x The average starting price for a place to stay in Hiroshima is £46 per night.
1-8-9, Matoba-cho, Minami-ku, Hiroshima city, JapaExcellent 94%
katiegumbo K's was a great hostel. Extremely clean and comfortable, helpful staff, and a really sociable atmosphere in the lounge. I'd rank it among the best hostels I stayed at in my 5 months of travel...maybe even the best.
2-7-1F Enkobashicho, Minami-ku, Hiroshima City Hiroshima PerfectureExcellent 94%
5-16, Dobashi-cho Naka-ku, Hiroshima-shiExcellent 90%
sayuri5000 It's very clean and very easy to go and to find it in the map. The room was very well, but they haven't got any elevator and we were very tired from so much walking... Very well to go another time! ^_^
wez1 Excellent! Clean, had a nice homely feel to it. Great location near the main Hiroshima station which has plenty of nice places to eat etc. Our room overlooked a cemetery which was about 10 metres away, a little creepy - haha! But hey, it's all part of the experience. Highly recommended!
arhorti28 Great location in a nice neighbourhood very close to the memorial park. It is clean and all the facilities are good.
Jolien134 Very friendly and warm ryokan. Rooms are nice and clean. You can easily reach this ryokan by the streetcar (tram) from Hiroshima station. From Doshiba-station (where you get off the tram) it's a five minute walk to the ryokan.
Mari P. Great location. Staff don't speak English but sign language made it all work. The room was clean, but the decor was a strange mix of (western) '70s curtains and walls, and Japanese tatami mats and cupboards - quite endearing once you got past the initial shock. I was on the fourth floor, and the bath/shower room was on the second floor, where the corridors smelled a bit cigarette-smoky. (My room didn't smell of smoke though.)
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