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Inside England’s stunning Euro 2024 hotel with golf course, spa and ROBOT – but Wags will be 20 miles away

ENGLAND are taking over a luxury 94-room resort for Euro 2024 – but will leave their Wags 20 miles away.

The FA have reportedly paid £800,000 to book the whole of a German golf and spa centre, which even boasts a robot to collect dishes.

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The Weimarer Land golf resort and Spa is set to host England at Euro 2024[/caption]

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A luxuriant sauna will be among the facilities on hand[/caption]

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The squad will have timber-clad rooms or suites[/caption]

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England’s stay is expected to cost around £800k[/caption]

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The players will have digital pads linked to phones to contact hotel staff[/caption]

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England stars will be treated to the best facilities[/caption]

But the Three Lions are taking their own chefs and are expected to avoid having the players’ partners anywhere near.

It’s claimed the FA are seen to ensure no repeat of the “circus” seen the last time England competed in Germany in a major tournament.

That was when the Three Lions limped through to a quarter-final exit against Portugal on penalties in the 2006 World Cup.

The likes of Victoria Beckham, Cheryl Cole, Alex Gerrard and Coleen Rooney made unwanted headlines back then.

And it appears the FA are being ultra safe this time around.

They’ve secured the Weimarer Land Golf and Spa resort in Blankenhain, including swimming pools, sauna and gym, for the tournament from June 14-July 14.

Meanwhile, it’s understood the Wags are looking into staying at a five-star hotel 40 minutes away by car.

Manager Gareth Southgate is tipped to have one of the Weimarer’s top three suites, with the golf-themed names of Birdie, Albatross and Eagle.


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The outdoor pool should be dazzling when Euro 2024 starts[/caption]

Meanwhile, Harry Kane, Jude Bellingham and Co will have timber-lined rooms or suites.

Room service will be extra easy – as every man gets a hand-held digital pad linked to the resort’s staff.

Food-wise, breakfast will be typical of the venue’s normal service.

Salmon, organic sourdough breads and eggs are on the menu, alongside fresh orange juice and locally-produced honey.

The FA are relying on their own chefs for dinner – to help guarantee perfect sporting nutrition.

But Michelin chefs Danny Schwabe and Marcello Fabbri – from the Weimarer’s Augusta and Masters restaurants – will provide an al a carte menu.

All in all, it’s well above par for a venue as the hosts of the England squad.

Now it’s up to Southgate’s Lions as the visitors on the pitch to be up to scratch as they bid for their first major trophy since 1996.

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The venue includes unusual touches such as this horse[/caption]

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The FA are bringing their own chefs to the hotel[/caption]

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Downtime will of course include the chance for golf[/caption]

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The gym looks plain compared to other aspects of the resort[/caption]

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The Three Lions are unlikely to utilise the drinking facilities much[/caption]

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