Brad Pitt Is Set To Open A Luxurious Hotel Despite The Rocky Relationship With Angelina Jolie

By Abbie Kraft, Parent Herald September 08, 12:56 pm

Brad Pitt and his wife, Angelina Jolie has been dragged in unending divorce speculations right after their marriage. Despite the speculations however, it was revealed that Brad Pitt opened up one of the biggest resorts in Croatia.

Brad Pitt and Angelina are both going through a rough patch. CelebDirty Laundry released a report which mentioned that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are both on the verge of divorce. One of the factors pointed out by the website was the fact that they both lack intimacy.

It was mentioned that the couple no longer engage on private time behind closed doors. It was then mentioned that the couple rarely spend time with each other, thus placing a bar on their intimacy.

Despite their shaky relationship however, Brad Pitt is making a career breakthrough as he shifts to real estate. It was then mentioned he invested a huge amount on his Croatian real estate.

Conde Nast Traveler released the details in regards to Brad Pitt's resort that is set to open in Croatia. It was mentioned that Brad Pitt's resort is roughly around $1.5 billion, which is set in a coastal town within Zebace.

"Brad Pitt is the latest celebrity to enter the hospitality industry by building a new luxury resort in Croatia, complete with a hotel, villas, restaurants, shops and a golf course," a source told Conde Nast Traveler. "The massive development, set in the small coastal town of Zablace, is set to cost more than $1.5 billion."

People also added that Brad Pitt have been going to and fro as he take constant trips to Croatia. Brad Pitt is the latest celebrity to take interest in real estate as the luxury hotel is bound to open this year. During his travel period, Brad Pitt enjoyed travelling with his colleagues as they enjoyed a boat ride within the coat of Adriatic.

© 2018 All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.

Sign up for our Newsletter

Real Time Analytics