Hotel Monaco Baltimore - a Kimpton Hotel

Located in the building formerly used as the headquarters for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, the Hotel Monaco Baltimore a Kimpton Hotel features historic surroundings in one of America's best-loved cities. Featuring 202 guestrooms in a building built in 1906, the hotel offers complimentary wireless high-speed Internet access, evening wine hours, eco-friendly policies, and smoke-free and pet-friendly accommodations. The boutique hotel features classic Beaux Arts details, creating an environment that is not just comfortable but interesting and fascinating. Guests have access to 24-hour in-room dining, flat screen high definition televisions, complimentary morning papers, coffee, and tea, personalized wake-up calls, Frette bed linens, terry cloth robes, Aveda spa and bath amenities, in-room safes large enough for laptop computers, twelve foot ceilings and eight foot windows. The hotel will even delivery companion goldfish to your room if you wish to enjoy the company of a small aquatic creature. Guests can enjoy onsite dining at the B&O American Brasserie, featuring breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner service. The menu includes pizza, small plate options, cheeses, flat breads, and entrees with Spanish, French, and Italian influences. The hotel offers convenient access to all of Baltimore's best attractions including the Inner Harbor, Harbor Place and the Gallery Shops, the National Aquarium in Baltimore, Power Plant and Power Plant Live, Oriole Park at Camden Yards and the Baltimore Museum of Art.

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