Kimpton Opens First Property in Baltimore

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Kimpton Hotels opened its first property in Baltimore this week, The Hotel Monaco Baltimore. The hotel consists of 202 guest rooms and suites in addition to over 6,000 square feet of meeting space.

For their taller guests, The Hotel Monaco Baltimore features special "Tall Rooms" with raised showerheads, extra long bathrobes, raised ceilings, and beds whose length measures 96 inches. For dining, B&O American Brasserie features a menu from Food & Wine Magazine's nationally-recognized chef Michael Reidt.

Located in Baltimore's business district, a short walk from the hotel brings guests to Inner Harbor, the Baltimore Convention Center, and the Maryland Science Center. The area is also home to a wide range of dining and entertainment options.

On an additional note, the hotel is pet-friendly, allowing guests to bring their pets of any size. Should you be staying alone at the Hotel Monaco Baltimore, a goldfish can be provided to help keep you company.

Visit www.monaco-baltimore.com.

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