The board of directors of Half Moon, one of the Caribbean’s most iconic resort destinations in Montego Bay, Jamaica, has selected Salamander Hotels & Resorts to manage the award-winning 400-acre property.
Luxury Jamaican hotel Half Moon has added its first vegan eatery, Ital Café, to its award-winning collection of culinary offerings. Working in partnership with Aris Latham, considered to be the father of gourmet ethical raw food cuisine in America, Ital Café grows fresh, organic fruit, vegetables and herbs to be used on their menu.
The resort, located in Rose Hall, Montego Bay, broke ground in May last year on a US$75 million investment, which will see the additions of new room and suite accommodations, Great House lobby, two new restaurants, three new bars, marketplace with coffee shop and vegan café.
Half Moon is investing $75 million to renew its legacy as the Caribbean’s most iconic resort, in celebration of its upcoming 65th anniversary. Enhancing the property and delivering transformative experiences for generations of discerning travellers, the rebirth of the Half Moon legacy will be realised in November 2018.
A new landmark luxury villa development at Jamaica’s Half Moon promises to position the resort as one of the world’s leading timeshare developments. BTN caught up with Managing Director Richard Whitfield to find out more about the development.
Jamaica’s Half Moon epitomizes the Caribbean travel experience. Timeless elegance blends seamlessly with the forces of mother nature to create an experience that is the soul of the island. BTN spoke to the resort’s managing director, Richard Whitfield, on his plans for 2010.
BTN interviews Richard Whitfield, Managing Director, Half Moon, Jamaica at London’s World Travel Market, November 2009
Yesterday over 200 travel professionals logged on to the first of a three-part webinar series hosted by Half Moon, the 54-year-old resort located in the exclusive Rose Hall enclave on Jamaica’s north coast.
In a bid to distinguish itself from its competitors, Half Moon, the luxury resort in Rose Hall, Jamaica, promises to “Make It Happen” in its new global advertising campaign.