Berlin’s cultural quarter
Boutique hotel Sir Savigny is based on a fictional bon vivant; clearly, the nobleman is in tune with the modern city, but he’s still got the gleam of old-world decadence in his eye. The hotel’s dark-hued interiors are distinctly contemporary, but they also showcase gold-edged mirrors, art deco chandeliers and green velvet bed-covers – all of which act like a tip of the hat to the city’s indulgent past. The local area, Savignyplatz, is still a firm favourite with Berlin’s literati, which the hotel pays homage to with literary-themed artworks by local artist Katharina Musick. When your appetite for the city's cultural offerings finally gives way to something a little more carnal, you’ll find the remedy at the hotel’s restaurant, the Butcher, which serves up some of the best Aberdeen Angus burgers in town.
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Each guest gets a drink of their choice at The Butcher