Lavish Roaring Pavilion THEE Divine Villa, Jamaica

Lavish Roaring Pavilion THEE Divine Villa, Jamaica
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Roaring Pavilion THEE Divine Villa has been a favorite retreat for many celebrities for over 15 years. Business moguls, heads of states and other famous people chose this resort on repeated occasions, and even encouraged the owners to repeat the experience in other corners of the world as well.

It’s not at all difficult to understand why. The villa offers direct access to the famous James Bond Beach on the Jamaican North Coast, between St. Ann’s Bay and Ocho Rios. This was the place where the Ursula Andress appeared on the beach in a bikini, with a dagger and some sea shells, in the iconic scene of the first Bond movie ever, Dr. No.

The setting is divine, hence the name of the retreat. The villa was the first one to provide on-site spa services and a full-time spa attendant, so you can be sure that with this kind of history, the Roaring Pavilion can only offer irreproachable experiences to all its guests. Recently renovated and refurbished, the luxury hideaway is surrounded by a lush vegetation and serviced by a professional, discreet staff.

It is spacious enough to accommodate 10 guests in perfect conditions, offering 8,000 square feet of luxe living spaces. There are four king bedrooms and one twin-bunk bedroom in the villa, en-suite stone and marble bathrooms, and various living and entertaining areas, both inside and outside the residence.

The interiors flaunt designer furniture by famous names like Christian Liagre, Philippe Starck, Donghia, and British Khaki, which go excellently with the exotic hardwood floors and French terracotta.

Other amenities in the villa are the top-of the-line home theater by Bowers and Wilkins, the Great Gatsby style pool, a large game room with board/video games, Ligne St. Barth products in the bathrooms, fine materials and finishes throughout, and much more. Guests will also be thrilled to learn that the retreat offers access to kayaks, and guided excursions onboard a top notch customized watercraft.

Tom Cooper | Elite.

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