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James Bond fans can't wait for the 25th installment of the spy series, No Time to Die, to hit theaters in November. In the meantime, they can live their own 007 fantasy by heading to Jamaica, where the recent flick was filmed. Royalton Negril is offering a lavish Bond-inspired vacation experience with the "007 Nights In Negril" package.

Over seven nights, guests have an opportunity to live the Bond lifestyle. What does that include exactly? Well, a "Shaken Not Stirred" Martini Bar, including Belvedere Vodka and Gordan's Dry Gin, will be waiting for in-room, which happens to be the Diamond Club Presidential Suite. You'll also find Blue Cheese Stuffed Olives (in Ian Fleming's first James Bond novel, the bar manager "Martini Bob" Perry adds these to a cocktail), and the 007 official cocktail book, SHAKEN.

And so every agent looks their best, Tom Ford Mother of Pearl Cuff Links worn in SkyFall will be on hand to wear. Plus, you'll get Christian Louboutin So Kate Pumps worn in Spectre for whichever Bond girl comes along on vacation.

A true spy experience wouldn't be complete without adventure, and the resort lets guests set sail on a private yacht. While onboard, you'll sip Bolliger Champagne as the sun dips below the horizon. Top off your spy experience by having a curated private meal prepared for you and taking a helicopter ride to fly over the crystal clear waters and stunning Jamaican jungles.

"In the early 50s, Ian Flemming created a connection between the island of Jamaica and 007 himself," Christine Jamieson, Corporate Director, Marketing Hotels & Resorts Division, told Departures. "From the first movie, Dr. No, to the 25th installment, No Time to Die, and a few films in-between, James Bond's adventures have taken him all across the Caribbean destination."

She added, "Royalton Negril is thrilled to bring his connection and adventures to guests with the "007 Nights in Negril" package through private chef dinners, exciting excursions, luxury accessories, and an in-room 'Shaken Not Stirred' martini bar."

The cost for the lavishly adventurous package? It starts at $22,885 for a seven-night stay.


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