The Spanish Court Hotel

Address: 1 St Lucia Avenue, Kingston, Jamaica | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 1 St Lucia Avenue, Kingston, is near Bob Marley Museum, Port Royal, James Bond Beach, and National Heroes Park.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Spanish Court Hotel Kingston

      Reviewed by dean.ambrose1

      Amazing Hotel

      Reviewed Aug 10, 2014
      by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

      This hotel was expensive but the facilities were great. The staff were very helpful and friendly. My bed was amazingly comfortable.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by dees-travels

      Spanish Court

      Reviewed Mar 21, 2011
      by (2 reviews) Citizen of the World! , United States Flag of United States

      Everything was fantastic but please lock all valuables

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews The Spanish Court Hotel Kingston

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Kingston

      Hello Kingston, Jamaica!

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

      2 photos

      The long flight is over and I'm glad I got to see Los Angeles and Miami on the way. As the passengers exited the plane there was a huge increase on humidity as the sun was shining and there was not a cloud in the sky. Walking out into the beautiful scenery of Jamaica was amazing my lungs filled up with fresh air and I made my way into the airport. …

      Birding and leaving Kingston

      A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Jan 31, 2015

      12 photos

      ... a taxi to uptown where we wandered the market and had some lunch, including some of the traditional dishes - ackee, salt fish, rice and beans. (Remember the son, Jamaica Farewell? “ackee rice and the fish are nice”) Ackee is a local fruit. Even with all our waiting for the bus we had 2 hours too much time and as we were to arrive at a private house and didn’t want to arrive too early, so ...

      Two White Girls in a Mini-Bus, Jamaica

      A travel blog entry by vagabonddrift on Nov 07, 2014

      101 photos

      ... said it would be dangerous for us and him if he took us there. The plantations are always in hard places to hike to and are guarded. We understood that the police can't get near them and if they ever manage to they will only destroy them if they were 'too big'. On our Blue Mountain tour we also saw coffee plants with their bright red coffee beans, and sampled some coffee which was delicious at a Jamaican-English woman's house. The mountain also provides natural spring ...

      Last day of adventuring

      A travel blog entry by dean.ambrose1 on Aug 10, 2014

      3 photos

      ... I raced upstairs and got dressed. Looking my best, I headed down and jumped in the cab. The service and food at Chez Maria were just as great as I remembered. I treated the cab driver to anything he wanted and he was very grateful.

      After our delicious dinner we headed back to my hotel and I said my final good bye to the cab driver. I packed everything so I was ready for tomorrow and am now going to have an early ...

      An Educational Tourist in the West Indies

      A travel blog entry by mulqueen on Jan 02, 2011

      4 photos

      ... Indeed, I have on occasion - half-joking, half-serious - described myself as an "educational tourist". I adore exotic (i.e. as different as possible from my native England), preferably tropical, locations. Since 1985 I have worked in Egypt (six years), Tanzania (four years), Argentina (two years) and Venezuela (two years). In none of these countries have I really integrated with the local population and learnt the language. In essence I have remained a tourist, ...