Located in the heart of Beijing, The Opposite House is a striking luxury hotel that mixes dramatic contemporary style with Chinese traditional designs.
The 99-room hotel complete with four modern, lively restaurant and bars is designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma.
As soon as you arrive, The Opposite House greets you with its striking emerald glass exterior. This color chosen 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.
Breathtaking from the outside and equally stunning within, the design is one of seamless space.
The Opposite 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.
Kuma’s calm yet modern taste in design is reflected throughout The Opposite House. His designs alter the definition of space.
By using minimalization at The Opposite House, he creates seamless flowing space, giving all guests and travellers a sense of tranquility. Nestled in the ancient city of Beijing, The Opposite House’s contemporary aesthetic subtly emits a vibrant yet composed character.
The Atrium of The Opposite House presents itself as a contemporary gallery. They curate all art installations on a quarterly basis, presenting guests with a world of contemporary arts steeped in fresh cultural insights.
Its well-regarded sculpture collection, inspired by the textile-clad façade of the architecture, represents ten of the best Chinese artists of the moment, from Beijing, Hong Kong, Australia and London.
The Opposite House Rooms & Suites
Spacious rooms and suites that evoke luxury and comfort.
Spreading over two spacious floors and a large roof terrace, the Penthouse’s full range of amenities and facilities are sure to meet your every need. Cook up in the pantry kitchen, take a long soak in the deep oak bathtub or daydream by the shallow reflecting pools connecting the indoor and outdoor areas. Have something else in mind? The concierge is only a phone call away.
In a city like Beijing, having that extra bit of space is a true luxury. With generous living and bedroom areas, a dining space, daybeds, a private balcony and a personal Jacuzzi, Studio 115 promises you an experience that is far beyond the ordinary.
An expansive suite of 95 sqm that promises you an extremely comfortable visit. Feast to your heart’s content in the privacy of your dining room or take in the views of the city on the beautifully furnished personal balcony.
Floor to ceiling windows in Studio 70 reveal the full extent of the hotel’s strikingly simple design. A large bathroom, daybed and mood lighting system, all help to make your stay extra-relaxing. Soak in the panoramic view of Beijing or indulge in a range of modern luxuries, including a digital entertainment system, free wireless internet and complimentary mini-bar.
With a clean and uncluttered design, Studio 45 feels spacious and airy, while the natural wood floors add a touch of warmth. And let’s not forget the king size bed fitted with luxurious cotton bed linen (400 threads for those who are counting). Sleep doesn’t come any easier than that.
Restaurants & Bars at The Opposite House
Rediscover your passion for food with tantalizing cuisine and delectable cocktails in the acclaimed restaurants and bar at The Opposite House.
Jin Yaa Tang
Dine on classic dishes cooked to perfection by its team of first-class chefs. The award-wining Jing Yaa Tang presents a selection of internationally-recognised dishes inspired by the famous Beijing roast duck, as well as a wide range of regional favourites across China. Using the finest ingredients and expertly executed, savour authentic Chinese cuisine at its best.
Enjoy creatively refined dishes bursting with flavours from across the Mediterranean region, prepared to-order in its open kitchen with exclusively sourced, seasonal ingredients. Complete your meal with fine wines from the extensive collection and soak up the atmosphere around its cosy, wood-fired ovens.
Enjoy international favourites in a spacious, cosmopolitan setting with a family-friendly vibe. Whether you’re in for a quick pick-me-up or looking for a spot to meet, Village Café offers a little something for everyone.
A city bar with an extensive wine list, highly cocktails and an eclectic bar menu, Mesh is the place to be. It’s definitely the place to recharge after a hard day and simply have some fun while listening to its DJ’s selection of chilled music. This contemporary lounge is the place to see and be seen.
For more information on The Opposite House in Beijing, visit www.theoppositehouse.com.