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Reviewed 3 May 2012

Superb design, informal, excellent personal service and great eating places and bars. Just the sort of hotel room you want to come back to and spend time in - has everything you need.

Room Tip: Any of them all excellent
  • Stayed: November 2011, travelled on business
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Thank L B
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Reviewed 2 May 2012

I arrived at the Hotel "the opposite house" Beijing, for 3 nights starting May The 12. I made the reservation via INTERNET. I receive a very noisy room, air conditioning is terribel , the noise from the street is horribel ! The hotel is durty and not well maintained. I decide to leave one day earlier, and they refuse to pay me back the night !! I have paid, but I will never come back in this noisy Hotel !!

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled on business
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Reviewed 30 April 2012

This is definitely a cool place to stay and hang.

Had the pleasure of staying there earlier in the year and while comparisons to the sister property, The Upper House, in Hong Kong are not really justifed due to the significant difference in style and layout of the properties, you do get the feeling of association. Go Swire!

I stayed in January and it was cold in Beijing! Even the staff didnt want to be outside, which affected the quality of the bell service, but other than this I had not complaints about the property.

Funky room design with the timber bathroom layout, great FnB outlets. Particularly the bar at the front of the hotel where excellent beverages are available for consumption! I also noted a great breakfast in the all day dining outlet.

The location is in one of the more happenning areas of Beijing and if it was not so cold I would have had the chance to explore a little further. Next time!

I look forward to the return visit.

Room Tip: Most are a similar layout. I don't think it matters.
  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled on business
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Thank Im_a_travlin_fool
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Reviewed 25 April 2012

Not only is this hotel genuinely stunning to look at, but the service and facilities are up to the same high standard. It's a thoroughly modern design, and it's a pleasure to stay somewhere that is so visually interesting. The art throughout (and the building itself) is provocative and entertaining. This isn't one of those cold trendy designed hotels.
Check in was really seamless. From the way you are welcomed at the door to checking in to your room, it's done with a genuine welcome and warmth. The check in process is all done sitting in the lounge area on a remote tablet screen which makes it feel much more personal and less like a hotel.
The rooms are also highly designed although occasionally the modernness gets in the way of functionality. For example, the bathroom taps look amazingly cool but there's not actually much room to get your hands underneath the running water and no lock on the toilet door made for some embarrassing moments for guests.
Service was consistently exceptional and I appreciated being able to change money without the usual rip off hotel rates - they gave bank rate. Food is also a high standard if pricey. But that goes with the territory. Location in Sanlitun in the middle of The Village is also ideal, if a little bit unreal. It's a fabulous, luxurious place to stay if you like modern design.

Room Tip: Quieter rooms are on the higher floors
  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled on business
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Thank Zebanuck
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Reviewed 22 April 2012

a fun hotel to stay for those of us completely bored with the Westin Financial Street. The art on display is a great feature of this hotel. F+B staff always a little disorganised, but that is a Beijing wide issue. Great GM in Anthony Ross.

  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled on business
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Thank chingsoiwan
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