The Opposite House Beijing China

The Opposite House is an intriguing urban hotel, designed by eminent Japanese architect, Kengo Kuma.

Located in the heart of Sanlitun Entertainment District in Beijing, The Opposite House is beyond any conventional 5-star hotel. Its contemporary style and abundant space perfectly compliment the refreshingly individual service. All of which go towards making this hotel a relaxing and unique experience, a place where the guests feel special.

It is an intriguing urban hotel designed by eminent Japanese architect, Kengo Kuma. Its contemporary style and abundant space perfectly compliment the refreshingly individual service. All of which go towards making this hotel a relaxing and unique experience.

 There are 98 large studios ranging from 45m to 115m including 9 spacious suites and a penthouse duplex with an exclusive 240m roof terrace. Uncluttered and contemporary, yet with subtle touches of traditional Chinese décor, they are designed to provide a sense of space, warmth and above all, comfort. Each room comes with natural wooden floors, king size bed and the most luxurious spa inspired bathrooms.

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Leisure facilities include a gym featuring technogym equipment, a 22-metre stainless steel swimming pool and two massage treatment rooms. Catering is available from the hotel’s two restaurants, Sureno and Jing Yaa Tang.

The recently unveiled space for meetings and events “Bei Space” covers 180m² and comes fitted with a moveable projector, overhead screens and state-of-the-art sound system. The new function space is suitable for press conferences, banquets, cocktail parties, fashion previews, meetings, conferences and corporate training.

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The Opposite House is part of Swire Hotels

Condé Nast Traveller – Gold List – 2012
Condé Nast Traveler – Hot List Hotel – 2009
Condé Nast Traveler – Hot List Tables, bei – 2009
DestinAsian – Luxe List – 2008
Australian Gourmet Traveler – Best of the Best, Top 30 New Hotels – April 2009
National Geographic Traveler, China – Gold List, Best Designed Hotel – 2009
Time Out (English Edition), Beijing
Sureño: Best New Restaurant of the Year
Sureño: Best Service Restaurant of the Year
Bei: Most Innovative Cuisine
Bei: 1st Runner Up for Best Design

The Opposite House Beijing China
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Pros
Art gallery like atmosphere Close to luxury shopping and dining
Cons
Getting out of the Sanlitun area, traffic can be bad.
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Walking into the Opposite House was like stepping into an art gallery. This luxury hotel was amazing and the staff speaks very good English. The restaurants are also above par with the best food. The experience of having Jing Yaa Tang's roast duck for lunch is a must! Overall The Opposite house is one of the best places to stay while in Beijing.
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