The following lists provide an overview of local attractions and destinations close to this property.
Arts & Cultural
Dedicated to the history of the island's first inhabitants, the Arawak Indians, showcasing many of the artifacts from early civilization. The museum is built in the shape of an Arawak hut on the site of an Arawak village.
Bob Marley Museum
Located in what was Bob Marley's home and recording studio, this museum features endless memorabilia and Marley's personal belongings. One-hour tours are held Monday-Saturday.
Institute of Jamaica
The storehouse of Jamaica's natural history, displaying the fauna and flora indigenous to the island along with exhibits on literature, science and art in Jamaica.
A living testament to the life and work of Jamaica's National Hero, Marcus Garvey, with a multimedia center and museum as well as a library and outreach unit.
The Money Museum tells the history of the island's currency, including money used throughout history such as shells, Christian quatties, English currency and Jamaica currency, highlighting some of which is no longer in circulation.
National Gallery of Jamaica
See Jamaican artwork from throughout its history, from the native Taino Indians to the colonial period, right up to works by contemporary artists.
Points of Interest
This road built along the course of the Rio Cobre provides visitors access to one of the most beautiful tropical watershed forests on the island.
Devon House Heritage Site
One of Jamaica's leading national monuments and a symbol of cultural diversity. The 11-acre property provides an enviable shopping experience along with fascinating tours explaining the history of the site.
Seven acres of beautiful Jamaica scenery with tropical flowers and trees along with sculptures such as "Redemption Song" created by celebrated Jamaica artist Laura Facey.
Hope Botanical Gardens and Zoo
This is the largest botanical garden in the Caribbean, named for Richard Hope, who was given the property after he helped capture Jamaica for Great Britain. Hope Zoo is right next door.
The Hip Strip
Hip Strip of Kingston which is surrounded by restaurants, bars and night life. It is within walking distance of the hotel.
Carby's Craft Village
A popular craft center with merchandise ranging from Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee, straw hats, carvings, ceramics, literature, key rings and many more items created by talented Jamaican craftsmen.
Sports & Amusement
Caymanas Golf and Country Club
Located in the foothills approximately eight miles from Kingston, this prestigious golf club offers the ultimate leisure experience for golfers and non-golfers alike. The course features elevated tees and greens with lush fairways meandering through limestone hills.
Die-hard race fans and those looking for an exciting way to spend the day will enjoy a fun-filled afternoon of entertainment at Caymanas Park. The sole promoter of horseracing, the track takes pride in presenting over 80 racing days each year.
- Bustamante Children's Hospital
- Excelsior Community College
- Winchester Business Centre
- British Caribbean Insurance Company
- Technology Innovation Centre
- University College of the Caribbean
- Winchester Medical