NEW ROOMS ADDED AT JAMAICA’S GEEJAM - AMPR
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Andria Mitsakos, integrated communications, tourism, hospitality, wellness, real estate, food & wine, wellness
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The iconic Geejam Hotel and Recording Studio located in Port Antonio on Jamaica’s lush and secluded northeast coast, has hosted celebrities and legendary musicians for over a decade — Drake, Diplo, Alicia Keys, John Legend, and Amy Winehouse to name a few. New this year, the property debuted 12 new Rumba Rooms boasting specular views featuring a collection of Jamaica-centric artwork including vintage 1970’s Tourist Board prints, a glittering new infinity pool, a revamp of the Bushbar which sits among the jungle canopy, and a soon to launch renovated recording studio, furthering its commitment to the Port Antonio renaissance.

NEW ROOMS ADDED AT JAMAICA’S GEEJAM

The iconic Geejam Hotel and Recording Studio located in Port Antonio on Jamaica’s lush and secluded northeast coast, has hosted celebrities and legendary musicians for over a decade — Drake, Diplo, Alicia Keys, John Legend, and Amy Winehouse to name a few. New this year, the property debuted 12 new Rumba Rooms boasting specular views featuring a collection of Jamaica-centric artwork including vintage 1970’s Tourist Board prints, a glittering new infinity pool, a revamp of the Bushbar which sits among the jungle canopy, and a soon to launch renovated recording studio, furthering its commitment to the Port Antonio renaissance.