The Jamaican tourism industry has been very creative in the way they market packages to lure tourists to the island.
Even fully vaccinated travelers who land in Montego Bay will be tested before they arrive. They will be locked away in areas where touristic travel is approved, referred to as the resilient corridor where there is nothing to fear. This zone includes all attractions and resorts that are maintaining the island’s Covid-19 protocols.
Over the past year, the best luxury resorts on the island have been very ‘resilient’. They even sport new extras that will entice the taste-buds of their visitors. Starting your journey after you step off your flight, in a black BMW and served with wine and cheese as you travel through scenic mountains to the huge Sandals South Coast property is one of the many perks.
The resort boasts a newly renovated Dutch Village for adults-only, all-inclusive powerhouse.
If you spring for a suite life, you’ll pass the check-in area and go directly to your room, escorted by your personal butler, who will unpack your luggage, coordinate your activities, as all physical and mental strain will be stripped away from your vacation.
These butler suites costs $1625 USD per night for couples and if you are alone it will cost you $812 USD per night.
Round Hill which is 30 minutes away from the Sangster International Airport has lured many visitors with spa treatments and unique packages. The resort has the lushest greenery, old school service, plenty preppy panache and dark woods to show off.
Round Hill partnered with evoJets and offers private charter flights to the resort. This is included in the “Ultimate Private Luxury” package, which costs $639 per night added to the cost of the private flight.
The ultimate James Bond experience is also being offered to Bond fans and men with the Midas touch. A M16-esque adventure includes a guided snorkeling tour through the reef that Fleming loved and a visit to Firefly. A visit to the hilltop home of the witty Brit Noel Coward where Fleming spent many of his afternoons, is also a part of the package that costs $2,630 for four nights.
Golden Eye, the home of the James Bond writer Ian Fleming has a lagoon that snakes from the sea.
Chris Blackwell, who is the new owner of Goldeneye has been hosting the pleasure seekers and creatives.
At the Jamaica Inn, white glove refinement is offered at luscious cottages, private bungalows and other suites. Their wellness retreat begins on August 26 and visitors can expect spa treatments, beach barbeques, a burning ceremony and a lot more.