- Fleming Villa
The Fleming Villa is like an island unto itself. Looking for privacy? Fleming Villa (along with its satellite cottages, Pool House and Sweet Spot) is all about privacy. Your own beach and, of course, your own pool, gardens, and staff. Walk over to GoldenEye for a spa treatment, sunset cocktails at the Bizot Bar or dinner at the Gazebo Restaurant. Walk back to Fleming Villa and, again, you’re secluded. Removed from it all. Really, it’s the best of all worlds and the very best of ours.
- Original Villas
The original one and three bedroom ocean view villas are nestled among tropical forests and lush gardens on a seaside bluff between the lagoon and the crystal Caribbean Sea and only a short walk from Low Cay beach and the Gazebo restaurant.
-One Bedroom Ocean View
-Three Bedroom Ocean View
-One Bedroom Lagoon Hut
- Beach / Lagoon Villas
The Beach/Lagoon villas open directly onto Low Cay Beach or sit directly on GoldenEye’s signature 4-acre lagoon. All feature custom designed king-size bed, overhead fans, a large porch, wooden louvred windows and wide double doors. These private accommodations invite the kind of indoor/outdo or living GoldenEye is famous for.
-One Bedroom Beach Villa
-Two Bedroom Beach Villa
-Two Bedroom Lagoon Villa
- Lagoon Cottages
Each Lagoon Cottage has its own private dock extending four feet over the lagoon and a brightly colored kayak that’s tied up and waiting for you. Each cottage is built into lush natural landscape with direct access to the lagoon from your veranda. All are just steps away from Low Cay Beach.
-Total living area of 720-square feet
-Custom-designed king-size bed outfitted with Royal Hut 400-thread count handmade linens (each bed faces out onto the water and overlooks Santa Maria Island)
-287-square foot veranda crafted from sustainable Brazilian hardwood
-Outdoor chaise lounges on dock and veranda
-Custom-designed furniture including writing desk and oversized comfy club chair
-32-inch flat screen television with over 200 international channels
-Your welcome gift of Blackwell Rum, awaits your arrival
-Minibar stocked with Red Stripe beer plus Ting and other beverages and tasty snacks unique to Jamaica
-Logitech Squeezebox sound system stocked with a catalogue of Island Records music
-Complimentary Wi-Fi (available in all rooms and throughout the property)
-Panasonic Inverter air conditioning technology (utilizes 40% less energy)
-Bodum coffee press (with fresh Blue Mountain Jamaican coffee) and kettle with a selection of teas
-37-inch flat screen television with over 200 International channels and Apple TV
Indoor / Outdoor Bathroom & Walk-in Closet Area:
-GoldenEye signature deep, claw-foot tub
-Private outdoor shower
-Bath and beauty products made using local wild-crafted botanical ingredients
-Two Royal Hut hand-dyed batik robes
Note: Lagoon Cottages accommodate two adults and, upon request, an infant crib.
- Beach Huts
Our easy, breezy, playfully painted Beach Huts are the most recent addition to the GoldenEye property. Each free-standing hut has been designed to promote indoor/outdoor living â€” enhancing the sexy beach vibe and seductive sounds of the tropics. High ceilings and oversized, louvered windows maximize cross-ventilation from ocean breezes, eliminating the need for air conditioning. Interiors are cool, comfortable and decorated in calm, neutral colors.
-One Bedroom Beach Huts
-One Bedroom Tall Beach Huts
-One Bedroom Beach Hut with Open-Air Dune Room
-Two Bedroom Beach Hut
In Room & Outdoor Jamaica Dining
Our menus feature a bounty of local specialties, from Jamaican-style ackee and saltfish to spicy jerk chicken with rice and peas as well as glorious seasonal fruits and sumptuous desserts.
- Bizot Bar
On the beach or by the sea!
On the western arm of Low Cay Beach, Bizot Bar is the spot for stylish low key dining. Located just steps from the sea and our fresh water swimming pool, Bizot Bar serves breakfast and lunch that includes fresh salads, yummy burgers and tasty pastas, as well as famously authentic and delicious Jamaican specialties.
The Bizot Bar is named for French counter-culture connoisseur, Jean-Francois Bizot (1944 – 2007). A journalist and music tastemaker, Bizot founded Radio Nova in Paris and introduced World Music to French audiences. At Bizot Bar, we introduce you to the sounds of Radio Nova, broadcast from France.
- The Gazebo
In the trees
Built in an aerie, tree house-style, the newly designed Gazebo (with lounge and restaurant) serves up dishes with an international flavor. Overlooking both Low Cay Beach and The Lagoon, the Gazebo is the sexy, open-air spot to enjoy cocktails while watching fiery Caribbean sunsets. Dishes range from grilled lobster tail to seasoned rack of lamb, complemented with an international wine list.
- In Room Dining
For a really delicious treat, try our in-room dining! We’ll deliver breakfast on the veranda of your Lagoon Villa or set a romantic dinner on the porch of your Beach Villa. You decide, we’ll make it happen!
- Outdoor Dining
Private dining by candlelight on the far edge of the Peninsula? Torch-lit beach BBQ with all the Jamaican fixings? Use your imagination and we’ll keep it cooking!
Fun in the Sun, Play on Land,
Splash in the Sea
The four-acre Lagoon, the centerpiece of GoldenEye, was created when Oracabessa was a banana port. Today it forms a peaceful ring around Santa Maria Island and extends under the GoldenEye bridge and into the Bay. GoldenEye’s main beach, Low Cay, is 500 feet of smooth sand that’s ideal for sunning, relaxing and swimming. Our fun, fitness-focused experiences include lagoon rafting, stand-up paddleboarding and core balance and strength instruction. Guests can also mountain bike to Firefly, play tennis, or simply jog along the coast. Other uniquely inspirational and experiential activities are available, including sunset yoga, and coral restoration.
- Water Sports at GoldenEye
Kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, snorkeling, fresh and saltwater pool, lagoon and sea swimming, jet skiing. For all our water activities visit Wata Sport Beach. Located just below the Gazebo it is headquarters where you’ll find our water sports guides and instructors who will arrange everything for you.
Flood lit tennis court for day or night play.
Tennis Pro available upon request.
- Core Training
Stabilize the body’s core with exercises to strengthen the abs, lower back, and gluteal muscles. The practical and educational workout is part of the “FieldSpa FieldWork” series.
- Team Morning Run
The FieldSpa Team’s morning run is a favorite daily activity, staffed by friendly and enthusiastic local runners proud of Jamaica’s sport heritage. A low elevation loop along the coast is one of several routes. All fitness levels welcome.
- Morning Fishing Trip
Join one of the local Oracabessa Bay fishermen for their morning catch. Pull traps set by fishermen or drop a line yourself and bring your catch back to have it cooked by our chef at GoldenEye.
- Sunset Yoga
Improve circulation and restore energy while watching the sunset. Fundamental yoga poses are practiced in all sessions, allowing beginner through advanced students to deepen their practices.
- GoldenEye Glass Bottom Boat
Take a ride on our glass bottom boat to check out over 700 species of fish in Oracabessa Bay.
- Bird Watching
Jamaica has more than 255 bird species, of which 26 species and 21 subspecies are endemic to the island. Click here to view a PDF of birds of Jamaica!
- Garden Walk
GoldenEye’s garden is dense with exotic trees and numerous tropical fruits.
- And… Backgammon
There are plenty of backgammon fans at GoldenEye. If you need a board, just ask at the front desk.
- Kids Activities
Families with children of all ages are welcome at GoldenEye! There are more than 30 acres of gardens, woods, lagoons, caves and beaches for them to explore. Note: For after dinner fun,
there is a huge selection of DVDs in the front office. Kids love watching the James Bond movies over and over (and over) again.
- Adventure by Sea
Our trained lifeguards and skilled instructors will supervise your child’s experience, teaching them water safety, snorkeling, and kayaking.
- Coconut Carving with Ramsey
A project children adore – from finding the right coconut on the beach to having a souvenir from a trip they will never forget.
- Art Classes with Tukula Ntama
Well known local artist and conservationist, Tukula Ntama, teaches how to paint Mosaics, Collages, and Fabric Printing. She is responsible for all of the beautiful driftwood creations that surround GoldenEye.
- Jewelry and Doll Making with Mama Orah
Orah El is a master potter, jewelry maker, painter and Yoga teacher, but her greatest passion is working with children to inspire and empower them through the arts.
Out and About Near GoldenEye
It’s true. You may never want to leave GoldenEye. But we encourage that you do. There are so many magical Jamaican experiences for you to have while staying with us. We’ll arrange for you any excursion you see below (and even those that aren’t listed, so please tell us what you have in mind!).
A View to Thrill, on Firefly Hill
Firefly has the most stunning view in the Caribbean. The property has a magical legacy that spans centuries and has been both sacred and strategic, prized by all who have lived thereâ€”from the island’s indigenous people, the Taino, to the notorious pirate-turned-governor-turned-posthumous Sir Henry Morgan.
In 1948, Noí«l Coward the celebrated wit, playwright, composer, director, actor, singer and one of the greatest social figures of the 20th century acquired the property. Originally called Lookout, Coward renamed his Jamaican home, Firefly. Firefly, which stands today just as Coward designed it, is a modest, modern house however, its history is grand. Over the 20 year period when Coward was in residence, he entertained the most glamorous personalities of his day, from movie stars to literary greats and even Britain’s Queen Mum, who famously stopped in for lunch on her 1965 trip to Jamaica.
Firefly is just about five miles, and a 15-minute drive, from GoldenEye. It is the ideal place to throw a big party (it’s especially popular for weddings) or to visit for an relaxing afternoon picnic. Plan to stay for sunset, when the bright pink, dusky blue and deep gold light show in the sky gets under way.
The front desk will arrange your visit to Firefly.
Make your FieldSpa reservation
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To spend time in our FieldSpa is to exist in a more mindful and peaceful tempo, a cadence that allows us to breathe more deeply, live more slowly and more fully when returning to work and home. With its lagoon’s edge cottage and open-to-the air treatment rooms, our spa without walls is a sanctuary for massage, salt scrubs, skin brightening facials, herbal wraps, and energy work. So built into the natural landscape, guests can kayak or swim through the lagoon to arrive at the spa. In room treatments are also available. The fieldSpa shares an approach to living that enlivens with energy, happiness, and health.