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Opposite House

Why We Love This Hotel :

History: Santilun area has a culture of its own, and a long-standing reputation as a hub for Beijing's arts crowd. 

Service: Knowledgeable English-speaking hosts are on hand 24/7 to provide assistance or advise travelers about local sites. 

Location: Located on Santilun Street adjacent to Santilun Village complex, it's in a great position for experiencing Beijing's bar scene.

  • OVERVIEW
  • ROOMS
  • FACILITIES
  • DINING

The Opposite House is a boutique establishment designed with leisure travelers in mind. The hotel offers an onsite pool and fitness center for guests, while for spa services, beauty, luxury shopping and more dining options, guests have direct access to the myriad outlets of Santilun Village.



Fitness Center

Guests have the use of the onsite gym, equipped with a range of exercise machines overlooking the pool.

Pool

Opposite House has a stunning indoor pool illuminated under a soaring atrium. This is one of the best areas of the hotel to appreciate Kengo Kuma's immaculate geometric designs.

 
Dining at Opposite House takes place in a variety of modern eye-catching settings. Guests can enjoy regional cuisine, as well as hearty Mediterranean fare and meals from the stone oven.

Mesh

This is Opposite House's sleek and sophisticated cocktail lounge, offering up a wide array of top-notch liquors, wine, beer and gourmet bar snacks.

Sureno

This casually chic Mediterranean restaurant serves up delicious tapas meals, healthy salads, fresh seafood, a wide selection of wines and decadent desserts.

Village Cafe

An airy, light-filled urban cafe offering a wide selection of international dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

 

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• Aman Shanghai
• Amanfayun
• Anantara Xishuangbanna Resort & Spa
• Banyan Tree Hangzhou
• Banyan Tree Lijiang
• Banyan Tree Ringha
• Conrad Beijing
• Fairmont Peace Hotel
• Four Seasons Hangzhou
• Golden Eagle Shangri-la Express
• Jing's Residence
• Li-an Lodge
• Linden Centre
• Mandarin Oriental Sanya
• Norden Camp
• Park Hyatt Beijing
• Park Hyatt Shanghai
• Peninsula Shanghai
• Raffles Beijing Hotel
• Ritz-carlton
• Sanctuary Yangzi Explorer
• Shangri-la Chengdu
• Shangri-la Guilin
• Shangri-la Xian
• Six Senses Qing Cheng
• Sofitel Legend Peoples Grand Hotel Xian
• Songstam Benzilan
• Songstam Meili
• Songstam Shangri-la
• Songstam Tacheng
• The Peninsula Beijing
• The Temple House
• Waldorf Astoria Beijing
• Waldorf Astoria Shanghai On The Bund

 
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Our co-founder & CEO Catherine Heald lived in China for 7 years and returns often. She loves trekking in the rice terraces of Ping An, and hugging baby pandas in Chengdu!
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