The Opposite House
Named for the guest house that sits across from the main house in a traditional Chinese courtyard home is The Opposite House. The hotel is located in Beijing's Sanlitun district surrounded by trendy bars, restaurants and boutiques. The luxury design hotel is set in a cubic structure clad in green glass. Inside is a massive central atrium, loosely divided into distinct semi-public spaces, unapologetically modern in style and geometric in form. It’s kept warm by rich colors and liberal use of natural materials, right down to the guest suites, where even the odd rectangular bathtubs are carved from deeply grained wood. The smallest is not all that small, and the biggest is big indeed - all come equipped with the very latest in high-end design furniture and fittings, along with the occasional weathered wood antique, for personality’s sake. Other room facilities include a flat-screen TV and digital entertainment centre. The hotel has a spa, indoor swimming pool and fitness centre. There is a restaurant serving Mediterranean dishes and a café with international specialties.
• 99 rooms
• Architecture: Kengo Kuma
✅Free on-site parking.
• Beijing CBD: 10-minute drive
• Beijing Central Train Station: 20-minute drive
• Forbidden City: 35-minute drive
• Bejing Capital International Airport: 45-minute drive
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