I've just spent almost three weeks staying at the Opposite House and, I must say, my stay was enjoyable. I've read the negative comments by other one or two other travellers and beg to differ in most respects. I was certainly able to turn out all of the rooms lights from my bed, albeit it did take the first night or two to get the hang of it. But the staff were also VERY cordial and helpful and always trying very hard to make my stay pleasant. The breakfast was very good and room service was reasonable prompt and well presented. Yes, there is the occasional glitch with serving staff in the 1st floor (ground floor) restaurant, mainly forgetting what exactly was ordered, but they are trying hard and just need a little more experience under their belts. They were always smiling and courteous. All in all I enjoyed my stay in a rather unusually designed hotel and would be happy to stay again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Opposite House features 99 luxuriously appointed guest studios designed by the renowned Japanese architect, Kengo Kuma. Designed to provide a sense of space, warmth and comfort, studios start from 45/481 sqm/sqf, which are arguably some of the largest in Beijing. They come fitted with signature wooden floorings and oak tubs. Partnering with well-known Shanghai based Australian restaurateur David Laris and restaurant designers Neri & Hu, we offer an intoxicating blend of restaurants and bars. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Opposite House Hotel Beijing
- The Opposite Hotel
- Opposite Hotel Beijing