Charlottenburg, Berlin, Germany
The historic Hotel Savoy is located in the elegant Charlottenburg neighborhood. This hotel first opened its doors in 1929, and welcomed famous guests from Greta Garbo to Thomas Mann in its grander days. The 125 rooms are large and traditional, with simple bathrooms, free in-room Wi-Fi, coffee machines, and flat-screen TVs, and large work desks. Business-oriented perks include a cigar lounge, several restaurants and bars, and a small fitness center with sauna, plus extensive meeting space with natural light and modern equipment. A color palette of regal red is found throughout this charming hotel, and though some guests complain of thin walls and some tear and wear, service here is still top-notch.