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3+1Bedrooms

The brainchild of Malaysian restaurateur Cho Chong Gee, this property situated in a 400-year-old siheyuan has, as its name suggest, only three guest rooms and one suite.
ADDRESS
17 Zhangwang Hutong, off Jiu Gulou Dajie, Beijing, China

The Overview

The brainchild of Malaysian restaurateur Cho Chong Gee, this property situated in a 400-year-old siheyuan has, as its name suggest, only three guest rooms and one suite. The rooms' rigorous minimalism—nearly all-white interiors with little décor—belies modern comforts such as 400-count sheets, iPods and Wi-Fi. All four also boast private courtyards, while the suite and one of the deluxe rooms have rooftop terraces where you can observe the daily rhythms of life in a hutong. (There's a larger terrace that all guests have access to.) Better yet, three of Cho's other establishments—the Southeast Asia–inspired Café Sambal, Bed Bar and the plain-chic Paper restaurant—are all within walking distance from the hotel.

Tel:
+86 10 6404 7030

Website:
3plus1bedrooms.com

 

Published on Sep 10, 2010

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