TORONTO — Easton’s Group of Hotels has acquired Four Points by Sheraton Kingston, marking the 10th Marriott property under Easton’s ownership and management.
Four Points by Sheraton Kingston boasts 169 guestrooms and more than 18,000 sq. ft. of meeting and event space — the largest available space of any Kingston hotel. Additionally, the hotel offers menu options throughout the day, as well as its signature Best Brews program in the evening.
The hotel was developed on the original lands that were once known as The Royce Inn Hotel in 1791. Over the years, hotels were re-named The Walker House in 1808, Kent House in 1846 and The British American Hotel in 1866. Then, in 1994, The Four Points by Sheraton was developed.
“We are so excited today to welcome the Four Points by Sheraton Kingston into the Easton’s Group of Hotels family. This hotel is unique in its location and has a beautiful history in Kingston,” says Reetu Gupta, Ambassadress and Chairwoman of The Gupta Group. “We look forward to welcoming new and returning guests with our signature levels of care and service.”