Irina Kromayer designs Château Royal hotel to feel “authentic” rather than retro

Interior architect Irina Kromayer has overseen the design of Berlin‘s Château Royal hotel, creating a series of eclectic spaces that reference the heyday of the German capital at the turn of the 20th century.

The 93-room Château Royal is located in the heart of Mitte, on a street parallel to Unter den Linden boulevard and close to the iconic Brandenburg Gate.

Château Royal has 93 rooms (top image) as well as a fireside lounge (above)  

The hotel comprises two buildings dating from 1850 and 1910, as well as a newer building and roof extension designed by David Chipperfield Architects.

The renovation project, led by Kromayer with support from Swiss architect Etienne

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