Keeping up with the Kimptons: A Photo Tour of Kimpton Hotels

 
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Located in Phoenix’s CityScape, a downtown entertainment center, Hotel Palomar is an eclectic collection of furnishings. The guestrooms are outfitted with Italian Frette linens and down duvets.  
Credit: John Ellis 
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Near the Seattle waterfront is Hotel Alexis, a boutique hotel with an air of historic charm. The Alexis Suite offers quaint exposed brick walls and views of landmark Seattle neighborhoods.  
Credit: David Phelps 
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Seattle’s Hotel Alexis lobby makes it clear that you’re stepping into one of the city’s top hotels. A supporter of the local community, the hotel often showcases works of art by Pacific Northwest artists.  
Credit: David Phelps 
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Hotel Epic is a boutique hotel that caters to Miami’s all-things-flashy vibe. The modern and sleek décor is outlined in luxury with sweeping views of downtown Miami and the Biscayne Bay.  
Credit: David Phelps 
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Hotel Epic’s rooftop pool, adjacent a 24-hour fitness center, is the hotel’s main attraction, proving crucial relief from Miami’s near-constant sunshine.  
Credit: David Phelps 
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Hotel Eventi, in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood, offers truly unique décor. The Eventi Suite is a spacious nod to sophisticated luxury with a king-sized platform bed, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a dining room table that seats eight.  
Credit: Chris Sanders 
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Hotel Eventi’s Veranda Suite has a 1,500-square-foot private balcony, and includes all the touches that make a Kimpton property special—custom art work, dual fixture rain shower, and flat-screen TV.  
Credit: Chris Sanders 
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Located in New York’s Midtown Manhattan, Hotel Ink48 is a renovated printing house. The lobby is a stunning display of rich color.  
Credit: David Phelps 
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Adjacent the Charles River in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Hotel Marlowe is an ideal retreat for romance. Bold and luxurious touches define the Presidential Suite, finished with a marble entryway, dramatic views of the river, and a pillow-top king-size bed.  
Credit: David Phelps 
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Historic King Street in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, is the home of Hotel Monaco, a Kimpton property that plays with history but adds a touch of whimsy with daring pops of color and unique patterns.  
Credit: David Phelps 
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Right in the heart of downtown Denver, Hotel Monaco is a lively display of fancifulness—think animal-striped throws, a red velvet memory foam sleeper sofa, and the option of having a companion goldfish delivered to your room upon request.  
Credit: David Phelps 
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Washington, D.C.’s Hotel Monaco is an award-winning Kimpton property. Located in the Penn Quarter/Chinatown district, the hotel occupies a National Historic Landmark building and features an eclectic palette of colors. Get the weather reports with your wake-up call, and bring along your furry friend, the hotel is 100% pet friendly.  
Credit: Rob Blunt 
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Right off of New York’s Times Square, The Muse’s Spa Suite is ideal for a romantic getaway. Every detail drips with luxury, from French doors to a sunken Jacuzzi tub and a plush king-size bed.  
Credit: David Phelps 
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Featuring to-die-for views of the city, Boston’s Hotel Nine is pure eloquence. Rich, strong colors define the hotel’s lobby.  
Credit: David Phelps 
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With art inspired by the Chicago World Fair, Hotel Palomar is sleek and inviting. The King Spa Premier Room is dressed in earth-tones and offers luxurious bathroom amenities to leave you peaceful and stress free.  
Credit: Cris Molina 
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Located on the base of Aspen Mountain, Sky Hotel offers ski-in and ski-out capabilities, a must in the winter-sport world. The pool deck is the place to be—in the winter enjoy a year-round heated pool and hot tub, and in the summer, lounge next to the outdoor bar to ease your sore muscles.  
Credit: Robert Millman 
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Just like the city it is based in, Philadelphia’s Hotel Monaco melds history with modern luxuries. Adjacent Independence National Historic Park and Philadelphia's historic district, the best of Philly is just steps from your hotel door.  
Credit: Hotel Monaco Philadelphia 
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70 park ave, a Midtown Manhattan boutique hotel, is located on the street it was named after and just steps from New York’s Grand Central Station. The King Deluxe Suite features goose-down feather beds, a Jacuzzi tub, and Etro bath products.  
Credit: David Phelps 
 
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