Jamaica’s ultimate luxury hideaway consists of just a trio of isolated cabins plus a suite and a three-bedroom villa set on six acres of rainforest spilling from the foothills of the Blue Mountains to a private Caribbean beach scattered with red adirondacks, hammocks, and four-poster beds for lounging.

How cool is the Geejam? There is a recording studio on site, so its gets more than its share of musical celebrities signing the guest book and sipping drinks in the über-stylish Bushbar—sort of hip lounge meets jungle pub (reviewed separately).

The accommodations? Each is a different mix of hardwood floors, Philippe Starck bathroom fixtures, private Jacuzzis, panoramic decks, designer furnishings, Apple TV systems, and personal steam rooms. A drier is on hand for rides to nearby Frenchman’s Cove beach, or to the sister hotel, the Trident, to use its facilities.

 - Reid Bramblett