- 4D3N stay for 1 at Urbain Hiroshima Executive for $3,880
- 4D3N stay for 1 at Comfort Inn Hiroshima Heiwa-Odori for $4,080
- 4D3N stay for 1 at ANA Crowne Plaza Hiroshima for $4,660
Hotels at a glance
Urbain Hiroshima Executive
Situated within Hiroshima’s Higashi Ward, the white facade of Urbain Hiroshima Executive houses 171 spacious rooms and suites, offering guests to the hotel a comfortable stay within close proximity to local attractions like the Fudoin Temple the Hiroshima City Manga Library, the Hiroshima Peace Memorial, and more. The hotel also presents itself as a “woman-friendly” hotel, boasting women-only rooms on the upper floors of the hotel.
Comfort Inn Hiroshima Heiwa-Odori
The dull slate grey of Comfort Inn Hiroshima Heiwa-Odori belies a comfortable stay 2.3km away from the Hiroshima city centre. The hotel rests within walking distance of the Hiroshima A-bomb Dome, Hiroshima Memorial Museum, and Hiroshima Peace Park, as well as a short walk away from Hiroshima Castle. The hotel’s 282 come equipped with the creature comforts needed for a comfortable hotel stay, as well as an air purifier and humidifier to stave off discomfort from dryness.
ANA Crowne Plaza Hiroshima
409 guestrooms line the halls of ANA Crowne Plaza Hiroshima, the hotel of brown walls located within the cultural and economic region of Chugoku-Shikoku. Renovated in 2004, the hotel offers a modern stay close to local attractions including the Hiroshima Peace Memorial, the Municipal Baseball Stadium, Museum of Contemporary Art, Okonomi Mura, and more. Shoppers also delight as the ANA hotel is located within close proximity of the local Sogo Department store, offering a break from the bleak history of Hiroshima.
Hong Kong to Hiroshima
- KA354 (Sun / Thu)
- Departure: 1pm (GMT +8)
- Arrival: 5.30pm (GMT +9)
Hiroshima to Hong Kong
- KA353 (Sun / Thu)
- Departure: 6.25pm (GMT +9)
- Arrival: 9pm (GMT +8)
- Stay at Urbain Hiroshima Executive, Comfort Inn Hiroshima Heiwa-Odori, or ANA Crowne Plaza Hiroshima
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- Room size, bedding, and facilities vary from hotel to hotel
Hiroshima, Japan: What to see and do
Leaving behind a past of nuclear holocaust and scars of World War II, the Japanese’s ‘Wide Island’ rises from the ashes as a peace memorial city, where a surviving building stands stoic as a reminder of the dangers of nuclear weaponry. Officially bestowed with the title of a City of Peace by her parliament, Hiroshima brushes away the shadows of war as she currently ranks as one of the top venues for conferences on peace and social issues.
Seek the monuments of tribute to the bombing victims at the Peace Memorial Museum and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Atomic Bomb Dome. Housing the relics of the harrowing experience of those who had lived (and died) during the period, your museum and dome tour may present an upsetting experience to some, but will remain as one worthy of a takeaway from a city with a tragic past.
Then, venture out to the more colourful side of the city around Onomichi’s temples as you make your way past the 25 old prayer houses on a historical walk. Taking you past the narrow lanes and stone stairways of the residential area, your slow stroll will stop by the ropeway which ascends to an observation building and a bell tower that was said to sing the ‘’100 soundscapes of Japan”. End the day at the 25-stall area of the Okonomi-mura, where a nibble on the famed okonomiyaki is made more savoury with a chef’s chat over the hot pan.