This is one of the quiet and delightful locations to visit in Kingston. It is located on the eastern edge of the city on the ... More
Rockfort Mineral Bath
This is one of the quiet and delightful locations to visit in Kingston. It is located on the eastern edge of the city on the main approach from the airport. Visitors from all over come to experience its invigorating waters. Cozily nestled in a garden setting, the mineral bath consists of a main public swimming pool and a number of Jacuzzi-type private baths. The therapeutic value of the mineral-rich waters flow from the Rockfort Hills.
The spa was nice. However, the customer service needs major surgery. When I went the cashier was not there. When she came, it was like she was doing us a favor. Then there was the 'life guard'. He had a t-shirt on one of the lounge chairs. I asked if I could borrow the chair he said no, although for the whole time I was there he did not use it. What a way to spoil a good thing.
I loved this spa. My husband and I got massages together. The workers there are very nice and welcoming to you when you come. The private bath was nice and warm and it really rejuvenates especially those like myself who are anemia. I am going back in 2 weeks for my birthday.
The Mineral Bath is so pretty and the view
A great way to start your trip to Kingston
It is right at the airport.
It is real value for you money
Staff was friendly and helpful
I felt the warm Hospitality
Jamaican are know for.
I would suggest you stop
have a spa treatment before your hotel
trust me it is on your way.
Public runs like 1.50 US$
Privet starts at 12.00US$
My husband and I shared this experience on Valentines Day. The people were warm and friendly when greeting us at the entrance. We both received relaxing massages and the went into a private mineral bath. The mineral bath was awesome! I felt 16 again. Would definety recommend visiting Kingston, Jamaica as a whole. Kingston was once thought to be unsafe but it has changed drastically.The people are very hospitable.
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