The Opposite House
The Opposite House, Beijing, China
This ultra-stylish hotel is the new centre of gravity for fashion in the capital.
Designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma this striking new hotel is the place to come to see and be seen, with the vibant Sanlitun street - Beijing's "Embassy Row" - next door.
The rooms are full of clean lines, natural wood and Egyptian cotton linen and are complemented by a spa and pool. The hotel has two superb restaurants - Sureno and Bei, inspired by Mediterranean and East Asian cuisine respectively.
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