The Opposite House greets you with its striking emerald glass exterior. This colour, chosen by eminent Japanese architect, Kengo Kuma, conveys serenity and calmness. Its stunning contemporary design is inspired by traditional Chinese wood lattice and reflects the vibrant street life surrounding the hotel.
Breath-taking from the outside and equally stunning within, the design is one of seamless space. The house is a vibrant mix of modern and traditional, at the heart of which is a large central atrium where the conventional boundaries of hotel activities are subtly blurred.
The Opposite House has 98 contemporary Studios and a stunning Penthouse on two floors. Striking open designs, high ceilings and plentiful natural light evoke the feeling of spacious loft living. You'll find abundant use of wood throughout, and under floor heating adds warmth and natural comfort. All Studios feature spa-inspired bathrooms with luxurious deep soaking oak bathtubs and invigorating rain showers. Studios also feature luxury down bedding by Ploh and 400 thread count Egyptian cotton bed linen, exclusive Appelles toiletries, LCD TV and Denon in-room entertainment, French press coffee (Nespresso machines in Studio 95 and above), complimentary mini-bar and wireless internet access, mood lighting system, and more.
Welcome to Beijing's most intriguing collection of restaurants and bars where you'll discover a genuine passion for food. So relax to the chilled tunes of Union, our lounge bar. Chinese restaurant Jing Yaa Tang, specialized in Beijing Roasted Duck and authentic Chinese dishes.
Our gym is fully equipped with free weights, state of the art Technogym equipment and our 22m stainless steel swimming pool offers a different experience when you do your laps - a dramatic interaction of light and metal as you glide through the water. To recharge and rejuvenate, you can try one of our massage treatments or simply relax in the steam room.