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Half Moon

A destination in itself, set on 400 acres of manicured grounds with two miles of beachfront.

We have 197 individually-appointed rooms and suites and 31 villas, most of which have views of the Caribbean Sea. All of our guests can enjoy the extensive facilities of this destination, which include the largest award-winning spa oasis in Jamaica, an 18-hole par-72 championship golf course, our own equestrian centre with 28 horses and the Sugar Mill, awarded as Jamaica’s best restaurant.

As a discerning traveller, you will enjoy the luxury of space and tranquility we have to offer. Imagine your first morning taking in the panoramic view of the horizon, and watching the sunrise having just concluded yoga meditation in our overwater bungalow. Then, cycle to the Seagrape Terrace for breakfast before beginning a day of whatever you want.

Whether you choose to lounge on the beach, play a round tennis or golf, visit a local art gallery, or go horse riding along the beach, your days at Half Moon are yours to spend in any way you wish.

A Legacy Reborn

Having just completed Phase One of the US$75 million Master Plan without any disruption to our guests, we will commence the second phase in May 2017.

Phase Two includes the introduction of new guest facilities and restaurants, expanded beach front, and accommodations, which include 57 rooms and suites that will replace 44 existing ones.

Scheduled for completion in October 2018, the Master Plan has been designed in such a way that guests are expected to experience minimal-to-no disruption.

Our resort operations will not be impacted by this initiative. We will continue to provide the excellent service we are known for and ensure that our guests' comfort will be our top priority.

Storm Relief Efforts

Half Moon expresses sympathy to those who have experienced devastation following the passage of Hurricane Irma and Tropical Storm Harvey. We stand ready to assist our Caribbean neighbours by donating proceeds from our Guest Dollar Donation programme to the Caribbean Tourism Recovery Fund.

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