Beach

Located just steps away from the shore, these accommodations are the closest to the beach at Benesse House, with suite-style guestrooms only. Surrounded by the sound of gently lapping waves, the sightlines from the guestrooms match the surface of the Inland Sea, creating the impression that you are floating on the sea. These spacious and airy guestrooms are perfect for families.

Room Types

Beach Suite

Located right next to the Inland Sea, these spacious rooms allow you to enjoy the view of the Inland Sea outside your window, and they are perfect for staying with family or friends. Two semi-double beds are provided.

Beach Suite
Room No.
1F 2101-2104 / 2F 2202-2203 (total 6 rooms)
Number of Beds
2 beds (a sofa bed is available to accommodate extra guests)
Occupancy
1-3 person(s)
Room Size
61 sqm
Floor plan
Notes
Children who are 5 years-old or younger are not included in the number of guests per room. (They may share a bed with a family member.)

Beach Suite Double

Located right next to the Inland Sea, these spacious rooms allow you to enjoy the view of the Inland Sea outside your window, and they are perfect for staying together with the people close to you. They also offer convenient access to nearby restaurants and shops.
*Guest staying in Room 2201 will be able to enjoy newly created site-specific commission work Dreaming Naoshima by Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller.

Beach Suite Double
Works
・ROOM 2201: Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller
 Dreaming Naoshima(Courtesy of Gallery Koyanagi)
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Janet Cardiff listening to artwork in Room 2201.

・ROOM 2204: Lee Ufan From a Revelation
Room No.
2F 2201 / 2204 (total 2 rooms)
Number of Beds
1 king bed
Occupancy
1-2 person(s)
Room Size
61 sqm
Floor plan
Notes
Beach Suite Double cannot accommodate children who are 5 years-old or younger.
*The main feature of artwork in Room 2201 is audio, which can be listened to through headphones.

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