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Great location on top of Nob Hill, but the lady needs a complete overhaul. The decor and furniture was very dated and dingy. Very few electrical outlets in our suite. I believe if we had not been IHG members we would have had to pay...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
Stay Report - 6/13 - 6/15
Location: The hotel is located on the corner of California and Mason Streets in the Nob Hill Neighborhood. While I felt on my visit that a lot of San Francisco is suffering from a massive homeless population, some of whom...More
Response from Nikita T, Manager at InterContinental Mark Hopkins San FranciscoResponded 4 days ago
Good Afternoon, Sal_Paradise767!
Thank you so much for your feedback. We are glad that you enjoyed your stay with us and all that our classic property has to offer. We do understand that our rooms are a bit outdated, but we are looking forward to...More
What can I say besides we enjoyed our stay in this historic hotel. We found it in a perfect location for site seeing as it was a close downhill walk to Union Square, Chinatown, and about a 15 minute walk to the wharf. We asked...More
Got an upgrade for a reasonable amount of $ on this four-night stay, and was very happy with a 12th floor room. Overlooked the cathedral with a partial of the Golden Gate Bridge. Yes, it's the sort of place that is what Shabby Chic tries...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.