Press Coverage

Kikambala rewriting her story after Paradise Hotel terror attack – The Standard online October 22, 2015.

Kikambala in Kilifi County is attracting property developers in droves. The availability of land and good weather makes it perfect for building holiday and retirement homes. Remembered for the attacks that saw Paradise Hotel brought down by terrorists, Kikambala is leaving these memories behind and writing a new chapter. Read More ...

Sultan Palace reports surge in demand at Coast after Obama visit – XNEWS September 30, 2015.

Sultan Palace Development has achieved more than Sh 1.6 billion through sell of coastal villas and maisonettes due to a high demand for luxurious holiday homes at the Coast. According to the palace general manager Liu Tiancai, the highest purchase of beach resort was galvanised by US President Barrack Obama´s visit to Kenya Read More ...

Coastal resort reaps from Obama´s visit – mediamax.co.ke September 30, 2015.

Sultan Palace Development posted more than Sh1.6 billion in sales of 62 of its coastal villas and maisonettes in recent months. Out of these, 34 units were sold starting end of July, which marked a surge in demand for luxurious holiday homes at the Coast. The beach resort’s development´s general manager Liu Tiancai said he started experiencing this surge after the visit by US President Barrack Obama to Kenya. Read More ...

Chinese developer taps Swahili architecture – The Star September 2, 2015.

SULTAN Palace Development, the Chinese real estate company, has adopted ancient Swahili architecture in its upcoming Sh5 billion coastal holiday resort in Kilifi county. The resort on a 43 acres of beachfront property at Kikambala will be comprised of a five-star hotel, villas, condos and beach houses. Read More ...