More than a week ago, thousands of homes were affected by Hurricane Otis in Acapulco, including some famous ones like those of Leticia Calderón or Roberto Palazuelos, who recently showed what has become of their property.
Exclusively for “De Primera Mano”, the businessman showed some images of his property, known as Casa de la Ensenada, which he has put up for rent but is currently not occupied.
In the photos, you can see some lounge chairs and umbrellas lying on the floor, as well as the glass part of the windows. As if that wasn’t enough, palm trees and soil can also be found in some of the furniture.
Black Diamond indicated that he would wait for the insurance to evaluate how his house was done and thus measure the damage he suffered.
Roberto Palazuelos too noted that his house was fortunately not structurally damaged, so it was faster to fix it. In addition, he said that he hopes to help all the people who lost everything after Otis.
“He was hit, but not too bad, I’ll take him right away, none of my structures were damaged. I think the mountain is protecting me.”
The luxurious amenities of the house of Roberto Palazuelos
Casa Ensenada is located in the Las Brisas subdivision. one of the most exclusive subdivisions located in the Port of Acapulco and Puerto Marques.
It is estimated that the value of Roberto Palazuelos is more than 60 million pesos. This house can be rented for between 35 thousand and 50 thousand pesos per night, although the price varies depending on the season.
The luxury house has sea views, six bedrooms, two dining rooms, four swimming pools, one television room, and a main dining room designed for ten guests.
The property of the famous person is located in front of the Virgin Sea, which is why sometimes the renters of the house can witness some whales.
Roberto Palazuelos will help those affected by the typhoon
The famous person shared stories and posts on Instagram where he mentioned that he intends to help all those affected by Otis and even called on those who are able and willing to donate food or hygiene products to be sent to Acapulco.
“Today my house in Acapulco is destroyed and thousands of Acapulqueños but we will work hard to get it back and I want to thank all the people here who sent a lot of things and a lot of love, a situation like this is not easy #acapulco is not alone and many of us love him from the bottom of our hearts.