This hotel in Beijing is a mix of Western and traditional styles. The project was envisioned by the Singapore-based studio, Ministry of Sound and is a redesign of a cluster of 1950s building into an 80-room property. The design of the space incorporates wooden, concrete and glass surfaces and a charcoal gray palette. There are plenty of things to see and add a sense of whimsy and quirkiness to the hotel including wire frame rabbits and accents of yellow. The rooms are all equipped with private balconies and beautiful gardens for a personal oasis. Once you’re there, make sure to try out The Pink Rabbit, a tapas restaurant, and Moon, a rooftop bar for late-night drinks and food.
Source: Ministry of Design