Damon Albarn recorded his first Gorillaz tracks here. Björk cut the songs for her latest album. Sharon Stone celebrated her 50th birthday in one of the villas. Banksy has hung out in the grounds, even spray-painting a few works on the walls. Dropping names seems to come naturally at this recording studio and seven-bedroom escapist's dream overlooking one of the most beautiful stretches of Jamaica's north-east coast. Geejam is part of a hotel group founded by Chris Blackwell, the record producer who brought Bob Marley, U2 and PJ Harvey to the world. The rooms opened late last year in a series of circular villas and two apartments. They are remarkable for their hi-tech facilities (Wi-Fi, iPod stations, Apple TVs with the latest films) and for their secluded terraces with tables and bed-sized sun-loungers, to which waiters deliver cocktails and food from the sushi bar/restaurant. The decor is minimalist with an oriental flavour: in the bar there are low-level red and black sofas that look as if they've come straight from the lobby of a slick Hong Kong hotel - a slightly strange sight in the Caribbean, with jerk chicken stalls just down the road.