Altamont Court Hotel

1 Altamont Terrace, Kingston, Jamaica | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1 Altamont Terrace, Kingston, is near Bob Marley Museum, Port Royal, James Bond Beach, and National Heroes Park.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Altamont Court Hotel Kingston

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Kingston

    Hello Kingston, Jamaica!

    A travel blog entry by dean.ambrose1 on Aug 06, 2014

    2 photos

    ... around the hotel. On my little journey around the hotel I found an awesome lap pool which has a scenic view over the city. Not long after I found the gym and cafe next to each other, so depending on the day you can either relax and have a coffee and sandwich or get fit with all the hotel equipment.

    I could imagine that a school group would like the hotel but it may be too expensive for some groups. At $231 per person per ...

    Cool Jamaica

    A travel blog entry by s_sarkardei on Dec 26, 2012

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... rather puzzled by the guys sitting next to me, as the first thing he told me as he took his seat, was that he is afraid of flying! I had to remind him that he was sitting on an emergency exit seat and he replied with "I am fully aware of that and the airline is fully aware of that too!" I guess in the case of emergency, he would be the first one to get out. He then continued drinking quite heavily and I was still puzzled by how much alcohol the airline fed him, knowing that he ...

    Last day on Jamaica

    A travel blog entry by annarapp on Apr 18, 2012

    6 photos

    ... So had a patty(stuffed spicy pastry) for lunch, then waited for the next bus. Back in town it was end of school time and the busses were full of school children of all ages. As always in the busses or route taxis in Jamaica, I was the only white person, except for offering me some extra help with my luggage this had never raised any attention and I never felt out of place at all.
    Thank you Jamaica, will come back one day and visit all the nice people I got to know!

    Spanish Town Part 2

    A travel blog entry by mcfarlne on Aug 19, 2011

    3 comments, 22 photos

    ... head bobbed up and down on the journey. My knee was the worst it had been as my leg was stuck in a 45 degree position and could not be changed or moved. It was so painful!!

    I seriously had no idea how we all managed to get out the van once we reached Ocho Rios. If it was not for K being stuck to me and my legs and knee not being my own I would of knelt down and kissed the ground!

    At the hotel drive entrance way we said goodbye to Junior who had a little way home to go ...

    An Educational Tourist in the West Indies

    A travel blog entry by mulqueen on Jan 02, 2011

    4 photos

    ... Angel Falls were my lodestones. And also the prospect of watching the West Indies play cricket.

    Yes, I love my cricket. My father, an Irishman, called it "a constipated old game", but I grew up worshipping Freddie Truman, John Arlott and Garfield Sobers. While I lived in England - up to 1985 - cricket was part of my life: watching the summer Tests on TV, listening to the ball-by-ball radio commentary, spectating at Edgbaston and Worcester. I ...