Monaco Baltimore, a Kimpton Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMonaco Baltimore, a Kimpton Hotel
The "Monaco" is an old train station with a gorgeous ivory marble interior in the lobby. Nice flatbread pizza appetizers and room space too. There was great service as well (our car was brought to us within minutes and we were served wine at night).
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