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US Election Fever 2016: 'Race To The White House' packages with Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants

King Deluxe Room at Kimpton Rouge Hotel in Washington, DC
With the United States gearing up for the Presidential Election on 8th November 2016, Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants, the leading collection of luxury boutique hotels in the USA, is helping UK travellers join in the political excitement with a ‘Race to the White House’ package available at their 10 properties in Washington, DC.

With many of Kimpton’s hotels located near the exciting buzz of vibrant Dupont Circle and nearby Georgetown, guests can run their own race to the White House on self-guided running tours around Washington, DC, with routes passing by the White House itself and other notable landmarks such as Capitol>
After exploring the future President’s home base, runners can relax with a signature 50-minute, in-room massage and toast their successful run with two complimentary cocktails at the hotel bar. Guests can also take advantage of the unique personal touches available at all the Kimpton properties, including evening hosted Wine Hour, complimentary morning tea and coffee, free Wi-Fi and in-room yoga>
Participating Kimpton properties include:
• The Kimpton George Hotel
• Kimpton Glover Park Hotel
• Kimpton Hotel Madera
• Kimpton Hotel Monaco Washington DC
• Kimpton Hotel Palomar Washington DC
• Kimpton Mason & Rook Hotel
• Kimpton Rouge Hotel
• Kimpton Topaz Hotel
• The Kimpton Carlyle Dupont Circle
• The Kimpton Donovan Hotel

Kimpton’s ‘Race to the White House’ package costs from approximately £252 ($319) per night and includes overnight accommodation, a running map of Washington, DC, two complimentary cocktails at the bar and a 50-minute in-room massage. Package is available at all 10 Kimpton properties located in Washington, DC, and is available for stays before 9th November 2016. To book, visit and quote code RACE by 9th November 2016.

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