Nadal is royalty

sureshs

Bionic Poster
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Stayed here last weekend and the hotel and service by staff was excellent. Great facilities within the hotel especially the indoor swimming pool which allows you to swim straight into the outdoor one. We had breakfast included which was quality. Definitely going back soon. The...More

Very nice hotel, situated within walking distance of many of the towns attractions. The bus network is very good and frequent. Airport bus stops outside. Easy distance from the conference centre. The pool is very nice with a swim through from inside to out.

Great hotel. Love just being able to drive up and jump out on arrival. Would recommend sea and bay view rooms. Spa fantastic, both indoor and outdoor pools top class and in summer the lagoon is fabulous for kids.

Massive reception area, beautifully furnished rooms. Worth getting a room on the sea-side of the hotel. Star of the show is the indoor-outdoor heated pool, which lets you relax comfortably - even in the off season.

This was my 3d stay in this stunning place - and I am still blown upon arrival as if it was my first time here. Professional staff, great breakfast, large rooms (front rooms - rear rooms are smaller) - this time I tried the restaurant.

well they made my holidays a memorable one > we were there for five nights and spent the new year in Monaco> where should i start from the bell boy were all just too good and always ready to help>
 

Your Hero

Professional
We're reviewing hotels now?

There's a hotel in Pismo Beach with a Vincent Spadea room.
For a hundred a night you get blasted constantly with Vinnie's
awful raps and then he personally serves you breakfast in bed.
You call the police and have him arrested for trespassing. It's
all inclusive. 5 stars!
 

octobrina10

G.O.A.T.
Because their royal family has been tainted by corruption and supported a fascist dictator in the past.

By the way, there has been a Roger Federer suite in the New York hotel he stays in for a number of years.
As for Spain's royal family, they didn't rule the country from 1931 - 1975.

That Fed's suite (I have never heard of it) in NY has no connection with the local royalty (it doesn't exist).
But the Rafa Nadal suite in Monte Carlo was inaugurated by Prince Albert II, the reigning monarch of Monaco:

 

Tennease

Legend
As for Spain's royal family, they didn't rule the country from 1931 - 1975.

That Fed's suite (I have never heard of it) in NY has no connection with the local royalty (it doesn't exist).
But the Rafa Nadal suite in Monte Carlo was inaugurated by Prince Albert II, the reigning monarch of Monaco:

LOL Prince Albert II, The Playboy of Monaco.


Prince Albert II of Monaco

Frederic Nebinger - Pool /Getty Images
Prince Albert II of Monaco, seen here with his wife, Princess Charlene, on Aug. 3, 2012, in Monte Carlo, made headlines as a long-time bachelor with his affairs and out-of wedlock children. He publicly acknowledged in 2005 having an illegitimate son with a former flight attendant from Togo. In 2006, he also admitted to fathering a daughter, born in 1992, out of wedlock.

https://www.cbsnews.com/pictures/royal-scandals/2/


As Sureshs said, it's all about getting dirty and not about being classy.

:D:D:D:D:D:D



Speaking of Spanish royalty, if you scroll down in that link above:


Inaki Urdangarin, Spain's Duke of Palma de Mallorca

David Ramos/Getty Images
Inaki Urdangarin, the husband of Princess Cristina, is accused of misusing millions of euros of public funds, allocated to organize sports and tourism events, during his time as a chairman of a non-profit foundation from 2004 to 2006. The Duke of Palma de Mallorca, Urdangarin is the son-in-law of Spain's Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia. The palace annouced in December of 2011 that the duke was not going to participate in any official royal family activity for the foreseeable future.


King Juan Carlos of Spain

Daniel Ochoa de Olza
Outrage in Spain over what was seen as King Juan Carlos' extravagant hunting trip to Botswana was so extensive that the king had to issue an apology to the people of his debt-riddled nation. The palace confirmed such an apology was unprecedented in the history of Spain's monarchy. News of the April 2012 trip only surfaced after the king was injured in a fall in Botswana. Many Spaniards were dumbfounded that the king could make such an opulent journey - and, to boot, one to hunt elephants even though he is honorary president of the Spanish branch of the World Wildlife Fund - while everyday people brave a 23 percent unemployment rate.


=====> All these royals, they seem to have one thing in common: they are cheaters.:D:D:D:D:D
 
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octobrina10

G.O.A.T.
LOL Prince Albert II, The Playboy of Monaco.


Prince Albert II of Monaco

Frederic Nebinger - Pool /Getty Images
Prince Albert II of Monaco, seen here with his wife, Princess Charlene, on Aug. 3, 2012, in Monte Carlo, made headlines as a long-time bachelor with his affairs and out-of wedlock children. He publicly acknowledged in 2005 having an illegitimate son with a former flight attendant from Togo. In 2006, he also admitted to fathering a daughter, born in 1992, out of wedlock.

https://www.cbsnews.com/pictures/royal-scandals/2/


As Sureshs said, it's all about getting dirty and not about being classy.

:D:D:D:D:D:D



Speaking of Spanish royalty, if you scroll down in that link above:


Inaki Urdangarin, Spain's Duke of Palma de Mallorca

David Ramos/Getty Images
Inaki Urdangarin, the husband of Princess Cristina, is accused of misusing millions of euros of public funds, allocated to organize sports and tourism events, during his time as a chairman of a non-profit foundation from 2004 to 2006. The Duke of Palma de Mallorca, Urdangarin is the son-in-law of Spain's Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia. The palace annouced in December of 2011 that the duke was not going to participate in any official royal family activity for the foreseeable future.


King Juan Carlos of Spain

Daniel Ochoa de Olza
Outrage in Spain over what was seen as King Juan Carlos' extravagant hunting trip to Botswana was so extensive that the king had to issue an apology to the people of his debt-riddled nation. The palace confirmed such an apology was unprecedented in the history of Spain's monarchy. News of the April 2012 trip only surfaced after the king was injured in a fall in Botswana. Many Spaniards were dumbfounded that the king could make such an opulent journey - and, to boot, one to hunt elephants even though he is honorary president of the Spanish branch of the World Wildlife Fund - while everyday people brave a 23 percent unemployment rate.


=====> All these royals, they seem to have one thing in common: they are cheaters.:D:D:D:D:D

Speaking of cheating, Fed devotee, everyone has known what country has had the notorious banking system...
¤¤ ZURICH (Reuters) - Switzerland’s private banks, used for decades by the world’s wealthy to hide money and avoid tax...¤¤
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-swiss-banks-secrecy/swiss-banks-lobby-for-get-out-clause-as-end-of-bank-secrecy-nears-idUSKBN19622S
 

sureshs

Bionic Poster
Just compare Francesca in the pic above and Mirka.

Who would you like to stay in the hotel with?
 

Tennease

Legend
Speaking of cheating, Fed devotee, everyone has known what country has had the notorious banking system...
¤¤ ZURICH (Reuters) - Switzerland’s private banks, used for decades by the world’s wealthy to hide money and avoid tax...¤¤
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-swiss-banks-secrecy/swiss-banks-lobby-for-get-out-clause-as-end-of-bank-secrecy-nears-idUSKBN19622S
Nadal had been fined multiple times for cheating / getting on court coaching, lol. He's also received Time Violation warning multiple times.
 

Sentinel

Bionic Poster
Rafa enjoys the view from the balcony of his suite together with the reigning monarch of Monaco.
Sadly the only view I can get -- just zoom in behind the Monarch of Monaco -- is not very complimentary. Looks like some industrial area in the outskirts of my city :D

Not much to look out at if you ask me. Surely Mallorca has better views.
 

octobrina10

G.O.A.T.
Sadly the only view I can get -- just zoom in behind the Monarch of Monaco -- is not very complimentary. Looks like some industrial area in the outskirts of my city :D

Not much to look out at if you ask me. Surely Mallorca has better views.
Don't try to fool readers, Fed devotee!
That's what is behind the Monarch of Monaco:

 
Rafa should have been wearing a tie while meeting the Monarch.
Not good to be "underdressed" in such a situation, if you understand these things.
Please excuse him, he doesn't understand these royal etiquette stuff because he is not a royal, he's just a humble fisherman from Mallorca.
 
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