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THE OPPOSITE HOUSE

The Opposite House is a striking hotel that puts you in the heart of Beijing life. Designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, the 99-room hotel mixes dramatic contemporary style with Chinese traditional designs and abundant space. Its four modern, lively restaurants and bars are essential destinations in Taikoo Li Sanlitun Beijing.

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CONTEMPORARY ART

The Opposite House introduces new art installations every three months. Exhibitions at The Opposite House are curated by Red Gate Gallery, which is at the forefront of Chinese contemporary art and acknowledged as one of the top galleries in Asia.

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WHY WE LOVE BEIJING


One of the greatest historical cities of China, Beijing is, at the same time, fully embracing the future. With its blend of heritage sites and cutting-edge architecture, traditional arts and trendy hotspots, no city better represents the spirit of modern China.

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The Opposite House: Artist-in-Residence Luke Chiswell

This summer The Opposite House welcomes Australian artist Luke Chiswell as their artist-in-residence. Luke began creating art on his family farm, just an hour outside of Canberra. Honing inspiration from his passion for skateboarding, he...
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“OBJECTS FROM THE VOID” AT THE OPPOSITE HOUSE

“Objects from the Void”, the new installation at The Opposite House is comprised of three sets of sculptures made from stainless steel by Dalian artist, Pan Kai. The works may be viewed at the hotel’s Atrium until January 2015. With…

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WALL STREET JOURNAL ASIA

Hong Kong-based Swire Hotels already has a reputation among travel insiders for design-forward properties such as The Opposite House in Beijing and The Upper House in Hong Kong. Last month it unveiled EAST, a 369-room business hotel in Beijing’s Chaoyang District – but don’t expect the blandness of your typical corporate stay. The hotel’s guest rooms and lobby sport an airy, serene minimalism, while the restaurants come courtesy of the cutting-edge Shanghai outfit Neri & Hu.”

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WHERE WE ARE TODAY!

“We should provide opportunities to new people and encourage new ideas, so that we are open to new directions.”

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THE SKY HAS NO LIMITS

This summer, Dragonair’s First and Business Class menus take on a sophisticated Mediterranean twist through the airline’s latest collaboration with Sureño at The Opposite House in Beijing.

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INTERNATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE

“Perhaps Beijing’s most fashionable hotel, the Opposite House is located in Taikoo Li Sanlitun, a vibrant, open-plan shopping, dining and entertainment destination. The Kengo Kuma-designed hotel’s 99 guest studios include nine spacious suites and a penthouse duplex with a spacious rooftop terrace. Rooms are strikingly simple, with natural wood floors and subtle touches of Chinese décor. ”

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GOURMET TRAVELLER

“This [The Opposite House], you’re thinking, is what hotels should be about. This, you’re thinking, sounds great. All the fun with none of the fluffy valances, ugly paintings, overbearing flunkies or pillow-minting.”

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THE OPPOSITE HOUSE PRESENTS EXCLUSIVE AFTERNOON TEA AT SUREÑO

(Beijing, 25 August 2014) - The Opposite House collaborates with leading British luxury fragrance and lifestyle brand Jo Malone to launch a Peony & Blush Suede inspired Afternoon Tea at Sureño this autumn from 22 September – 24 October 2014...

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THE OPPOSITE HOUSE PRESENTS EXCLUSIVE SET LUNCH AT SUREÑO INSPIRED BY PAUL SMITH’S 2014 AUTUMN/WINTER COLLECTION

(Beijing, 3 November 2014) – The Opposite House collaborates with world renowned British fashion brand Paul Smith to launch a 2014 autumn/winter collection inspired four-course set lunch at Sureño from 3 to 14 November 2014...

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"This was really the pivotal time prior to the opening getting the right people was key."

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THE OPPOSITE HOUSE HOSTS NORLHA POP-UP STORE

(Beijing, 29 January 2015) – The Opposite House is proud to host Norlha pop-up store from 4 February to 8 February. The store is held at the Green Room, located on the lower ground level of the hotel and across from Sureño...

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BAO HOUSE, BEIJING’S FIRST FOOD TRUCK

(Beijing, 19 August 2014) – The Opposite House is excited to introduce BAO HOUSE, the very first food truck in Beijing at the hotel’s north entrance. This playful baozi food truck is fully operated by the hotel team and has taken a modern, international approach on baos and mantous combined with a traditional culinary steaming method...

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The Opposite House Presents: “Sky Mansions” by Ding Hao

A new art installation “Sky Mansions” is currently on display at The Opposite House Beijing.  A graduate of Central Academy of Fine Arts, Ding Hao has gained numerous national recognitions. “Sky Mansions” may be viewed at the hotel’s Atrium from now to the end of March 2017.

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The Mail on Sunday

The very best Peking duck I have ever tasted, along with a fine cup of warming Oolong tea. Ganbei!