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700 F St NW Washington, DC 20004
700 F Street NorthwestUSDistrict of ColumbiaWashington20004
(202) 628-7177goo.gl
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Located near the Verizon Center, the Monaco DC hotel is an excellent home base as you visit the National Mall, Smithsonians, and Spy Museum. Guests enjoy free WiFi, morning coffee, and wine hour.
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Landmark post office revamped as a hotel with stylish rooms, plus a popular brasserie & free wine.- Google
"While the hallways are grand like the rest of the building the rooms are quaint."
"Very fancy, but it only has one main entrance and a difficult floor plan."
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Richard Holley
a week ago
This was my first time staying at the Hotel Monaco and I was able to do so for four nights. Kimpton had a great deal for their Alexandria hotels so we were able to get a great rate on a king suite with... Wait for it... A hot tub! Needless to say, the day wasn't over until we took a dip before bed. The room was extremely comfortable, roomy, the tub rocked (they even have some scented salts ready for you to add to the water), and the staff was friendly the entire time we were there. I didn't get to try the full sized pool but its on my list for next time. The hotel has both valet parking and a garage that you can self-park in. The hotel restaurant, Jackson 20, is fantastic and a good stop for cocktails. My friends and I have been going there for years and it never disappoints.
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Jesse Thomas
a month ago
🔑🛎🎉 A glorious hotel in a classic building in our nations capital. What more do you want?
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Mike Martin
5 months ago
Overall our stay was extremely pleasant with the exception of late Saturday night through early Sunday morning. We were awaken no less than five times by the extremely rowdy wedding party above. The front desk was informed however they appeared not to be concerned at all. We did not pay these prices to be inconvenienced by people with no respect for others.
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Christian Rahl
2 months ago
Very quant hotel. Some of the rooms are in the basement and can feel a little dark. However if any other hotel group tried to do the same thing the rooms would be way too dark.
Patrick Drummond
3 months ago
If any of you guys are looking for dirt cheap hotel deals I would check out HotelRaven. Com I saved a ton of money using that site. Overall our stay was extremely pleasant with the exception of late Saturday night through early Sunday morning. We were awaken no less than five times by the extremely rowdy wedding party above. The front desk was informed however they appeared not to be concerned at all. We did not pay these prices to be inconvenienced by people with no respect for others.
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Matt Henry
2 weeks ago
Great old building that's worth seeing! The rooms are very modern and well kept.
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Jessica Sotomayor
5 months ago
I am a Kimpton Karma member since 2012 and I highly recommend this route, it is free to join. Kimpton is truly service oriented and aims to give personalized service in their boutique style hotels. Hotel Monaco is an amazing property. I first stayed in April 2013 and have since returned for brunches. The ambiance is the best. You are greeted by valet on F between 7th and 8th streets, a sprawling street in DC full of tourists, cyclists, runners, and cars. The location is by far one of the highlights of this location. Within a 1 mile walk or run you can be at the National Mall or amazing restaurants. I did have to call into the lobby for valet-- we arrived Friday around a busy afternoon with nice weather. Once valet did come outside they were very helpful. You're greeted by 4 staff members manning the concierge booth to the right and main lobby desk directly ahead of you. This building's historical beauty can take your breath away if you have time to notice it! They wished me a happy birthday and asked about my Nats game. (These are the personal service things you can expect to happen at Kimpton, if you tweet them or make a note on a reservation they do their utmost to personalize your journey) When we got up to the queen room you may be disappointed. While the hallways are grand like the rest of the building the rooms are quaint. Much like when the building was built in 1839 individual rooms were not the highlight of buildings. (This was the first all-marble building and used as a post office) The room is SMALL. Enough room for a nook with a desk and SMALL bathroom. I absolutely adore this hotel and even have it marked as my favorite on my Kimpton Karma profile but unless I want to spring for a spa room or suite to get that added 200 sq ft I'd choose another location. The bathroom was just too small, forget about having room for two people or a woman (or man equal opportunity here) with a few palettes of make up in tow. The bathroom size will deter me from staying again but Kimpton as always has the best amenities. I was greeted by complimentary champagne, ice bucket, two glasses and a birthday card on the desk! Kimpton really is my favorite :) Combined with their complimentary wine hour at 5 PM they never fail to impress me. The brunch here at Poste has the most amazing outdoor patio and indoor seating arrangements. It is very normal to see people in suits with shirts untucked or a smattering of boat shoes and pastel colors lounging around outside accompanied by a fully stocked bloody mary bar. I really enjoy brunch here. The Poste has a cool separate entrance off of 7th street, but it is accessible via the lobby.
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Mike Foster
2 months ago
Place is beautiful. Service is pretty good. Room temperatures are horrendous.

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