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Room did not reflect the downstairs. Basic double room & very cramped. The bathroom didn’t have a proper door & it was a sliding door which did not fit the door frame properly & left a gap. Room also very dated. Also to advise that...More
We stayed at The Marker many times over the years. It use to be the Monaco until Joie de Vivre bought it from Kimpton. They’ve kept all the good things ( 5pm wine meet a must) and improved others ( restaurant). Great location and spacious...More
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Response from Clayton B, Front Office Manager at The Marker San Francisco, A Joie de Vivre HotelResponded February 5, 2018
Thank you so much for taking the time to review your recent stay at The Marker! I am so pleased to hear you enjoyed your time with us and can’t wait to have you back to stay with us again! I am very thrilled to...More
I recently stayed at The Marker in Dublin, and I had been at this hotel years ago when it was under a different name. The one in Dublin is 5-star and part of the leading hotels of the world collection, so I thought this 4-star...More
We stayed at this hotel for our wedding night. Because we were celebrating such a wonderful day, we called ahead to let the hotel know we would be late check in. Upon arrival we were greeted with a glass of white wine. Check in was...More
Be warned. The Marker charges a $25 daily fee they inform you of at the time of check in. It is very deceitful as it is not disclosed during the reservation process. Several guests ahead of me in line were as surprised as me, but...More
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Housed in a turn-of-the-century building in the heart of downtown San Francisco, The Marker, a Joie de Vivre Hotel, is located just steps away from the historic beauty of Union Square. Distinct among San Francisco's ...Morelifestyle hotels, the signature warmth permeates the property from the service to the design of the interiors. Surrounded by the city's top theaters, restaurants, museums and shops, the urban boutique hotel features 208 newly renovated, vibrant and stylish guestrooms. The Marker celebrates the vibrancy of the city and the dynamism of its guests through innovative programming and thoughtful service. Guests can enjoy thoughtful special amenities including unlimited PressReader access for the digital newsstand, bicycle rentals to explore the city, in-room spa services and more. The lobby living room's plush, over-sized couches and curated local activations beckon guests to stay a while and soak in the comfortable, social atmosphere while unique programs, steeped in local authenticity, connect guests to the best of the destination. In addition, guests can enjoy the hotel's new dining concept, Tratto, a spirited bar-driven restaurant serving rustic Italian fare with modern sensibilities and casual, communal-style dining. Less
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$171 - $782 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Formerly known as
Hotel Monaco San Francisco - a Kimpton Hotel
Also Known As
Kimpton San Francisco
Hotel Monaco San Francisco
United States > California > San Francisco > Union Square
All photos (941)941
Room & Suite (313)
Business Center & Event Rooms (16)
Family and Play Areas (1)
Originally home to rallies supporting the Union Army in the Civil War, this grand square has become the city's premier shopping and entertainment district containing the largest number of upscale department stores, chic boutiques, art galleries and theaters in the city. It's a large open area where tourists and locals gather, watch cable cars and crowds go by, enjoy a snack, or plan their day of shopping and
sightseeing, If feeling the pulsating energy of the city is on your agenda, Union Square is the place to soak it in.
Hotel fees in San Francisco include 14 percent occupancy tax and 1–1.5 percent Tourism Improvement District assessment (depending on the location of the property).
It is possible that this charge is a city tax, but...More
"New mattress and pillows required.. get the 2nd lift working.."