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Channel your inner James Bond at GoldenEye.
Surrounded by the richest subtropic culture and the Caribbean Sea is a delightful overture to an unforgettable stay. Situated on the outskirts of Ocho Rios, GoldenEye is forever linked to Sir Ian Fleming and has served as a muse for timeless literary works. The surrounding landscape is a reserve teeming with birds and fauna found nowhere else in the world. The same can be said of the decor in the Lagoon Cottages and Beach Villas.
GoldenEye’s ‘island-vibe’ theme is an ode to Reggae music. Fixtures, furniture and linens use natural light to create earthy tones. You’ll love the Beach Villas with verandas overlooking 500 feet of gorgeous white sand. Or, walk across the swing bridge to the Lagoon Cottages and find a sanctum where you can let go of everything.
A seamless blending of man-made and natural elements result in an eco-friendly carbon footprint. Guests can contribute to this by taking part in the GoldenEye Planting Program. Select a tree to plant, put your name on it and add it to countless others sewn by world famous celebrities. Deep sea fishing and water sports make for a great time. However pottery classes, bird watching and food make the experience truly unique.
Finally, an array of dining options are available indoors and out. Have a private dinner for two in your villa or dine while you watch the sun set the horizon ablaze. A menu of uber delectable dishes featuring Jamaican fare or international favorites can be tailored to you at GoldenEye.
Beach & Lagoon Spa: located on the lagoon | indoor/outdoor
Cuisine: Jamaican | international
Accommodation: cottages | villas
Tech Savvy: WiFi Staff: friendly | non intrusive
Activities: jet skiing | deep sea fishing | paddle boarding
Rooms: en suite bathroom | stocking of Island Records music collection | welcome gift | kitchenette
Island Bwoy Tip:
A visit to the Spa at GoldenEye is a must-have experience.
From $310 USD per person | per night | double occupancy
Rates listed here are subject to change and represent low season pricing.