MESSI BUSINESS Lionel Messi ‘ordered to DEMOLISH
£26million Barcelona hotel because 77-bedroom building
does not meet city standards’
20:10, 4 Dec 2021 Updated: 20:10, 4 Dec 2021
LIONEL MESSI’S week may be going from boom to doom
after his £26m hotel was reportedly ordered to be
Paris Saint-Germain’s Argentine legend was celebrating on
Monday when he lifted the Ballon d’Or for an incredible
Now the £650,000-a-week striker could be set to take a hit
as the 77-bedroom hotel he owns was found not to meet
Messi’s four-star ‘MiM Sitges’ is located not far from the
private estate he lived on during his days in Barcelona and
was one of his favourite places to visit.
According to El Confidencial, a court order for the
demolition of the property is currently pending.
And they even approached Messi’s camp for comment,
but neither he nor his team decided to speak on the
Messi, who owns hotels in Ibiza and Majorca with the
Majestic Hotel Group, spent £26m on the Hotel MiM
Sitges, which sits just over 100 feet from the sea, back in
However, the fresh report states that he did so without
knowing that Sitges Town Hall had already ordered its
demolition due to its non-compliance with building codes.