From a James Bond Jamaica hideaway to a village retreat in Cambodia and a Riviera grande dame, here's our pick of the top world-class, bucket-list hotels for 2021. GoldenEye Oracabessa, Jamaica 7 Telegraph expert rating Music, movies, literature – what cultural pedigree this Jamaican hideaway has! The GoldenEye villa was the home first of Ian Fleming, who wrote his James Bond novels there, overlooking turquoise shallows; then Bob Marley; then finally Chris Blackwell, the Island Records founder, who brought Marley, and reggae, to the wider world. Between them, they have hosted everyone from golden-age Hollywood stars to royalty and rock royalty. Blackwell had so many musicians rocking up (Sting wrote Every Breath You Take at Fleming’s desk, and Bono the theme tune to GoldenEye, the 1997 Bond film) that he built cottages to house them, eventually turning GoldenEye into the laid-back but legendary hotel it is today, adding clapboard villas, beach huts, a restaurant and bar serving Blackwell rum cocktails at the shore. Read expert review Rates...read more...