Small Luxury Hotel’s Top Caribbean Picks 2017

This just in from Small Luxury Hotels for 2017…

A Caribbean hotel round up! Check it out, swoon, and book (if you’re anything like me and really need a vacation… STAT).

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The Manoah – Anguilla

The Manoah Boutique Hotel: Shoal Bay, Anguilla

Every aspect of the brand new Manoah Boutique Hotel has been designed to celebrate its stunning location on the shores of Shoal Bay.  Opened in December 2016, the 25 bedrooms and suites are decorated in cool neutral shades and each room has a private glass-fronted veranda overlooking the beach. The resort boasts an Olympic-sized swimming pool surrounded by lush tropical gardens plus two tropical beach bars. Guests can opt to spend their days at the tranquil Manoah Spa, or relax on the powdery white sands of Shoal Bay taking in the view. Water sports such as paddle boarding, kayaking or scuba diving can also be arranged. Inspired by a delicious mix of global cuisines, chefs at the Ocean Beach Club Restaurant have created a unique menu using fresh seasonal produce, best enjoyed accompanied by the sound and sights of the sea.

SLH Insider Tip: With local stables nearby, spend an evening on horse-back with a sunset beach ride on Cove Bay.

www.slh.com/manoah

Rates: $350/night

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The Reef by CuisinArt: Anguilla

The Reef by CuisinArt: Anguilla

Desirably situated on Merrywing Bay on the tranquil island of Anguilla, The Reef by CuisinArt debuted in November 2016, revealing a beachfront contemporary oasis featuring 80 suites, directly on the Caribbean Sea. The hotel offers an array of accommodation, some with sea views and others that are right on the white sand beach with dramatic outdoor Jacuzzis. Fresh locally sourced ingredients from the on-property hydroponic farm and fresh seafood fill the menu at the nautical inspired fine dining restaurant, The Yacht Club, and the casual cool beach front bar and restaurant, Breezes. The architecture and design of the hotel is fresh and modern, with touches of colour and the sea brought inside and ocean views from almost every window.

SLH Insider Tip: Head to the other end of the island and take a boat out to tiny coral island, Scilly Cay, for live music, delicious lobster and for what many hail as the best rum punch on the island.

Rates: $500/night

www.slh.com/thereef

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Le Barthelemy Hotel and Spa: St Barths

Le Barthélemy Hotel and Spa: St Barthélemy

This exclusive oceanfront resort is SLH’s first property in St Barth’s. The hotel opened its doors in November 2016, welcoming guests to its 46 rooms and suites with interiors by celebrated designer Sybille de Margerie and cuisine by Michelin-starred French chef, Guy Martin. The elegant boutique hotel perfectly captures the laid-back luxury of St Barth’s, with light airy interiors and genuine island hospitality. The bright and airy rooms and suites are decorated to reflect the white sands and turquoise blue of the ocean and each one opens out onto a private terrace with ocean or garden views and private swimming pool. Aux Amis, the resort’s restaurant serves a light menu during the day and in the evening the space opens onto a beachfront terrace where guests can enjoy French and international cuisine overlooking the bay. The hotel’s spa has partnered with luxury French skin care brand La Mer and offers a wide array of treatments in its open-air atrium.

SLH Insider Tip: On the south-east tip of the island sits Anse de Columbiere – this undeveloped bay is only accessible by foot or by boat and is a peaceful haven for those seeking somewhere secluded to swim and sunbathe.

Rates: $648/night

www.slh.com/barthelemy

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The pool at Paradise Beach Nevis

Paradise Beach: St Kitts and Nevis

Exclusivity, intimacy and personal service are key at this beachfront resort on the utopian island of St Kitts and Nevis. Boasting an idyllic location – nestled into a glorious white-sand beach and overlooking St Kitts and Mount Nevis – Paradise Beach Nevis has the distinction of being the only villa resort on the Caribbean island of Nevis. The resort is child friendly and the villas for up to eight people make it a great option for a family getaway. Each of the seven villas is its own personal palace with a marble or limestone bath, king beds, a sound system which allows guest to stream their own music, fitness studio, dining rooms for private meals, a private pool, a sea view and kitted out with Hermés bath products. The hand woven, palm roofs were designed to mirror the Nevis Peak, which, combined with lush gardens and an amazing beach, provide a paradise of luxury and tranquillity. 

SLH Insider Tip:  Probably one of the more well-known attractions but still well worth the hype is the Sugar train –the last scenic railway in the West Indies. The double decker carriages have open sided top decks for guests to enjoy the breeze along with their rum punch and the sounds of the trains own choir.

Rates: $876/night

www.slh.com/paradisebeach

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Point Grace Resort and Spa: Grace Bay, Turks and Caicos

Point Grace Resort and Spa: Grace Bay, Turks and Caicos

An all-suite hideaway surrounded by perfect sandy beaches as far as the eye can see, Point Grace Resort and Spa overlooks the stunning Grace Bay and is SLH’s first hotel in Turks and Caicos. The tropical resort is turn-of the-century style with a contemporary twist and consists of 25 suites all spanning over 1,000 square feet, two restaurants and the Thalasso Spa, where treatments are inspired by the ocean. Grace’s Cottage, the hotel’s fine dining restaurant is an architectural gem featuring picturesque outdoor seating where old world elegance meets modern gourmet cuisine. Guests can also enjoy lunch and breakfast at Hutchings, which is nestled in a tropical garden and serves casual food with a Caribbean influence. A unique collection of African tribal crafts and artwork can be found dotted around the hotel, most of which are locally sourced from the island and lend an insight into the culture and travel experience of the turn of the century West Indian traveler.

SLH Insider Tip: If you’re a wildlife lover visit the Leeward settlement, an uninhabited islet known as ‘Iguana Island’ – a sanctuary for the endangered Turks & Caicos Rock Iguana.

Rates: $460/night

www.slh.com/pointgrace

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Aruba, Adults Only

Bucuti's Romantic Beachside Huts

Bucuti’s Romantic Beachside Huts

Normally, we don’t write about Adult’s Only properties because it always makes us think of nudist colonies, but, sometimes, when we go on vacation, we do want some peace and quiet. Enter: Bucuti & Tara Beach Resorts, one of Aruba’s premier boutique resort for couples. The award winning, owner managed resort caters to adults only and has earned a number of awards and honors. Most recently, Bucuti was named number one in the top 25 hotels in the Caribbean by TripAdvisor and is the only resort in Aruba to be honored in this category. Additionally, Bucuti was named number two in the top 25 hotels for romance in the Caribbean, number four in the top 25 hotels for service in the Caribbean and was honored among the top hotels for romance in the world. Bucuti has also appeared on Condé Nast Traveler’s prestigious Gold List, recognizing the world’s best places to stay.

A chic standard room at Bucuti

A chic standard room at Bucuti

Located on the white-powder sands of Eagle Beach, designated as one of the “Dream Beaches of the World,” Bucuti’s 104 guest rooms and suites, freshwater infinity pool, and Day Spa, make it recognized as a Five Star Diamond Resort by the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences.

We also like the property because it’s certified Green Globe 21, ISO 14001 and ISO 9001, and is a leader in sustainable tourism throughout the world, earning the Green Globe High Achievement Award. If vegging on the beach isn’t the only thing you’re after, Bucuti supports the local community with  monthly beach clean-ups, the Turtugaruba sea turtle protection group, and Donkey Sanctuary Aruba.

Eagle Beach, Aruba

Eagle Beach, Aruba

Did we mention that the resort is also TAG Approved® as a gay friendly hotel?

So, you can have an all around relaxing time on one of the best beaches in the world AND feel good about it.

From around $300/night

www.bucuti.com

Anguilla… Sweet Like Vanilla

CeBlue Villas and Beach Resort (courtesy of the hotel)

CeBlue Villas and Beach Resort (courtesy of the hotel)

Anguilla… rhymes with vanilla, but most likely takes its’ name from the word ‘eel’ in various European languages due to it’s unique shape. Although the island has gained popularity in recent years thanks to A-list visitors like Liam Neeson, Orlando Bloom, and Miranda Kerr, Anguilla has long enticed in-the-know travellers to experience any number of it’s 33 pristine beaches. A British overseas territory located in the north eastern region of the Caribbean, just five miles north of St. Maarten, and 150 miles east of Puerto Rico, the island is best known for its powder-white sand beaches, all with crystal-clear turquoise waters matched by few places in the world. Its warm, friendly people keep visitors coming back with an island culture infused with a love of the land and dependence on the sea, reflected in its history and cultural festivals that celebrate Anguillian traditions of fishing, boat racing, and cuisine.

Now, the re-opening of the famed Malliouhana Resort & Spa has placed Anguilla again at the forefront of the global conversation. Special offers and new dining options all create great reasons to choose Anguilla for that special winter getaway.

Upcoming Events

The 25th Annual Moonsplash Music Festival will take place March 27-29 under the full moon on gorgeous Rendezvous Bay. Hosted at The Dune Preserve, it is the longest running independent music festival in the Eastern Caribbean and highlights some of the biggest names in reggae and popular emerging talent.

The following weekend, Easter weekend, April 4-5, is the 7th Annual Festival del Mar. An epicurean celebration of all things from the sea, it is hosted in the picturesque fishing village of Island Harbour and features a multiplicity of seaside activities, including fishing competitions, culinary competitions, swimming races, crab races, and of course, Anguilla’s National Sport and beloved pastime, boat racing.

Malliouhana Hotel

Malliouhana Hotel

Accommodations

The renowned Malliouhana Hotel & Spa re-opened its doors in November 2014 after a three year closure and restoration by Auberge Resorts. Malliouhana has been considered one of the finest resorts in the Caribbean since its original opening in 1984. The resort features 55 rooms, two beaches, two restaurants and bars, an extensive array of sports and fitness facilities as well as a 15,000 square-foot spa all on 20 acres of elevated beachfront land.

Nightly rates start at $525 for a garden view deluxe room, inclusive of a continental breakfast buffet for two.

http://malliouhana.aubergeresorts.com/ or www.aubergeresorts.com

Ce Blue Beach Resort & Villas, Anguilla’s first and only luxury private residence club, has introduced a new concept for Caribbean vacations: the hybrid villa-resort. CéBlue encompasses just eight private villas, all with lush native landscaping, dramatic oceanfront vistas and configurations up to six bedrooms. Outside, each villa has a spacious 2,000 square foot covered deck plus 3,000 square feet of open terrace with a private pool, outdoor rain shower & bath. While privacy is paramount at CéBlue, guests who seek out a more traditional resort experience can take advantage of a clubhouse with luxury resort amenities and a variety of beachfront activities and entertainment options.

Beaches Edge West End Villa

Beaches Edge West End Villa

Beaches Edge has recently enhanced their two five-bedroom West End Villas with all new soft furnishings. Travelers will enjoy brand new luxury bedding and bath linens, updated accessories and expanded pool-side seating and umbrellas.

www.beachesedge.com

Frangipani Beach Resort acquired the villa formerly known as Seychelles in January 2015.  The five-bedroom/four-bathroom villa, scheduled to open in November 2015, is the only one of its kind directly on Meads Bay and features a private infinity pool, butler service and access to the amenities at Frangipani Beach Resort including the fitness facilities and complimentary water sports. Nightly rates will start at $3000.

www.frangipaniresort.com

Kishti Villa Collection will introduce not one but two new six-bedroom retreats to Anguilla’s amazing Meads Bay on March 18, 2015. Known as Kishti on Meads, the twin villas launch the brand-new Kishti Villa Collection, which also includes the five-room Kishti at Black Garden, a few miles east on Anguilla’s north shore. Each villa highlights capacious interiors featuring dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the sea (“kishti” is Urdu for canoe), with Cecconi Simone-designed interiors highlighting Eastern objets d’arts and Western artworks that create a distinctive environment of unusual refinement. The new six-bedroom villas offer: two kitchens per villa; patio and rooftop gardens; a home theater and home office; personal gym; and a staff of 11, including a butler and chef. The Kishti Villa Collection is exclusively represented by Ricketts Luxury Properties.

www.rickettsluxury.com

Altamer Russian - Amethyst Villa

Altamer Russian – Amethyst Villa

Altamer resort in Shoal Bay West recently renovated and transformed one of its three beachside villas, the Russian Amethyst, into an art villa. Curated by Jennie Lamensdorf, the villa boasts a variety of contemporary paintings from the personal collection of Francis Greenburger, Chairman and CEO of the resort’s New City-based developer, Time Equities Inc. (TEI).

http://www.altamer.com

Properties in Paradise, one of Anguilla’s premier real estate and consulting firms, has added the seven-bedroom estate Santosha Villa available for weekly rentals, and added the newly re-launched Elements Villas (Sea, Sand and Sky), formerly Temenos, to the firm’s portfolio. Lastly, Zenaida Beach & Tennis Estate is offering their summer rates for the whole winter season, a savings of nearly 50 percent.

http://www.propertiesinparadiseaxa.com/

Viceroy Anguilla (c) Viceroy

Viceroy Anguilla (c) Viceroy

The swanky Viceroy Anguilla is offering packages for Valentine’s Day for couples having large destination weddings or small, intimate gatherings to tie the knot. The Love & Legacy Package applies to groups of at least 100 adults staying for three nights and starts at US$500 per person, while Love in the Sky rewards couples who book six roundtrip seats on a Tradewind Aviation flight from San Juan to Anguilla with complimentary seats on the same flight. For those who prefer a couples-only ceremony, Love is Simple and The Elegance of a Vow include the wedding ceremony, a dedicated wedding specialist, a three-course dinner for two at the resort’s signature restaurant Coba and more. The packages are US$4,200 and $4,800 respectively, and also include personal assistance with the marriage license and certificate service. Of course, the fun doesn’t stop after the ceremony, as couples who host a wedding with more than 100 rooms will receive a complimentary five-night stay in a suite, a romantic dinner for two and a bottle of Veuve Clicquot champagne for their first anniversary.

www.viceroyhotelsandresorts.com/en/anguilla 

Allamanda Beach Club is offering a Couples Spring Break Getaway. The four-day package includes daily continental breakfast, car rental for the four days, a one-hour glass bottom boat ride, a 40-minute massage for two and dinner for two on the final evening. The package is $1,640 and is valid April 15 through December 15, 2015.

Restaurants

French pastries - Cafe de Paris (courtesy of Cafe de Paris Facebook page)

French pastries – Cafe de Paris (courtesy of Cafe de Paris Facebook page)

Café de Paris offers a blend of French and Anguillian specialties. Led by the team that operated Big Spring restaurant in Island Harbour, Café de Paris is set among a lush garden in the West End of Anguilla.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cafe-de-Paris/274341452725952.

Dad’s Restaurant on Sandy Ground is offering “You Catch It – We Cook It” for fresh seafood at its best. Patrons can bring in their freshly caught fish for the chef to prepare it to their liking with three side dishes. Dad’s also features live music and dancing in the evening.

https://www.facebook.com/DadsAnguilla.

Pizza at Daisy's

Pizza at Daisy’s (courtesy of Daisy’s Facebook page)

Daisy’s is another restaurant new to the Anguilla scene. Located in a traditional Anguillian home in George Hill, the restaurant serves Caribbean food as well as thin- and thick-crust pizzas. Daisy’s is open Monday through Saturday for lunch and dinner.

https://www.facebook.com/DaisysAXA.

Ruthy’s Yum Yum is a new locally-owned restaurant featuring fusion-style menu options and international flair. Located in Little Dix, near Shoal Bay East, the restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

www.instagram.com/ruthysyumyum

Sarjai’s Restaurant opened in December 2014 by Chef Darren Connor, a member of the Anguilla National Culinary Team. Named for his daughter, the restaurant is located on Meads Bay and features a menu of local and regional dishes with an international flair. Sarjai is open Tuesday through Sunday for lunch and dinner.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sarjais-Restaurant/359863227519292.

Romney’s is Anguilla’s newest restaurant, located in Lower South Hill. Serving tasty local cuisine and favorites such as oven-fresh pizza, succulent burgers, mouthwatering quesadillas and more, Romney’s is the place to dine this winter and is under the capable direction of Chef Kevin Paul.

For reservations or take-out orders please call 1-264-497-6810 or www.facebook.com/romneys

Anguilla is easily accessible via daily flights that connect directly to Anguilla from San Juan or St. Maarten. For those coming from St. Maarten, Anguilla is just a short seven-minute flight or 20 minute ferry boat ride away.

 www.iVisitAnguilla.com 

Cayman Brac Attack!

Cayman Brac Beach Resort

Insert yourself here.

Much better than that pile of stinky laundry sitting at home and that boss breathing down your neck.

Cayman Brac. You know you wanna piece a this. So what is it, exactly? Well, let us tell you. It’s the largest sister island of Grand Cayman situated 90 miles northeast. Just 12 miles long, this little gem of a daydream offers two sides:  quiet and adventurous.  The west side of the island where the airport is located is flat, while the east offers a steep bluff with a remarkable ancient coral limestone cliff and caves.  The caves on this island were reputed to have been used by Blackbeard to hide his ill-gotten gains plundered from Spanish ships.  Argghhh… and that’s not all! There are 35 heritage sites on the island consisting of forest, beach walks, bird watching hotspots, caves, hurricane refuges, cliff trails and wetlands. Why can’t we just move to these places and become a beach bum already? Ugh. Life ain’t fair, Chicken Little screams.

Well, at least you can go visit and get a piece of it for a nice long vacay. Phew! And now there’s more reason to check it out. New, highly anticipated hotel offerings from a wide variety of accommodations on Cayman Brac are also popping up,  sure to satisfy all ages and interests.

Cayman Brac Beach

The Brac Reef Beach Resort is once again open for business, with an entirely new building, remodeled guest rooms, and five additional junior suites with walk-in showers with dual shower heads, iPod docks, flat screen TVs and upgraded furniture. Porches and balconies have been installed for guests to relax and experience Cayman Brac’s peaceful environment and stunning sunsets too.  We also like the fact that sustainable practices have been implemented with the addition of an electronic guest key to conserve energy and the use of environmentally-friendly cleaning products.  We likey.

Rates start at a reasonable $145.00 US/night.

To get on it and book:

Tel: (800) 594-0843

http://www.bracreef.com/

The Alexander Hotel, Cayman Brac’s most recent development, is also now officially open. This all-suite hotel, located on the south coast of the island, overlooks the Salt Water Pond Bird Sanctuary, just steps from Cayman Brac’s white sand beaches. Furnished in a modern Caribbean style, the Alexander Hotel is ultra chic, with tall ceilings and an open and airy floor plan.

Rates start at $156.00 US/night.

To book, call (345) 948-8222 or visit http://www.alexanderbrac.com/

In addition to fresh new accommodations and restaurants, Cayman Brac offers even more thrill and adventure for dive enthusiasts with the introduction of 13 new dive sites, as part of the Cayman Islands’ ongoing “Dive 365” project which aims to develop and maintain 365 separating moorings, providing Scuba divers a new and beautiful diving choice every day of the year.

So now you have no excuse to veg out or dive Cayman Brac.

http://www.divecayman.ky/dive365/

Jamaica’s Moon Dance Resort

Jamaica’s sexy Moon Dance Resort

Moon Dance in a Trance…

Have you ever looked around at your life and doubted that it could be so good?

The little cracks in reality that shine like a piece of art?

Maybe they’re short lived windows, a simple flash in the mind, but sometimes they last.  In fact, sometimes they last for seven sweet days of heaven.  That’s exactly what happened to me on my dream vacation in Negril, Jamaica at the Moon Dance Villas.

From the time you arrive, your every need is provided for long before you even know it exists.  The villas are fully staffed with your own private entourage.  I was handed my first rum punch upon stepping in the door and later offered a freshly blended piña colada in the middle of the afternoon.  Have I mentioned that I have my own bartender?  That was followed by a delectable lobster dinner whipped up by my cook and served outside with a view of my private beach.  Are you catching how many times I’ve said “my”?  After endless days of not lifting a finger, the staff including your butler, begins to feel a lot like family.  To top it all off, living like a Hollywood celebrity has never been so affordable.

The Moon Dance Pool at Night

Moon Dance Villas has 6 luxurious and fully outfitted homes to choose from.  This makes it the perfect vacation spot for you and your sweetheart, your closest lady friends, or your whole family.  I stayed in the 5 bedroom Bay Whisper with 9 other ladies, making it only $190 a person per night in high season!  I recommend the all inclusive package for just another $115/night, which gives you unlimited food and beverage, wine and liquor, at any time of the day or night.

With your own private beach, gardens, pools and jacuzzis, you won’t really want to leave.  However, if you feel like pushing your relaxation right over the edge, I recommend the treatments at Jackie’s on the Reef.  Your staff will help you get to this idyllic spot where you can choose from a variety of classic spa options, including deep tissue massage and facials.  They also take therapeutic treatments to the next level with quality practitioners of energy work, past life readings and ion cleanse detoxification.  Almost all of the treatments are in the $60 range, making it possible to stack as much self love as you can into one week.

With wedding hosting and loyal regulars, Moon Dance doesn’t really need the extra advertising, but I can’t help wanting to share this gem with the world!  As the testimonials attest to, it’s a place where all people, be it families with mixed ages or a gaggle of gals, can finally come home from a vacation fully rested.  For me, the whole experience began to feel like some moving canvas colored by vibrant hues of turquoise waters, fuschia sunsets, and golden sunned skin.  All a bit too good to be true, but I awoke to that gorgeous dream for 7 days straight.

http://www.moondanceresorts.com/
http://www.jackiesonthereef.com/

By Sarah Breidenbach

Sarah Breidenbach - Jaunt MagazineJaunt Magazine Contributor, Sarah Breidenbach, currently resides in Taipei. When she’s not hittin up HK to sing the blues, she’s sniffing out holistic spa treatments, Buddhist teachers, and all things artistic and chic… for you lucky readers. Next up? The goods you can’t find anywhere else in the world.

Turks and Caicos: The Regent Palms

The Regent Palms - Turks and Caicos

Fresh in from Josh Brown, a freelance writer who writes about a variety of travel topics, he’s plugging Turks and Caicos as the perfect spot for honeymooners, newlyweds, and strung out execs in need of some high-level vacay. And who are we to disagree?

When planning a Caribbean vacation, several locations that typically come to mind are the Bahamas and Bermuda, but if you’re looking for a more subdued, chic location with fewer tourists, everyone who’s anyone knows that Turks and Caicos is the top-notch choice for sexy seclusion.

Conveniently located only about 90 minutes by plane from Miami, you can also find over 200 miles – yep, 200 miles – of white sandy beaches where coral reefs extend along the coast making this island the perfect area for diving. Resorts abound, but the favourite among gliteratti is probably The Regent Palms located at the center of the world-renowned Grace Bay Beach only 15 minutes from Providenciales Airport. With an 18-hole golf course, the marina a ten minute drive away, and accolades like Robb Report’s ‘One of the Top 100 Resorts in the World – 2008′ and Condé Nast Hot List for New Spas in the World – 2008’, don’t say we didn’t warn you… you’re gonna get drenched in five-star sexiness. The Regent Palms contains 72 suites, a world-class spa, and two signature restaurants, Parallel23 and Plunge.

If you are unsure where to begin looking for great deals on your trip, consider looking online to source prices (anywhere from $400 +/night) or speak with a travel agent as many agencies offer great deals on vacation packages to Caribbean islands like Turks and Caicos. For example, Liberty Travel, a network of – literally – hundreds of travel specialists all in one place – has a vacation package to spend 3 nights at The Regent Palms resort at a fraction of the cost. Sure, there are many reasons to choose the Caribbean for your next vacation, but Turks and Caicos just might provide exactly the sort of sleek experience your wanderlusting heart craves.

Jamaica, Mon: Blackwell’s GoldenEye

Our first piece of news from our sabbatical (Oh, who are we kidding? It was all work and no play at the London School of Economics) is this bit ‘o goodness: The opening of the new GoldenEye.

That’s right! An iconic Jamaican resort, GoldenEye was originally home to Ian Fleming and the location where he penned the James Bond novels. In 1976, Chris Blackwell purchased GoldenEye and for decades it has been known as THE glamorous hideaway for everyone from Truman Capote to Johnny Depp and Kate Moss.

This October, the new GoldenEye opens after being closed for two years. The property’s original design – including three beaches and singular lagoon – have all been lovingly preserved. Accommodations on the 52-acre property now comprise the original Fleming villa and the five built by Blackwell that have been artfully refit, as well as 11 new beach cottages and six new lagoon suites. Two new restaurants round out the food and beverage offering and an array of water sports and fitness activities will be led by Jamaica’s own Olympic athlete, Iona Wynter.

We think that’s reason enough to stop Pussy Footing around and buy a ticket to Jamaica, mon.

To learn more about the spirit of GoldenEye, its storied past and starry future, please visit the recently debuted website, goldeneye.com.

In addition, keep an eye out for Blackwell’s other Island Outposts: Strawberry HillThe CavesJakes and Geejam.