Celebrate 60 Years Of James Bond At GoldenEye

Dive deep into the world of Bond — James Bond at Ian Fleming’s Jamaica home with this special offer

By Amulya Hiremath, edited by Hamzeh Alfarahneh on 10.06.22

Once the Jamaica residence of renowned 007 author Ian Fleming, GoldenEye opened as a resort in 2011 and is home to private beaches, secret coves, a seawater lagoon, and The Fleming Villa — where the acclaimed writer crafted all 14 James Bond books. To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the world’s favorite spy, GoldenEye is offering visitors, who book a minimum four-night stay from September 28 – December 19, 30% off accommodations, among other perks.

The Fleming Villa at GoldenEye
The Fleming Villa at GoldenEye

From a cocktail on arrival to complimentary use to their many amenities from the tennis court, non-motorized water sports, and the fitness course. With four dining options on the property, you can stay from Lagoon and Oceanfront Villas to Beach Huts and Cottages. Located twenty minutes east of Ocho Rios, GoldenEye is a perfectly hidden tropical paradise waiting to be explored. 

Oracabessa Bay, St. Mary, Jamaica
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