Provocateur

Rooms 58   Architecture Baranowitz Kronenberg Architecture   Interior Design Saar Zafrir
The Original Alex Urseanu, Micky Rosen, Liran Wizman

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58
Architecture
Baranowitz Kronenberg Architecture
Interior
Design Saar Zafrir
The Original Alex Urseanu, Micky Rosen, Liran Wizman
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Provocateur Bed in Berlin
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Provocateur Collage in Berlin
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—The glamour of 1920s Paris gets a burlesque, Berlin-style makeover while fusion cuisine and a new “it” bar attract connoisseurs from near and far.

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    Rooms 58 /Architecture Baranowitz Kronenberg Architecture /Interior Design Saar Zafrir /The Original Alex Urseanu, Micky Rosen, Liran Wizman

    Just off Berlin’s Kurfürstendamm shopping street in the Charlottenburg district, a new opening from the team behind Roomers Frankfurt seduces guests with fusion cuisine, 58 lavish rooms, and an award-winning bar concept. Provocateur plays host to a Chinese-French restaurant headed by the nationally renowned Duc Ngo—the man behind such establishments as moriki Frankfurt and Madame Ngo Berlin—offering modern Chinese cuisine with a French flare, while sumptuous beds and the bar’s menu of classic cocktails with a provocative twist enable guests to adhere to the hotel’s mantra of “stay up all night and sleep all day.” The interiors mix 1920s Paris with the urban Berlin of today—think twinkling chandeliers, low lighting, contemporary artworks, and velvet curtains—while the building is a perfect picture of the modern-style Art Nouveau architecture that prevails in this exciting neighborhood. Much like the low-lit booths of the basement event space and bar, the hotel exudes a mysterious personality that’s dressed up in its finest attire. Encapsulating its prevailing character of mystery and sensuality, the hotel offers up its exclusive “Provocateur Mode”, a multisensory in-room experience that goes well with Champagne and dimmed chandeliers. 

    Nearest Airport
    TXL - Flughafen Berlin-Tegel
    Food & Drink
    Restaurant, Bar, Lounge, Nightclub
    Internet
    Complimentary WiFi

    Rooms & Suites

    The hotel’s 58 guestrooms vary from the 15-square-meter Petite room to the 32- to 42-square-meter De Luxe room. The Petite room, the 20-square-meter Intime room, and the 25-square-meter Classic room all offer a queen-size bed, and a private bar can be found in the latter two. The 30-square-meter Supérieur room features either a king-size bed or a queen-size bed and a balcony, while the De Luxe room has a claw-foot bathtub in the living room as well as boasting a king- or queen-size bed.

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    ARCHITECTURE

    TSSB ARCHITEKTEN INGENIEURE

    Typical of Berlin’s western Charlottenburg neighborhood, the 1911 building that houses Provocateur is a picture of modern-style Art Nouveau architecture as originally designed by Wilhelm Gutzeit. The structure was first used as a residential building, but after World War II it was converted into a hotel. Its stern façade has been recently renovated by TSSB architekten ingenieure, as has many original interior elements—such as the original elevator—in an attempt to reanimate the building’s classic personality.

    Stock broker-turned-interior designer Saar Zafrir is responsible for much of the furniture, including chairs, cabinets, side tables, and “golden boxes”, while a color scheme of dark-red, petrol-blue, black, and brass runs throughout. Artwork from local talents and internationally recognized names is prominently displayed around the hotel.

    INTERIOR DESIGN

    SAAR ZAFRIR DESIGN

    Spanning cities and eras, the interior design takes inspiration from 1920s Paris and the Berlin of today. While original stucco elements, marble, brass, and fishbone parquet flooring spell elegance, velvets and an overall burlesque-inspired aesthetic—complete with dim chandeliers—add a more playful touch.

    INTERIOR DESIGN
    SAAR ZAFRIR DESIGN

    Spanning cities and eras, the interior design takes inspiration from 1920s Paris and the Berlin of today. While original stucco elements, marble, brass, and fishbone parquet flooring spell elegance, velvets and an overall burlesque-inspired aesthetic—complete with dim chandeliers—add a more playful touch.

    Stock broker-turned-interior designer Saar Zafrir is responsible for much of the furniture, including chairs, cabinets, side tables, and “golden boxes”, while a color scheme of dark-red, petrol-blue, black, and brass runs throughout. Artwork from local talents and internationally recognized names is prominently displayed around the hotel.

    Micky Rosen & Alex Urseanu

    Micky Rosen and Alex Urseanu have set an aesthetic and entrepreneurial benchmark in their native Frankfurt. They are known for transforming underused spaces into irresistible hotspots. Consummate locals and the ultimate hoteliers, the three have joined forces to create Berlin’s Provocateur.

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    MADE BY ORIGINALS

    Liran Wizman

    Liran Wizman is the visionary behind Amsterdam’s Sir Albert, which has given rise to iconic Sir properties across Europe.

    MADE BY ORIGINALS
    Liran Wizman

    Liran Wizman is the visionary behind Amsterdam’s Sir Albert, which has given rise to iconic Sir properties across Europe.

    Micky Rosen & Alex Urseanu

    Micky Rosen and Alex Urseanu have set an aesthetic and entrepreneurial benchmark in their native Frankfurt. They are known for transforming underused spaces into irresistible hotspots. Consummate locals and the ultimate hoteliers, the three have joined forces to create Berlin’s Provocateur.

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