What does Kimpton’s winter secret password get you? Apparently, a lot.

Kimpton Hotels has a history of offering a “secret password” several times a year, which gets you some sort of freebie, discount, etc., if you give the password at time of check-in. It’s free to use, and at the very least you’re bound to score some free drinks.

Through March 4th, 2015 the password is “Warm Woolen Mittens.”

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So, what exactly does this password get you? Apparently, a fair amount as reported by some recent Kimpton guests. I’ve compiled a list of reported perks here, but would love to hear any more from you if you have experience using the password this winter!


RiverPlace Hotel – Portland, Oregon

  • Free Valet Parking

Hotel Helix – Washington DC

  • $30 Food and Beverage Credit

Hotel Monaco – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  • $25 Food and Beverage Credit

70 Park Avenue – New York, New York

  • Free Valet Parking
  • 5 drinks at the bar (at $15/drink), if you don’t have a car with you

Hotel Marlowe – Cambridge, Massachusetts

  • Upgrade to an executive one bedroom suite

Nine Zero – Boston, Massachusetts

  • Movie & popcorn
  • Bottle of wine
  • 2 mini Bailey’s & hot chocolate

Hotel Palomar – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  • 50% off valet parking

Hotel Solamar – San Diego, California

  • 2 drink coupons for the bar


Have you stayed in a Kimpton hotel this season and used the secret password? If so, what did you receive? Comment below so others can see!

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