Pittsburgh’s newest hotel gets its name from the principality of Monaco, which attracts visitors from every corner of the planet to the French Riviera. It’s located in the former Downtown home of the Reed Smith law firm, and before that, Duquesne Light. “The history and bones of this building are just beautiful,” says Kimpton Hotels CEO Mike DeFrino. He was in Pittsburgh for the ribbon cutting Wednesday. He is talking about the 1902 Beaux Arts exterior and stunning interior molding and columns that are featured in the hotel’s two ballrooms. The Hotel Monaco is the 63rd property in the San Francisco-based hotel group, but its design is one of a kind.
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