Sprawling vistas, cloistered tropical niches and breathtaking beachfront and forest hideaways make Geejam a singular high-end resort experience. The sea air, the vibrant sun and the balmy Caribbean breeze emote a twenty-four-seven atmosphere of organic elegance, capturing that mystical spirit of the natural high, while preserving the shabby chic vibe that is intrinsic to all the Island Outpost properties.
Ska, Mento and Rocksteady are the three unique cabins named in homage to the legacy of their respective Jamaican musical genres. The interiors are mellow, airy octangular spaces with glass doors opening onto an elevated surround sound view. As part of the community surrounds, you can occasionally hear the ambient reverb of the sound-systems rolling across the hills, or a rooster announcing the day, both of which add to the aural landscape of the property.
Drum & Bass – The Suite
A signature suite, housed on the ground floor of the recording studio, Drum & Bass is something of a music head’s most far-flung fantasy. Brazilian cherry wood foldout panels turn the room into a virtual outdoor veranda. Mesh sun chairs and wicker chaise lounges compliment the connecting full-scale deck. Almost a room in itself, the oversized bathroom is furnished with a steam shower and a Philippe Starck bathtub. Foldout windows give way to a heart-stopping oceanic panorama. You can literally soak in the tub to the sound of the waves.
Sanwood, the original villa, was designed by renowned British architect Anthony Wade in the late 1960’s and is distinguished by a contemporary nautical theme. Included with the three guest rooms (SW1-3), are two upper deck verandas, outdoor swimming pool, and media lounge, all of which provide a stylish, next-level living environment.
The main room, doubling as a media lounge, and featuring an audio/visual library and a private photographic and pop art collection from the likes of Geejam aficionados Banksy and Juergen Teller amongst others, is a place to work, play or recharge in the company of like-minded globalistas.