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By webadmin | October 28 2009
Stay two consecutive nights at the Opposite House, and get a third night, on the house. This hot 99-room hotel designed by Japanese master architect Kengo Kuma features the largest rooms in Beijing, with over half greater than 750 square feet. The rooms pop with contemporary Chinese décor, natural wood floors and bathrooms with deep oak soak tubs, rain showers and heated floors.
Third Night Free Promotion includes:
-Breakfast for two on weekends
-Access to workout and pool facilities
-Guided cultural walk of Beijing on Saturday
-Complimentary mini-bar and Internet access
-Valid until December 31
Stay two nights at architect/designer Andre Fu’s The Upper House and get the second night free. This intimate new hotel from Swire Hotels is an upward journey from the busy streets of Admiralty to a 6th floor secret garden and 49th floor sky bridge. The Upper House opened October 2nd above Pacific Place, offering 117 of the largest rooms in Hong Kong (starting at 730-sq ft) panoramic views of Victoria Harbor and over 300-sq ft bathrooms with walk-in rain showers and free-standing limestone baths. The Upper House is also home to chef Gray Kunz’s Cafe Gray Deluxe, a 21st century cafe serving modern Euro-classics at the end of a sky bridge.