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A Revolutionary Building Near Independence National Historic Park

We're located in the historic part of Philly, close to where the Declaration of Independence was signed. Our Lafayette building, built in 1907 in homage to war hero General Marquis de Lafayette, is also an important piece of the past.

Press

HuffingtonPost.com
January 8, 2014
Where you stay sets the tone for any trip, and we chose the new Hotel Monaco in Old City... The location couldn't be any better for sight-seeing; it is right across the street from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell.

Weheart.co.uk
February 27, 2014
The building's weather-beaten façade has been lovingly restored, and the interior by Todd-Avery Lenahan, is full of bold pizzazz, with extravagant printed wallpaper and deep rich colours that achieve a playful sophistication without too much gaudiness.

Trekaroo.com
March 5, 2014
When you go to the Kimpton Monaco Philadelphia, know that you are going to be in a prime location, right across the street from the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. It's uber convenient for visitors.

Oyster.com
April 1, 2014
The 7 Best Cities for Beer

Hotel Chatter
May 2, 2014
Yo, Adrian! Philly's Hotel Monaco Wants to Keep You Healthy

GMA.Yahoo.com
May 9, 2014
Batter Up! 8 Great Baseball Towns

CBS Philly
May 13, 2014
Near Independence Hall, Free Bicycle Tune-Ups for 'Bike to Work Week'

Brides.com
May 14, 2014
How to Plan a 'Many-Moon' at 3 Different Budgets

Gaycation Magazine
June 13, 2014
Kimpton's Hotel Monaco and Hotel Palomar

Philadelphia Style
July 1, 2014
Best of Style

Conde Nast Traveler
July 16, 2014
Now You Can Earn Hotel Loyalty Points by Drinking Wine

Examiner.com
July 21, 2014
Pet-Friendly Philadelphia: Plan Your Purr-fect Getaway

Kristin Huxta, Cashman and Associates

Kristin Huxta

Area Public Relations Manager
(267) 386-9438
kristin.huxta@kimptonhotels.com

Our History

Our History

Hotel Monaco Philadelphia sits at a corner of historic Philadelphia where some of the biggest drama in Colonial America played out.