According to the Spanish newspaper Marca, Cristiano Ronaldo’s Pestana CR7 in Marrakech, Morocco, has turned into a haven for earthquake victims. A 6.8-magnitude earthquake that slammed the country of North Africa’s High Atlas region left at least 1,305 people dead and several others injured.
Numerous Marrakech-based organizations and companies have provided aid to individuals affected by the earthquake despite the tragedy. One of them is a hotel that Cristiano Ronaldo, the Portuguese football star, owns.
According to reports, many who have lost their homes are getting shelter at the opulent hotel. The hotel has a restaurant, terrace, outdoor pool, fitness center, and four stars, which is barely below luxury.
Irene Seixas speaking in Morocco says “We have managed to get rooms in Cristiano Ronaldo’s hotel. We slept all night in the street and now they have told us that we could approach them and they are going to give us rooms as soon as possible.” Multiple reports have confirmed that the five-time Ballon d’Or winner has granted their request and has provided the necessary shelter.
This attitude from Cristiano Ronaldo is not strange as it’s a usual act from the Forward. To recall, Ronaldo provided a full plane of care Items to support earthquake victims in Syria and Turkey as far back as the 5th of March 2023. The tragic event took over 50,000 souls according to DailyMail.
On his Instagram page, Cristiano Ronaldo wrote “ My deepest
Condolences to the families and friends of all those who have lost their lives in the earthquake in Morocco. Sending love and prayers to all in Morocco at this very difficult Time”.
Not minding the Bullying and abuses he received from Moroccan Fans during the WC Quarter Final game against Morocco In a game he was benched. Portugal lost to Morocco after Youssef En Nesyri scored the Only Goal of the game. One comment from a young Moroccan fan after the victory “Where is cristiano, poor Cristiano. He is crying in the car”. The World highest Goal scorer continues his act of benevolence and kindness as the World celebrates his support to the earthquake victims in Morocco.