Teeming stylishly with all things modern and traditional, The Opposite House in Beijing, China, offers dazzling modern design, unparalleled comfort and excellent service – without all the big-hotel fussiness.
Housed in a stunning, screen-printed emerald green 6-storey building, The Opposite House is an intriguing urban luxury hotel situated in Beijing’s hip Village at Sanlitun where you’ll find an extraordinary mix of the old and new, seamlessly designed into one immeasurable luxury vacation experience.
The 99 creatively designed, spacious rooms, including a penthouse suite spread lavishly over two floors in this 5 star accommodation gives you a pleasantly uncluttered, contemporary feel unlike any other. The Opposite House also has its own club, Punk, a pulsating spot during the weekends.
East meets West here in one of Beijing’s premier open-plan shopping and entertainment districts, making it the perfect chic location for both business and leisure travelers.
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The Opposite House Information
- Location & Getting There
The Opposite House is an intriguing urban luxury hotel situated in the heart of Beijing’s hip village at Sanlitun, a 30-minute drive to the Beijing International Airport.
There are 99 creatively-designed rooms housed in the stunning, screen-printed emerald green 6-storey building. Studios come in 4 different sizes, with the larger two types featuring a personal balcony complete with daybeds and large dining area, and the two largest studios that boasts a private jacuzzi. The Penthouse spreads over two floors, comprising a roof terrace, a fully-equipped kitchen and plenty of indoor and outdoor areas.
- Multi-function space for meetings
- Swimming pool
- Dining: 4 restaurants
The hotel lies just steps from the city’s vibrant shopping and nightlife areas, and is only a 20-minute drive from Tian’anmen Square. Other tourist attractions that are a must-go are the Great Wall, Beijing’s hutongs, Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven and the 798 Art Zone. There are also private cooking classes and communal dinners with wine pairings, as well as bicycles available at the hotel to tour the city.
Children are welcome but there are no specific facilities available.