GoldenEye overlooks the Caribbean Sea in the quiet village of Oracabessa Bay on Jamaica’s north coast.
Built in 1949 by novelist Ian Fleming as his Jamaican retreat, GoldenEye is where Fleming wrote all 14 James Bond novels. Following a two-year expansion, GoldenEye reopened in 2010 and is today an award-winning Island Outpost hotel owned by Chris Blackwell, the Jamaica-raised founder of Island Records. The family-friendly hotel now encompasses Fleming’s original villa plus 11 one- and two- bedroom Cottages and six Lagoon Suites, all with direct access to the sea. In addition to two restaurants, two pools and the signature lagoon-edge FieldSpa, guests enjoy endless experiential offerings, including kayaking, paddleboarding, snorkeling, jet skiing, coconut carving, bonfire building, nature walks and much more. Situated on 52 stunning acres just minutes from Jamaica’s newest jetport, Ian Fleming International Airport, GoldenEye welcomes jetsetters with secret coves, breathtaking private beaches, tropical forests, a singular lagoon and exquisite service.