Extrem friendly and helpful staff with good knowledge of English. Staff was available 24 hours. Very good Japanese breakfast. Short way to the harbour and Sakurajima. Direct tram to the main train station. Room was spacious for this categorie of Japanese hotels and very clean. Even a scale was provided to weight our luggage at the end of our stay.
Hotel is located around 10 min. from Hakata station, practical for side trips. It's also close to a bus stop where the 100 yen loop bus is stopping. Very good value for money even with quite nice buffet breakfast. Staff was really noce and professional, but don't expect good english speakers. There was also a free pool for guests.
Centrally located, very close to the train station. Staff was friendly and welcoming. Room was convenient, with comfortable bed and moderately spacy according to Japanese standards. Bed was very comfortable too! We also enjoyed spa (sauna and Jacuzzi) which was free. Breakfast next morning offered a nice variety of tasty Japanese and few European options.
Great location. 15 mins walk from Hiroshima central train station, or 5 mins by street tram that has a stop near by. Even though the rooms are a little small by European or American standards (we took the premier double-bed room), they are well built, organized, and very clean. Breakfast had a lot of variety and was very good. The staff was friendly, polite and helpful in answering our questions about getting around the city in terms of transportation and attractions. At check-in they even supply a small map that has pointers for restaurants around the hotel, with the restaurants categorized by food type and price range. Overall, great budget hotel! 10/10.
Much better than people say. I've read a lot of opinions and I thought this is poor hotel, but close to the airport, so I took it anyway. During stay I changed my opinion. The hotel is clean, comfortable, with Onsen - fantastic! It is well communicated with the airport by free shuttle bus. I give 9/10!
Very good location: many different restaurants in the area (maximum few minutes walk), 5 metro lines nearby, two of them very close, three are located apart another 350 and 550 m, respectively (walking underground within the station), that's a lot compared to 9 metro lines in total (not counting Toei, JR and Private which you need to pay separately) PayTV: Very huge and diverse program (int'l and japanese), even Oscar prized movies are shown, e.g. "12 years a slave" if I remember correctly