Oval

Standing on a hill and reached by monorail from the museum, this space has just six guestrooms, featuring a fusion of Setouchi's natural beauty with Ando's architecture. Vast floor-to-ceiling windows in the guestroom offer a sweeping view of the Inland Sea, and the walls of some of the guestrooms are decorated with drawings created by the artists.
* Access to Benesse House Oval is limited to the guests staying in Oval.

Room Types

Oval Twin

The guest rooms have the highest vantage point at Benesse House, looking out on the Inland Sea below.

Oval Twin
Works
ROOM 401:Bernd and Hilla Becher Fachwerkhauser, Siegener Industriegebiet
ROOM 402:Richard Long Untitled
ROOM 405:David Tremlett Wall Drawing at Benesse House 405
ROOM 406:Bernd and Hilla Becher Sechs Wasserturme
Room No.
401-402 / 405-406 (total 4 rooms)
Number of Beds
2 beds
Occupancy
1-2 person(s)
Room Size
30 sqm
Floor plan
ROOM 401-402
ROOM 405-406
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.

Oval Suite

From the expansive windows and spacious terrace, you can take in a fantastic view of the Inland Sea below.The guestrooms feature murals hand-drawn by the artists.

Oval Suite
Works
ROOM 403:Richard Long River Avon Mud Fingerprint Circles
ROOM 404:David Tremlett Wall Drawing at Benesse House 404
Room No.
403-404 (total 2 rooms)
Number of Beds
2 beds (two extra beds can be added)
Occupancy
1-4 person(s)
Room Size
70 sqm
Floor plan
ROOM 403
ROOM 404
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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