Moon Palace Jamaica Hosts James Bond–Themed Press Trip

Activities & Tours January, 2020 Moon Palace Jamaica

Top media got to enjoy all the luxury offerings the property has to offer

AAA Four Diamond-rated Moon Palace Jamaica sits on the location where, in 1962, Sean Connery landed his helicopter in the first James Bond film, Dr. No. This past week, top U.S. media outlets traveled to Jamaica to celebrate the most recent James Bond film, No Time to Die, which began filming on the island in August 2019. The group enjoyed touring the different locations where the original film was shot. The media also relaxed at Moon Palace Jamaica’s signature Awe Spa and dined on fresh lobster and selected cuts of Certified Angus Beef at Pier 8, which overlooks the Caribbean Sea. They also enjoyed Italian delights at Gondola and innovative Asian cuisine at Momo, a guest favorite.

With eight oceanfront resorts overlooking the sparkling turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, Palace Resorts sets the highest standards for five-star all-inclusive vacations in Mexico and Jamaica.

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