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There are heaps of amazing things you can do when you visit a new destination. So why not get your trip to Hiroshima off to a great start by taking a look at some of our suggestions? After all – out there starts here!
Hiroshima Castle and Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park are part of the thriving heart of this place. Much loved by both travelers and locals alike, these famous attractions should be non-negotiable fixtures of your vacation schedule.
Home to tourist attractions like the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum and the Hiroshima Museum of Art, there will never be a boring moment in this animated city. After you've finished having a look at those, push on to the Atomic Bomb Dome and the Bell of Peace.
Nothing compares to viewing top-notch art when your soul needs to be nourished. As you gaze at the fabulous works at Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, see if you can find the deeper meaning. Travelers in this destination have heaps of options. Hiroshima National Peace Memorial Hall for the Atomic Bomb Victims offers a safe space to pause and reflect. Learn about the meaning of this memorial and discover when, how and why it was created. Still have some time on your hands? Whether you're an eager green thumb or you're just fond of playing around in the soil, you can't do better than Shukkeien for some horticultural inspiration. This private sanctuary is alive with breathtaking blooms and unique ideas.
When we look back on our travels, we usually remember experiences rather than our nice hotel room and its view of the sea. Ready to create some new vacation memories?
This place has a huge range of things to do. Here are some suggestions to kick start your trip to Hiroshima:
If you'd rather view a full list of activities, go to our Hiroshima things to do page.
You can expect a wide range of accommodations when you go to Hiroshima. With no less than 51 properties on offer, it won't be difficult getting a comfortable place for your cheap vacation or luxury getaway.
If you're the type of person that can't sleep unless they're between 1000 thread count sheets, why not nestle down in luxury at the Sheraton Grand Hiroshima Hotel (12-1 Wakakusa-cho) or the Crowne Plaza ANA Hiroshima (7-20 Naka-machi Naka-ku)? Would you prefer lower-priced accommodations? Check out the Kasuga Ryokan (3-6-23 Ote-machi Naka-ku) and the Hiroshima Hana Hostel (1-15 Kojin-machi, Minami-ku).
Make your way through security, board the aircraft, cram your bags into the overhead locker and get comfortable for the journey! Your well-earned trip to Hiroshima isn't far off now. When you touch down at Hiroshima - Nishi Airport (HIW), you'll find yourself approximately 4 miles from the heart of downtown.
The level of service at this hotel was top notch! From the minute you walk through the doors, check in & check out, the staff was attentive, friendly & amazing. They know the meaning of going above & beyond for the customer! Highly recommend this hotel to anyone going to Hiroshima!
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This hotel was convenient, within walking distance of both the JR station and the Peace Park, plenty of dining and shopping nearby. And, while the pictures show hip decor, they really delivered with one of the most comfortable mattresses I have slept on in Japan ever. And some of the best ...
3 beds Room is small. Pier to Miyajima is just downstairs of the hotel and this is the best convenience for the visit to Miyajima.
Thé room is spacious. The furniture is a bit old but overall is ok. The room is kind of clean but the only problem is we found hair on our unused pillows which is a bit gross... The location is good, just 5-10mins to the shopping centre. Staff is nice and lobby looks very good.
The hotel is just outside the Chuden-Mae train stop which conveniently takes you to JR Station. It is also within walking distance to Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, the boat ferry for Miyajima, Handori St. Shopping center, Starbucks, and many restaurants. The rooms are very small, barely enough room ...
The hotel is new, they have the free coffee and tea almost the whole day (except breakfast time). The room is clean and nice. The JR station is 15 to 20 mins of journey.