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Embracing the modernity and simplicity of the hotel’s design, the bathrooms at The Opposite House Beijing are open, with a sheer curtain separating them from the main living area, and a glass partition covered by another sheer curtain separating it from the bedroom. The fixtures are mostly wooden, including the bathtub, which is surprisingly more comfortable than it looks — a heavy dose of the bath salts helps make it a super-relaxing experience. The double vanity sinks have plenty of counter space between them, so feel free to spread out your amenities. But the real highlight of the bathroom is not the separate water closet that’s closed off with a wooden door — we really love the shower. It has powerful, waterfall-like pressure and wooden floors with two walls of the same gray slate found in the bedroom — a hot shower at this Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel will transport you to another time and place.