Made famous by the likes of Ian Fleming and Errol Flynn, the Jamaica Inn Hotel is now fabled for its setting, and its exemplary service.
The years have not diminished the appeal of Jamaica Inn since the star-studded days when the resort was ‘discovered’ by famous guests like Ian Fleming and Errol Flynn.
Rather, time has added to this Jamaica hotel’s amenities and facilities, heightening the sense of away-from-it-all luxury and attention to detail.
The champagne-tinged beach has not changed of course – it is still considered Jamaica’s finest. But now there are unrivalled guest suites with verandas as large as open air lounges, over-stuffed sofas and décor inspired by the locale.
Then there are the dedicated suites.
The White Suite, for example, is huge, with a private pool, standing on its own peninsula. The Blue Cottage sits apart on the beach. And Cottages Three and Four set a new standard for ultimate seclusion. They’re situated on a private bluff high above the ocean – their private, infinity-edge pools offering the sort of sea views no camera can truly capture.
Back at the Inn, there are enough world class amenities to satisfy the imagination of Fleming himself. Water sports, scuba diving, water skiing, riding, tennis, croquet, Ocean Spa and exercise rooms, plus an 18-hole golf course nearby. The al fresco restaurant features a delicious combination of international and West Indian specialities, and after-dinner dancing.
Bond would have been impressed by the Jamaica Inn and Spa Hotel in Jamaica.