WAYNE and Coleen Rooney have stayed at an upmarket hotel where suites cost from £3,500 a night during the Wagatha Christie trial.
The couple spent last week easing the stresses of the libel hearing at the renowned Nobu Hotel.
The five-star joint boasts classy restaurants and its suites have emperor beds and handmade mattresses to aid sleep.
Guests can practise pilates on reformer machines and get a massage in the wellness and fitness centre.
A source said: “Wayne and Coleen have had a stressful week and they wanted somewhere to unwind away from the glare of the trial.
“They couldn’t travel to and from their home in Cheshire as the case starts promptly and finishes late.”
The flash accommodation is a far cry from the three-star, £60-a-night StayCity Aparthotel at Manchester’s Piccadilly rail station where Wayne, 36, spent an impromptu evening last July.
The former England and Manchester United ace nodded off after going there with three women students he met on a boozy night at a club.
He slept sat upright on a chair in the two-bed apartment and left early the next day.
The girls later apologised to the Derby County manager for posting pictures of him online.
Wayne apologised to his club and his family.
He and Coleen, 36, are back in court tomorrow when she is due to carry on giving evidence.
It came after Coleen accused her rival on Instagram of leaking stories about her to the Press.