The Story Behind Valjour Royale

The Valjour Royale estate known as Mountain Spring, Jack’s Hill previously owned by Rupert Lindo, now owned by Joan Lindo and son Alexander Lindo. The property was originally purchased by Rupert Lindo from the late Ian Gibbs an English architect who had built the house for himself and his family. The beauty and prestige of this estate is unmatched by any other estate in Jack’s Hill.

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Happy Birthday Joan Lindo

Happy Birthday to my fabulous, powerful, strong, resilient mother, the queen herself Joan Lindo. Appearing in one of her creations at the Valjour Royale estate. Best wishes from now until the end-of-time with health, youthful appearance, prosperity and happiness. May all your desires be fulfilled. – from your son Alexander Lindo

EU Farewell Party

Valjour Royale: EU Farwell Party

Valjour Royale hosts a farewell dinner party for the EU’s Head of Administration.

As usual the fabulous hostess Joan Lindo never fails to pull off a fantastic party. Guests were wowed with the most breathtaking view of the city of Kingston and parts of St. Catherine from the balcony of the Valjour Royale Estate. To add to the most elegant setting, guests were tantalized by the extraordinary cuisine.

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An Evening of Fine Art

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Valjour Royale hosts the world renowned artist Djamila under the theme “Evening of Fine Art”.

It was a feature rich event with a large audience, hosted by the gorgeous and elegant Joan Lindo. The event also featured live performances by Alexander Lindo. Check out the links below to see the article written up in the Jamaica Gleaner by Chester Francis-Jackson.

Newspaper Article

Reader Article

Update: The article was removed from the Jamaica Gleaner website but never fear we have a copy of the article written up in the newspaper, links have been updated.

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