Starting Rate: $359 Priced recently for May 19 - May 24, 2013
As splendid as when it opened in 1926, Mark Hopkins is one of the citys 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.
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM
Year Opened: 1998
Year Renovated: 01/01/2002
Time Zone: GMT
Tip: With elegant surroundings and excellent service, Acquerello is a real local gem. Be sure to meet GianCarlo, the owner. An upscale classic Italian restaurant. The look is spare, with gleaming silver and delicate crystal glasses contrasting with the b
Tip: Sample live entertainment in the cozy cocktail bar on the mezzanine floor. With its exotic decor and delicious Vietnamese cuisine, Ana Mandara justifies its translated name: 'the beautiful refuge.'
Tip: Ideal for a romantic dinner, Venticello will spoil you with its remarkable fare and friendly service. A roaring fireplace, cable cars passing by outside and great views of the bay make this intimate northern Italian restaurant the quintessential San
Tip: Slightly risque but a fantastic place with outrageous entertainment, tasty food and sweet cocktails. 'Gender illusionists' will serve you exotic cocktails and delicious food in a party atmosphere.
Tip; This venue is part of our Speakeasy Package at the hotel. Contact the Concierge team for more details. Bourbon and Branch is a glimpse back on the 1920's and the era of Prohibition. Experience the ambiance of that time in an actual speakeasy.
Tip: Enjoy cocktails in the jellyfish lounge. A dazzling downtown underwater themed restaurant.
Tip: If you buy one of chef Hubert Keller's 'Top Chef' cook books he will come out and autograph it for you. Exquisite French restaurant five blocks from the hotel. Decor includes an intimate 'tented' dining room and extensive wine list. The service is f
Tip: Enjoy music from SF's top local DJ. Very exclusive but the concierge can get you in. One of a kind ultra cool disco lounge.
Tip: Only one seating available per day, so book early. Concierge can help with reservations. You lie on a bed and dine on your seven course meal while being entertained by jugglers, magicians, singers and fire eaters.
Tip: Serves up some of the best martinis in town. Supper club atmosphere with live jazz every night.
Tip: A short cable car ride on the Hyde Street line. Try the signature crab cakes and oysters. Famous for its view, this is a must. But it can get very busy.
Tip: Has an amazing 500 bottle wine cellar, ranked as one of the best in the city. The 31 year old restaurant, located in the heart of 'little Italy', serves homemade pasta and fresh fish.
Tip: Very popular for its local seafood. They do not take reservations but it is definitely worth the wait. Established in 1849 during the gold rush, it's one of the oldest surviving restaurants in the country.
Just when you think you’ve seen the best of San Francisco’s sights, the Top of the Mark will thrill you all over again. The legendary sky lounge lays the city at your feet with near-360 degree vistas that showcase the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman’s Wharf
Fitness center on-site
Fitness center off-site
Children's program - Babysitting is available. Arrangements can be made through the concierge.
Tip: The California Street Line, which stops directly outside the hotel, is not as crowded as some and offers exciting views. With all the steep hills these are essential. They are usually the same price as a taxi, but for sheer SF entertainment they a
Tip: A good vantage point to watch the ferries, yachts and surfers in the ocean A great place to exercise, picnic or just sunbathe. .
These jaw-dropping steps will equally amaze and challenge you. Rising from the Financial District to Coit Tower, these stairs are impressive for the length, views of San Francisco, the well tended gardens on both sides and the beautiful Art Deco buildings
Come and see the reigning World Series Champions in their beautiful AT & T ballpark. Baseball tickets are availalbe on the Giants website at www.sfgiants.com.
The Alcatraz Tour is the most popular tour in San Francisco! As we approach our hight season, you should purchase tickets well in advance of your stay. This is a self-guided walking tour that takes about 3 and half hours. Tickets can be purchased on thi
Tip: Try going early or late in the day. The Ghirardeli Square side of the wharf is not as crowded. Pier 39 is the number one attraction at Fisherman's Wharf. Filled with restaurants, shops and local entertainers. Very crowded in the afternoons.
The Golden Gate Bridge is a must visit. Drive to the north end of the bridge and stop at the vista point to take in the view of the bridge and the city. If you have time, walk across the bridge southbound to the visitor's center, or visit Fort Point just
Tip: Visit the bistro and bar for a great view of the Pacific Ocean. This historic building has suffered several fires but has been fully rebuilt. The main restaurant is Sutro'se that requires a reservation, but the Bistro and bar do not. The original
Built is 1933, Coit Tower sits atop Telegraph Hill. Dedicated to the firemen of the city and shaped like a fire fighter's hose nozzle, this landmark offers spectacular views of the city and the bay. You will also see some beautiful murals painted by 26
Muir Woods National Monument has giant redwood trees that line the California Coast. Enjoy hiking along the foot trails at the base of the park. If you have enough energy, try the more rigorous hikes up to Mount Tamalpias and enjoy the fabulous views of t
Only a short 10 minute walk away is San Francisco's Chinatown, the largest and oldest in the USA. Enjoy strolling through the giant Torii which marks the entrance into Chinatown at Bush and Grant Avenues. Visit the Fortune Cookie bakery at 56 Ross, also
Golden Gate Park, larger then Central Park in New York. You can explore on foot, on rollerblades or by bike. If you have limited time, you can visit the Conservatory of Flowers, the Arboretum, and a large children's playground. If time permits, try some
A walk along Ocean Beach is lovely, but be sure to bring a jacket. Also, the water is cold year-round, so we don't recommend a swim. Try walking or jogging north from Golden Gate Park to the Cliff House restaurant, where you can enjoy a soothing drink and
The historic ferry terminal is now a mecca for gourmet foodies, food stalls offering everything from artisan cheese to the freshest of local fish, plus a weekly farmers' market along with restuarants and cafes for all to enjoy!
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