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The Temple House in Chengdu Opens

23 July 2015

By Natalie White

Located in the heart of the city, within the Sino-Ocean Taikoo Li Chengdu, The Temple House hotel jointly developed by Swire Properties and Sino-Ocean Land officially opened on 18 July, and follows the former's successful launch of The Opposite House in Beijing and The Upper House in Hong Kong.

Designed by internationally-renowned architects Make Architects, the 100-room hotel and its 42 adjoining serviced apartments form an integral part of the city government's conservation project to preserve the surrounding traditional courtyards next to the thousand-year-old Daci Temple.

The three-dimensional woven façade combines modern design with the traditional Chengdu architectural elements of timber, brick and step stones.

Elegant bamboo trees frame the hotel’s entrance, which is set in a beautifully restored hundred-year-old Chinese courtyard building first built in the Qing Dynasty.

Although Chinese Emperors have previously stayed at the Daci Temple, The Temple House evokes the modest houses provided for scholars who came from different parts of the world to study at the Temple.

The Temple House offers a dynamic collection of outlets stylishly designed by AvroKo, which includes The Temple Café - the all-day dining restaurant, Tivano – an authentic Italian restaurant and Jing Bar featuring live DJs.

Nestled in the renovated Chinese courtyard which was built nearly one hundred years ago, SPA Mi Xun is an urban oasis to unwind and relax.

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