Rated 5 out of 5 by disneymaus beautifully appointed
Sheraton Hiroshima is newly updated and very beautiful. Modern, but still has Japanese influences. The staff was most helpful, and the buffet restaurant offered a good selection of foods.
Next to the train station, and airport bus service is convenient, too.
October 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Arvind69 Location and service
Very convinient location and good English speaking attendants.
October 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by AliceB Hiroshima Sheraton
Was a great place to stay to explore Hiroshima and to rest and relax. Room, staff and services were all fabulous.
September 23, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nick48 Good hotel let down by swimming pool
We booked this hotel because we wanted a swimming pool, and it has an indoor one. On arrival we asked about it and were told there is an extra charge of about ¥16,000 per person per day. This was not mentioned anywhere on their website and put it beyond our budget. We felt hugely disappointed by this because the pool was the only reason we chose this hotel, and we feel the hotel is not being upfront about this facility. Other than that, the hotel was fine.
September 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by SalesInTokyo Very Convenient
The hotel is in front of the Hiroshima Station.
And the bus to the Hiroshima Airport also leaves in front of the hotel.
Very convenient for both Business and Sightseeing travelers.
July 27, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by ConditionOne Average, but still good.
This is an pretty average international Sheraton hotel, based right next to the Shinkansen exit of the JR Hiroshima station. If you take the airport limousine bus from the airport, it drops you off half a block away from the hotel entrance. The location is not central to Hiroshima, but has a great variety of transit options. For example, all trams start at the JR station, and there’s easy access to the Miyajima ferry via JR Rail. The Sightseeing Loop Bus starts in front of the hotel as well. There are also plenty of food options nearby in the JR station, and across the street accessible via a walkway on the 2nd floor.
When I checked in, there were no upgraded rooms available, and I was put in a Deluxe Room. It’s a pretty standard size, with an open bathroom layout. There was a box of Japanese sweets waiting for me in the room, and are given two bottles of water a day. The room felt a bit humid, even with the AC on. Other than that, I had no complaints.
For breakfast, you can have 500 points and eat breakfast in the lounge. If you want to eat in the restaurant downstairs, there will be a 1028 Yen surcharge (about 50% off). I didn’t ask if you could choose breakfast downstairs in lieu of the 500 points though. The Lounge is open all day, and serves a traditional continental breakfast, along with hot items such as scrambled eggs, potatoes, fish, waffle wedges, sausage, and bacon. Soft drinks and wine are available all day. In the evenings, the lounge puts out extremely light appetizers. A bit of a disappointment, really. Beef salad, tater tots, veggies, and such. One day I didn’t even find anything of interest to eat! I expected a heartier selection, especially in Asia!
The gym is pretty standard, and contains all the necessary cardio machines and weights. It’s open 24/7. I passed a neat looking lap pool too. The pool/jacuzzi fee is 1620 Yen/person, and the Sauna is 540 Yen/person. Fitness center is free.
The hotel staff are all friendly, and the ones I dealt with all had a great grasp of English. WiFi speeds are about average. Sometimes it would drop out, and I would have to disconnect and reconnect to get things going again. All in all, this is a pretty solid Sheraton, and I would definitely stay here again.
September 7, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by CarpFan The best in Hiroshima for Biz Travellers
Simply the best in Hiroshima.
I am regularly travelling to Hiroshima for both biz and private reasons, and used to stay at the other airline affiliate or domestic chain hotels. As is always the case in mid-size cities across Japan, there has been virtually no global standard hotel in this city. Thanks to Starwood, I could nest in this city with great comfort.
March 15, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dougie2013 Top pick for Japan Starwoods
So close to the station and such a wonderful greeting, and our room was ready and waiting. The Club lounge was by far the best in Japan with variety and style. But its hard to reach deep into your pockets again to pay to swim in their pool as you expect this to be an essential inclusion in the rate.
November 29, 2013