Specials, Spies And More At Jamaica’s Moon Palace

After months of speculation, it has been confirmed that the 25th installment of the James Bond spy series will be shot in Jamaica, with filming starting last week.

Moon Palace Jamaica sits on the very spot where Sean Connery landed his helicopter in the first James Bond movie, “Dr. No” and the resort is located in Ocho Rios, which is full of history, and unique stories to be told around the Bond films, Palace Resorts says.

Meanwhile, a spring and summer “Kids and Teen stay free” promotion is found at Moon Palace Jamaica.

“That means your kids and teens can stay, play and eat for free, which makes it a paradise for your wallet as well,” the resort says. “Palace’s littlest guests will enjoy our state-of-the-art Playroom, while teens can take a ride on The FlowRider surf simulator. The whole family can jump into a non-motorized watercraft and paddle along the bay.”

As well, Palace Resorts is adding more guests’ all-inclusive experience by giving them a US$1,500 resort credit that they can use to treat themselves and their loved ones to spa treatments, exotic tours, and other experiences.

The credit is for those who stay five to eight nights. Guests can receive additional credit if they stay longer. Resort credit is available for shorter stays, too. Guests can begin earning resort credit with a three-night stay.

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