Golden Eye Resort Exhorts the Spirit of James Bond

Chris Blackwell is a a  music mogul, the founder of Island Records, most importantly the discovery of Bob Marley, the most powerful figure for half a century in the music industry who was involved in nonprofit organizations like Island ACTS which raises fund to promote education and health of the local communities, Oracabessa Foundation. The guests at Golden Eye are encouraged in tree planting and also coral restoration. Island Outpost, which is the hospitality empire of Blackwell, includes a chain of boutique hotels and which use the local produce to promote agricultural sphere.

In the cliff top bungalow author of James bond novels had lived and wrote his James Bond books. Both Sir Anthony Eden and his wife had planted a rubber tree marked with a plaque. There are twenty one wooden cottages, sit in the shadow of GoldenEye, with verandas looking very simple. But they are stylish inside well furnished, white walls, shiny concrete floors, kitchens, wardrobes. Beds and cushioned sofas are positioned to get total exposure for view, make cottages feel unusual with a tropical garden. It is priced at £360 per night.

Blackwell, who had bought Goldeneye in 1977 and recently from top to bottom renovated and expanded, reopened it just past fall. Besides a great main villa, guests could write postcards on the same desk which was used by Fleming to create the superspy adventures. The 52-acre beachfront property with Ian Fleming tag offers buyers a lifestyle of James Bond himself, combining history with first-rate service and food. Though GoldenEye looks tiny, it can be developed as one of the sustainable resorts and tourism.

 

 

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