Hilton opened its 420-room hotel in Hiroshima in late August this year, and I spent two nights there in mid-October.
The hotel is close to the atomic bomb museum and peace park and is a short cab ride from the Hiroshima Station (Shinkansen & other trains).
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General Views Of the Hotel:
Hilton Hiroshima Room Types:
King One Bedroom Suite 2003:
Evening Happy Hour
Mozaik Restaurant (Breakfast):
The Hilton Hiroshima is roughly double the size of the Hilton Nagasaki (read more here) that I also visited during my Japan trip.
I was initially a bit worried about the hotel’s location, as I had previously stayed a few times at the Sheraton Hiroshima, which is essentially attached to the Hiroshima Station, but the location worked for me.
The executive lounge was typical for Japan; it is not as elaborate as hotels in Southeast Asia but much better than most lounges in the Americas or Europe. The lounge space worked for me, as I typed away there for a few hours every day, and beverages and some snacks were available all day long, although the lounge was manned only after 14:00.
The breakfast had a reasonable number of local and international options and plenty of space.
The hotel fitness center may look relatively small for a 420-room hotel, but I didn’t see anybody else there during my two-night stay,
I am glad there is now a Hilton option for stays in Hiroshima.