The Opposite House Beijing


Expect Avant garde, minimalist interiors. The prices aren’t so minimalist, but perhaps that’s not surprising considering this hotel’s prime position in the centre of Sanlitun. There’s also a rather edgy Spanish-Italian fusion restaurant. One for the wealthy hipsters.

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Right in the heart of Sanlitun, an area which is quickly gentrifying from a string of seedy expat bars into a colossal paradise of shops, excellent restaurants and bars.

Style & character

Entering the Opposite House is like walking into a giant, dimly lit exhibition space which does not appear to be a hotel at all. Very avant grade and very Japanese.

The Inside

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.

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The Outside

Breathtaking 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.

Service & facilities

Since there is no reception desk, you will be gently accosted by a young person dressed in black who will check you in on a portable computer. It’s not as bad as it sounds.

  • Bar
  • Fitness centre
  • Laundry
  • Parking
  • Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Room service
  • Spa
  • Wi-Fi


For a truly relaxing experience, go for a swim in a 22-metre stainless steel swimming pool. With lights dramatically reflecting off the burnished metal walls, relax your mind in the uncluttered ambience.


Whether you are an avid gym enthusiast or a casual gym-goer, our gym caters to any fitness level. Work on your strength with our full range of free weights or get your heart pumping with cardio exercises on our Technogym equipment.

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White sheets, plenty of light, wood everywhere. You could imagine Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie choosing this minimalist decor for one of their homes.

Food & drink

Jing Yaa Tang

Designed by internationally-recognised restaurateur Alan Yau, Jing Yaa Tang presents a selection of 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.

Lower Ground Level, The Opposite House


Enjoy creatively refined dishes bursting with flavours from across the Mediterranean region, prepared to-order in our open kitchen with exclusively sourced, seasonal ingredients. Complete your meal with fine wines from our extensive collection and soak up the atmosphere around our cosy, wood-fired ovens.

Lower Ground Level, The Opposite House

Mesh via The Opposite House

Village Café

Enjoy casual dining throughout the day in a spacious naturally lit setting. Sample international favourites presented with a modern twist.

Level 1, The Opposite House


A city bar with an extensive wine list, highly original cocktails and an eclectic bar menu, Mesh is the place to be. Soak up the atmosphere, recharge after a hard day and simply have some fun while listening to our DJ’s selection of chilled music.

Level 1, The Opposite House

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