Goldeneye, Jamaica from Top Celebrity-Owned Resorts Around the World Slideshow

Top Celebrity-Owned Resorts Around the World Slideshow

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Goldeneye, Jamaica

When "James Bond" creator Ian Fleming first visited Jamaica as a British soldier in WWII, he knew that this was the place he wanted to call home. Subsequently, the author purchased a home he named Goldeneye. Since then, the estate on Jamaica’s north shore has changed hands multiple times — most notably to reggae legend Bob Marley and, then, his producer Chris Blackwell — and grown into a full-service resort still bearing the original home’s name. Blackwell still owns Goldeneye, as well as his family’s namesake dark rum, so prepare to listen to some island beats and sip something fruity during your stay.