How Sultan Palace Hope To Transform Beach Front Property into a Family Luxury Paradise

 A Real estate developer, Sultan Palace Development Limited is investing into a fun-filled family holiday paradise offering to fill the gaping hole in the Kenyan market for coastal holiday facilities that cater for both adults and children. The model is to be set up in a 43-acre of land along the retreat beach in Kikambala, Kilifi County.


 Billions of shillings of investment in beach-front holiday endpoints at the Kenyan coast but holidaymakers have to make additional long trips to different and far-off places away to access entertainment facilities. This will spices up the holiday for everyone in the family.


“It is a harsh reality that most of the holiday spots at the coast do not provide the all-under-one-roof destination where children can play and have fun while also keeping the adults entertained without the need to travel for sometimes hours from where they are staying,” said Liu Tiancai, General Manager Sultan Palace Development Limited.


In a true twist on the royal standard of holiday living, Sultan Palace Development Limited has converted the 700 metres of exquisite sandy beach front into a luxury resort. The resort comprises of villas, condos and beach houses, for the family in search of the ideal holiday at the coast.


It will feature a 1,000 square-meter waterpark – making it the largest waterpark in Kenya- comprising water play areas with, tunnels, splash pads, water slides and lazy rivers intended to enable children to have active fun with an element of adventure.  Adjacent to the waterpark are three swimming pools making the view dynamic and sight appealing.


The children will be kept to entertain themselves off the water. The beach retreat will feature a kids’ club with a play area and kids café. It will also have a kid’s games room for video gaming and a creative area for activities such as painting and drawing.


The Souk overlooks the beach at 10 meters above sea level. It also has a gourmet restaurant, cocktail bar and beach bar from where guests can enjoy a serene and unobstructed view of the Indian Ocean. It is set up in a way that allows parents to enjoy The Souk, a residents club that is the heart and soul of the beach retreat and features a host of the best leisure facilities as children explore their talents and the waterpark.


Residents will enjoy a world class club house incorporating a fine brasserie, a well-equipped gym, games room and a luxury health spa. 


Fena Owira says that they believe that a vacation or a retreat at the coast should not transform into a logistical nightmare but it is addition to the facilities they are developing for families. The choice of location for the resort ensures that vacationers are within easy reach of many of other offerings of a holiday at the coast.


This will not compromise on exclusivity and privacy through its location in the prime decongested coastal space of Kikambala. The beach retreat is within five kilometers of the Vipingo Ridge Golf course and it offers easy access via the Mombasa-Malindi Highway.  It’s near facilities in Nyali and Bamburi that includes glamorous shopping malls and a vibrant entertainment.


Attached on the economic potential of Kilifi County, the Sh5bn Sultan Palace Beach Retreat represents a landmark investment in the Kenyan coast reaffirming the desirability of the coastal town for real estate and as a tourist’s terminus.

  “Kilifi is thriving as a holiday destination and the recent developments in infrastructure, a sign of the county government’s dedication, is more than enough goodwill for us,” said Liu Tiancai.

The fully-financed Sultan Palace Beach Retreat comprises exclusive villas of 400 square meters, beach houses of 230 square meters and executive condos ranging between 80 and 170 square meters in the first phase. A pre-construction rush has seen the villas already experience an upsurge in price to Sh72m. This up from an opening price of Sh65m with most of the villas now sold. A five-star hotel is to be established in the second phase of the development.

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