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Hiroshima Modern Hotels

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Oriental Hotel Hiroshima Slideshow
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#17 of 107 hotels in Hiroshima
6 travelers mentioned "modern hotel" and "modern" when describing this hotel.
  • "glass walls ( but with blinds). But it is manageable :). The hotel at whole has very chick, modern design. I would recommend to stay there. ..."
  • "The beds were really comfortable and the rooms were very modern and immaculately clean. The free internet downstairs was an added bonus as we found that wireless was very rare in..."
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ANA Crowne Plaza Hiroshima Slideshow
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#4 of 107 hotels in Hiroshima
12 travelers mentioned "modern room" and "modern" when describing this hotel.
  • "Ulta modern room. We were offered a superior room for a little more extra at check in. We accepted the offer. The room was ultra modern with great views of Hiroshima. HUGE bath..."
  • "Location is ideal (I can't think of better), the facilities are clean and modern. The service in the lobby is doting to the point of being overwhelming. There were even disposable..."
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Urbain Hiroshima Executive Slideshow
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#8 of 107 hotels in Hiroshima
9 travelers mentioned "modern rooms" and "modern hotel" when describing this hotel.
  • "This hotel has lovely modern rooms which are well laid out. The staff are friendly and helpful although their English was not as good as some of the other hotels we used. There is..."
  • "Good modern hotel, friendly staff. The room was tiny with nowhere even to put down two backpacks. The bathroom was the nicest one we had in any of the Japanese hotels we visited..."
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Sheraton Hotel Hiroshima 4.0 of 5 Travelers' Choice® 2014 Winner Romance
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#1 of 107 hotels in Hiroshima
35 travelers mentioned "modern rooms" and "modern hotel" when describing this hotel.
  • "Station is ideal. Clean modern rooms with nice decor. Great service by staff helpful staff and good food made our stay here outstanding...."
  • "We stayed for two nights in this lovely, modern hotel recently during a two week self-guided trip around Japan. We agree about the rather strange, and completely non-private..."
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#22 of 107 hotels in Hiroshima
4 travelers mentioned "modern hotel" when describing this hotel.
  • "Very trendy and modern hotel. The rooms are small but the price is worth the quality of the room and the location. We were 2 nights in a small room perhaps it would be better to..."
  • "Trendy modern hotel. Rooms are slightly smallish but very clean. Very quiet considering the location. We were also fortunate to have a good view of the city and river...."
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Hotel Granvia Hiroshima Slideshow
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#2 of 107 hotels in Hiroshima
7 travelers mentioned "modern" when describing this hotel.
  • "Granvia Hiroshima was an excellent hotel with nice lobby, room interior is modern design and definitely considered quite spacious. Bed quality is also excellent. Since it's next to..."
  • "This Granvia hotel is not as nice or spacious/modern as the Granvia in Kyoto, but it is pretty good. The room is small, and the bathroom is quite basic, unlike the ultra-sleek..."
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#7 of 107 hotels in Hiroshima
9 travelers mentioned "modern" when describing this hotel.
  • "The hotel is very nice, with modern interiors. It has a small onsen. Breakfast is included and they have a lot of different stuff. Prize is surprisingly low for its quality...."
  • "The hotel is modern in appearance and staffed by a friendly helpful team. The rooms are small as you would expect in Japan but the way the room is designed gives more of a feeling..."