Jamaica’s world-renowned Half Moon Resort has opened the luxury offshoot Eclipse.
First developed in 1954 as a winter getaway for 16 North American families, who built a collection of beachside cottages on a former sugar cane estate, Half Moon in Montego Bay has grown into a landmark property in the Caribbean - one that’s hosted generations of royalty, celebrities, and loyal guests on its now 400 scenic acres. The legendary (and still family-owned) spot introduced a new chapter in its storied history with the March 1 opening of Eclipse at Half Moon, that offers its own dedicated accommodations, facilities, and amenities, as well as access to all that the property at large has to offer.
Managed by Salamander Hotels & Resorts (whose other properties include the Salamander Resort & Spa in Virginia’s horse- and wine-country), Half Moon recognised the need to upgrade its offerings which it has done in style.
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