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Don't call it Frisco!

San Francisco is a great diverse city, with its people from all parts of the world. We're friendly and enjoy showing off our city, don't hesitate to ask anyone for directions!
As splendid as when it opened in 1926, Mark Hopkins is one of the city’s finest historic San Francisco luxury hotels. It’s ideally located at the crossing of three cable car lines, just minutes from Union Square. Each suite is furnished in a unique, stately style. Breathtaking views of San Francisco combine with fine dining and a signature 100 Martini menu at Top of the Mark restaurant. Described when it opened as ‘architecturally perfect’, this San Francisco luxury hotel remains so today.

Guest Reviews



  • Restaurant & Lounges

    The legendary Top of the Mark lays the city at your feet with near 360 degree vistas showcasing the beautiful and scenic skyline of San Francisco. ...
  • Amenities & Services

    Our 24-hour fitness centre is equipped with Precor ellipticals, stationary bikes, treadmills and Paramount weight machines, many with flat-screen T...

    There's always something special happening at an InterContinental hotel. Whether you are looking for a fun-filled getaway or a place to host your n...

InterContinental Mark Hopkins San Francisco

  • 999 California Street
  • San Francisco , CA , 94108
  • United States
  • Front Desk +1-415-3923434

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Languages spoken by staff

German, English, Spanish, French, Hindi, Croatian, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Dutch , Punjabi, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Tagalog, Chinese

Pet Policy

Pets allowed, up to 25lbs, with a non refundable USD50 fee per night. Specific rooms or floor only. Pet cannot be left unattended in guest room.
Pet Fee $50.00 per night
  • Local Time

    3:20 PM
    • CHECK-IN

      3:00 PM

      12:00 PM Late Check out Available


    • US Dollar $ (USD)


    • Service animals allowed
    • 14 Room(s) with Accessibility Standards
    • Parking
    • Special Needs
    Guest Reviews
    Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 839 reviewers.
    Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The perfect hotel Great location in Nob Hill close enough to walk to Union Square but away from the busy, noisy streets. Best attentive, friendly staff, great restaurant, beautiful rooftop lounge with stunning 360 views. Comfortable beds, great shower, very clean and luxurious room. Perfect stay. 26 January 2015
    Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Top Notch This was our second time staying at the Mark Hopkins Hotel. It is absolutely amazing, their level of service is consistently on the mark. Many hotels have, for an additional charge, a "club lounge". Each hotel varies with what is offered.. All are similar with the routine when first checking-in, but from our experience, The Mark Hopkins Hotel will continually go out of their way to provide superior service, they really make you feel welcome. On another note, we did, however, have a minor setback with one of their servers at the Club Lounge, and the host at the Top of The Mark. But more on this later... There are two staff associates who have stood out at providing awesome service: ANNA and TOY. If you choose to use The Mark Hopkins Club Lounge, and we highly suggest you do, please take a moment to meet Anna and Toy, they're now like family to us. I should add Wayne to this mix. We met him on our check-out day. He's a server at the lounge; he always checked and double checked "Is there anything else I can get for you....?" The hotel is not a mega resort, which makes it even better. As you approach the hotel, you turn into the hotel driveway, making your way between the stone pillars and immediately, you have a sense of the grandness being a part of this very exclusive neighborhood atop Nob Hill. This is, after all, a historical landmark. And from this point on, you are being attended to every step of the way. I know I mentioned a minor mishap during our second stay, but I do believe this was isolated. This was an odd one for us because after staying at this hotel twice, we knew this is not like The Mark Hopkins. On our last day, my family went ahead down to the Club Lounge. Keep in mind, it was MLK Day, so the full service restaurant that is open to all guests, was closed for the day, we were told the entire room will be open to Club guests to sit anywhere. I was greeted upon arrival and mentioned "I know my family is here somewhere." Kindly, the girl said "Oh yeah, they're right over there..." I walked in. I noticed a couch area that was not taken, so I gestured for my family to move to this spot. They went ahead and got their breakfast as I sat on the couch going over work stuff -- This is when it got a little weird with the server. He approached me and sort of just stood there for a second... in-between each question from him and answer from me (in parenthesis), there was this awkward pause.... "Are you going to sit here?"..... ("Yes").... But, you're family's over there.....("yes, but now they'll join me here. Is that ok?")..... "Yes".... "Are you a Club member?..... ("Yes").... "What's your room number?". If you are familiar with that scene from TITANIC where Leonardo DiCaprio is having dinner in the First Class Dining Room and the character of "CAL" tries to make him feel uncomfortable... well, it was reminiscent of that scene. As for the Host at the Top of The Mark -- this was late at night, Sunday. We just wanted to show our kids the top floor, show them the view. When I (just myself) peeked inside the lounge, not walking around, the Host immediately stopped me, rudely saying, "No kids allowed." The strange thing was this: My kids weren't even in the lounge! They were at the window by the elevator, enjoying the scenery, where they are allowed. My wife and I were planning on heading back up to have cocktails while my teenage daughter watches our son in the room, but we decided to stay in the hotel room instead. Once again, this was obviously an isolated incident. We have never experienced anything like this from any of the staff at the hotel. The valet, bellman, check-in desk, and of course, Anna & Toy at The Club Lounge .. they have all been genuinely amazing. When it's this consistent and at such a high level of service, you have to give credit to their Management, too. Upon check-in, we met Chris, the Front Desk Manager. He was kind and professional. From our first stay, we had the pleasure of meeting another member of The Mark Hopkins management team.. DANIELLA. Two words describe Daniella: Top Notch. I can sincerely say in all honesty, this is a 100% genuine review. We're not big on writing reviews, but several employees at this hotel deserve to be recognized. Anyone reading this review will notice I tend to point out the staff. But it is for this very reason: The hotel speaks for itself. It's a classy hotel. When you stay at the top of Nob Hill, this is the one everyone talks about. But once you're inside, you hope to have a professional and courteous staff throughout your stay, this is really the substance of it all. And with The Mark Hopkins, you will not be disappointed. In closing, it really comes down to this: When in San Francisco, stay at The Mark Hopkins Hotel. And when that day comes, I hope you have time to meet the following staff: Anna, Guest Relations Extraordinaire Toy, Club Lounge Busser Wayne, Club Lounge Server Bill, Bellman Raffi, Head Valet Tony, Valet And the Managers mentioned above, Chris and Daniella. Have a great stay. You'll love the view! 26 January 2015
    Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Property Mngr We come to SFO several times a year from Hawaii and this is by far one of the finest hotels in the city. The rooms are very nice but it's the staff that really makes it a great experience. This is always our first choice if the rooms are available. We had had an incident the last time we were there and the Manager had met with us and everything was taken care of to our satisfaction. I had actually forgotten about it but the hotel didn't and they had the Manager welcome us personally and even bought us a couple of drinks. This type of customer service is very hard to find these days and truly sets this hotel apart from the others. 24 January 2015
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