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Saltpond Conference & Leisure Hotel

Saltpond Conference & Leisure HotelThe Saltpond Conferenence & Leisure Hotel will be situated at Kuntu Beach, 9.764 hectares of water front property over a water line length of 700 meters with a width of 110 meter at the West side and 160 meter wide at the East side. Covered with cocoa palm trees and app two meter higher elevated at the lagoon side than the Atlantic side. The property on the beach side is located at 30 meters from the high tide water line.
SaltpondThe ocean waves are up to 2 meters high in particular in the afternoon when a strong ocean breeze picks up. The districts geologist does not foresee floods or earth quakes. The region is listed with the international assurance board with a code indicating low risk of natural disasters. The soil consist of course sand on top of granite.




The Accra airport is the second airport in West Africa after Lagos Nigeria, with direct intercontinental flights by KLM, Lufthansa, Swiss Air, British Airways, South African Airlines, and Alitalia. The non stop Amsterdam - Accra KLM flight is just 6,5 hours with one hour time difference. A helicopter platform at the resort will enable world leaders in business and government to shorten the travel time from the Accra airport to the resort to less than 30 minutes.

The semi hardened road to the property is appr. 4 kilometer from the intersection at Anokye at the coastal highway from Accra to Cote d ‘Ivory, and leads through the center of Kuntu village, after which its winds around the active operated salt ponds to the beach. From Kuntu village the road requires leveling and widening for frequent traffic for which funds have been committed by the Mfantseman district, once the construction start. Traffic to and from the island will take place with electric driven boats for passengers and electric golf and freight carts.

Electric capacity is sufficiently available in the area and a power line leads to the property. An additional transformer may have to be installed by the power company, which will be paid by the Ministry of the Interior according to the districts office. A diesel generator is required for black out periods for the full power demand of the resort and the second homes.
During 2007 the Dutch engineering company Spaans Babcock installed a drinking water treatment plant and distribution system in the district with a € 25,- million EU-grant, serving 150.000 people. The safe drinking water distribution system with sufficient capacity leads to the Kuntu Beach property.Water treatment systems for waste water will have to be developed and built for the resort and for the second homes. Collected rain water will be used for watering gardens and for the swimming pool.