Hotels Near Hiroshimashinyokinko Hatsukaichi Shiten In Hatsukaichi

0/51 Reviews
2.35km from Hiroshimashinyokinko Hatsukaichi Shiten
Cottage One Miyajima Kaidou is a popular choice amongst travelers in Hatsukaichi, whether exploring or just passing through. The property features a wide range of facilities to make your stay a pleasant experience. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms, car park, pets allowed, bicycle rental are just some of the facilities on offer. Designed for comfort, selected guestrooms offer humidifier, closet, towels, clothes rack, slippers to ensure a restful night. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. Convenience and comfort makes Cottage One Miyajima Kaidou the perfect choice for your stay in Hatsukaichi.
FromUS$124.00
3.9/510 Reviews
3.02km from Hiroshimashinyokinko Hatsukaichi Shiten
My husband and I stayed here 1 night on our way south, I’m sure it was my oversight but this is not on the island. It is on the mainland a short trolley and ferry ride. I didn’t realize that when booking. We had a super tiny room. The “restaurant” was lacking, though the staff were super nice.
FromUS$45.00
5/5Perfect1 Reviews
5.48km from Hiroshimashinyokinko Hatsukaichi Shiten
We had a lovely one night stay here. I had braced my partner for a slightly more basic stay than the hotels we had stayed in along the rest of the trip, but I needn't have worried - the ryokan is very comfortable, the staff friendly and the shuttle service from the pier was very easy to organise with the tourist information desk. I was blown away by the view we had out into the bay and the kaiseki dinner was fantastic. We were a little put out when we weren't able to eat in the dining room, but instead had to eat in our room, but again this was actually better - the service was personal and our server was helpful in explaining the courses we were eating and attentive to our needs. Breakfast the following morning was a little quieter, but the food was also decent, though not as good as the dinner. The onsen at the ryokan was small but very quiet and so I was able to enjoy some peace there too. Our only minor complaint was that the bedding was a little dirty - several attempts by the kind front desk staff were unable to resolve this, but they were patient and that was appreciated. We had a fantastic stay here and would highly recommend it.
FromUS$162.00
4.6/5Outstanding17 Reviews
5.58km from Hiroshimashinyokinko Hatsukaichi Shiten
The location is particularly convenient, right next to the hotel is the JR Pier to Miyajima, and across the road is another Pier, the ferry ticket price is the same. The room can see part of the sea. Although the facilities are a bit old, the maintenance is not bad. The most important thing is the service-the pears I bought need to be peeled. I asked the front desk to borrow a fruit knife. The receptionist said that they could not borrow such items that could cause harm to people, but she said that I could bring the fruit here. I thought I was using it in front of them, so I took the pears from the room to the front desk. I didn't expect to change a man (looking like a manager), took my pears and asked me how many people to eat. After waiting for a few minutes, the cut pears were placed on the top of the disposable tray for me, and I also equipped the disposable fruit fork and paper towel, which really moved me! The Japanese service is unparalleled, and I will return to this hotel!
FromUS$48.00
3.5/510 Reviews
5.64km from Hiroshimashinyokinko Hatsukaichi Shiten
I could well understand small space and simplistic design. I could well live with staff not speaking English. All this is fine. What is definately not fine is: Lack of window in the room (and no info about it when booking) Bugs on the walls Dirt Stinky smell Mold on the walls and matress! Broken vending machines Beware! Stay away!
FromUS$15.00
4.5/5Excellent1 Reviews
5.85km from Hiroshimashinyokinko Hatsukaichi Shiten
I stayed here for 3 nights. This was my first hotel on my first trip to Japan, so I wasn’t sure what to expect. Arrived very tired after 2 flights, Dublin to Tokyo, then tube, train to Hiroshima, tube, and finally ferry to Mirajima. 24 hours door to door! And what a welcome greeted me! Smiling, friendly staff so eager (and able) to help. A beautiful single room on 5th floor with bed on a mezz level. Powerful, hot shower. Computerised toilet!! Laundry room ( €3 for wash, €1 for 30 minute drying). Onsen on same floor, just for guests, with great views over Hiroshima harbour. On arrival, I was invited to select a set of black pyjamas (plenty of choice to cater for western sizes) which I could - if I wished - wear around the hotel... for meals, lounging, etc. There’s a lounge area just for guests, with complimentary tea, coffee, juices etc. A small bar that was sometimes quiet (just me) and sometimes buzzing (maybe 20 guests). Breakfast and dinner were included in my rate, and I suggest you do the same. Top class food, great choice, both meals served buffet style, and it saves the trouble of finding somewhere else, particularly in evening. Miyajima itself seems to get very quiet after the 99.5% of visitors head back on the ferry by 6 o’clock. (I decided to stay here rather than in Hiroshima, and took a day trip to Hiroshima. Most people seem to do the opposite). So, overall, I can’t praise the hotel enough, it’s genuinely one of the best, nicest hotels I’ve stayed in, and I’ll be back. It’s literally across the toad from the ferry landing. 30 seconds walk!! Great for couples, good for kids but bring a few board games to amuse them.. you won’t be disappointed!
FromUS$118.00
4.8/5Outstanding6 Reviews
6.06km from Hiroshimashinyokinko Hatsukaichi Shiten
We could see our hotel from the ferry ! That's how central it was and it looked right out onto the sea. Deer greeted us as we arrived. There are crowds and crowds of day-trippers during the day so I would highly recommend staying at least 1 overnight here as the town is magical at night. The staff are wonderful here. There is a coin laundry on the 4th floor and a Sento hot bath in the basement that we used everyday. Breakfast is 500yen and definitly worth it. As we are a family of 5 we booked 3 rooms beside each other as it worked out cheaper for us. We would definitly stay here again on this magical island
FromUS$46.00
5/5Perfect1 Reviews
6.07km from Hiroshimashinyokinko Hatsukaichi Shiten
This is a traditional ryokan, but a bit outdated. It gives the impression of a former communist state-run hotel. Rooms are a bit worn, and the halls (especially the dining hall) are well-lit massive rooms. The good news is that it is 5 minutes walking from the ferry jetty, situated at the waterfront, and 5 minutes walking from THE torii. Breakfast is a bit sober, but dinner is traditional Japanese. Insist on a room facing the water!! That is tremendous extra value. Rooms in the back are newer (new extension), but none of the rooms is facing the sea.
FromUS$286.00
4.5/5Excellent1 Reviews
6.1km from Hiroshimashinyokinko Hatsukaichi Shiten
Leading a group of 28, I stayed at Hotel Makoto for one night. We were welcomed with a special banner and given cold tea and towels on our arrival. Dinner was an exceptional Japanese feast with an incredible range of dishes. Rooms were splendid, Japanese tatami-style and there was another Japanese feast (which was perhaps a little too authentic for some consisting as it did of fish, rice and so on). When we checked out of the hotel they gave us small presents and met us at the ferry pier at our requested time with our luggage. I cannot possibly overstate how welcome they made us feel and how fabulous the service was.
FromUS$147.00
5/5Perfect2 Reviews
6.15km from Hiroshimashinyokinko Hatsukaichi Shiten
On the seafront and with sea views, it is a blend of traditional Japanese Ryokan and western comforts, and ranks way above the one we stayed in at Kiso-Fukushima. Here the room was spacious, and although we had a low table and chairs, the beds were of western style, with comfortable mattresses. The bathroom was actually a ‘wet room’ with shower and bath. It had coffee/tea-making facilities, and internet in the rooms. The hotel gives on to the seafront promenade on one side, and a long shopping arcade on the other. It is a stone’s throw from major shrines, and about 30 minutes walk from the base of the Mount Misen “Ropeway” (ie: cable car), which is highly recommended. There is a shuttle bus to take people most of the way if that is preferred. The welcome was second to none, in terms of warmth, politeness and level of English of the staff. We were asked to choose the times of our dining and of breakfast for each day, to suit our preferences. Maps and brochures were brought to our dining table to help us decide how we would spend the next day. On the first evening we were served a Kaiseki meal, with umpteen small courses. Excellent quality, but unsurprisingly not every dish suited a western palate. Each course was explained to us and the different constituents identified for us. Excellent breakfast the next day, catering to both western and Japanese tastes.
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4.9/5Perfect4 Reviews
6.25km from Hiroshimashinyokinko Hatsukaichi Shiten
I spent one night here and I do recommend staying here. There is limited English at the front desk, but enough to get you in and out. They explain the amenities of the ryokan after you check-in and explain the dinner plan. The room I had is small, but the dinner is reason why I'm here. The lobby restaurant was the location of dinner. It was a kaiseki set and the dishes were brought to my table in small groups. A short explanation (in English) was given for each dish, which was very helpful. My breakfast was included, but I couldn't eat it there because of an early train. Instead, the kitchen was kind enough to prepare two HUGE onigiri for me to take. Now that I think about this, I believe I had Japanese A5 wagyu beef here with my dinner. I left this point out in my earlier review in Arima Onsen. The earlier ryokan is near Kobe, but Kobe beef wasn't on the menu! No beef at all. Couldn't believe it. Anyways... The hot spring was as expected. Nothing out of the ordinary. I would stay here again.
FromUS$165.00
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
6.28km from Hiroshimashinyokinko Hatsukaichi Shiten
The hotel we usually stay in on Miyajima was fully booked when we made our late reservations for our 2017 autumn trip, but we found space here. We were not disappointed. The husband and wife (?) who run the hotel are sweet and thoughtful. Our room was fine, though we would have preferred their Japanese style room they were all booked. The kotatsu took up a lot of floor space, but it did provide a warm place to sit and relax. The bed was comfortable and we slept well. The tokonoma area with the TV and teapot was somewhat crowded into a tight little space. We found the lights governed by a motion detector a bit annoying; they turned on automatically every time we walked by our entrance hall way. They might be useful as a safety feature in the middle of the night, but all they would do would wake up the other person. The private baths were a treat. We are used to gender separate baths, but occasionally find ourselves in a hotel with private baths and we enjoy the novelty of being able to share the bath with each other. The baths are on a first come first served basis, but we never found them occupied when we went to use them during our 3 night stay. The included breakfast snack is just that - a small starter to get you going - croissants, fruit, tea and coffee and a local liqueur offered by the host. The large dining area proved useful for us to make dinner the night our favorite restaurant was closed. We made good use of the microwave to heat items we brought back with us from a quick ferry ride to the main land for supplies. We very much enjoyed our stay here and will return.
FromUS$194.00

Hotels Near Hiroshimashinyokinko Hatsukaichi Shiten In Hatsukaichi Review

4.6/517 Reviews
The location is particularly convenient, right next to the hotel is the JR Pier to Miyajima, and across the road is another Pier, the ferry ticket price is the same. The room can see part of the sea. Although the facilities are a bit old, the maintenance is not bad. The most important thing is the service-the pears I bought need to be peeled. I asked the front desk to borrow a fruit knife. The receptionist said that they could not borrow such items that could cause harm to people, but she said that I could bring the fruit here. I thought I was using it in front of them, so I took the pears from the room to the front desk. I didn't expect to change a man (looking like a manager), took my pears and asked me how many people to eat. After waiting for a few minutes, the cut pears were placed on the top of the disposable tray for me, and I also equipped the disposable fruit fork and paper towel, which really moved me! The Japanese service is unparalleled, and I will return to this hotel!
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FromUS$48.00
4.6/54 Reviews
If you want to drop back in time to briefly experience the Japanese way of living and eating, then stay at the luxurious Iwaso ryokan. We stayed in the cottages and got treated to beautifully constructed and decorated Japanese rooms with tatami mats. There is an entrance, a main room and alcove with scroll and flowers, a separate room with a toilet, and another room with shower, hot tub, and vanity. A few modern conveniences are well hidden (TV screen, coffee maker, small fridge). A balcony that overlooks the natural beauty of the forest, stream, and occasional deer surrounds the cottage. The room is designed and located to encourage serenity. Be prepared to sleep on futons that are arranged for you while you’re having your meal. Walking from the cottage to the reception area, one passes a beautiful bridge and flowing stream where many tourists and photographers congregated for pictures. As soon as we arrived on the island, a shuttle transported us the hotel where we immediately were “assigned” a host who looked after us for the duration of our stay. Check-in was a bit bumpy with having to confirm dining selections and order drinks in advance of the meal. Staff could communicate in English but was not advanced or fluent. The Japanese meal and service, however, was exquisite. We later discovered their restaurant was rated a 1 Michelin star and deserved it. I used the onsen it was on par with the rest of the ryokan. The sights on the island were all within easy walking distance. If we had the time, we would have loved to stay 3 or 4 more days to just absorb its offerings.
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FromUS$310.00
4.9/54 Reviews
I spent one night here and I do recommend staying here. There is limited English at the front desk, but enough to get you in and out. They explain the amenities of the ryokan after you check-in and explain the dinner plan. The room I had is small, but the dinner is reason why I'm here. The lobby restaurant was the location of dinner. It was a kaiseki set and the dishes were brought to my table in small groups. A short explanation (in English) was given for each dish, which was very helpful. My breakfast was included, but I couldn't eat it there because of an early train. Instead, the kitchen was kind enough to prepare two HUGE onigiri for me to take. Now that I think about this, I believe I had Japanese A5 wagyu beef here with my dinner. I left this point out in my earlier review in Arima Onsen. The earlier ryokan is near Kobe, but Kobe beef wasn't on the menu! No beef at all. Couldn't believe it. Anyways... The hot spring was as expected. Nothing out of the ordinary. I would stay here again.
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FromUS$165.00
4.7/511 Reviews
This was my second stay here, and I enjoyed it as much as the first time. If you love seafood, this is an amazing place. Halfboard is included and its a fantastic experience. Very little Englisch is spoken and often you dont really know what you are eating, but that is not a problem at all and for me adds to the experience. If you stay only one night, you will have a several course dinner, with 3 to 5 dishes including oysters. If you stay a second night (like we did), you will have other dishes like tempura, sashimi, a table bbq etc. on the second night. Breakfast is also several small tasty dishes and Japanese as well. There is a onsen and you get to choose a bathrobe to use during your stay. The location is quiet and right on the sea, next to the aquarium (use the shuttle, or take a taxi when leaving or arriving). The rooms we had are Japanese style with tatami mats and Futon beds (you have to make up your own bed), which I very much enjoyed. The funiture is quite dated, which especially shows in the toilet, which is constantly running water, and that can be a bit annoying. Also, there is no decoration at all, which is a bit of a pity. Not much would be neeeded to make to make the room a bit more cosy and personal.
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FromUS$69.00
4.5/51 Reviews
I stayed here for 3 nights. This was my first hotel on my first trip to Japan, so I wasn’t sure what to expect. Arrived very tired after 2 flights, Dublin to Tokyo, then tube, train to Hiroshima, tube, and finally ferry to Mirajima. 24 hours door to door! And what a welcome greeted me! Smiling, friendly staff so eager (and able) to help. A beautiful single room on 5th floor with bed on a mezz level. Powerful, hot shower. Computerised toilet!! Laundry room ( €3 for wash, €1 for 30 minute drying). Onsen on same floor, just for guests, with great views over Hiroshima harbour. On arrival, I was invited to select a set of black pyjamas (plenty of choice to cater for western sizes) which I could - if I wished - wear around the hotel... for meals, lounging, etc. There’s a lounge area just for guests, with complimentary tea, coffee, juices etc. A small bar that was sometimes quiet (just me) and sometimes buzzing (maybe 20 guests). Breakfast and dinner were included in my rate, and I suggest you do the same. Top class food, great choice, both meals served buffet style, and it saves the trouble of finding somewhere else, particularly in evening. Miyajima itself seems to get very quiet after the 99.5% of visitors head back on the ferry by 6 o’clock. (I decided to stay here rather than in Hiroshima, and took a day trip to Hiroshima. Most people seem to do the opposite). So, overall, I can’t praise the hotel enough, it’s genuinely one of the best, nicest hotels I’ve stayed in, and I’ll be back. It’s literally across the toad from the ferry landing. 30 seconds walk!! Great for couples, good for kids but bring a few board games to amuse them.. you won’t be disappointed!
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FromUS$118.00
5/51 Reviews
This is a traditional ryokan, but a bit outdated. It gives the impression of a former communist state-run hotel. Rooms are a bit worn, and the halls (especially the dining hall) are well-lit massive rooms. The good news is that it is 5 minutes walking from the ferry jetty, situated at the waterfront, and 5 minutes walking from THE torii. Breakfast is a bit sober, but dinner is traditional Japanese. Insist on a room facing the water!! That is tremendous extra value. Rooms in the back are newer (new extension), but none of the rooms is facing the sea.
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FromUS$286.00
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