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Among the bookshops and cafés of Savignyplatz in Berlin’s Charlottenburg district, Sir Savigny is a perfect gateway to a reinvigorated neighborhood. Creativity permeates the 44-room boutique property, with its library abutting The Kitchen, rotating art exhibitions, and convivial communal table. To satisfy earthier appetites, The Butcher serves top-notch Angus beef—also available via a dial-a-burger button in the guestrooms—while the hotel’s interiors abound with alluring contrast: cool metals glint against calfskin and wood; Art Nouveau mingles with midcentury modern; and tradition comes into artful contact with on-trend contemporary accents.
MADE BY ORIGINALS
For Sir Albert, adopted Amsterdammers Liran Wizman and Bram Van Der Hoek developed a unique concept in terms of storytelling, authenticity, and design. The duo, from Israel and the south of Holland respectively, believe guests want more than just a souvenir, but seek emotional memories and authentic experiences. Having worked together after Wizman bought Park Hotel Amsterdam, which Van der Hoek was managing, they realized they had the same attitude, style ideas, and work ethic. The pair have already opened a sister hotel in Berlin, and are currently working on further expanding the SIR luxury boutique hotel brand to other cities.
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
A collaborative project between Baranowitz + Kronenberg Architecture and Saar Zafrir, the hotel is a showcase of architectural and design synergy. The Art Nouveau building that houses Sir Savigny also features modern elements, while guestrooms and communal spaces are decked out with local and literature-inspired artworks, vintage rugs, and bespoke furniture.