The very special Provocateur Hotel in Berlin-Wilmersdorf clearly focuses on sensuality. The detailed and clearly glamorous concept of the interior design was created by the Amsterdam designer Saar Zafrir, who sets his own accents. There is no classic lobby. Instead, the guest immediately enters a kind of large elegant living room with bar, restaurant, and seductive corners and niches.
The hotel is a member of Design Hotels and consciously reminds of the Paris of the Golden 20s. There is actually an authentic elevator from the year 1912, which brings the guests not only to the desired floor, but felt into another period of time. With a lot of velvet and charm, the salon culture of the twenties comes alive again and meets the energy of modern, urban Berlin. The 58 rooms and suites are each individually and glamorously furnished. Dark natural stone, seductive velvet fabrics and radiantly beautiful lighting elements give the rooms their extraordinary flair.
In the hotel's own restaurant Golden Phoenix, chef de cuisine The Duc Ngo, spoils every gourmet heart with his Franco-Chinese creations and first-class wines. The Provocateur Bar offers the perfect conclusion to a day full of pleasure with special cocktail creations with flavours from East Asia and the South Pacific. Conclusion: The Provocateur is the perfect hotel for a night in a burlesque atmosphere, far away from reality.