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Finding a hotel with a spacious room, for long stay

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Finding a hotel with a spacious room, for long stay

Hi guys,

i'm going to be living in Hiroshima from January to June, and I'm looking for a good option for a hotel, where I can live spaciously.

I have a budget of about 75 dollars a day. Any information please let me know.

Thanks!

Best,

Guillermo

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1. Re: Finding a hotel with a spacious room, for long stay

Search for "weekly mansion" ウィークリーマンション

http://www.ub-hotel.co.jp/

http://www.monthly-abest.com/hiroshima/

http://www.wm-koyo.com/

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2. Re: Finding a hotel with a spacious room, for long stay

Hello Guillermo,

Check out the Aster Plaza Hotel. They have Western as well as Japanese rooms, availability of cooking facilities, free WiFi at least in the lobby, washing machines, etc. No restaurant in the hotel. I don't know what the hotel's policy is on real long term stays. They may not accept long term stays.

Aster Plaza (Hotel); hiyh.pr.arena.ne.jp/Hp_eng/indexeng.htm

Spirit

Edited: 6:37 pm, December 18, 2013
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