Hotel Four Seasons

Address: 18 Ruthven Road, Kingston, Jamaica | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 18 Ruthven Road, Kingston, is near Bob Marley Museum, Port Royal, James Bond Beach, and National Heroes Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Kingston

      A step into the past

      A travel blog entry by samburgess on Oct 31, 2014

      2 photos

      ... they were happily at home.i spoke to a few people before going in and getting some tips off the trainers, finally i got in and it was fresh and relaxing but i was so excited to be swimming with the dolphins and then the sharks it was great! the animals had so much life in them and they we're so much fun to hang around and play with. While i was in their with the instructors they taught me a lot about ...

      Hello Kingston, Jamaica!

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

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      ... school groups wouldn't be able to afford the Spanish Court Hotel. They may be better going to the Christar Villas which would cost $152 per person per night and has most of the same facilities as The Spanish Court Hotel, just not as luxurious. An even more affordable option would be the Kingsworth Hotel, at $21 per person per night but this doesn't have the same quality of room or many facilities.

      When I had looked around the ...

      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 1

      A travel blog entry by mcfarlne on Aug 18, 2011

      2 comments, 22 photos

      ... anyone's lap would do, we kept our two.

      There was one larger than life lady sat in front of Ericka. Her vocal chords matched her physique (big). "No put no fat smady by me" she screamed as people were being man handled aboard. "How u tink two fat smady can sit pan ya so"! "You wan me fe squash up pan de van?". Ericka said she did not stop for most of the journey. One entertaining comment after another. Most directed at the driver in front of her and his ability to drive and ...