Museum

Located inside the museum, this hotel allows you to stay closest to the artwork. Drawings, paintings, prints, and other works by the artists in our collection are on display in each of the four different styles of guestrooms. The architecture is expansive and open, letting you feel nature all around you even indoors.

Room Types

Museum Twin

These guestrooms have the highest vantage point at Benesse House Museum, offering a view through large windows looking out onto the Inland Sea and the setting sun that varies throughout the year. Drawings, paintings, prints, and other artwork by the artists in our collection decorate each room.

Museum Twin
Works
ROOM 302:Imi Knoebel Grace Kelly I
ROOM 303:Imi Knoebel Grace Kelly I
ROOM 304:Sol LeWITT Complex Form No.3
ROOM 305:Thomas Ruff Stern
Room No.
302-305 (total 4 rooms)
Number of Beds
2 beds
Occupancy
1-2 person(s)
Room Size
27 sqm
Floor plan
Notes
In order to maintain the unique atmosphere of a relaxed stay inside an art museum, Museum and Oval cannot accommodate children who are 5 years-old or younger.

Museum Deluxe Twin

These guestrooms are on the second floor of Benesse House Museum. You can stay as close as possible to the artwork. The guestrooms have large windows facing the Inland Sea with a magnificent view of the sunset that changes with the seasons. These guestrooms also have great ocean view from bathrooms.

Museum Deluxe Twin
Works
ROOM 201:Josef Albers White Line Square X VII, I-Sh
ROOM 202:Cai Guo-Qiang Drawing for Cultural Melting Bath
ROOM 203:Sol LeWitt Forms Derived from a Cube in Color I/II
ROOM 204:Tomas Ruff Stern
Room No.
201-204 (total 4 rooms)
Number of Beds
2 beds (an extra bed can be added)
Occupancy
1-3 person(s)
Room Size
34 sqm
Floor plan
Notes
In order to maintain the unique atmosphere of a relaxed stay inside an art museum, Museum and Oval cannot accommodate children who are 5 years-old or younger.

Museum Family Suite

These comfortable, spacious guestrooms are on the third floor of Benesse House Museum. They are recommended for staying with friends or family.

Museum Family Suite
Works
Tomas Ruff Stern
Room No.
306 (total 1 room)
Number of Beds
4 beds
Occupancy
1-4 person(s)
Room Size
70 sqm
Floor plan
Notes
In order to maintain the unique atmosphere of a relaxed stay inside an art museum, Museum and Oval cannot accommodate children who are 5 years-old or younger.

Museum Suite

These guestrooms on the third floor have the best view in Museum, and in addition to a vista of the Inland Sea and the mountains of Shikoku through the large windows facing to the south and west, you can also get an up-close look at the open-air artwork by artists like Shinro Otake and George Rickey. These guestrooms embody the symbiosis of nature, architecture, and art.

Museum Suite
Works
Jenifer Bartlett Bridge, boat, dog
Room No.
301 (total 1 room)
Number of Beds
2 beds (two extra beds can be added)
Occupancy
1-4 person(s)
Room Size
70 sqm
Floor plan
Notes
In order to maintain the unique atmosphere of a relaxed stay inside an art museum, Museum and Oval cannot accommodate children who are 5 years-old or younger.

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