THE OPPOSITE HOUSE BEIJING, CHINA
Situated at Taikoo Li Sanlitun, The Opposite House is designed by the eminent Japanese architect, Kengo Kuma. Its contemporary style and abundant space perfectly complement the refreshing and individual service. There are 99 large studios ranging from 45 sqm to 115 sqm including a two-level penthouse with roof terrace. Uncluttered and contemporary, yet with subtle touches of traditional Chinese décor, they are designed to provide a sense of space, warmth and above all, comfort. The hotel also feature a 22m stainless steel swimming pool and fitness facilities. From the Mediterranean tastes of Sureño to favourite classics from different regions in China at Jing Yaa Tang including the Beijing Roast Duck to international favourites at The Village Café to signature cocktails at Mesh, all restaurants and bars are hot Beijing destinations in their own right. To help you stay connected, the hotel offers complimentary WiFi throughout the hotel.
Jing Yaa Tang
A collaboration with London-based restaurateur Alan Yau. A new restaurant concept that celebrates Beijing roast duck at its heart with a menu extending to a wide range of favourite dishes from different regions across China.
A wood fired oven and open kitchen evoke the casual style of the Mediterranean with menus drawing on the freshest ingredients of Southern Europe.
A spacious and naturally lit setting, offering casual dining throughout the day with a contemporary interpretation of international favourites.
Building 1 No 11 Sanlitun Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China