Monaco Washington D.C. – A Kimpton Hotel is a wonderful spot for families with kids to go. This hotel is just around the corner from the Hillwood Museum & Gardens, National Gallery of Art and Jefferson Memorial. A few other attractions include the Iwo Jima Marine Corps Memorial and Newseum. The 4-star hotel has 184 suites. Each suite includes free high-speed internet and adjoining rooms. This Washington D.C. property also has a and fitness center. Monaco Washington DC dining options include room service and onsite restaurant. Chop’t, Italian Store and Me Jana are all family-friendly eateries that are reputable and are within 5 miles of hotel.
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- Great location, great staff
- Very good for families
- Fabulous location for the family
- Connecting Rooms
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
The hotel front staff were efficient getting our bags from cab to front desk. Check in was greeted with a glass of white wine despite happy hour every evening 4 to 5pm had ended. Room 415 was spacious with mod cons. Queen size bed was very comfy. Would like to thank the team that clean and tidy the bedroom every day - superb. Courtyard bar at the Dirty Habit was cool. Dining at Dirty Habit as per review. Very central to city shopping area and close to Walter E Washington conference centre, a little walk pass Capital One arena and Chinatown. Historical building - Old PO. Breakfast was good and you can have it up to 230pm! Nothing was too much. Thank you to the receptionist girl (sorry forgot your name) who helped return gloves to my matey who left it in my room. For runners it is a lovely short run to and along the National mall and right up to Rocky Creek.
This was an old historic post office located in the heart of town, so in order to put a hotel in it the results are a bit quirky. We had a room that was between the stairs to the roof and a utility closet, so we had no next door neighbors, plus we over looked the courtyard (there is a restaurant in the middle, but closes around 11 pm), so it was very quiet. Free coffee in the lobby coffee shop in the mornings, staff is very friendly and helpful, free wine tastings in the late afternoons, and the location is great (across the street from the National Portrait Gallery). The room layout is a bit quirky, bathroom is quite large, shower is also quirky but nice, and room is a decent size.
The only issue is that the giant vaulted ceilings and marble floored hallways can be noisy (bring ear plugs and hope for considerate neighbors), but all of that is part of the unique charm of the hotel.
The restaurant is fine, nothing fancy but very pleasant with good food.