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Santiago Guesthouse Hiroshima

4-18 Nakamachi Naka-ku, Hiroshima 730-0037 Hiroshima Prefecture
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Guests1 room, 2 adults, 0 children
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Free cancellation until 10/02/19
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English, French, Spanish, German and 2 more
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free internet
24-hour security
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
Shared bathroom
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Self-serve laundry
Shared kitchen
Shared lounge / TV area
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Non-smoking rooms
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Worst pillows in my life. We stayed in a private room, 3 people. It was nice. The showers are on a different floor, but they are enough. The location is more than perfect. The rooftop is really nice in the evening. It's 24 hours open if you keep quiet. You can't open the windows in the private room which was kinda weird 😅
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Pros: - close proximity to the Peace Park Cons: - showers. They’re on a different floor to the majority of people staying here! They’re closed from 11am-4pm, so no shower during those times. - toilets. Not enough of them, and they’re filthy most of the time. Pubes in the toilet one day, toenails the next. - beds. They’re very, very uncomfortable. There’s no duvet cover on the duvet, so all you have is a thin sheet separating you from the duvet that everybody else in that bed has sat on. The pillows are legit made out of marbles and are so loud. If you’re on the top bunk, you have a net at the top of your curtain. Not only can you see the daylight, but you also get a lovely view of the person opposite you. - reception. Not only are there weird reception hours, but the receptionist wasn’t even there when I arrived. Somebody had to knock on the window to get his attention as he was chilling outside. - unfriendly atmosphere in the social area. My friend went to go sit in the only spare seat available and was told to leave as somebody else was sitting there. They did not adhere to the quiet times and talked past 1am, and then complained when we spoken in hushed tones at 10am. Overall, this has been my worst experience in Japan get. Unfriendly, dirty and very uncomfortable. Below is a picture of the curtains for the top bunks.
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This hostel has good value for money, location and basic services. It is located on several floors. The reception is the highest. Low price 29 euros for two. To Genbaku 10 minutes, tram stop to the station - 5. Many restaurants and bars nearby.
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The location is very good- 5/10 mins walk from the Peace Park and Atomic bomb dome. The beds are a little hard but you get your own locker. Everything is clean. It was a nice stay and I would recommend it.
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It is the other guests that make or break a hostel experience. In this instance we had a private room and the guests in the next room were incredibly loud and inconsiderate. The walls were paper thin so we were woken by them at 4am and kept awake by their noise. Whilst this isn’t the fault of the management, there is no one at reception and they did nothing to stop this after multiple guests complained. The group also vomited in the communal bathroom area and this was left until reception staff began at 8am. The smell was disgusting and the rest of the guests did not have access to the bathrooms on our floor during this time. Having a limited time reception was incredibly inconvenient, another guest waited at reception from 4am until 8am to try to get this dealt with as the smell and noise were so bad. The mattress was also very thin in the beds. If these incidences didn’t happen our stay would have been fine but it is disappointing the management does nothing to enforce the silence after 11pm rule as there is no staff around at this time. I would choose to stay elsewhere next time in Hiroshima.
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$24 - $80 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
JapanChugokuHiroshima PrefectureHiroshima
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