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Sheraton Grand Hiroshima Hotel
Why we like it
- All rooms have large panoramic windows with views of the city
- Modern décor throughout the hotel
- Complimentary internet access and WIFI in the hotel's lounge
- Shine Spa for Sheraton, the perfect place to rejuvenate body and mind
- The main restaurant boats a luxurious sushi bar, an intimate Teppanyaki grill and spectacular Kaiseki menus
- An excellent 5 star luxury hotel and the perfect base to explore Hiroshima
Upgrade to one of the 29 club rooms to enjoy the benefits of the superb club lounge and the privacy of being on an exclusive floor at the hotel.
You could not have done anything better. We were celebrating our 40th wedding anniversary and it was the best holiday we have ever been on. Thank you.
- PD, Surrey
Sheraton Grand Hiroshima Hotel sits behind Hiroshima station with good access for onwards travel and also for the city tram lines. The hotel offers 238 guest rooms including 5 lavish suites, all rooms are contemporary with clean lines and neutral colours. Each bathroom has a large bathtub as well as separate shower. The hotel has two restaurants and a lounge offering a scrumptious afternoon tea. The Shine Spa boasts an array of treatment rooms as well as an indoor heated swimming pool and fitness suite. The hotel is close to Memorial Cathedral for World Peace, Hiroshima Castle, and Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park.
Best time to be there
Spring (late March to April) for cherry blossom, early summer (May to early June) for warm sunshine, autumn (October to November) for sunny weather and spectacular colours.
Osaka/ Tokyo Narita and Haneda (Japan Airlines, British Airways)
12 hours 30 minutes from London
GMT +9 hours
Not required for UK passport holders
No vaccinations required
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