Inside Harry Kane’s luxury Munich hotel 

where England captain has racked up £1MILLION tab as house hunt goes on

Despite his record-breaking start to life in Germany with Bayern Munich, Harry Kane is still having no luck finding a house.

Kane, 30, started life in Munich by checking in to the luxurious Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski, one of Munich's most expensive hotels.

The Bavarian club have put Kane and his wife, Katie, up at the hotel - with the ex-Tottenham man racking up a £1MILLION bill.

Taking a look at the five-star digs it is not hard to see why, with the hotel playing host to many celebrities since it opened its doors in 1958.

The hotel provides a butler service, has access to luxury chocolate brand Purity and Krigler perfume house as well as an exclusive BMW test driving experience.

Kane's suite features a separate living room, two bathrooms made of Carrara marble, silk curtains, designer furniture, six TVs and a host of other state-of-the-art facilities.

Kane, who had viewed a dream £70,000-a-month eight-bed home in the village dubbed "Bavaria’s Beverly Hills", is paying a reported £10,000 per night for the hotel.