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This place is like something out of one of the 1940s movies one would see on AMC or Turner. Any minute, I expected Spencer Tracy or Cary Grant come into the lobby followed by a film crew!
The place is clean, comfortable, and has great...More
PROs: kind, high standards service; very large room and bathroom with fine -old but fresh looking furniture; extraordinary location with direct access to two cable cars lines. Top of the Mark bar -unmatched 360o view; elegant lobby, with high ceiling and comfortable seating area.
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Response from asmaramazur, Front Office Manager at InterContinental Mark Hopkins San FranciscoResponded 7 December 2017
Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback of your recent stay with us.
I'm delighted to hear you enjoyed your time with us and am looking forward to welcoming you back.
Please don't hesitate to reach out to me at ICMarkHopkins@ihg.com should you...More
Lovely place with great views of the city arrived around five thirty and were seated at window enjoyed a glass of wine and some tapas definitely worth a visit on a clear sunny day. Even though it was busy we were not rushed and has...More
I stayed here for one night. Checking experience was slow and quite rude, room had an ironing board but no iron. Took 20 minutes to get one (after an east coast late flight). Rooms are old and tired. No bedside plugs for charging devices.
Take an old building perched on a hill and make it into hotel, this is the Intercontinental and it’s nothing special. Stay on the backside of the hotel because my room facing the front was about the noisiest hotel I’ve stayed in. Let me add...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.