Destination Jamaica

The Beautiful Island of Jamaica in Style…Once You Go, You Know!

Half Moon June 15, 2009

Entrance to Half Moon

Entrance to Half Moon

 Welcoming guests for over five decades, Half Moon is a venerable classic that has earned the right to showcase its proud Jamaican story.

 

In 1954 a group of individuals chose to build an exclusive vacation resort on a perfectly crescent-shaped beach  that they aptly named “Half Moon.” That same year, Half Moon officially opened with 17 white-washed cottages overlooking Half Moon Bay and 32 beachfront rooms.

 

Today, Half Moon is still owned by three of the founding families assuring that the legacy continues.

 

Beachfront rooms

Beachfront rooms

 Half Moon is just 15 minutes from Montego Bay’s Sangster International Airport, which is served by numerous direct flights from major cities in the U.S., Canada, Eurpoe and the Caribbean. When you arrive, you will be greeted with true Jamaican hospitlit

 

Sitting area in Room 91

Sitting area in Room 91

Tub in Room 91

Tub in Room 91

Dining area in Room 91

Dining area in Room 91

Balcony of Room 91

Balcony of Room 91

View from Room 91 - Amazing!

View from Room 91 - Amazing!

Half Moon’s 400 acres culminate in a vast waterfront featuring two miles of pristine beach and 54 swimming pools. Whether you want to relax  at their swim-up pool bar or go sailing, their have it all.
Half Moon offers scuba diving and snorkeling, water skiing, kayaking and sailing. You can get a birdeye’s view of Half Moon while parasailing or you can take a deep sea fishing adventure. If you are looking for a more relaxing way to enjoy the beachfront, take a ride on a glass-bottom boat or a one-hour boat cruise.
Dolphin Lagoon at Rose Hall

Dolphin Lagoon at Rose Hall

No trip to Rose Hall would be complete without a visit to their exclusive Dolphin Lagoon. Come meet, play and swim with their friendly dolphins for a memorable and entirely unique experience.
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