GoldenEye Hotel & Resort

GoldenEye overlooks the Caribbean Sea in the quiet village of Oracabessa Bay on Jamaica’s north coast. Built by the novelist Ian Fleming as his Jamaican retreat, GoldenEye is where Fleming wrote all 14 James Bond novels. Today, GoldenEye is an award-winning Island Outpost hotel owned by Chris Blackwell, the Jamaica-raised founder of Island Records. Though built in 1949, GoldenEye reopened in 2010 following a two-year expansion. The hotel now encompasses Fleming’s original villa plus 11 Cottages and six Lagoon Suites, all with direct access to the sea. GoldenEye has two restaurants (bistro and fine dining), two pools and its signature FieldSpa with open-air treatment rooms. Sited on 52 stunning acres, GoldenEye is home to secret coves, breathtaking private beaches, tropical forests and a singular lagoon.

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