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Pristine beaches and palm tree covered vistas make Jamaica a fave getaway for tropical vacation lovers. But this Caribbean paradise also boasts luxury hideaways that dazzle as much as the scenery. Celebrities flock to these properties thanks to their special amenities and mind-blowing landscapes and so can you.

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Golden Eye lagoon cottages, courtesy of Golden Eye

Golden Eye lagoon cottages | Photo courtesy of Golden Eye

GoldenEye Hotel and Resort: Orcabessa Bay

Surrounded by the tranquil beauty of Orcabessa Bay, on Jamaica’s north coast, GoldenEye has glistened with star quality since the very beginning. This historic, 52-acre villa was James Bond creator Ian Fleming’s private escape and inspiration for the film “GoldenEye.” This sprawling property, featuring the Fleming Villa, is like having your own private island, with a private beach, pool, garden and staff. You can also choose beach or lagoon villas that sit upon a four-acre lagoon, or a lagoon cottage, which has it’s own dock and kayak waiting for you.

Photo courtesy of Moon Palace Jamaica Grande Hotel

Photo courtesy of Moon Palace Jamaica Grande Hotel

Moon Palace Jamaica Grande Hotel: Ocho Rios

This all-inclusive, beach-front property was recently featured on “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” and with it’s larger-than-life offerings, it’s easy to see why. Moon Palace Jamaica Grand is located in Ocho Rios, with soothing views of the Caribbean Sea. The resort offers 24-hour room service, four high-end restaurants and four bars and lounges on the the property. You can also enjoy a private, pearly sand beach, five pools and jacuzzis.

Round Hill villa, courtesy of Round Hill Hotel.

Round Hill villa | Photo courtesy of Round Hill Hotel

Round Hill Hotel and Villas: Montego Bay

The 100-acre, private enclave of Round Hill Hotel and Villas  screams luxury with its Ralph Lauren designed rooms and open-air villas surrounded by lush gardens and private pools. Sitting rooms, four poster beds and an infinity pool are highlights of this iconic resort, which has hosted legends like Errol Flynn, Noël Coward and President John F. Kennedy.

Trident Hotel, courtesy of Trident Hotel.

Trident Hotel | Photo courtesy of Trident Hotel

Trident Hotel: Port Antonio

The charming harbor town of Port Antonio hosts the retro elegance of the Trident Hotel, which showcases 13 villas wrapped in an impossibly blue backdrop. Private terraces and plunge pools allows guest to absorb the tropical ambiance and the privatespa uses Jamaica’s famous Blue Mountain coffee for its signature treatments.

Geejam Hotel, courtesy of Geejam Hotel.

Geejam Hotel | Photo courtesy of Geejam Hotel.

Geejam Hotel: Port Antonio

The hilltop location of Geejam Hotel creates a secluded feeling that’s increased by the soaring views of the nearby John Crow and Blue Mountains.  The remote surroundings aren’t the only thing that makes this six-acre property unusual, the natural hideaway also houses the Bushbar, a lounge that features live performances and a recording studio that has hosted GwenStefani, John Legend and Drake.

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Rosalind Cummings-Yeates

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