GoldenEye is not an ordinary hotel, but a collection of private villas, cottages and beach huts. Each is set amid tropical gardens, private beaches and secluded coves—a Jamaica home away from home. GoldenEye is a place. A mindset. A far-reaching myth in the collective imagination. And yet, GoldenEye couldn’t exist anywhere in the world—except, of course, exactly where it is.
49 huts, villas, and cottages
Outdoor Workout Space
Yoga & Meditation
Turtle Release Program
Lagoon-Side Field Spa
Ian Fleming Villa Tour
- Supporting local communities and foundations (such as the Oracabessa Foundation) through job creation and youth education.
Preserving Jamaica’s marine ecosystems by fighting overfishing and coral reef destruction (created a fish sanctuary and coral garden).
Home of a non-profit Dive Ship where all proceed go toward marine conservation.
Oracabessa Foundation Tree Planting opportunity.
Spaying and neutering local cats.
Turtle Hatching Experience – protection and preservation of the endangered Hawksbill sea turtle.
- Locally sourcing food to support small farmers.
- Use of eco-friendly straws.
- Composting program.
- Minimizing waste on property through various sustainability programs.
Jamaica has a tropical climate with year round temperatures between 22 and 30°C.
Good to Know
Typing out 2,000 words a day, Fleming writes Casino Royale in 1952, the first of his 13 James Bond novels, all of which were written in his bedroom at GoldenEye. Three of the books — Dr. No, Live and Let Die and The Man with the Golden Gun – are set in Jamaica.
Lagoon-side FieldSpa offering massages, meditation, salt scrubs, herbal wraps, facials and more. Many of the botanical elixirs and essential oils used are made at the FieldSpa, drawing on traditional Jamaican recipes and the healing powers of roots, leaves and herbs grown at the farm, Pantrepant.
The easiest way to get to GoldenEye is to fly to Kinston Airport, which is only a hour and a half by car from the property.