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Modern tasteful hotel, great breakfast.
Has a coffee bar, microwave in the lobby on your floor so you can prepare something instead of eating out every meal. Free wifi and multi adapter charger for phone. Vending machines for drinks on floor 1 are generally lower...More
This is a pretty standard business hotel. The rooms are small but clean and modern. It's fairly centrally located in Hiroshima which is somewhat convenient because it's a relatively small city and the hotel is about a 15 minute walk from Hiroshima station and 20...More
The location is very good; walkable to/from the main train station and also to the main parts of town.
The room was normal Japanese size and well presented and the staff was very helpful. The breakfast was good with a decent range of hot and...More
I staid in this hotel for two weeks, during a business trip. Unfortunately, I got a smoking room. When I told the desk person about my problem, they tried to solve the problem and to make me as comfortable as possible, which was very nice...More
Wife and I stayed here for one night on a quick trip to Hiroshima. We had a twin room and I recommend getting a twin room. If you're expecting the rooms to be large with lots of extra room, you will be disappointed. Japanese business...More
It's a bit tricky if you don't speak or read Japanese. I did it by clicking buttons on their homepage until I found what looked like the reservation page and then used the Chrome browser translator to translate the page into... More
It's a bit tricky if you don't speak or read Japanese. I did it by clicking buttons on their homepage until I found what looked like the reservation page and then used the Chrome browser translator to translate the page into English. The translation isn't perfect but you can probably figure it out.
You can try your luck calling, they may have staff on hand that can speak a few English words but have a Japanese phrasebook handy so you can say some key phrases.
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"We booked through the tourist information at the JR station on the day we arrived!"