Hiroshima Intelligent Hotel Grand
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Business Services
Photos of Hiroshima Intelligent Hotel Grand
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hiroshima Intelligent Hotel Grand
Travel Blogs from Hiroshima
... spectacular - especially compared to the sights and smells of the food we'd walked past earlier that day - so we settled on a pre-lunch ice cream instead. (A palate cleansing ice cream, as my colleague Andrew would call it). Both Cindy and Wendy settled on Green Tea - and for some unknown reason (as I quite like Green Tea ice cream), I decided on vanilla. I must have been too tired to be adventurous.
After our ice cream we walked up to ...
... only one option. We headed out, finding the restaurant without any issues. We were seated at the bar, giving us a full view of the chefs making the Okonomiyaki for everyone in the restaurant. Hiroshima and Osaka have an Okonomiyaki rivalry, each doing it in different styles (rice and noodles respectively) and both claiming they are the best. Both are good, but I personally prefer Osaka style.
Hiroshima Food Log
- Hamberg (Ham ...
Nevertheless, Hiroshima remains my favorite town in Japan. First of all, it is a manageable size - about the size of Boston, maybe a little bigger. I'm not sure if it's the size, but sometimes Tokyo seems to just epitomize modern urban loneliness, with its silent subway cars and endless apartment blocks. And while Kyoto has many cultural sites, its so expensive and largely exclusive to the Japanese, that its hard to really ...
Well I have always wanted to visit this place since I learnt About the A bomb in primary school history. I'm so glad I made the effort to come down. The Shinkansen made the journey easier of course. When I arrived I dropped off my gear at the hotel and caught the tram to ...
... giving a detailed description of what happened on that morning. There are plenty of artefacts from the bombing that show the force of the bomb. It makes you wonder how countries these days can even consider having these weapons. On the way out of the museum there are petitions you can sign to express your feelings towards the use of atomic weapons. Oh and here's a hint, if you ever visit the museum the gift shop half way through is the best place ...