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InterContinental Mark Hopkins

2,170 reviews
+1 415-392-3434

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Pets Allowed
Fitness Center
Child Care

Pamper Yourself at the InterContinental San Francisco

Stay Within Walking Distance of Nearby Shops

Located just six blocks from Union Square, the InterContinental San Francisco hotel gives guests a chance to experience shopping and dining without the expense of transportation. While in San Francisco, guests will want to make time to see a few key attractions. Close by you'll find Chinatown for an authentic Chinese meal, the the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art for viewing contemporary art pieces, and Alcatraz, an old prison and military structure currently sitting on its own island. 

Let the Pampering Begin with a Full Body Massage

In addition to full body massages, the hotel spa offers facials, pedicures, and waxing services. After spending time in the day spa, you'll want to get re-energized at the 24-hour fitness and wellness center. This facility has everything from cardiovascular equipment to free weights to an indoor swimming pool. Should you find that your muscles are sore, this 4,000 square foot fitness center also has a jacuzzi spa for a nice soak in a tub of hot water.

When it comes to meals, vacationers can head to Luce Restaurant. Not only is Luce a member of the Green Restaurant Association, but it also serves all three of your daily meals. Wine is perfectly paired with your dinners, for one of the most delectable dining experiences. Other services you can expect to find at this hotel include valet parking, a full-service business center for making copies and sending faxes, and 24-hour room service.

Floor-to-Ceiling Windows Offer a Majestic View of the City

Perhaps the biggest perks of the 550 guest rooms and suites located inside the InterContinental San Francisco hotel are the floor-to-ceiling windows. Guests can watch the sun rise with a hot cup of coffee made in the coffeemaker or look up at the billions of stars at night. Travelers can lounge around in a bathrobe while watching their favorite show on the hotel's LCD high-definition flat-screen TV. Afterward, they can grab a drink from the in-room bar and listen to some music on the iPod docking station.

Need to upgrade to a suite? There are 14 available, including a presidential suite. Suites have their own outdoor balconies, as well as dining and living rooms. A jacuzzi tub decorates the marble bathroom, and you may even find a grand piano in the living room. Spacious work stations are set up to make sure you always have a place to conduct business, no matter what time of day it is.

The Bottom Line

Although there are other hotels in the area that are comparable in price, such as the Palace Hotel San Francisco, you won't find another hotel to match the InterContinental San Francisco's concierge service. Upon making your reservation, you'll be given a link to help prepare you for your visit. Should you have any special requests, all you'll need to do is email the concierge team, and they will tend to your every need.

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Nob Hill
1 Nob Hill
San Francisco, CA 94108
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User Highlights
"Hard working staff" "Great lobby staff"
89% found the staff to be very friendly.
62% said the reception staff was ok.
"Superb location" "Location superb"
96% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
Not enough parking facilities, according to 85%.
"Spotless facilities" "Clean crockery"
Only 69% said rooms were clean enough.
63% thought the cleanliness of the hotel was average.
"Excellent bath products" "Hair dryer was old"
96% thought the view was good.
Beds were acceptable for 69%.
"Excellent brunch" "Complementary continental breakfast"
62% said the breakfast was too expensive.
"Old-world elegance" "Outdated decore"
81% criticized the unstylish hotel.
88% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
"Not much cushion" "AC did not work"
Beds were acceptable for 69%.
52% said rooms were small.
"Clean crockery" "Burnt bacon"
The price was too high for 89%.
Only 57% were satisfied with the menu.
"Facilities too old" "Outdated decore"
52% thought the building was acceptable.
56% considered the lobby entrance to be so-so.
"Paying for wi-fi" "No free wifi"
54% thought it was adequately priced.
83% said the wifi quality was bad.
Wellness Area
"Very small fitness room" "Fitness room is small"
73% didn't like the fitness area.
Value for money
"Paid for deluxe room" "Paid for my stay"
54% thought it was adequately priced.
62% said the breakfast was too expensive.

Good to know...

Great view
Hotel could use some updating
Friendly atmosphere
Bathroom could be optimized
Expert Reviews
The circular redbrick drive of this towering Nob Hill architectural landmark leads to an opulent, mirrored, marble-floor lobby which is the gateway to luxurious rooms.
Travel + Leisure
Grand architecture and old world charm set atop Nob Hill make this one of San Francisco’s most classic luxury hotels. Its rich woods, elegant fabrics, and classic décor are rivaled only...
Afar Magazine
Rising up from the top of Nob Hill, the elegant InterContinental Mark Hopkins has a deep history in San Francisco. Mark Hopkins, one of the founders of the Central Pacific Railroad, built...
Hotel Information
Bar or Lounge
Business Center
Child Care
Fitness Center
Free Wifi
Pets Allowed
From 3:00pm*must be 18 or older to check-in
Until 12:00pm
# of Rooms
  • Internet Fee: USD 14.95 per 24-hour period (rates may vary)
  • Parking Fee: USD 54 per day (in/out privileges)
  • Breakfast Fee: USD 37 per person (approximately)
Some smoking-allowed rooms
Handicap Accessible
Wheelchair Accessible