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The Opposite House is a 20-minute walk from Destination Club, making it an excellent option if you are looking to enjoy the Beijing Gay nightlife. If 20 minutes seems too long for you (or Destination Club too big and pricey), perennial gay favorite Kai Bar is a mere 3 minutes away, ready to tempt you with its ultra-cheap drinks and casual atmosphere.
However, it’s not all about the location. The hotel itself is exceptional, with striking, minimalist design transforming every room and common area into an oasis of understated luxury within the city. The hotel was designed by famous Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, who has brought together contemporary style and Chinese tradition for an overall effect that is equal parts totally unique and deceptively simple.
There are two restaurants, one offering high-quality Chinese cuisine and the other more low-key, cafe-style offerings. The bar, MESH, has a great selection of wines and cocktails and occasionally hosts gay nights. There is also a stunning indoor pool, a steam room, and a state-of-the-art gym.
♥ Beautifully designed
♥ A 20-minute walk or to Destination Club
♥ The indoor stainless steel pool is an incredible spot for a swim