Jamaica House during this year's Commonwealth Games in Glasgow will be located at the 29 private members club, it has been revealed.

The club, situated in Royal Exchange Square in the heart of Glasgow, will be Jamaica's hospitality and media hub during the Games and is set to host two exclusive media and travel-trade client events, according to the Jamaica Tourist Board.

There will be two giant screens in the two-storey 29 club and special events will be organised around the men's and women's 200 metres finals on Thursday July 31 and the men's and women's 4x100m and 4x400m relay finals on Saturday August 2 at Hampden Park.

Jamaican athletes, including Olympic and world 100m champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, are expected to compete in the track and field events at Glasgow, along with the likes of double world and Olympic sprint relay champion Nesta Carter and 400m hurdler Kaliese Spencer.

Glasgow 2014 organisers are still optimistic Usain Bolt, the six-time Olympic champion and world record holder for the 100m and 200m, will also make an appearance at Hampden Park, with the 27-year-old yet to decide whether to make his Commonwealth Games debut this year.

The Jamaican athletics squad for Glasgow 2014 is due to be announced following the conclusion of the Jamaican National Championships in Kingston, scheduled to take place from June 19 to 22.

At Delhi 2010, Jamaica won seven medals in total, all coming in athletics events with Lerone Clarke taking the men's 100m gold and Trecia Smith claiming the women's triple jump crown.

The Jamaica House Glasgow is being hosted in partnership with UK independent travel group Barrhead Travel.

During the Games, due to take place from July 23 to August 3, non-members of the 29 club can take part in special activities in Royal Exchange Square which will be transformed into a "mini-Jamaica" for everyone to "Get All Right", the Jamaica Tourist Board have revealed.

Jamaica has also teamed up with its tourism partners to give away a number of prizes, including holidays, courtesy of Jewel Resorts, Secrets Resorts & Spas, Sandals Resorts and Virgin Atlantic Airways.

"Jamaica has a long history of involvement in the Commonwealth Games and was host nation in 1966," said Jamaica Tourist Board's regional director for UK and Northern Europe Elizabeth Fox.

"This Jamaica House event will be our reward to those journalists and clients who have supported Jamaica over the years and helped to make our island one of the most popular holiday destinations for Brits to jet off to."