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  • Reviews: 216

4 out of 5 starsUser Rating

Hotel Intelligent: Great Stay

Stayed in a dorm style room with a bathroom for one day for ¥5100 per person. The rate included a summer kimono and slippers. Comfortable room for a good rate that includes breakfast (salad, soup, rice, nori and toast with beverages). Hotel also has vending machines and laundry.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written September 29, 2010
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Kasuga Ryokan: Traditional accommadation in Central Hiroshima

My first time sleeping in traditional Japanese style. A futon on a tatami floor. It was quite comfortable. I slept well the second night. The first night was interrupted by someone snoring and the walls were quite thin.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Budget Travel
  • Written April 18, 2010
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  • lowailing138 profile photo lowailing138
  • Reviews: 88

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Hiroshima-eki shin-kansen-guchi: Western accommodation

very courteous receptionists
clean comfortable room
air conditioning
free japanese breakfast included: rice, miso soup and pickles, japanese tea or western coffee,great experience if one has not stay at any japanese accommodation before.
if booked via web site, one gets a gift when checking in.

1 minute walk from Shinkansen exit (north exit) of JR Hiroshima station.
modern western 3 / 4 star hotel, frequented by business men, travellers.
check in after 4 pm, will look after your luggages if arrive early. check out by 10 am.
free 3 minutes local national call, free PC for internet at lobby
free hot and cold drinking water, ice cubes provided free.
vending machines for hot and cold drinks.
comfortable bedroom with high-tec toilet. tooth brushes and combs provided.
special make-up pack for ladies. razors for men.
fridge for storing own items
in-room house coats.
free tea making facility.
free channel movies.in room LAN connection

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Historical Travel, Budget Travel, Business Travel
  • Written April 24, 2007

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  • albaaust profile photo albaaust
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have to check its name: A hotel that was central

This hotel was along the main tram route and therefore very convenient in terms of getting to the Peace Park and Mijima.

It was a budget hotel and therefore, we did not expect much.

The bathroom as with most budget hotels in Japan was exceptionally small-see photos.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Historical Travel, Budget Travel
  • Written October 23, 2006
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  • Rabbityama profile photo Rabbityama
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Tokyu Inn: A Great Hotel Near Peace Park

The Tokyu Inn in Hiroshima was a really nice place to stay. I thought the rooms seemed more spacious than many other hotels in Japan. The beds and pillows were very comfortable. I had no trouble sleeping. (Comfort is important to me! A restless night on a hard mattress with a stiff pillow can really start a vacation off badly, so I like to mention these things.) The hotel employees were also very efficient and helpful.

The Tokyu Inn is about a ten minute walk from the Peace Museum and Peace Park. I thought the view of the city from the windows was beautiful, especially at night when the city was lit up!

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Business Travel, Historical Travel, Museum Visits
  • Written October 6, 2005
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  • SueWarwick profile photo SueWarwick
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Hiroshima Heiwa-O-dori: Tokyo Inn

A well located hotel on the road leading down to the peace park.
Small (as virtually all Japaese Hotels) but very clean and comfortable.
Come with desk, coffee table and 2 chairs.
Also get the usual yakuta and slippers

Free breakfast included which was the usual, rice, miso soup and seaweed
Also get free 'ladies set' various smellies, cotton buds etc and an extra free gift. I chose a nice little reading torch. Other options included a pair of sock or what looked like a towl.

Free internet access in the lobby, although its difficult getting round the Japanese computer keyboard. For those with their own laptop, there is also free internet access in every room

7 minutes walk from Ebisu tram station
The hotel also runs a free taxi service to the trainstation.
I only found this out leaving the hotel, but I assume that if you contact the hotel from the station they can pick you up.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Backpacking, Trains, Budget Travel
  • Written September 19, 2005
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  • Marywhotravels profile photo Marywhotravels
  • Reviews: 57

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Minshuku Ikedaya: Nice location, uninspiring accommodation

This place calls itself a minshuku, but it is barely that. It's in a large, unattractive concrete building, with a clinical looking front desk staffed by a bored young woman you have to wave over from her television. The rooms are miniscule and contain nothing but tatami floors, a tiny closet with bedding, and a tiny tv in the corner. Each floor has some toilets (shared by both sexes), but only the first floor has a shower (annoying if you're on a high floor! And no elevator, of course). There is a "breakfast room" on the second floor, but it also is tiny and sparse and contains only a table and some olf packets of tea. While the price seemed average for a minshuku by Japanese standards, we felt we could have stayed in a hostel for less money and gotten the same, if not better, services and accommodation.

The only good thing about this place is that it's close to the Peace Park and the neighborhood feels safe and quiet.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Historical Travel, Trains
  • Written September 1, 2005

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Hiroshima accomodation

World Friendship Centre

I didnt stay at the WFC but by email they seemed friendly and arranged for me to meet a survivor of the bomb in the Hiroshima museum. They have budget accomodation
available

You can email them at :

wfc@md7.seikyou.ne.jp

Some useful accomodation sites:

http://www.hcvb.city.hiroshima.jp/e_navigator/hotel/h_05.html

http://members.fortunecity.com/lodgingnetjapan/PageData-2.html.htm

http://www.ttec.co.jp/~hyh/Hiroshima%20Youth%20Hostel%20Guide.html

http://travel.roughguides.com/roughguides.html

http://www.itcj.or.jp/facility/6/facil/634008.html

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written August 3, 2005

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  • Travel2write profile photo Travel2write
  • Reviews: 384

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Green Hotel: Small but clean and cheap!



Located near Hakata Sta. and very convenient for business , shopping and sightseeing.

Room Rate
Single (1p):¥ 6,720
Twin (2p):¥ 10,290
Triple (3p):¥ 15,750
Fourth (4p):¥ 18,900

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Backpacking, Sky Diving, Cycling
  • Written June 4, 2005
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The Green Hotel: Cheap, clean and small

I didn't check out any of the facilities in the hotel. I just needed 4 walls and a bed which is about all you get here. The rooms were very clean. They have beer and soda machines in the lobby as well. That's about the only facilities I noticed. It's a decent place to stay if you're traveling cheap. Be careful and not make the mistake I made with the cab drivers. There are two Green Hotels in town. One by the train station and one by the Peace Park. I stayed near the train station. When I went to the Peace Park it was a 10-15 minute cab ride, and I could see a Green Hotel sign about 2-3 blocks from Park. So I thought the cab driver gave me the run around, but it ended up not being the case.

It's cheap.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel
  • Written May 28, 2005
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HIROSHIMA GRANVIA HOTEL.

HIROSHIMA GRANVIA HOTEL.

US$100.


Great location with convenient access both to the city & shinkansen (bullet trains).

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Written September 12, 2002
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HIROSHIMA GRANVIA HOTEL.

HIROSHIMA GRANVIA HOTEL.

US$100.


Great location with convenient access both to the city & shinkansen (bullet trains).

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Written September 1, 2002
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Prince Hotel.
Located next to...

Prince Hotel.
Located next to the waterfront. The ferry boat can takes you to Itsuku-Shima Island from the waterfront.

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  • Written August 26, 2002
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  • kiwigal_1 profile photo kiwigal_1
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RYOKAN

When I came to Hiroshima I stayed at a small Ryokan (Japanese Inn) which cost 3000 Yen per night. You can find these places all over Japan. The best way to find them is to ask an Information counter at any railway station in a particular city. You would usually pay per room which makes it a nice cheap place for a small group or couple to stay in.

A ryokan is a family owned inn which usually provides you with a small tatami room (sometimes with private bath but usually there is one communal bath for all the guests) and a futon for each guest. The will often have free tea in the room and maybe a TV and air conditioner.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written August 25, 2002

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