In addition to the Spa, Six Signature Spa Suites Make Their Debut at Half
Moon, the Caribbean's Most Complete Resort
ROSE HALL, Jamaica, Oct. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Newly sworn-in Prime Minister of Jamaica, the Honourable Bruce Golding, cut the ribbon to signal the opening of the new Fern Tree, the Spa at Half Moon.
The Oct. 6 event marked the conclusion of a 15-month project that saw the conversion of the resort's signature villa Fern Tree House into a 68,000 square foot indoor/outdoor sanctuary for the mind and body.
In addition to the new spa, Half Moon also unveiled six beachfront spa suites, the very first of its kind in the Caribbean. Each of the state-of- the-art suites has added features that provide for in-room treatments, yoga, etc. further extending Fern Tree's wellness experience into guests' accommodations.
Drawing from the local lush landscape and centuries-old healing traditions as inspiration, Fern Tree, the Spa at Half Moon melds modern spa techniques with Jamaica's ancient healing remedies of native herbs, fruits and botanicals. The Fern Tree Spa complex also houses a relaxation lounge, yoga pavilion, hydrotherapy swimming pool, sculpture garden and several water features.
"We have spared no expense in creating the finest spa in the Caribbean," said Richard Whitfield, Half Moon's Managing Director. "Throughout Half Moon's 50-plus year history, our guests have come to expect nothing but the best, Fern Tree's world-class treatments and design, paired with Half Moon's signature hospitality and service will be no exception."
Fern Tree will introduce guests to a Spa Elder, a guide versed in the
art of using Jamaica's natural therapeutic remedies, to guide, create and
counsel clients on a path to wellness with bespoke programmes and regimes.
With more than 35 years of experience, Stella Gray, the Chief Spa Elder has
been creating these treatments for decades. The elder individually meets
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