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Kimpton Hotel Monaco Washington DC

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#76 of 148 hotels in Washington DC
Certificate of Excellence
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The luxury Kimpton Hotel Monaco Washington DC, centrally located in Penn Quarter, occupies the former General Post Office and is a National Historic Building. Built in 1839, this recently renovated beautiful marble building has a stately grace that is matched by the hotel's exemplary service and luxurious amenities. From the comfort of elegant guestrooms, you are steps from the Verizon Center, the Smithsonian, National Mall and a plethora of museums.
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Room service
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Banquet Room
Business Center with Internet Access
Dry Cleaning
Laundry Service
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking hotel
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Wheelchair access
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Family Rooms
Non-smoking rooms
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192Restaurantswithin 0.3 miles
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The location is fantastic if you are attending something at the Capital One arena. If I was coming to D.C. for another reason where location was not important, I would not choose this hotel. We had two rooms, the Robert Mills Suite, supposedly the nicest suite in the hotel, and another king room. We had requested rooms next to each other, but even though I talked to them 2x about this beforehand, they seemed to have lost that info. They did get us on the same floor, but not close to each other. I reserved far in advance, but didn't seem to matter. Suite was large and well appointed, but seemed dirty up high around the ceiling area. King room was dark and gloomy, being an inside room. Did not appear to be any keurig machines in the regular room, just the suite. Like many old hotels, electrical outlets were not conveniently located. Staff was very nice. I slept on the sofa in the suite and it was amazingly comfortable to sleep on, not even unfolded into a bed .
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We stayed one night for a concert nearby. Great location, next to the Capital Center, great customer service and added ammenities. I highly recommend this hotel!! Brought me champagne and cupcakes for my birthday. Super classy place. Great architecture. Will go back.
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The whole experience was first class. The Monte Carlo room was huge, which was great for our noise sensitive bulldog. No pet fee which was a plus. Being from the city, having no pet park doesnt really affect us. Valet parking is $52 and room service was quick in delivery and very delicious. Loved the entire experience and definitely will want to stay there again!
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Had a good stay, the staff were friendly and helpful! The rooms are spacious, beautifully decorated and comfortable. The hotel is centrally located, and has a good vibe to it. Shoutout to Robert who was really helpful in sorting out a late check-out, and being empathetic to my need for this ahead of my 20+hours flights back home. Overall, it was a great first stay!!
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We chose this hotel because it was a Kimpton and also the location and we were not disappointed. Although it is only four floors high it has a large floor space so walking to our room is quite a long walk down a nicely decorated corridor. The room we had was oddly shaped, massive headboard on a double bed, large space either side of it but not much room at the foot, making it restricted going to the lovely, clean bathroom.However, we did get a good nights sleep. Free coffee in the morning, cookies in the afternoon and the usual free wine hour at five helped made our stay a very pleasant one.
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$179 - $721 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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United StatesDistrict of ColumbiaWashington DCUpper Northwest / Penn Quarter
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