Four Points Hotel & Suites Kingston

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

285 King Street East, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 3B1, Canada

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Four Points Hotel And Suites Kingston
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    Downtown hotel


    Four Points Hotel by Sheraton is located in the heart of downtown Kingston. It is right next door to city hall and a very short walk to the river shore. The location is great, we had a nice view of the St-Lawrence river from our room.

    I reserved our room by phone and the staff were very helpful making sure we would have a cot in the room because we were going to be 2 adults and 3 kids. When we checked in everything went fast and well. Because we were staying two nights, they had a special deal of 2 free adult passes for Old Fort Henry as well as the Sunset Ceremonies and a 20$ voucher for the Sizzle restaurant.

    All in all, I would recommend this hotel, particularly for it's location, service and amenities.

    Unique Quality: The double queen room was a decent size with a nice view. The hotel has an indoor pool, sauna, hot tub and fitness room that we enjoyed. There is also a restaurant attached to the hotel; Sizzle, where we had breakfast.

    The rooms have free internet service but don't forget your ethernet cable. There is also a business centre for internet and computer access.

    The underground parking at the hotel is not included, 14$ per day charge, but you can come and go as you please using your room card.

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Forum Posts

Municipal Transportation

by Ersanco

We are 3 and we need to move from Kingston to Gananoque August 10 around 12:30 and return the next day around 12:30 and also by train or bus. Is this possible?

Re: Municipal Transportation

by nicolaitan

neither local bus service or coachusa and subsidiaries is going to do this for you, and the train service is sadly infrequent and not suitable to your time frames. it is less than twenty miles so it may pay you to take a taxi and be done with it.

Re: Municipal Transportation

by July2

Not sure if this will help at all. There is a toll-free (Canada only) number on the home page of this site plus a regular telephone #.

Travel Tips for Kingston

1000 Islands Cruises

by Highbrae

- The first thing to remember is there are over 1800 islands.
- The next thing to remember is that almost anytime of year is the right time to visit the islands.
- The cruise lines that sail the islands offer a full range of cruises from sightseeing to dinner cruises. They sail from Kingston, Gananoque, Brockville, Rockport and others. Boldt Castle, a rineland Castle built by the then owner of the Waldorf Astoria in NYC and rumour has it the site of the invention of 1000 islands dressing.

One of Canada's fastest growing wine regions

by Bwana_Brown

As we started out on our Loyalist Parkway drive, many miles west of Kingston, I was surprised to see wineries springing up beside the highway, such as the Sandbanks Estate Winery seen in these photos. However, in hindsight I should not have been, because I have even seen them starting to make an appearance in my home province of New Brunswick. In this case, it turns out that the local soil mixture of limestone, sand and clays combined with the moderating effects of Lake Ontario on the air temperature makes this an ideal area for growing grapes. The surge in the industry in this part of Ontario is quite new, with total acreage growing from 20 to 600 in just seven years as several wineries 'took root'. Not surprisingly, the best wines produced here are cool climate types similar to some European varieties, including Riesling, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Franc.

In the case of Sandbanks Estate, the wines produced from their 6 acres of vinifera and hybrid grapes are aged in French and American Oak casks before being bottled for sale. Along with many other wineries in the area, they take part in winery tours and tastings as part of the local tourism industry.

If you have a car, you should...

by vtvroom

If you have a car, you should really travel outside of Kingston a little bit to visit the locks. These are a few minutes north of Kingston (out Montreal St). Built at nearly the same time as the creation of Canada as a country, the locks are still in use. Tourists will regularly travel between Kingston and Ottawa using the Rideau canal lock system.

The locks are a great place to sit and relax. You can watch the locks be operated manually so that small boats can travel through them. You can do a little bit of walking or hiking but you'll probably want to bring your own lunch or snacks.

The Cataraqui Town Center

by Deus_ultima

This is the main shopping center in Kingston. It's fairly complete and nice. It also serves as a place for kids too young for clubs to meet. (Seeing all of them around the second floor mezzanine, flirting and coming up with al the tricks you see on YM's cover was kinda cute..)

It's also the major bus terminal.

Scuba Diving

by hayward68

This is a great area for diving. There are many wrecks in the St. Lawrence Seaway which you can explore, many of them having sunk in the early 1900's. I did my own diving certification tests about an hour east of Kingston in Brockville. We did the dives by a wreck called the Keystorm, that sank in about 1912.


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Address: 285 King Street East, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 3B1, Canada