Four Points By Sheraton Kingston

Kingston, Rural Ontario

The hotel

Located in historic downtown, near the world-famous 1000 Islands, Fort Henry, Grand Theatre, K-Rock Centre, and Queen’s University, the Four Points by Sheraton Kingston enjoys postcard-worthy views of Kingston or Lake Ontario from all guest rooms. Living up to its urban location, this modern hotel comes with aptly modern styling and features, from the Best Brews™ programme, which lets you sample local craft beers, to the industrial-inspired décor at King Street Sizzle, where contemporary classics like gourmet pizzas, with a focus on local organic ingredients, are served up in a setting adorned with exposed pipework, gritty wall treatments, and vintage-style fixtures.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Swimming Pool
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Internet Access
  • Close to City Centre
  • Restaurant

Where is it

Just a stroll from Kingston Waterfront, this hotel sits by the downtown district’s popular dining and shopping venues. It is within walking distance of attractions like The Grand Theatre, Marine Museum of the Great Lakes, and K-Rock Centre, and a short drive from historic Fort Henry. For day trips, you can travel from Kingston to the famous Thousand Islands region.

Hotel information

169 rooms on 9 floors with 1 lift. All with a patio or balcony, Kingston or Lake Ontario view, LCD TV, WiFi, microwave, mini-fridge, coffee making facilities, and bottled water. Standard King or Double Queen Rooms have either a king-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Junior Suites are larger with 1 queen-size bed and a separate living area with double sofa bed, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

King Street Sizzle Restaurant & Bar (international menu, with Grab & Go menu available, open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner). Best Brews™ programme (with seasonal craft brews on tap, weekly ‘Best Brews & BBQ in Kingston’ night at restaurant). Indoor swimming pool. 24-hour fitness centre. Complimentary WiFi. Self parking* (CAD $18 per day, payable locally and subject to change).

* Denotes local charge

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Traveller rating

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Sep 6, 2020 Gregsky Ottawa, Canada

My wife and I spent one night here recently. We paid $339/night for a junior suite. (Total bill was $428.39 including parking, breakfast and all of the taxes.) If that was a suite, I would hate to see the size of a regular room. Our room was dated and ratty; poor quality furniture, bed was way too soft, bathroom was very small. The only good thing… Read more
My wife and I spent one night here recently. We paid $339/night for a junior suite. (Total bill was $428.39 including parking, breakfast and all of the taxes.) If that was a suite, I would hate to see the size of a regular room. Our room was dated and ratty; poor quality furniture, bed was way too soft, bathroom was very small. The only good thing that I can say about the place was that it is close to downtown. That said, we found a Holiday Inn and a Delta hotel that were right on the water. Next time we're in Kingston, we will check out one of those places instead. Read less
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Aug 4, 2020 868tracic Burlington, Canada

Location is amazing! The director of sales who booked my meeting room was a delight to work with, as was her counterpart. The meeting room was ready and as we held two sessions they even cleaned the room in between. No complaints at all. My room was nice, the hotel in all is a bit dated but clean and comfortable. On the negative side, there… Read more
Location is amazing! The director of sales who booked my meeting room was a delight to work with, as was her counterpart. The meeting room was ready and as we held two sessions they even cleaned the room in between. No complaints at all. My room was nice, the hotel in all is a bit dated but clean and comfortable. On the negative side, there is no coffee in the room maybe because of COVID? I don’t know but as I had to get up early and get ready and set up for the meeting at six it wasn’t possible to get a coffee at the hotel at that time....at least seven before you could get anything. Also, the fan in the room is really loud, had a really hard time sleeping until I figured out how to turn it off. Finally, although there are two flat screen TVs in the room there is no hi def cable service, really hard to watch. All in all I would come back because the business service was top notch and the location is amazing. Read less
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Aug 3, 2020 I958YWgrahamt

This hotel is not a 4/5 or 8.5/10. It's ok, but not a lot of pride in it's upkeep. Here for three days and every time you enter the main entrance this is what you see. Disappointing. Close to everything, convenience is the hotel's best amenity.
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Jul 19, 2020 GriffinChance Kingston, Canada

We stayed here in the middle of COVID for a “staycation” and it was wonderful. Clean, friendly and clear on expectations for when in common areas etc. The pool was available by appointment if you wanted to use it, we didn’t but, it was nice to know we could safely.
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Apr 10, 2020 Introvertica Canada

We are very grateful to the Four Points for even being open. We stayed there for four nights. We needed somewhere to go between the sale of our house and the final possession of our condominium. We were originally booked in another hotel, which unceremoniously notified us that it was cancelling our booking because it was closing in response to the… Read more
We are very grateful to the Four Points for even being open. We stayed there for four nights. We needed somewhere to go between the sale of our house and the final possession of our condominium. We were originally booked in another hotel, which unceremoniously notified us that it was cancelling our booking because it was closing in response to the pandemic. The Four Points turned out to be the ONLY place left in Kingston that was still taking in guests. Staying in a hotel during a pandemic is an eerie experience. There were very few guests--when we arrived we were told occupancy was 5%. We saw almost no one. There was also almost no one working at the hotel. There was a caretaker, whose main job seemed to be to remove garbage. There was always someone on the front desk. Two young women seemed to share this job, and we appreciated their friendly, kind, relaxed demeanours. And there was a cleaner whom we saw once. For safety, we chose not to have our room cleaned, and we carried out our own garbage to receptacles by the elevator and on the ground floor. There were no services at the hotel--the pool and the restaurants were closed, and though we were told the exercise room was open, it seemed unwise to use it. We ate three meals a day in the room, all of them obtained from local restaurants. The place was VERY quiet. The bed was comfortable. The water pressure in the bathroom was good. We were happy to have a small fridge where we could keep some of our food, and a microwave. The wifi was reliable. The one thing that was very disappointing was the tv. We were overwhelmed by the onslaught of bad news on most regular channels, and wanted to watch something that would take our minds off the pandemic. But the hotel did not offer movies. When we inquired at the front desk, we were told that we could access Netflix--if we already had it. We did not. So we were reduced to watching HGTV and TLC, not the best choices, but the only alternatives to terrible news about infections and deaths. Read less