Kimpton Hotel Monaco Philadelphia

433 Chestnut St Philadelphia

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Kimpton Hotel Monaco Philadelphia

Once upon a time, The United States had its capital right here in Philadelphia. And the "room where it happens" was Liberty Square, the historic neighborhood where the Kimpton Hotel Monaco sits. Originally an office building named for Gilbert du Motier, the Marquis de Lafayette, this hotel has everything you could ever want, from yoga mats in every room to a bike check-out program and even pet-friendly accommodations.

This getaway also boasts many different guestroom options, the most notable being specially designed accommodations for disabled visitors. Regardless of your level of mobility, it sure sounds nice to get a massage without leaving your hotel room, and this dreamlike hotel has you covered there. Just call down to the in-room spa service, and someone will come and work out all your kinks. Are you just dying for a look inside? Your wish is our command with this video from the Kimpton Hotels YouTube channel.

As long as we're talking about utter convenience, the Kimpton Hotel Monaco also has a restaurant and a rooftop lounge on-site along with 24/7 room service. The Red Owl Tavern is an East Coast-inspired New American utility spot, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner made with local Pennsylvania ingredients. Feeling a little more like living it up? Head upstairs to grab a drink at Stratus, where the great view is paired with craft cocktails, short rib blue cheese flatbread, and curry cauliflower with basil yogurt.

Nothing about the Kimpton Hotel Monaco sounds like a drag
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