Half Moon Resort hotel information
Half Moon offers 388 accommodations, broken down into rooms, suites, villas and cottages. The resort offers 29 Deluxe, and 15 Ocean View Deluxe rooms. The majority of the options then lie within the different suite types: there are 15 Junior, 44 Hibiscus, 10 Deluxe, 69 Royal and 10 Imperial suites. If guests are looking for more space, or for larger groups, then there is also the option to choose between the many 4, 5, 6 or 7 bedroom villas available on site.
In terms of dining and drinking, the resort offers 7 restaurants and 5 bars. Contrary to may Caribbean resorts, this resort does not have a buffet option for lunch and dinner. All restaurants are a la carte, and vary from different styles of cuisines around the world. The most exclusive option is the Sugar Mill, a fine dining restaurant widely recognised as one of the best on the island, and winner of many awards. You can also try Seagrape Terrace, which is an al Fresco option for lunch and dinner. Inspired by Como in the Lombardia region of Italy is Il Giardino, an exquisite spot reminiscent of an Italian villa. For a more local option, guests can choose Pepperpot, which serves tasty menus derived from the most popular dishes of the island. The dress code for the above outlets is “casual elegance”, denim or shorts are not allowed.
Aside from these mouth-watering options, there are also 3 other options, which are more casual. Every Friday, there is a Beach barbecue, which is very popular for an evening of fun on the sand. Then you have Robbie’s Kitchen, which serves international cuisine with a Caribbean twist. Lastly, if you’re in the mood for some old fashioned Asian food, then head to Prakash Indian and Thai restaurant, which is located in the shopping village, and run independently.
And not forgetting the bars. Lester’s Bar is located in the main lobby and is a perfect venue for a pre-dinner drink. Facing the beach and the Half Moon bay is the Cedar Bar, a perfect place to unwind whilst watching the sunset. At the clubhouse, there is of course the 19th hole, which needs no introduction. Near the beach, you can find the Oleander Bar and a swim-up pool bar, called the Hibiscus.
Apart from the wonderful golfing options, there is plenty to do at the resort. Without mentioning the numerous land and water based activities, guests can also enjoy the unique Dolphin Lagoon, located on site. For more active guests, there is a fitness centre, basket ball, volley ball, tennis and squash courts, as well as an equestrian centre. Lastly, the Anancy children’s village is a great place for families to do some fun activities with their kids.
At over 68,000 square feet, the Fern Tree Spa is the largest of its kind in Jamaica. This exceptional facility offers a range of services and amenities that are quite simply world class. Complementing the indigenous botanicals and herbs of Jamaica is a range of top skincare lines from America and Europe.
A comprehensive selection of Jamaican – influenced therapies and treatment are available with eleven treatment rooms, two over-water cabanas, full service hair and beauty salon, yoga and pilates, pavilion, two swimming pools and a meditation garden.
Things to see and do
There are numerous activities for all guests when staying at Half Moon. If you are feeling adventurous why not try a snorkelling cruise, deep sea fishing or a jeep safari tour?
Our view of Half Moon Resort
If you’re thinking of a golf holiday in Jamaica, then Half Moon should be top of your list. It is renowned as one of the best golf resorts in the Caribbean, and has many historic ties with the old continent. The resort’s on site golf course is fabulous, and if you choose the All Inclusive option, you can get access to another two world class championships courses.