The Opposite House in Beijing, China

May 13, 2010 by

The Opposite House in Beijing, China

The Opposite House is a 99-room, 5-star, modern luxury boutique hotel in Beijing, China. Situated in Sanlitun Village, in the heart of vibrant and bustling Beijing, it is the perfect location for both business and leisure travelers. Designed by renowned Japanese architect, Kengo Kuma, The Opposite House is an oasis in the mega city of Beijing and showcases the best of Asian design, art and architecture.

The Opposite House in Beijing, China

The outside of The Opposite House features a stunning contemporary design of emerald-colored glass, while inside it is a striking mix of modern and traditional which is showcased in the large central atrium.

The Opposite House in Beijing, China

Accommodations at The Opposite House come by way of 98 contemporary studios and a two-floor Penthouse. The studios are classified as Creative Space, Studio 45, Studio 70, Studio 95 and Studio 115. The Creative Space Suites are stylish contemporary rooms with high ceilings and large windows for a loft-like feeling.

The Opposite House in Beijing, China

Studio 45 Suites are large, modern suites with a soft natural tones and woods for a light, clean and spacious feeling. From the King-size bed with Egyptian cotton sheets, to the comfortable sofa and contemporary writing desk, these Suites are perfect for relaxing and getting work done, if you have absolutely have to.

Studio 70 Suites are large, modern suites that offer a simple yet stylish room design, with a large bathroom, daybed and mood lighting system.

The Opposite House in Beijing, China

The Opposite House in Beijing, China

The Opposite House in Beijing, China

The Opposite House in Beijing, China

Studio 95 Suites are more like an apartment that a hotel suite. The spacious living area includes a seperate dining area, private balcony (with two day beds and views of the city) and large luxurious bathroom.

The Opposite House in Beijing, China

The Opposite House in Beijing, China

Studio 115 Suites are two very large Suites in The Opposite House, one of which comes with a private balcony and the other a personal jacuzzi. Large, open living areas and a huge bathroom give you all the comforts you’ll need to relax after a day in the hectic city of Beijing.

The Penthouse Suite is a spread over to floors and features a large roof terrace, perfect for a romantic evening or for entertaining a large party of guests. The Penthouse features exquisite contemporary furnishings and makes extensive use of bamboo and other regional woods for a warm, luxurious and welcoming feeling.

Dining at The Opposite House is a myriad of gastronomical delights, offered through 6 very different dining experiences. Sureno is a Mediterranean restuarant offering dishes from the finest fresh ingredients and features a central wood-burning oven that provides an authentic atmosphere.

Bei is a Asian Restaurant, with a vibrant menu of dishes from North China, Korea & Japan.

Punk is The Opposite House’s late night Lounge Bar and Nightclub, featuring the best of the region’s DJs and a range of musical tastes.

Mesh is a contemporary lounge and cocktail bar, that provides a chic atmosphere and offers an eclectic bar menu, that includes a range of exclusive wines and exquisite cocktails.

Village Cafe is a cosmopolitan cafe that offers guests a casual dining experience that has an exciting international menu that is anything but casual on the tastebuds, with dishes such as Grilled Shark Burger on Turkish Bread.

The Opposite House offers private dining rooms, for guests requiring a more intimate or private dining experience. Guests are able to tailor the menu from the offerings of Bei, Sureno and Village Cafe. Guests can also tailor the lighting and music to suit their tastes.

A stylish and serene atmosphere in the heart of hectic Beijing, The Opposite House offers a relaxing and chic hotel experience combined with service excellence. One of the best designed hotels anywhere in the world, it is a must-stay experience for the ChicTraveler.

Hotel Amenities:

  • CD player
  • Premium bedding
  • Climate control
  • Air conditioning
  • Complimentary newspaper
  • Free local calls
  • Voice mail
  • Complimentary bottled water
  • Minibar
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Housekeeping
  • Turndown service
  • Designer toiletries
  • Bathrobes
  • Hair dryer
  • Bathroom phone
  • Bidet
  • Handheld shower
  • In-room massage available
  • Slippers
  • Separate bathtub and shower
  • LCD television
  • Flat-panel television
  • Electronic check-out
  • Electronic/magnetic keys
  • DVD player
  • Desk
  • Clock radio
  • Sofa bed
  • Blackout drapes/curtains
  • Wireless high-speed Internet access (complimentary)
  • Wired high-speed Internet access (complimentary)
  • Cable television service
  • Remote lighting/drapery/curtain control
  • In-room safe (accommodates laptop)
  • Double sink
  • Accessible path of travel
  • Accessible bathroom
  • Roll-in shower
  • Handicapped parking
  • In-room accessibility

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