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I've stayed at Kimpton Hotels in Aspen, Austin, Dallas, NYC, San Francisco and now DC. (Some of the locations where I stayed have closed in the last year or so.) I've always been thrilled with the service - and each time, someone has done something...More
Hotel is clean and elegant with decent facilities but suffers from being in a very old building, my room was a former office with a blocked up doorway behind the bed and a bathroom that had thin plywood walls. It's a nice hotel but I...More
Response from Gregory L, General Manager at Kimpton Hotel Monaco Washington DCResponded 1 week ago
JonnyZZ thank you for your comments. You are correct the Hotel Monaco Washington DC is a national historic landmark, and was constructed beginning in the late 1830's to be the first permanent home of the United States Postal Service. Constructed by renowned Washington DC architects...More
Granted, we stayed in the Robert Mills Presidential Suite, so I can't speak to the regular rooms, but our weekend stay could not have been better. The suite was outstanding, even better than the photos, with plenty of room to stretch out and comfortable everything....More
The Hotel Monaco in Washington, DC is a wonderful place to stay. An old post office has been redone, so the hotel has spacious rooms and hallways with lovely architecture and interior design. The front desk is helpful and friendly. The restaurant is quite good...More
Yes, but it's valet style. I think it was 30 dollars. You can pull right up the the front of the hotel, they'll park your car. Give them a little bit of time on pick up of your car when you're ready to go though!
Response from Maureen P | Reviewed this property |
Yes, but it's filled with drinks and snacks, which are provided by the hotel for a fee. In order to fit my water bottle in overnight, I would take out some of their drinks, but put them back in in the morning because I was... More
Yes, but it's filled with drinks and snacks, which are provided by the hotel for a fee. In order to fit my water bottle in overnight, I would take out some of their drinks, but put them back in in the morning because I was afraid of getting charged.