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With its bold presence in Amsterdam’s A’DAM Tower, Sir Adam resonates with the vibrant energy of the building’s present occupants, including MassiveMusic, ID&T and Gibson. It’s just behind the city’s Central Station and overlooks the IJ River. Make sure to check out the rooftop for 360-degree views of the city.
Right in the heart of Amsterdam’s De Pijp district, within walking distance of Museum Square and just down the street from the famous Albert Cuyp Market, Sir Albert is a sophisticated destination for culture vultures.
Situated in Charlottenburg, Berlin’s literary quarter, in a building constructed in 1893, Sir Savigny is ideal for those seeking out inspired culture and eclectic style. We know you’ll find it at the nearby Paris Bar, Stilwerk, Büchurerbogen and Kufürstendamm.
Set just off of Passeig de Gràcia—Barcelona’s grand, humming shopping boulevard—and a few doors down from Gaudí’s masterpiece Casa Milà, Sir Victor reflects and amplifies the vibrant, creative spirit of the city. With 91 impeccable guest rooms, incredible city views, a luxe spa, lively restaurant, rooftop pool and numerous meeting spaces, it’s a rendez-vous spot for visitors and locals alike.
If charming canals and historic churches are your thing, Sir Nikolai is your thing, too. The hotel, a seven-story Kontorhaus that used to be a seed warehouse, has a prime location in Hamburg’s Old Town on the gorgeous Nikolaifleet canal, steps from Sankt Katharinen, the Elbphilharmonie, Deichtorhallen and HafenCity.
Situated prominently in the center of Ibiza, Sir Joan is an intimate retreat that reflects the island’s vibrant culture and sensuality. This free-spirited yet modern hotel embraces any and all—from party hoppers to bohemian recluses.