The Opposite House

A place of contrast and an intriguing mix of old and new, the Opposite House pays tribute to Beijing, and ancient city that alive in both its history and modernity. The hotel is a work of art, minimalist in design yet intentionally so, to emphasize tranquility and a balance of forces.

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Designed by renowned Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, the hotel, along with its 99 guest suite and two-level penthouse, blend a warm color palette with modern furnishings to create an atmosphere that is both welcoming and sophisticated. Guests can enjoy natural wooden floors, king size down beds, and deluxe spa bathrooms and indulge in the Mediterranean, Asian, or International cuisine available in the hotels three delectable restaurants. There is also a gym, pool, art gallery, and city tours by way of exotic sports cars.

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