Sir Albert Hotel

Sir Albert is a luxury boutique hotel in Amsterdam facing one of Amsterdam’s legendary canals. It was once a diamond factory, and that heritage can be seen reflected in every room.

With high ceilings and big windows, the building stays true to its history, but keeps contemporary with interiors by the international award-winning BK Architects. Staying at Sir Albert Boutique Hotel Amsterdam should feel like being a guest in a deluxe private mansion. That means the Sir Albert staff strive to provide every guest with a level of service that’s both personal and faultlessly professional, even

more than you can expect from every other 4 star design hotel in Amsterdam. Sample Sir Albert Boutique Hotel first-hand by staying in one of his 90 guest rooms and suites. This makes Sir Albert a unique luxury boutique hotel in Amsterdam.

Sir Albert offers a reposeful retreat, conveniently situated for both cultural and hedonistic pursuits
The Telegraph UK

Izayaka Asian Kitchen & Bar

IZAKAYA, a culinary hotspot in Amsterdam, has taken traditional Japanese dining experience to a higher level. In the middle of the vibrant area “De Pijp” at the well-known Albert Cuypstraat and minutes away from the Museum quarter you find IZAKAYA. Located at the foot of the chic Sir Albert boutique it offers pure relaxations and indulgence.

Sir Adam Hotel

Sir Adam’s main entrance is steps away from the Central Station ferry and sits upon a broad riverside terrace, as well as a bike path. There, Sir Adam’s mobile bar will serve outdoor guests from sun up to sundown. Inside, ICRAVE envisioned a ‘living lobby’ as a vibrantly curated, event-ready space that is as much for the community as it is for guests.

The living lobby will be known as The Butcher Social Club – the latest outpost of the Butcher brand – a staple in the Amsterdam food and nightlife scene. The space is adorned with eclectic lounge areas, game tables, swing seats, a two-story living green wall, original murals and artwork.

On the mezzanine overlooking The Butcher Social Club, Sir Adam welcomes his guests at The Hub, a 

curated check-in and retail experience that showcases unique products made by Amsterdam creatives, and eclectic gear for music junkies. The check-in console has been designed as a lenticular sculpture that graphically changes as guests move around it. Also on the mezzanine - guests can listen to Sir Adam’s favourite sounds in The Music Library, featuring a curated collection of new and exclusive tracks all accessible by Bluetooth. 

A spiral staircase connects the mezzanine to the roof, home of The BeerGarden and The Deck. The garden roof features a variety of Amsterdam’s best beverages amidst seasonal sculptures, landscaping, and unparalleled panoramic views of the city’s centre.

An iconic development in the heart of Amsterdam
JLG Real Estate

A’DAM Tower

Sir Adam will be situated in the big tower behind Amsterdam’s Central Station, and beside the spaceship-like EYE Film Institute. A building of 22 stories, with many more to tell. In April 2016, you will be able to see the breath-taking 360° view from the observation deck on the top of the tower.


Sir Savigny Hotel

Sir Savigny is a cosmopolitan. Broadminded and noble, through and through. Being a guest at his retreat in Berlin is a game-changing experience. Staying at his urban retreat is like living at a best friend’s place, experiencing a good night’s sleep in one of his 44 urban luxury guest rooms.

Sir Savigny breathes a creative spirit into the hip heart of the old West. His luxury boutique hotel is a gateway to Berlin’s upscale Charlottenburg area, situated directly on the famous Savignyplatz in the City West’s vibrant Art Nouveau district, with-in walking distance from the legendary Kurfürstendamm, Berlin’s shopping oasis. Sir Savigny himself is a cultivated yet witty cosmopolitan culinary host for lifestyle travellers, locals and neighbours. 

He created the most welcoming environment with his stylish-yet-entirely-casual approach to design. Sir Savigny welcomes you in his kitchen where you can discuss the aesthetics of Fassbinder at his kitchen table, while sipping a Manhattan and enjoying a bloody delicious burger from his in-house kitchen, The Butcher.