Want to enjoy a quiet place for conversations and drinks, this place is it. Always good to dine and enjoy the views here.
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We were in town and had dinner with a friend when he suggested we visit the Top of the Mark and have a night cap. WHAT A TREAT!!! Been to San Fransisco countless times and NEVER knew this hotel or this amazing rooftop bar existed....More
Came here for a sundowner. Had a table overlooking the bay. Choice of drinks is good but not extensive, wine list is quite limited. Unfortunately the place itself is in dire need of renovation. The furniture looks like a remnant of the 80s, many tables...More
If you are in the area it is a famous “must do” for cocktails pre-dinner or post. Large wine- by-the-glass and classic cocktails. Nice Tapas snacks as well. Missed the live music hat comes later in the evening when the city lights may delight. Be...More
Very cool view on top of Inter-Continental Hotel. If you pick your time right, you'll be entertained by an outstanding pianist who can play virtually any genre / song. Prices are reasonable.
The rooms are in horrendous condition. While walking in my socks in my room the bottom of my socks became filthy. they were black. The Room service was terrible. The food was ok. but expensive for it quality. The elevators were so slow there was...More
Business trip. Solo trip. King bed. Room 520 on 5th floor. 2 nights stay at over $500/night. Personally I wouldn’t feel comfortable staying at a place at this rate. The company booked the hotel for me and most of the hotel rates were about this...More
The Mark Hopkins is an iconic hotel, very nice, great staff and convenient to cable cars. We stayed on IHG points and reservation totaling 3 days.
It pains me to only give 2 stars for an Intercontinental hotel. My main gripe is the breakfast - the most I've paid and by far the worst I've had. Being diabetic I've always found suitable foods at InterContinentals but not here. The selection of...More
When you drive up to the entrance, you automatically feel important, "yes, this is my hotel." It feels so much more intimate once inside but it is actually quite large. Yes, it is older as some reviewers have said but I really focused on what...More