Goldeneye Hotel & Resort

Over the water at the Goldeneye Hotel Resort in Jamaica
The view from the Goldeneye Hotel and Resort in Jamaica
A bedroom at the Goldeneye Hotel and Resort in Jamaica
An aerial view of the Goldeneye Hotel and Resort in Jamaica
A bedroom at the Goldeneye Hotel and Resort in Jamaica
Over the water at the Goldeneye Hotel Resort in Jamaica
The view from the Goldeneye Hotel and Resort in Jamaica
A bedroom at the Goldeneye Hotel and Resort in Jamaica
An aerial view of the Goldeneye Hotel and Resort in Jamaica
A bedroom at the Goldeneye Hotel and Resort in Jamaica
Over the water at the Goldeneye Hotel Resort in JamaicaThe view from the Goldeneye Hotel and Resort in JamaicaA bedroom at the Goldeneye Hotel and Resort in JamaicaAn aerial view of the Goldeneye Hotel and Resort in JamaicaA bedroom at the Goldeneye Hotel and Resort in Jamaica

Goldeneye Hotel & Resort is precisely where you imagine James Bond would try to seduce the latest Bond girl who may resist his charms but not those of this exclusive Jamaica hideaway.

By JAY KAY
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  • The name isn’t just some fancy idea of an eccentric hotelier. This is indeed the birthplace of 007, the famous spy character invented by Ian Flemming who settled here after the WWII.

    Just like James Bond, you too can start your adventure luxuriating on the sandy beaches of this four-acre lagoon, dotted with exclusive villas hiding in the shade of mature intensely green vegetation.

    Hire one of the white wall cottages, furnished with solid wood, brightened by colourful cushions, and opening wide to the sparkling blues of the sea. All you need now is on your own Bond girl to emerge from the sea.

    Good to Know

    All in all there are 20 rooms including 11 cottages (one and two bedroom) as well as the Fleming villa fit for 10 guests.

  • Accommodation

    20 rooms and cottages – One and Two Bedroom Lagoon Cottages, One and Two Bedroom Beach Cottages, Lagoon Suite, and Ian Fleming Villa.

    Top rooms – One-bed Beach Cottages set in the silky sand and Lagoon suites for their paradise-like character. Cottages and villa are self-sufficient, containing full kitchens.

    Prices start from around £450 a night (during low season) including breakfast.

    Eat & Drink

    Bizot Bar is right on the beach and the right spot for stylish yet informal dining. It serves a mixture US and European favourites with delicious Jamaican specialties.

    Built in a tree house-style, Gazebo – a lounge and restaurant – turns out an international affair while the sun is setting over Low Cay Beach and The Lagoon.

    Activities

    Aside the fresh water infinity pool, the four-acre Lagoon with its turquoise waters will be your playground where you can take a swim, enjoy a rafting experience, try stand-up paddleboarding and more, available from the watersports centre.

    Other experiences include mountain biking, tennis, jogging along the coast or sunset yoga, and coral restoration.

    Relaxation

    FieldSpa has been designed to slow your body and mind right down through its magical settings, facilities and myriad of treatments.

    For other times there is the gardens and a CD/book library, not doubt containing the series of the famous spy.

    Essentials

    Parking – onsite parking available.

    Wifi – free throughout.

    Room service – none but the ‘Guest of the House’ grants you free access to drinks and food.

    Children – welcome with lots of assistance provided.

    Pets – not allowed.

  • Goldeneye Hotel & Resort
    Oracabessa Bay
    Oracabessa
    Saint Mary Parish

Updated: 11 February 2014