The Beautiful Jamaica Inn Has An Intimate Connection With James Bond Author Ian Fleming

With Bond fans eagerly revving their engines before the release of the 25th Bond film, No Time To Die, 007 enthusiasts are advised to make a pilgrimage to Jamaica Inn. Owned by the Morrow family for over 60 years, the property lies just east of Ocho Rios and boasts a private white sand beach that has long been considered one of the best in the Caribbean. It was at this iconic hotel that Ian Fleming–the creator of James Bond–sipped martinis at the bar, which he would later describe in the first Bond book, Dr. No, as the place to be seen on the island.

The launch of Jamaica Inn’s James Bond package means you can do just that and more, as you explore Fleming’s beloved island in superspy-worthy style. (A seven-night, all-inclusive stay for two in a Deluxe Veranda Suite with Ocean View, complete with the James Bond package and return flights with Virgin Atlantic from London, starts from £4,520 (about RM24,462) per person through Exsus Travel.) You’ll embark on a bespoke tour of famous Bond film locations and, back at the resort, a martini-making class, an outdoor screening of a James Bond film, and a Live and Unwind massage session which will have you moving as smoothly as 007 himself.

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