GoldenEye | Jamaica | If Only

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He’s not the only person to find inspiration amongst the lush, tropical vegetation and clear lagoons; GoldenEye was also the muse for Sting, who crafted ‘Every Breath You Take’, whilst relaxing here. Today, this remarkable resort is owned by Chris Blackwell, the Jamaican born founder of Island Records and he ensures that its legacy of arts, music, and culture lives on. GoldenEye is not a usual hotel in the traditional sense of the word, but a stunning collection of villas, cottages, and beach huts each sitting within their own private space, surrounded by tropical gardens, private beaches, and a crystal-clear lagoon. Wide verandas, sound systems wafting softly playing music from Island Records artists, clawfoot baths, outdoor showers, and soft hand dyed batik robes encourage you to relax, slow down, and find your own tropical rhythm. Divine meals showcase fabulous Jamaican authenticity with the freshest of fish, Jerk BBQ, and tasty local dishes and in-room dining is also available. Let the natural beauty of GoldenEye seduce you, like it has done to visitors so many times before. With its beautiful beaches, tangle of native rainforest and winding lagoon, it’s not hard to see why this beautiful spot is so highly regarded.


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At a glance

  • Boutique Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 48 villas, cottages and beach huts



48 villas, cottages and beach huts lie dotted through a tangle of vines and tropical gardens. Lagoon Cottages are calm, collected and inviting with direct access to the lagoon. Lie in bed each evening and listen to the water gently lapping the private dock where your kayak is tied, ready and waiting. The freestanding beach huts embrace the tropics with loft ceilings and over-sized windows to catch the ocean breezes - these are for lovers of indoor/outdoor living. Villas stand alone in native greenery and sit on the beach or lagoon, offering the very best in relaxed, luxury living.



Memorable dining comes care of two distinctive restaurants designed to suit all moods. Lying on the western fringe of Low Cay Beach, Bizot Bar is a place for low-key, stylishly relaxed dining with a menu of fresh salads, pastas, burgers, and flavourful, authentically Jamaican dishes. Bamboo Bar is simple and special laid back rum bar that offers fabulous fresh-off-the-boat grilled fish and smoky Jamaican Jerk BBQ right on Button Beach. For refreshment head to Shabeen, set next to the pool, this is the spot for a chilled Red Stripe and a handcrafted cocktail as you take in the sunset from the rooftop terrace.



Whilst at stay at Goldeneye might inspire the Ian Fleming in you, it might also bring out your inner James Bond with a wealth of exciting and fun activities to enjoy. There are two freshwater swimming pools and a saltwater splash pool that is shaped like an eye, but the ultimate swimming 'pool’ is the 250m part saltwater part fresh spring water lagoon. Head to Low Cay, the main beach at GoldenEye and you’ll find a golden croissant-shaped curve of sand whilst Button Beach is a rustic beach home to the watersports team who will kit you out with snorkelling equipment and Hobie Cat sailing boats, as well as stand-up paddle boards.



Quite literally ‘a cottage in a wood’, the FieldSpa is set in a pretty cottage on the edge of the GoldenEye Lagoon and everything about this place; from the trees, the water, the warm breeze and the natural, earthy tropical scent, enhances the overwhelming feeling of calm. Cosy treatment rooms open to the fresh air offer sanctuaries in which talented therapists work their magic. Massage, meditation, salt scrubs, and herbal wraps using botanical elixirs and essential oils fit perfectly with its setting, creating a tranquil space where you are encouraged to reset both physically and emotionally.


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Ian Fleming International Airport


Approximately a 5 minute drive from the airport.


January to March is the peak travel season when the island and resorts are at their busiest. April and May can be a pleasant time to visit when average temperatures range from 22 degrees to 30 degrees, rainfall is relatively low and the main resorts are less crowded. Keen sailors and enthusiastic spectators shouldn’t miss the Easter Regatta. This 4 day event held in March or April annually brings an exhilarating atmosphere to the picturesque Montego Bay and welcomes locals and visitors alike to take part.