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Hotel Hokke Club Hiroshima
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"The hotel was great. The room was just normal, no view, two beds, a desk and a small bathroom with a bathtub, nothing spectacular or that would explain the high price (for me), but the bed was really comfy, the public bath in the 2nd floor was a real treat and the breakfast (included) was great. There were a lot of savoury choices and a few fruits and bread. I wish there had been more sweet choices like more types of jam, cereals and fruits as I always go for something sweet for breakfast but I believe it's not that common in Asia so that's fine. I was just a bit surprised that they only offered margarine and not butter (in such a pricey hotel and with such a pricey breakfast (I believe around 1200¥ if it's not included) I expect butter.) Location wise it was great ! A bit far from Hiroshima station if you dislike walking but easily accessible by streetcar (I think) very close to the peace museum and genbakudome as well as Hiroshima castle and the shotengai. It was a good overall."
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8.4

Excellent

276 reviews

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$ 56
APA Hotel Hiroshima-Ekimae Ohashi
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"This APA hotel is a new APA hotel in Hiroshima (they have another one nearer to hiroshima station) and it can be hard to find if you do not know how to navigate the underground exits from Hiroshima station, though once you get there, it's actually relatively easy. Staff was able to speak English and were kind and helpful. The room has a big TV and everything was clean, tidy and in place. There seem to be Hiroshima delicacies available for takeaway right at the hotel lobby restaurant, though I did not try. Highly recommend this place."
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8.5

Excellent

1441 reviews

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$ 99
Rihga Royal Hotel Hiroshima
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"This is a Very Convenient hotel near all major sighteseeing spots in Hiroshima. Comfortable rooms with excellent breakfast buffet (delicious !) but same food every day for the last 6 days. Our room at high floor overlooking the Hiroshima Castle and the city of Hiroshima, which was excellent and splendid. The location is 2 mins walk to Hiroshima Bus station which has all transportations needed to all the japan major cities and airport express. The hotel is near to Sogo and major shopping arcades. The one weakness is that only 2 electric plugs available in the room. Other than that the hotel is excellent."
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8.9

Excellent

2536 reviews

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$ 138
THE KNOT HIROSHIMA
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"This hotel had a beautiful presentation in the lobby, bar, and restaurant. The rooms were sparkling and new, but very tight. The staff was great and spoke English! Location is excellent, a stones throw from the Peace Park, shopping, and restaurants. I never eat at the hotel restaurant, but I am sure glad I did. It was one of the most exceptional meals I’ve had in Japan. "
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8.8

Excellent

497 reviews

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$ 64
Nest Hotel Hiroshima Hatchobori
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"We had a great stay at Nest. Naturally it is spotless and fresh being new but it was also in a great location, very close to transport and only two stops from the main station plus very close to shops and restaurants and well as easy access to all the sights. Was travelling with a friend who was also impressed. Probably the best hotel we stayed in in Japan over a 2 week period. "
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8.7

Excellent

425 reviews

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$ 57
Red Planet Hiroshima
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"One of the best hotels I have stayed in! The waterfall shower was amazing and the bed was comfortable. The staff was very friendly and always greeted us with a smile. :)"
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8.4

Excellent

343 reviews

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$ 43
Grand Prince Hotel Hiroshima
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"The hotel has fantastic staff who are always helpful and always cheerful. Check in and Check out process were fast and smooth. Rooms and the bathrooms are clean. The Japanese breakfast options in the breakfast buffet are good. They western selections are limited. The hotel provides a free shuttle service from Hiroshima railway station. There is also a city bus service that stops in front of the hotel. However the shuttle takes about 30 - 40 minutes and the city bus takes about 55 mins to 60 minutes from the railway station. In the evenings, it is best to take a taxi from a taxi stand as we spent a significant amount of time trying to hail a taxi from Moto-Ujina-Guchi on the Hiroshima electric railway stations. We ultimately walked about 1.5 kms to the hotel since none of the cabs were willing to stop. Bottom line - great hotel with great rooms and service and a good Japanese breakfast buffet but a little out of the way."
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8.2

Excellent

1382 reviews

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$ 282
Nesthotel Hiroshima Station
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"Beyond expectations! The common area and the hotel room are really super clean. The staff is accommodating and warm. The room is full of amenities. Value for money with the best service. "
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8.6

Excellent

215 reviews

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$ 73
KOKO HOTEL Hiroshima Ekimae
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"Very clean."
8.5

Excellent

237 reviews

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$ 53
Chisun Hotel Hiroshima
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"The Chisun Hiroshima was the nicest of the three business-class hotels I stayed in on my trip to Japan and thanks to Agoda, it was also the least expensive. It's located right near the Kanayama street car station and is convenient to both Hiroshima Station and the Atomic Bomb Dome and Peace Memorial Museum. The hotel looks brand new. The front desk staff was very welcoming. The room was clean, comfortable and since I was a single female traveler I got a "ladies room," which meant they provided me with little bag full of skin and bath care items. The room had a tea maker, facial steamer, air cleaner, mini-fridge and hairdryer. This was the only business hotel I stayed at that had card keys rather than metal keys. Hotels that give out metal keys ask you to turn them in at the front and pick them up everything you come and go from the hotel. The card key eliminates that hassle. I loved staying here and will stay again the next time I go to Hiroshima."
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8.4

Excellent

1098 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 58

Fast facts about Hiroshima, Japan

Accommodations1,161 properties
Popular hotelTHE KNOT HIROSHIMA
Popular areaHiroshima
Nightly rates fromC$11
AirportHiroshima Airport
Reasons to visitSightseeing, Culture

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To the modern observer, Hiroshima belongs in the same class as any thriving Japanese metropolis. It is home to a million residents, ample accommodation and a historic castle that dates to the 16th century. But beneath the fine polish of this modern city is the quiet remembrance of a day just a few decades ago when Hiroshima fell to the atomic bomb. Visitors flock here to visit the memorials and demonstrate solidarity. But rather than finding a city of depressed or downtrodden people, they're greeted with optimism, friendliness and a progressive outlook.

Peace Memorial Park in the city center is a collection of moving, often heartbreaking museums and memorials. The Children's Peace Monument is perhaps the most sobering as it immortalizes Sadako, a young girl and victim of fallout. As Hiroshima was rebuilding, Sadako inspired the entire city through her quest to fold 1,000 origami cranes. An old saying states that a person who folds this many cranes gets a single wish granted. Sadako never finished her thousandth crane – she got to 644 before leukemia took her life, but she lives on in Hiroshima's very real quest to end nuclear armament.

Hiroshima Castle was rebuilt in the 1950s after being destroyed by the bomb. The grounds boast hundreds of sakura trees, which are lovely in the springtime. The castle is located near Chuo Park and operates an interesting museum. Several other parks and temples on the fringes of the city are wonderful daytrip destinations.

Intense ground-up construction has yielded some truly remarkable hotels near Hiroshima. These are planted throughout the central district, as well as near Hiroshima Airport. This domestic terminal serves several prominent cities in Japan.