The design-led lifestyle hotel, AC Hotel Kingston, which recently opened its doors, is revamping the meetings and events scene in Jamaica’s capital city. With over 18,000 square feet of cutting-edge meeting and event spaces this is the largest facility of its kind in the city.
“We are happy to be able to fill a gap in Kingston by catering to our corporate guests who are in need of ample meeting spaces all while in a chic, comfortable and sophisticated setting. Our all-new AC Hotel Kingston is thoughtfully-curated to meet the needs of design-savvy business and leisure travelers and my family and I couldn’t be prouder to introduce this game-changing addition to our home town, Kingston.”, said Adam Stewart, CD. Deputy Chairman of the Sandals Resorts International and ATL Group of Companies.
Located next to the BMW and MINI show rooms in the heart of the city’s metropolis, AC Hotel Kingston is the ideal spot to conduct business. The meeting rooms, which draw inspiration from iconic Jamaican landmarks can accommodate up to 6 meetings simultaneously. The spacious conference room, named Rock Steady, is able to welcome up to 600 guests for seated, dining events and may be split into 3 different conference rooms. Blue Mountain is the second largest independent meeting room and can accommodate up to 50 people at once. For intimate, private meetings, the Cays – Pelican Cay and Lime Cay, are identical rooms which can each accommodate up to 10 people, and may be joined to double the occupancy. Each meeting space includes the latest audio-visual technology complete with seamless hospitality services.
Prime Minister of Jamaica, the Most Honourable Andrew Holness says he anticipates that AC Hotel Kingston will elevate the capital city and by extension Jamaica as the regional destination of choice for visitors and corporate events. “We have always said that it is our dream to make Kingston the centre of the Caribbean – the centre of culture, the centre of arts and lifestyle, and entertainment; so we need facilities like these.”, said Prime Minister Holness after touring the AC Hotel Kingston with Deputy Chairman of Sandals Resorts International, Adam Stewart.
Guests staying at AC Hotel Kingston Jamaica may earn and redeem valuable Marriott Bonvoy Loyalty Points when staying at the property. Marriott Bonvoy is Marriott’s new travel program launched in February 2019 to replace Marriott Rewards, The Ritz-Carlton Rewards and Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG). The program offers its 130 million members an extraordinary portfolio of 30 global brands and 7,000+ hotels located in 131 countries and territories, an expansive list of experiences allowing members to pursue their passions while traveling or during a stay-cation, and unmatched benefits and rewards.