Geejam Hotel can be summed up in one phrase: “Paradise got an upgrade.”
This hotel blends all the mortal comforts of home, yet it’s very much a gateway into genuine Jamaican culture.
Located on six acres of lush San San Estate, the estate extends from the foothills of the John Crow and Blue Mountain chains to the Caribbean waterfront, thus connecting a palette of greens to lively hues of blue and turquoise. Within immediate proximity is Frenchman’s Cove – voted by Conde Nast as one of the world’s top five beaches – and the similarly charming Blue Lagoon, Geejam sits tall among numerous other spectacular beaches.
Snuggled in the heart of the bush, this Island Outpost property’s newly selected seven double rooms, consist of three deluxe cabins, one suite, and a self-contained three-bedroom villa. Also included are a state of the art Recording Studio, Healing Spa, Swimming Pool (Sanwood only), Gym and Bushbar, forming an elite universe within the natural beauty of the grounds.
Chosen by the Jamaican press as one of the “top ten most fascinating places to hang out,” the Bushbar follows the complete Geejam mantra of a grassroots method to relaxation, renovation, and reinvention.
A ten-minute drive west guests will find themselves in the historic town of Port Antonio, the capital town of the parish of Portland, located on the northeast coast of Jamaica and shrouded by the Blue Mountains. Home to the Errol Flynn marina, it boasts a prosperous hub of local culture, with a diverse nightlife, including Ska bars, Reggae sound-systems and nightclubs. Hiking is also a popular sport in this part of the island.
The Geejam resort philosophy stems from synergizing local Jamaican flair with an extraordinary method to service, cuisine, and accommodation. Whether it be for a vacation, a recording session, a photo shoot, a wedding, a honeymoon or just a fleeting getaway, guests are invited to taste this exclusively contemporary experience.
Achieving a stylish equilibrium between ultra modern technology and the intrinsic grace of the natural island landscape makes this the Geejam hotel in Jamaica a signature trademark.