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Courtyard by Marriott Kingston opens in Jamaica

The Courtyard by Marriott Kingston has opened to guests in Jamaica. Situated in the island's bustling capital, 19km from the Norman Manley International Airport, the hotel has 129 guest rooms and facilities including the Centro restaurant, a fitness centre, an outdoor swimming pool and meeting rooms.

Courtyard by Marriott Kingston opens in Jamaica

The Courtyard by Marriott Kingston has opened to business and leisure travellers in the centre of Jamaica's capital.

The new hotel is located 19km from the Norman Manley International Airport (KIN), close to the Emancipation Park and Bob Marley Museum, some of the most popular attractions in Jamaica.

The 129 spacious guest rooms have modern amenities including high-speed Internet, and stylish furnishings, luxury bedding, and a large work area for those travelling on business.

"Courtyard by Marriott has become a very popular brand in the Caribbean and is expanding rapidly."

Stated Tim Sheldon, the President of the Caribbean and Latin America at Marriott International, Inc. Mr Sheldon conluded:

"It offers excellent value in the mid-tier market that is currently underserved. The hotels adapt well to the lifestyle needs of both its domestic and international guests."

Courtyard by Marriott Kingston has a collection of upscale facilities including the Centro restaurant with its delicious Centro Burger and Jerk Chicken Pasta. Guests can take a dip in the outdoor swimming pool, work out in the modern fitness centre, or meet clients and colleagues in the flexible meeting rooms.

Courtyard is owned by Marriott International, Inc. and the brand has more than 1,000 hotels in over 40 countries across the world. Marriott International Inc. operates 4,300 luxury hotels and resorts under 19 brands in countries worldwide.

Jamaica is an island nation located in the Caribbean Sea, and one of the world's leading tourist destinations. With vast white sand beaches fringed with warm turquoise ocean waters, luxury beachfront resorts, soaring mountains, cascading waterfalls, undulating green hills, and dense forests, travellers will have plenty of opportunities to absorb the country's breathtaking natural scenery.

Popular attractions for travellers include Dunn's River Falls in Ocho Rios, the five-mile-long Doctor's Cave Beach in Montego Bay, the soaring Blue Mountains, the famous Bob Marley Museum, Kingston Harbour, and Rose Hall House, a former sugar plantation.

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