Sir Savigny Hotel Berlin
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- This chic hotel is in the popular district of Charlottenburg
- The hotel is five minutes' walk from the famous shopping avenue of Kurfürstendamm
- Schloss Charlottenburg -- the largest palace in Berlin -- is 10 minutes' walk from the hotel
- The Brandenburg Gate is less 25 minutes by S-Bahn train
- The rooms are designed by Amsterdam-based designer Saar Zafrir, and feature an array of materials including "plush velvets and soft leathers" (The Daily Telegraph)
Sir Savigny Hotel Berlin is a boutique hotel based in a former 19th-century tenement building close to Savignyplatz. The Theater des Westens and the Savignyplatz Metro station are only a few steps away from the hotel, while the famous shopping street of Kurfürstendamm is around five minutes' walk away.
Schloss Charlottenburg -- the largest palace in Berlin -- is 10 minutes' walk from the hotel. Checkpoint Charlie, the Reichstag Building and the Berlin Wall are all within 30 minutes' drive of the hotel. The Brandenburg Gate is less 25 minutes by S-Bahn train.
Within the hotel, an arched exposed brick passage covered with German street art leads to the hotel's library from the lobby. The library spills out into a winter garden that features a 360-degree fireplace. There is also a long table where you can enjoy a sociable breakfast with other guests.
The hotel's concept restaurant, The Butcher burger bar, serves Aberdeen Angus burgers from the open kitchen.
The hotel rooms, designed by Amsterdam-based designer Saar Zafrir, are inspired by the 1920s, with vintage rugs and dark-wood furniture. Artwork by local artists and large mirrors hang on the walls and the bathroom features brass fittings. Each room also has a quirky "ring for burger" bell, if you want your food to be delivered.
Wi-Fi is free.