Christian Stan, at 16 Jul. 15, in News

The Geejam Collection, owned by music industry veterans Jon Baker and Steve Beaver, announced the completion of Cocosan, the newest addition to its private villa development. Taking advantage of the impressive landscape in the historic San San Estate, Cocosan sits in a dramatic hilltop location and offers sweeping views across lush tropical jungle, the John Crow and Blue Mountain chains and Portland’s stunning coastline.


Cocosan is a partially renovated and newly built property located on the lush surrounds of the San San Estate, an area originally developed during the 1960s heyday of Port Antonio when the jet-setting elite including Errol Flynn, Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan, Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza, Garfield Weston and Lady Price, fell in love with the region.


Cocosan villa has 6 en-suite bedroom and can accommodate up to 12 guests.

The impressive 3-level, 6 en-suite bedroom villa can comfortably accommodate up to 12 guests. Large, high ceilinged rooms, some with balconies, display contemporary, collectable artwork and photography that is curated according to each incoming guest’s taste from Baker’s personal collection. Custom vinyl turntables and mixing consoles add to the character of the villa in keeping with Geejam’s musical roots and returning guests.


The villa has also a spacious outdoor terrace, a heated lap pool, Jacuzzi, steam room and a gym…


A spacious outdoor terrace, heated lap pool, Jacuzzi, steam room, gym and children’s play area boast panoramic vistas of the coast, ideal for luxury living and entertaining. Ensuring an effortless stay, Cocosan is booked with full wait staff, housekeeping and in-house chefs who prepare meals in one of the two state-of-the-art kitchens using produce from the on-property organic herb and vegetable garden.

The distinctive villa, created exclusively for The Geejam Collection by Atelier Vidal Architects, continues the group’s longstanding relationship with the Kingston based firm. Reinterpreting the existing structure using local materials, this hilltop oasis seamlessly integrates striking design and contemporary living within a stunning natural setting. Guests will also be able to enjoy the full services and amenities of the Geejam Collection properties, including the Trident Hotel, the Trident Castle and Geejam Hotel.

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Aerial view over San San Estate…

Rates start at $2,750 per night in low season. For more information visit and for reservations  email


This collection of properties is a newly formed hospitality group led by music veteran and hotelier Jon Baker alongside partner and co-owner, Steve Beaver, whose client is Jamaican entrepreneur Michael Lee-Chin, establishing tourism in Port Antonio as “The Other Jamaica”.

Trident Hotel Villas

The Trident Hotel

The collection features the Trident Hotel with 13 studio, 1- and, 2-bedroom villas with private plunge pools and terraces overlooking the sea. Public spaces include an infinity swimming pool and courtyard; screening room; gym, yoga deck and spa; library; two indoor bars, its own private beach and beach bar, the Veranda Restaurant and the hotel’s main 80-seat restaurant, Mike’s Supper Club.

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The Trident Castle

The Trident Castle is set on a 7-acre oceanfront estate, and features original furnishings and interiors creating a unique retro-chic ambiance. The Castle features 8 bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and modern amenities. Public rooms include a ballroom, banquet hall, drawing room and living area, adjoining sunrooms, a swimming pool with deck overlooking the ocean, helicopter pad and a petite private chapel.

The Geejam Hotel

The Geejam Hotel & Recording Studio

Geejam Hotel & Recording Studio is nestled in the heart of the bush of San San featuring seven double rooms consist of three deluxe cabins, one suite, and a self-contained three-bedroom villa. Also included are a state of the art Recording Studio, Healing Spa, Swimming Pool (Sanwood villa only), Gym and Bushbar, and the private waterfront Geejam Beach.

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