Situated in an enviable location atop a scenic bluff on the Northern Californian coastline, the Ritz Carlton Half Moon Bay boasts stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and offers the perfect combination of endless luxury, fine dining and championship golf.
Luxurious yet homely guestrooms are complemented by two fine dining restaurants, an excellent spa and two championship golf courses designed by Arthur Hills and Arnold Palmer. Reminiscent of the likes of Pebble Beach which lies 100 miles to the South, the Ocean and Old Course at Ritz-Carlton Half Moon Bay are ranked among the very best in California.
Located just 23 miles South West of San Francisco International Airport; this outstanding hotel also offers access to endless exciting activities and local attractions including the regions finest vineyards.
The natural terrain of the California coast proved the perfect canvas for Arthur Hills and Arnold Palmer to create two extraordinary golf courses which combine to offer visiting golfers a thrilling and varied golfing challenge.
Ranked among the top courses in California, the Ocean Course features subtle Scottish, links accents and its narrow, undulating fairways, flanked by swathes of fescue rough create an interesting juxtaposition with the Pebble Beach-like cliffs.
Accommodation options at Ritz-Carlton Half Moon Bay include a six-story main building and a charming collection of separate guest houses. Intimacy, comfort and exclusivity are combined perfectly with superb personalized service and a wealth of amenities and facilities that will ensure total comfort and relaxation throughout your stay. Expect Egyptian cotton, goose down, mahogany and marble throughout, not to mention stunning views of the Californian coast and beyond.
Just a short stroll from the main hotel you’ll find the guest houses. Consisting of three adjacent buildings, each with rooms that are on par with the guestrooms in the main hotel, the guest houses are pet friendly and offer complimentary self parking; the perfect option for family groups or large groups of golfers looking for some added privacy.
Dining options are not as extensive as other luxury hotels but at Ritz-Carlton Half Moon Bay it is quality over quantity. For breakfast head to The Conservatory Lounge and enjoy the views over the Gazebo Lawn and Pacific Ocean. This charming establishment also serves light and informal American cuisine at lunch and dinner but for something special, head to Navio for some truly spectacular seafood; the Navio Seafood Platter is tough to beat!
After dinner why not head to ENO; an upscale wine bar where you can sample an extensive wine collection while enjoying cheese and chocolates? ENO’s sommeliers specialise in introducing guests to new and interesting wines while educating them on every aspect of wines, wineries and varietals.
The Half Moon Bay Spa sits perched atop the cliffs and is the perfect setting for renewal and relaxation. A Roman Mineral Bath, sauna, steamroom and Tsunami showers will banish the stresses and strains of everyday life and if that is not enough then a full body massage might just be the order of the day.