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Early birds get Half Moon deal

Posted by Paul Kandarian  July 17, 2013 02:59 PM

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Amid a steamy summer, it’s not a bad idea to plan ahead for colder days to come. Half Moon in Rose Hall, Jamaica, is offering a 25-percent-off deal on regular rates for travel booked by July 31, for travel between Jan. 5 and April 11. Promotion rates start at $532 per suite, per night, based on double occupancy. Larger groups can also take advantage of the deal with Half Moon's five-, six- and seven-bedroom garden-view villas, which come with butler, cook and housekeeper. Villa rates start at $1,500 a night for a five-bedroom unit. Tax, service charge and resort fees are extra and black-out dates are applicable.

Half Moon, a RockResort, is a 400-acre luxury resort on Jamaica's north coast. The AAA Four-Diamond resort is 59 years old, and has two miles of private beach with 197 rooms and suites, along with 31 villas. It also has a Robert Trent Jones Sr.-designed 18-hole golf course, dolphin lagoon, and equestrian center.

For more information visit www.halfmoon.com or call 800-626-0592.

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