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Easton's Group of Hotels acquires Four Points by Sheraton Kingston

This latest acquisition of the landmark Kingston property will be the 10th Marriott property under Easton's ownership and management.

Four Points by Sheraton Kingston Hotel Exterior

Easton’s Group of Hotels has acquired Four Points by Sheraton Kingston. This latest acquisition of the landmark Kingston property will be the 10th Marriott property under Easton’s ownership and management.

With 169 Guestrooms and over 18,000 square feet of meeting and event space, Four Points by Sheraton Kingston boasts the most extensive available event space of any Kingston hotel; within steps of the waterfront.

This Four Points by Sheraton was developed on the original land that was once known as The Royce Inn Hotel, in 1791. Over the years, hotels were renamed The Walker House” in 1808, ” Kent House” in 1846 and then The British American Hotel” in 1866

In 1994, The Four Points by Sheraton was developed on this original site of the historic British American Hotel, making this location the oldest one for hostelry in Kingston.

Easton’s Group of Hotels has acquired Four Points by Sheraton Kingston. This latest acquisition of the landmark Kingston property will be the 10th Marriott property under Easton’s ownership and management.

With 169 Guestrooms and over 18,000 square feet of meeting and event space, Four Points by Sheraton Kingston boasts the most extensive available event space of any Kingston hotel; within steps of the waterfront.

This Four Points by Sheraton was developed on the original land that was once known as The Royce Inn Hotel, in 1791. Over the years, hotels were renamed The Walker House” in 1808, ” Kent House” in 1846 and then The British American Hotel” in 1866

In 1994, The Four Points by Sheraton was developed on this original site of the historic British American Hotel, making this location the oldest one for hostelry in Kingston.