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Sustainability

A GREENER FUTURE STARTS NOW

Sustainability starts with our people. Each and every one of us goes to extraordinary lengths to minimise our carbon footprint while crafting more eco-friendly experiences for you.

Sustainability starts with our people. Each and every one of us goes to extraordinary lengths to minimise our carbon footprint while crafting more eco-friendly experiences for you.

Eco-Friendly by Design

One of Beijing's first environmentally conscious buildings, The Opposite House takes advantage of natural light and features locally sourced reclaimed materials throughout, such as the hardwood floors. Check-in and check-out is purposefully paperless and we hope you'll explore the city using our custom bamboo bicycles.

Eco-Friendly by Design

One of Beijing's first environmentally conscious buildings, The Opposite House takes advantage of natural light and features locally sourced reclaimed materials throughout, such as the hardwood floors. Check-in and check-out is purposefully paperless and we hope you'll explore the city using our custom bamboo bicycles.

Making Responsible Choices

We are always seeking out new ways to recycle and minimise waste. Our team has shifted to using more biodegradable materials for items such as garbage bags, while all leftover soaps are donated to Soap Cycling, an organisation which works with WASH charities across Asia to recycle and redistribute soap to underprivileged communities who need it most.

Making Responsible Choices

We are always seeking out new ways to recycle and minimise waste. Our team has shifted to using more biodegradable materials for items such as garbage bags, while all leftover soaps are donated to Soap Cycling, an organisation which works with WASH charities across Asia to recycle and redistribute soap to underprivileged communities who need it most.

Art Meets Sustainability

We partnered with Melbourne-based artist Lisa Roet and Asialink Arts/Global Arts Projects to present Skywalker, a thought-provoking bio-sustainable installation accompanied by a month-long programme of eco-themed events and discussions. Over 200 guests came together during Earth Hour to pedal 20 Mobikes and generate the power to inflate and illuminate Skywalker.

Art Meets Sustainability

We partnered with Melbourne-based artist Lisa Roet and Asialink Arts/Global Arts Projects to present Skywalker, a thought-provoking bio-sustainable installation accompanied by a month-long programme of eco-themed events and discussions. Over 200 guests came together during Earth Hour to pedal 20 Mobikes and generate the power to inflate and illuminate Skywalker.