Why so chic?
Why travel experts chose this hotel
Only when you book with Chic
The perfect host – tasteful, charming and witty – Sir Savigny and his gorgeous mansion await you with open arms. But whilst the man himself is mere fiction, his refined aesthetic and the hotel's homely vibe remain true, offering a chic and sophisticated base for your stay in Berlin.
In keeping with its charming atmosphere, the staff at Sir Savigny are wonderful and have great recommendations to share. The urban chic décor is cool and contemporary, as are the intricate sketches dotted throughout the rooms.
The hotel hosts a branch of trendy burger joint, The Butchers, which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. If you fancy a break from patties, you’re spoilt for choice on gourmet haunts, cafés, restaurants and eateries nearby.
What we loved...
Sir Savigny was one of the most relaxed hotels I’ve ever stayed in. The vibe was so homely, you felt really comfortable just lounging around doing nothing for hours – a welcome break from fast-paced London life. However, although it was really chilled-out, the design was also on-point throughout – meticulously considered and sleekly executed. From the glossy art books scattered over the dining tables and stacked on the shelves to the artistic headboards in the bedrooms – the hotel really embodied a creative, yet well polished, atmosphere.
- Liz, Chic Retreats Marketing Executive
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Following a recent refurb, the 44 rooms are sexier than ever with cool, grey walls, leather headboards, rich fabrics and designer light fittings. They’re kitted out for a good night’s sleep too, sporting luxe linens and super comfy beds. Bathrooms are compact with the sink in the bedroom, while the showers and loos are tucked behind almost cupboard-like doors. The additional fluffy bathrobes are always a treat and an upgrade to the Suite may even bag you a free-standing tub.
Near to the rather smart Charlottenburg area, the eponymous hotel is set smack-bang on the famous Savignyplatz in City West making it an excellent launchpad for exploring. You’ll want to leave some room in your suitcase too: Kurfürstendamm and its trove of shops are a short walk away.