Hotel Vue in Beijing is set on the edge of Houhai Lake, overlooking the park district of the Chinese capital. Envisioned by a Sinagpore-based studio, Ministry of Design, eclectic interiors feature different architectural styles and marry Western and traditional cultures. The cluster of 1950s building was redesigned to accommodate a 80-room property. Spaces are geometrical and sculptured, featuring wooden, concrete and glass surfaces alongside a charcoal grey palette.
Among some of the entertainments, one can stop by the tapas restaurant, The Pink Rabbit or a rooftop bar called Moon. Wireframe rabbits or yellow Ming chairs are just some of the interesting elements you will come across in the guestrooms that are also equipped with private balconies and gardens.