Poised at the crest of illustrious Nob Hill and at the intersection of three cable car lines, the InterContinental Mark Hopkins San Francisco is conveniently central to all of San Francisco’s favorite attractions and within walking distance of the finest dining, shopping, and nightlife. This landmark hotel offers a seamless blend of historic charm and contemporary comfort, and continues its legacy of setting standards in excellent accommodations.
381 Guest Rooms, 32 Suites, 1 Lounge/Bar, 1 Restaurant, Fitness Center, Live Entertainment, Beach (Nearby), Golf (Nearby)*, Tennis (Nearby)*, Elevators, Wireless Internet*, Babysitting Services*, ATM/Cash Machine, Currency Exchange, Parking/Valet*, Laundry Service*, Dry Cleaning*, Limousine Service*, Pets Allowed*, Pet-sitting Services*, Shoe Shine Stand, Shops and Commercial Services (Nearby)*, Tour/Sightseeing Desk, Business Center*, Meeting Rooms*, Ballroom*, Wheelchair Accessible Facilities, Multilingual Staff.
* denotes activities/services available for an additional cost. Amenities and inclusions are subject to change at any time.
Room Categories and Descriptions
Room amenities include air conditioning, blackout drapes, coffee/tea maker, cable/satellite television, hairdryer, internet access, iron/ironing board, minibar, safety deposit box, telephone, voicemail, alarm clock, radio/CD player.
Rollaway beds available upon request.
Requests for a specific bedding arrangement or room location are fulfilled by the hotel based on availability.
Standard - One king bed or two double beds. Found on the lower floors of the hotel, our Standard Rooms have neighborhood and limited city views. 312 sq ft.
Deluxe - One king bed or two double beds. Situated on the mid-level to top floors of the hotel, our Deluxe Rooms provide views of San Francisco. 324 sq ft.
Room With A View - One king bed or two double beds. Located on the top floors of the hotel, our View Rooms offer vistas of the Bay Bridge or Golden Gate Bridge. 364 sq ft.
Executive - One king bed. Large rooms with a large sitting area. Most of these suites have views of the downtown area as well as the East Bay. 367 sq ft.
Junior Suite - One king bed. Complete with separate parlor areas. 551 sq ft.
One Bedroom Suite - One king bed. Features large separate parlor and views of the city and bay. 787 sq ft.
Terrace Suite - One king bed. The suites feature glass-enclosed terraces with seating area for 3 guests, mini-bar, refreshment center and extra phone as well as marble bathrooms with dual sinks and granite countertops, separate marble standing showers and extra deep soaking tubs with Jacuzzi jets. 880 sq ft.
Whirlpool Suite - The smaller classic suites feature mini-bar, refreshment center and extra phone. The Suites feature large marble bathrooms with dual sinks and granite countertops, as well as separate marble standing showers and extra deep soaking tubs with Jacuzzi jets.
Deluxe Terrace Suite - One king bed. The Suites offer oversized parlors and also feature glass-enclosed terraces with seating area for 3 guests, mini-bar, refreshment center and extra phone. The Terrace Suites feature marble bathrooms with dual sinks and granite countertops, as well as separate marble standing showers and extra deep soaking tubs with Jacuzzi jets. 1,050 sq ft.
Luxury Suite - One king bed.
Cyril Magnin Luxury Suite - The Mark Hopkins Hotel was home to many notable San Franciscans, including Cyril Magnin, the city's first Chief of Protocol. This 1,352 square-foot, one-bedroom suite, named for Magnin, was his home for over 20 years. Decorated to highlight the Asian influences on the city of San Francisco, the Cyril Magnin Suite features an enclosed glass terrace looking out onto the city's Financial District, around to Telegraph Hill and the bay beyond. The suite features a number of elegant touches, such as a Chinese folding screen, traditional painted portraits, and lacquered furniture. The bedroom opens onto a generously sized bathroom, with a separate shower and a Jacuzzi tub with a view of the Golden Gate Bridge. The Asian influences are predominant in the scarlet and black color and design scheme.
Luxury Penthouse Suite - Sharing the 18th floor with the California Suite, the 1,650 square-foot Penthouse Suite takes advantage of its location in the building at the top Nob Hill with three picture windows, immediately drawing guests to the breath- taking views of the city and the bay. The suite retains the original wood wall paneling and built-in bookcases. Love-seats and overstuffed chairs are grouped together to take advantage of the stunning vista. The dining room features the same panoramic views as the living room making this suite ideal for small, intimate gatherings. The bedroom in this suite is impressively spacious with a king-size bed. The expansive bathroom includes a Jacuzzi tub and separate shower.
Luxury California Suite - Located on the 18th floor, the décor for the California Suite stands out in bold contrast to the other hotel suites. With a predominantly black and white color scheme and hardwood floors, this 2,240 square-foot suite suggests a very contemporary feel. Beautiful accents in gold and primary colors offset the original crown moldings present throughout the main living room. Unique to this suite is a separate dining room as well as a parlor with a view of the Golden Gate Bridge. The wonderfully spacious master bedroom features an upholstered king-sized sleigh bed providing a distinctively residential ambience. The second bedroom features two beds with creamy whites and gold accents. In addition to a half- bath, both bedrooms boast generously sized bathrooms with Jacuzzi tubs and separate showers cabins.
Restaurants and Bars
Club InterContinental Lounge - An oasis within itself, the Club Lounge offers food and beverage offerings throughout the day to complimentary Internet access to late checkout and much more.
Top of the Mark - The legendary sky lounge, famed for its panoramic views, is open for breakfast, lunch, cocktails and light dining daily. On Sundays, a lavish Sunday Brunch is available, and live entertainment lights up the night on select evenings.
|Resort Rating Key|
|Exceptional (Premier property with finest services,
amenities and exquisite surroundings)
|Deluxe (Prime location with outstanding service, elegant accommodations and a wide array of amenities)|
|Good (Tastefully furnished accommodations with
assortment of amenities and services)
|Moderate (Comfortable accommodations with limited
amenities and services)
|Fair (Clean, basic, budget property)|
|Very limited appeal|