NEW YORK (April 29, 2009) – Island Outpost, record mogul Chris Blackwell’s boutique hotel collection in Jamaica, has earned top spots in the coveted May “Hot List” issue of Condé Nast Traveler magazine. Geejam’s Bushbar was recognized as the Hot Table to go to in Jamaica and Driftwood Spa at Jake’s, one of three destinations listed in the Caribbean section, as the Hot Spa to receive transcendent treatments.
This airy waterfront newcomer in the sleepy south-coast town of Treasure Beach mirrors the placid ambience of Jake’s hotel, its home,
– the magazine noted about Driftwood Spa. The two-story spa sits on a coral stone deck facing the ocean and houses a core blend of Caribbean Essentials oils woven in a variety of treatments including the Bona Fide Blue Mountain Coffee Scrub, Exotic Ginger and Lemongrass Scrub, Stoned Love (hot stone massage), Mocha Cocktail Rum Wrap and an array of Traveller’s Tonics (massages). Treatments start at $70.
“The new restaurant at Geejam, the year-old recording studio cum hotel in the San San area, lures crowds with exciting hybrid cuisine,” detailed the magazine about Bushbar. The Bushbar is complete with an ambient sound system, outdoor pool table and a forest-to-ocean view that expands the boundaries of even the most vivid imagination. Entrees vary between $25-$40
Call 1-800-OUTPOST or visit islandoutpost.com for more information and reservations.
Created by Chris Blackwell, founder of Island Records and Palm Pictures, Island Outpost properties are known for their interesting character and stunning surroundings and strive to offer their clients a feeling reminiscent of staying at a friend’s home. The group includes Pink Sands in The Bahamas as well as Goldeneye, Strawberry Hill, Jake’s, Geejam, The Caves and an exclusive selection of villas in Jamaica. For more information or to make a reservation, call 1-800-OUTPOST or visit islandoutpost.com, 44 (0) 1895 450 731 in the UK.
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