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The Monaco Hotel - a Kimpton Boutique Hotel guest reviews>>
High style in the heart of the theater district
501 Geary St
Lovely little personal touches are everywhere, from a “pet” goldfish who will keep you company during your stay (care and feeding provided by the management) to complimentary chair massage and tarot card readings during the evening wine and cheese service. There's also a tea service with pastries offered every afternoon in the “living room” lounge.
There is a fee for valet parking with in- and-out privileges.
Grand Cafe - A short walkway off the lobby leads to this excellent French brasserie, which features contemporary seasonal cuisine in a striking room that calls to mind a Paris train station circa 1929. The petite café and bar in front serves a variety of French favorites such as Salade Lyonnaise and a classic cheese omelet until midnight on weekends. The bar offers sophisticated cocktails (five kinds of Manhattans alone) for after-theater socializing.
The recreational activities listed below are available either on site or near the hotel; fees may apply.
The Monaco offers 201 rooms and suites. Lime green- and-yellow striped wallpaper offsets red chinoise canopies, Chinese-style armoires, bamboo writing desks, and high-backed chairs. Ceramic-tile bathroom floors; plush terrycloth shower curtains. European linens.
Standard deluxe room
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