"We're doing great," Argentine football legend Diego Maradona says of life in Dubai.
The facilities of his club, Al Wasl, are just 25 minutes away from the
luxurious palm-shaped artificial island Jumeirah Palm, where he lives at
a "royal residence" within the Jumeirah Zabeel Saray Hotel.
At the reception, a young woman plays the harp surrounded by water
fountains, with intricate lamps hanging from the ceiling. The hotel
annexes known as royal residences are a set of exclusive villas that go
for more than 1 300 dollars a night.
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