Hotels in Kingston
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Kingston 2.9 km from city centre
Located in Kingston, 3 miles from National Heroes Park, Yardie has accommodations with a bar, free private parking, a shared...
Kingston 3.1 km from city centre
Located 2.3 miles from National Heroes Park, Alberta Place provides accommodations with a restaurant, a shared lounge and...
Kingston 4.7 km from city centre
Oaklands Oasis is located in Kingston and offers a bar and a garden. The air-conditioned property is 4 miles from National...
Casa Pinto Guest Apartment
Kingston 4.8 km from city centre
Casa Pinto Guest Apartment is located in Kingston. The air-conditioned accommodation is 4.3 miles from National Heroes Park,...
Casa Tamar Guest Apartment
Kingston 3.6 km from city centre
Casa Tamar Guest Apartment is located in Kingston and offers a garden. The air-conditioned property is 3.7 miles from National...
Tourism in Kingston
Kingston, and Jamaica, known as the Capital of Reggae, have a strong African heritage, but a variety of ethnic groups and cultures is present all over the country, and represented especially in its capital. The climate of Jamaica makes it a suitable vacation destination at any time of the year, located in the heat of the Caribbean Sea like its neighbors, Cuba and the Dominican Republic, but with an infrastructure that remains under-developed.
Jamaicas tourist hotspots range from its immense sand beaches, to the agriculture of its countryside, and towns with an authentic Jamaican flavor. Kingston is both a modern and historical city, being the epicenter of the political and economic life of the country. Montego Bay is the main destination for beach-goers, and is a paradise equal to that of the Playa del Carmen de Riviera Maya, another luxury for beach-lovers. Negril is a suitable destination for families for its idyllic landscapes and various activities. Ocho Ríos is a natural paradise and a favorite destination for any traveler. Port Antonio is the world-wide banana capital, an indication of the strong presence of agriculture and rural tourism. And the South coast, one of the islands most untouched areas, is perfect for those wishing to explore the depths of the island. Jamaica evokes a combination of emotions, with its strongly rooted beach tourism and its status as a suitable destination for those who are tired of more typical Caribbean holidays: come here if you want to enlarge your list of vacation locations without leaving the warm Caribbean sun.