All India, 19th September 2013: This year Jamaica celebrates 51 years of independence and the phenomenal people, developments and achievements that have made them one of the most influential cultures on earth. Also celebrating 51 years is the James Bond film franchise, which has made the fictional 007 agent a household name around the globe. In as fascinating a story as the novels themselves, James Bond has his very roots in Jamaica. Not only were 13 James Bond novels written in Jamaica, but author Ian Fleming was himself enchanted by the island and called Jamaica his home.

Golden Eye, a Jamaican retreat built by the eminent” James Bond” novelist Ian Fleming is  now available as a resort for visitors looking for solace and tranquility in the lap of nature. This picturesque retreat was Fleming’s hideaway for penning 14 legendary James Bond novels. The very first 007 film ‘Dr. No’ was partly shot on location in St. Mary and Kingston Jamaica in 1961. Fleming’s love for Jamaica continued till his passing in 1964. Since then his adored Jamaican home continues to welcome actors, actresses and the like who sojourn to Jamaica for the similar seclusion and beauty that inspired Fleming’s legacy of literature.  Now an Island Outpost property, Golden Eye Hotel & Resort sits on the original piece of land as well as 40 neighbouring acres.

Located in Oracabessa, 20 minutes from Ocho Rios Fleming’s endless entourage of famous visitors included the famous playwright, actor and artist Noel Coward, the painters Cecil Beaton and Lucien Freud, the writers Truman Capote, Graham Greene, and Evelyn Waugh, and the British Prime Minister and his wife, Sir Anthony and Lady Eden. With Fleming’s original three-bedroom home, Goldeneye today offers its esteemed guests a host of luxurious accommodations. Bond Suites: Sexy, sleek, seductive apartments, with views to kill. These ocean front apartments feature infinity plunge pools or totally private roof terraces with a “great bath”. The Beach Cottages are half a step from heavenly Low Cay Beach, a 500-foot sandy crescent which is sheltered from the open sea by a coral reef

This exclusive cliff top hideaway gives guests a chance to live out their Bond dreams with a stay inside Ian Fleming’s very own villa. From the same writing desk the beauty of Jamaica continues to captivate guests, continuing the love affair that gave the world Bond… James Bond.

For Further Information, please contact: Pourushasp Mehta Trac Representations India Pvt.Ltd Phone : 022 – 24981777 , 09820664262 | Email: visitjamaica@gmail.com