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I’m about to catch a flight in a few minutes so this is more of a “heads up” than an outright blog post so apologies for the brevity.
12 Kimpton properties in the Mid-Atlantic region are running a sale through 20 March (tomorrow) in which they’re offering discounts of up to 30% off. I’ve only just been told about this sale so it has been running for a few days but, as far as I can see, the discounted rates are still widely available.
Kimpton Deals in Bloom Sale
All 12 Kimpton Hotels in Washington, D.C., Alexandria, Virginia and Baltimore, Maryland are offering guests for 30% off their stays through 7 July 2019 – here are the terms and conditions:
- Offer is subject to availability and valid for stays from March 9, 2019 through July 7, 2019.
- Offer must be booked by March 20, 2019 via this page
- This offer requires a 1-night non-refundable deposit upon booking.
- Not valid in conjunction with any other promotions or offers.
- Not valid for discounted or negotiated rates, groups or existing reservations.
- Certain restrictions and blackout dates may apply.
- Kimpton Hotels reserves the right to cancel reservations booked with erroneous room rates.
- Kimpton Hotel Palomar Washington DC
- Kimpton Hotel Monaco Washington DC
- Kimpton Donovan Hotel
- Kimpton George Hotel
- Kimpton Mason & Rook Hotel
- Kimpton Hotel Madera
- Kimpton Rouge Hotel
- Kimpton Topaz Hotel
- Kimpton Carlyle Hotel Dupont Circle
- Kimpton Glover Park Hotel
You have very little time left to book but with rates starting from $125 per night there may a few good deals to be had here.
Some Kimpton properties are known to charge destination/resort fees so be very careful when booking and make sure you check to see what you’re being charged for.