Half Moon

Half Moon Resort

Rose Hall
Montego Bay
Tel. 888-830-5974
Website: halfmoon.rockresorts.com
The view from your suite at the Half Moon Resort
Half Moon Resort in Jamaica
The jewel of the Caribbean and the Rock Resorts’ portfolio, Half Moon has undoubtedly earned its reputation as one of the most prestigious resorts in the world. Regularly visited by royalty and dignitaries over its 60-year history, it is truly one of the most legendary and cherished destinations—one meant for your bucket list, as far as unforgettable vacations go.

The 400-acre resort has 3.2 km of private white sand beach on the Caribbean Sea. It features 54 pools, 6 restaurants, and a dolphin lagoon where guests can swim with dolphins. Half Moon Resort includes an 18-hole golf course and a 68,000-sqaure foot spa. Sports fans will enjoy the basketball, volleyball, and tennis courts. An equestrian center and fitness center are also on site.
The Rose Hall grounds were used extensively in Live And Let Die
Located on the grounds of Rose Hall Great House, the crew stayed here to film scenes for 1973's Live And Let Die. Bond's bungalow on fictional San Monique is now long gone, but it used to be Bungalow 9 Room 52 of the Half Moon resort. Across the road, behind Rose Hall, a small waterfall can be found which is passed by Bond and Solitaire wile on the run from Mr. Big's house. A small graveyard was used (where Baron Samedi plays the flute), but this has been demolished to make way for hole 18 of the Cinnamon Hill Golf Club. The slopes of the hill itself were used to hide Mr. Big's poppy fields. Today you can find Johnny Cash's former house there, also called Cinnamon Hill.
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