Llana Beach Hotel, Cape Verde
The Resort Group introduces its latest 5-star resort on the island of Sal
The former Portuguese colony of Cape Verde lies approximately 500 kilometres off the west coast of Africa and is comprised of 10 islands and five islets. Among them is Sal, a sun-drenched island only 12 kilometres wide by 35 kilometres long that beams with sunshine an average of 350 days a year. You can read more about the allure of Cape Verde below.
The island of Sal, where wispy white dunes merge magically with indigo-blue water, will be home to Llana Beach Hotel, the newest 5-star resort from The Resort Group.
The Resort Group specialises in the construction of 5-star resorts in Cape Verde in partnership with leading hotel brands, fully funding each project and offering discounted rates and guaranteed returns for off-plan investors.
Llana Beach Hotel is comprised of 601 unique hotel suites including garden, beachfront and swim-up units. Llana Beach will be managed by Meliá Hotels International and will include tropical pools, no less than six restaurants a techno gym and a world-class spa. The highly anticipated opening will take place in 2016 so construction at Llana Beach Resort is well under way and the ambitious construction schedule is right on track. Situated between Meliá Tortuga Beach and Meliá Dunas Beach Resort & Spa, Llana Beach Hotel will deliver a new level of guest experience in Cape Verde.
Property ownership at Llana Beach Hotel is made possible through various payment options and a range of off-plan incentives such as discounts that are available throughout the construction phase until December 2015. Once the resort is operational, investors will benefit from an ongoing rental returns payable via the Hotel Management Scheme. In addition, cash purchasers will also enjoy the added lifestyle of personal usage, with up to five free week¹s luxurious holiday accommodations every year. Prices at Llana Beach Hotel start at only £115,000 with fractional investments available from only £10,000. LOFT has negotiated special entitlements so be sure to identify yourself as a LOFT member if contacting the developer directly, or email us at email@example.com.
- Guaranteed returns of 7% per annum for the first two years
- 601 unique hotel suites including garden, beachfront and swim-up units
- Tropical pools, no less than six restaurants, a techno gym and a luxurious world-class spa
- Pristine beaches with year-round tropical weather
- Opening in 2016 with exclusive discounts available until the end of 2015
Starting from £115,000 (approximately HK$1.4 million), and as low as £10,000 (approximately HK$122,000) for fractional investment
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THE ALLURE OF CAPE VERDE
Beauty scenery, friendly people and vibrant Creole culture have made Cape Verde a must-visit destination for in-the-know travellers for many years. Add to that the infectious beat of famed Cape Verde music and the renowned morabeza (Creole for hospitality) of its people and you’ll see why many have come and never left.
The ten islands and five tiny islets that make up Cape Verde vary wildly in character and scenery ranging from spectacular mountain ranges to deserted beaches and a variety of volcanic landscapes. This impressive variety helps to make Cape Verde such an appealing destination.
Cape Verde is the region’s most westernised country, where the people are richer and better educated than almost anywhere on the continent. It has sought closer economic ties with the US, EU and Portugal, and in 2008, Cape Verde became only the second country after Botswana to be promoted by the United Nations out of the ranks of the 50 least developed countries. In recent years it has seen economic growth averaging 6%, the construction of three international airports and hundreds of kilometres of roads.
Beyond its powdery sand beaches and below the surface of its sparkling waters, Cape Verde has a rich marine life. It is an important nesting site for loggerhead turtles and humpback whales feed in the islands’ waters. Underwater adventurers will also be treated to a host of 16th century shipwrecks that litter the sea floor, abundant with eels, yellowfin tuna and the occasional humpback whale.
The island of Sal is also popular for water sports such as windsurfing and sailing, but for those seeking rest and relaxation, the white sandy beaches will not disappoint.
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