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HISTORIC GRANDEUR ON THE CREST OF NOB HILL As splendid now as when it opened to great fanfare in 1926, InterContinental Mark Hopkins San Francisco is one of the city’s finest hotels with a long legacy of service excellence. Located at the crossing of three cable car lines, the venerable...
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I never had to ask for anything because this Intercontinental staff anticipated my needs: expedited check-in, upgrade, and welcome gift for Ambassador status. Local car ride, wide selection of entrees at the Club Lounge buffet, shoe shine, even toothbrush and toothpaste--all complimentary. The staff knew...More
We really enjoyed our stay at the Mark Hopkins.
The service was excellent - very friendly and helpful staff. We requested a quieter room at check in as we knew SF can be noisy and they accommodated this with no problem.
The room was very...More
Stayed one night Friday, June 29. Very comfortable king bed, clean room with nice toiletries. Had a nice view. Unfortunately we didn’t get to check out Top of the Mark due to it being closed for private event. Would definitely stay here again!
A good luxurious hotel where we stayed a family of six in two rooms. The lobby is fabulous while the rooms are nice but slightly worn and small. It was hard to squeeze in three persons in one room. The location is nice but getting...More
I've been coming to the Mark Hopkins all my life. The facade was beautiful, but this trip, sadly, we noticed the hotel is fading... The room as very nice but we discovered the remote barely worked and eventually died. There was no movie ordering system,...More
Swanky and stylish, Nob Hill sits in the heart of the city and is home to amazing architecture and views. The hike to the top can be a challenging workout for those who forego a cable car ride, but they will be rewarded with some of the city’s most beautiful architecture adorning its peak. Originally populated with mansions after the Gold Rush, most if not all were devastated in the 1906 earthquake and fire that
followed. Luckily all is not lost; storied hotels and Grace Cathedral surround Huntington Park. Having a drink or dinner while taking in the sunset and views at the "top of the Mark" is tough to beat.