The Intercontinental Mark Hopkins hotel is quite a local legacy with grand architectural style. It houses an impressive top floor lounge, called Top of the Mark, with sweeping views of San Francisco and a classic Fog Martini cocktail.
InterContinental Mark Hopkins is a landmark Nob Hill destination with breathtaking views of the Bay, the City and The Golden Gate Bridge. As splendid as when it opened in 1926, Mark Hopkins is one of the city’s finest historic San Francisco Luxury Hotels. It is ideally located at the crossing of three cable car lines, just minutes from Union Square. Each suite is furnished in a unique, stately style.
The 19th floor penthouse suite was converted in 1939 into the glass-wall Top of the Mark restaurant cocktail lounge, that became the most popular spot in San Francisco when it opened. The lounge still attracts major crowds, so do come early to grab the perfect spot and enjoy an unforgettable sunrise in San Francisco. The lounge opens at 4:30 pm every day. Fitness Center, Business Center, High Speed Wi-Fi, Cocktail Lounge, Restaurant, Lobby Waiting Lounge, Concierge Services, Pets allowed under 25 lbs.
Things to do nearby
Marvel at the grand architecture of Grace Cathedral. Grab lunch at Nob Hill Cafe, serving Tuscan pastas and pizzas. Nob Hill Spa is right there across the street from Grace Cathedral, you can leave the rest of sight seeing for the next and just relax.For dinner, there are quite a few outstanding options – Big Four Restaurant located at the Scarlet Huntington hotel, Keiko a Nob Hill is a perfect Michelin Star experience serving French and American cuisine. If you don’t mind a short walk in the direction of Chinatown, Mr. Jiu’s will be quite a treat! For an excellent cocktail and beer experience check out the following spots – Hopwater Distribution, Rye, Rickhouse, Benjamin Cooper, Bourbon & Branch (call ahead to make a reservation), The Treasury.