Located in a stunning 52-acre site filled with exotic trees and an abundance of wildlife. Originally built in 1949 by Bond author Ian Fleming, GoldenEye has played host to many of the world’s most glamourous writers and musicians.
The laid-back chic resort has been remodelled to comprise a selection of beach cottages, lagoon suites and a new restaurant – not forgetting its roots entirely, it pays homage to the Bond history.
Accommodation is decorated with custom-made furniture, locally sourced materials and the best and latest technology and gadgets. Whether you are staying in a waterfront cottage over the lagoon, surrounded by beautiful tropical gardens, or in a beach cottage where you step off your private verandah onto the sand, there is an enormous sense of privacy.
Just steps from the sea, The Bizot Bar is great for stylish, low-key dining. Focusing on delicious Jamaican cuisine and fresh, seasonal produce, you can dine here during the day. As the sun sets, head to the Gazebo. Nestled in the trees in an airy, tree-house style, the Gazebo is home to cuisine with an international flavour. This sophisticated, open-air restaurant and lounge serves grilled lobster tail and seasoned rack of lamb, and after dinner, recline with a cocktail and watch the sun disappear over the Lagoon.
Tropic Breeze offer 7 nights in a Lagoon Suite GoldenEye Hotel Jamaica on bed and breakfast basis from £2,349 per person, based on two adults sharing. This price includes return British Airways flights from London Gatwick to Kingston and return airport transfers.
For more information visit www.goldeneye.com