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The Opposite House Collaborates with Art Beijing
(Beijing, 20 April 2016) – Following the previous year’s successful collaboration, The Opposite House is delighted to once again announce its partnership with Art Beijing as the art exhibition’s official hotel partner. To celebrate the hotel’s second year of partnership, an Art Beijing accommodation offer has been created for guests to participate in the highlight of Beijing’s art calendar.
With a VIP preview on 30 April, Art Beijing will be open to the public from 1 to 3 May at the National Agricultural Exhibition Centre, and will cover over 25,000sqm of space consisting of four components – Contemporary, Classic, Design Pavilions and Art Park.
The Art Beijing accommodation offer begins with a private car pick-up anywhere in Beijing. Guests are entitled to the exclusive VIP preview and after party as well as unlimited entry to the three-day art exhibition. Complimentary pick-up and drop-off to the National Agricultural Exhibition Centre will also be available. After a visit at the exhibition, a special dinner for two at Jing Yaa Tang, the hotel’s award-winning Chinese restaurant, awaits.
Daily breakfasts for two are available at Village Café. Complimentary mini-bar, high-speed wireless Internet access and unlimited use of workout and pool facilities are also available for guests to enjoy. To complete the art experience, a drop-off from the hotel will be arranged by the Guest Experience team.
Priced at RMB 4,500 and RMB 6,000 per night for Studio 95 room and Studio 115 room, respectively, our Art Beijing offer is valid for a minimum stay of two nights. Reservation can be booked from now to 3 May by emailing email@example.com or calling +86 10 6410 5000. Prices are subject to 15% service charge.
TSINOVA, a high-tech company committed to changing traditional modes of mobility, has also taken part in this year’s Art Beijing by providing hotel guests with complimentary use of TSINOVA Smart E-bikes. Combining art and technology, the TSINOVA Smart E-bikes have a lightweight design featuring a trapezoid body structure that results in enhanced comfort. The bikes’ intelligent drive system accurately regulates power output based on instantaneous understanding of road conditions and rider intentions.
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