Montego Bay’s leading villa resort has relaunched following Jamaica’s tourism reopening, Caribbean Journal has learned.
The Rose Hall Villas resort, part of the wider Half Moon resort in Montego Bay, officially relaunched this week.
The property includes a portfolio of five, six and seven-bedroom grand villas, all featuring living and dining rooms, outdoor spaces and private pools.
Each villa comes with a butler, housekeeper and cook.
“Half Moon is looking forward to welcoming our loyal guests back to their home away from home,” said Greg Pirkle, managing director of Half Moon. “We have diligently followed recommendations and protocols issued by the government of Jamaica, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization.”
The resort has launched its “Commitment to Well-Being,” a “comprehensive” list of new health and safety measures.
All guests at Rose Hall Villas have access to the amenities at Half Moon, from the 18-hole Robert Trent Jones-designed golf course to in-room massages.
For more, visit Half Moon.