Even princes need to rest and relax and Prince Harry was no exception when he visited Jamaica during his first official tour to mark The Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
The young royal stayed in a five bedroom staffed royal villa with a private pool and a white sandy beach.
Personal cook, Denise Graham, prepared all of Prince Harry’s meals during his stay including traditional Jamaican fare of jerked smoked chicken breast and Ackee and Saltfish with green bananas and steamed Callaloo.
Denise Graham said, “Meeting Prince Harry was the experience of lifetime. He was fun to be around, and he seemed to enjoy his time here. He was very complimentary to myself and the rest of the villa staff and told me he would love to come back."
Half Moon, A RockResort is a 400-acre luxury resort located on Jamaica’s North Coast. The complex features two miles of private, white-sand beach with 197 spacious rooms and suites.
All the villas have private pools, two golf carts for exploring, as well as the services of a personal cook, butler and housekeeper on hand to cook gourmet meals, lend advice on the resort and cater to every need.
And in case that isn’t enough, Half Moon contains 13 floodlit tennis courts, an equestrian centre, a fitness centre, 54 swimming pools, a teen activity centre, the colourful Anancy Children’s Village, water sports, a dolphin lagoon, and a shopping village.
To mark Prince Harry's stay, Half Moon are offering travellers the chance to holiday like the Prince with a Royal Summer promotion offering 20 percent off. So you could be walking along these beautiful golden shores too!
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