Hotels >Intercontinental Mark Hopkins San Francisco
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. …
SNOB HILL. For the money, the rooms are not worth it!!! I did not expect to find hair on my pillows at the Mark Hopkins Inter-Continental. The guest service agents were snotty and the room service is lousy. I would not recommend this place to anyone... and for what it's worth, I work in the hospitality industry.
Everything Herb Caen!. I had to move away from the City about the time of Haeb Caen Way dedication and ever since I go back to his favorite places to feel closer to someone I never met-but I do admire his taste!!
Elegance at it's finest.
The Mark is a classic, the recently renovated guest rooms, the new Nob Hill Restaurant and a San Francisco landmark the Top of the Mark, all make this the quitessentail destination in San Francisco. Check out the new Fitness Room! The Chef creates monthly prix-fixe menus in the restaurnat which are a "hell" of a deal!
The Mark is the classiest Hotel in the Bay Area!
Good but not value.. I found the Mark Hopkins to have great service but the rooms where OK and the Price was extorshionate for what you are getting. I think it is very much a tourist trap. It's a good hotel, but for the money you pay to stay there, it needs to be an amazing hotel. Views are great, room service is ok (Yes, the Blue-Berry muffin is really good!). There are plenty of alternatives in the City that are actually worth their money.
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