Here’s why Harry Kane has been billed £1m by a hotel in Munich
Harry Kane scored a hattrick in his debut Der Klassiker.
Bayern's Harry Kane. (Source: via AP and Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Hotel)
Since joining Bayern Munich in the summer of 2023, Harry Kane has yet to find a permanent settlement in the city. This has led England International to live in the luxurious Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Hotel since his arrival, racking up a bill of £1 Million as the per-night living cost is currently £10,000.
The exorbitant bill, however, should not be an issue for the forward as reports have claimed the player’s current wage at Bayern Munich is a staggering £415,000-a-week. Currently living in the hotel with his wife and child in the historic wing of the hotel which features a separate living room, Kane seems to be focusing on his football career more at the moment as the player is currently on fire at his new club scoring 15 goals in 10 Bundesliga appearances.
However, sources have also reported that:
Harry is a family man so finding somewhere to be with his wife and children clearly has to be a priority.
Latest reports have claimed, that the player was viewing a house in the village of Grunwald which would cost him a whopping £ 70,000 a month to live in. An eight-bedroom mansion, but, as of yet Harry Kane and his family are still to decide on a permanent settlement in the country of Germany.
Harry Kane’s search for a house continues as he prepares for a UEFA Champions League game in his club’s home ground against Turkish side, Galatasaray.
Harry Kane’s current hotel in which he and his family are residing
Opening its gates in the year of 1958, The Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Hotel is located in Munich, Germany, and is just 12kms away from the Allianz Arena. The hotel has hosted a plethora of special guests in the past the likes of Queen Elizabeth II and to English rock band, The Rolling Stones. Currently, it hosts Harry Kane and his family.
The hotel offers guests top-notch services like butlers, access to premium chocolates from Purity, and even a chance to test-drive BMWs. Harry Kane’s room, reportedly, boasts two bathrooms, six TVs, and more luxury perks. Yet, living in a hotel has its quirks; as his Bayern teammate, Thomas Muller, humorously pointed out, Harry Kane might run out of space with all the match balls from his hattricks.
Harry Kane was also presented with the opportunity to move out of the hotel after a £29 million mansion was available for sale however, the England international declined, and considering where he stays and where it is located, it is not hard to see why.
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