Half Moon Bay or The Ritz?

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Apr 25th, 2007, 11:52 AM
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Half Moon Bay or The Ritz?

Traveling with 2 12 year olds to Montego Bay for a conference in July. Can't decide on which resort. Leaning toward Ritz, as that is where the conference is, but Half Moon Bay seems to have more activities for the kids, especially since they and my SO want to do a dolphin swim. Other on-site activites desired are snorkeling and tennis. Me, I just need to chill out at the beach and see some sites, and maybe catch some SumFest.

We are willing to look at other properties. An AI seems the way to go, although not a priority.

All advice welcome.
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Apr 25th, 2007, 07:51 PM
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The Ritz.....Half Moon can't hold a candle to the Ritz....
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Apr 26th, 2007, 02:40 PM
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LOL, I gave the opposite advice on another forum, mainly because of the beach(es - in HM's case).

I also prefer the more spread out feel of HM over the one tall building at the Ritz.

But to each their own
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Apr 26th, 2007, 04:12 PM
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We just got back from Round Hill. I don't think they have as much to do as Half Moon for kids...but it is truly amazing. My 5 year old and the other 50 kids there had a great time! She cried when we left.

There were a bunch of teenagers there who had a great time too. Check out the review at tripadvisor.com.

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Apr 27th, 2007, 06:41 AM
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Both properties have +'s and -'s. That said and since you'll be on the property of The Ritz for the conference why not stay at Half Moon and be able to enjoy both properties?
HOWEVER......dont think that since they are next to each other that you'll be able to walk back and forth anytime you please. It would still be a very long walk and not something you'd want to do anyway I dont think.
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Apr 27th, 2007, 08:46 AM
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It would be a long hot walk. Perfectly safe, certainly during daylight, but not particularly enjoyable.
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