NEW UPDATE; Meet Luxury Four-Star Hotel Where Ronaldinho Ordered To Stay Under House Arrest

Ronaldinho is out of his high-security jail in Paraguay on bail of around £650,000, but has been ordered to stay under house arrest at a luxury four-star hotel while he remains under investigation for passport fraud.

And only the best digs will do for the former Barcelona star, who is said to have a net worth of £80million, but has reportedly run into money problems.


The 40-year-old Brazilian legend is staying in the stunning presidential suite at the Palmaroga hotel in Asuncion.

Aside from getting a good nights’ rest in the comfortable four-poster bed, he will be receiving five-star room service when he awakes this morning.

The room boasts its own balcony, 55 inch smart TV, as well as a whirlpool bath and spacious kitchenette.

Ronaldinho’s brother Roberto de Assis Moreira is believed to be in the executive suite, two doors down from the presidential suite.


The hotel itself is part of a 19th century building, and offers incredible views of the Bay of Asuncion.

Built on its rooftoop is a beautiful swimming pool, and the bar serves up vintage cocktails for its guests.

However, because of the coronavirus crisis those communal areas are believed to be out of bounds for the moment.

Currently, the cost of the presidential suite for a night is around £87-per-night with discounts offered due to Covid-19.

However, normally it’s at least three times that price.


Back on March 6, Ronaldinho and his brother were arrested after allegedly entering Paraguay on fake passports that said they had Paraguayan citizenship.

A criminal investigation is ongoing, which has seen a dozen arrests including a Brazilian businessman who gave the former Ballon d’Or winner the passports, as cops probe a potential money laundering operation.

While in jail, Ronaldinho celebrated turning 40 and enjoyed a barbecue with his inmates.

Should he be convicted, Ronaldinho could face five years in prison.

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