces of information published in El Confidential. As for Messi, “no comment”. Sitges City Council reiterated that the hotel owner will dismantle the problematic balcony, according to El Confidential newspaper.

possible impact that the demolition would have on the structure of the entire operation was not carried out, since an assessment of the technical ʀɪsᴋ is required.

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