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Grand Prince Hotel Hiroshima, located on one of Hiroshima's islands very close to the city, is the perfect destination for travelers seeking a calm, soothing atmosphere. We introduce the appeals of this accommodation and its dining facilities.
Among the five hotel brands in the Prince Hotel Group, the Grand Prince Hotels welcome guests with superb hospitality that's one rank higher than other facilities.
The only Grand Prince Hotel outside Tokyo is found on Hiroshima's Ujinajima Island.
There's no need to fret about its location on Ujinajima since the hotel conveniently sits next to the heart of Hiroshima City.
The Grand Prince Hotel Hiroshima is just 30 minutes from JR Hiroshima Station aboard a complimentary shuttle bus. Facing the calm waters of the Seto Inland Sea, this relaxing facility is where time will slowly pass you by.
From JR Hiroshima Station: About 20 minutes by taxi
From Motoujina-guchi Streetcar Station (Hiroshima Electric Railway): About 15 minutes on foot
From the Shinkansen Exit (North exit) of JR Hiroshima Station: About 30 minutes by free shuttle bus
From JR Hiroshima Station: About 40 minutes aboard Hiroshima Bus No. 21 Ujina Line (bound for the Grand Prince Hotel Hiroshima)
From Hiroshima Port: About 3 minutes by car
From Hiroshima Expressway (No. 3 Ujina Exit): About 3 minutes by car
30 minutes: 220 yen (up to a maximum of 1,100 yen for 24 hours)
Overnight parking (per night): 500 yen
Grand Prince Hotel Hiroshima
Address: Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Minami, Motoujina-machi 23-1
Official Homepage: https://www.princehotels.com/hiroshima/
Even if you're not staying at the hotel, you can enjoy a meal at one of the in-house restaurants or visit the bar. The menu includes Japanese food, buffet dining, and Chinese cuisine (some shops are temporarily closed).
We recommend visiting the Molokini Lounge on the first floor. You can gaze out at the Seto Inland Sea from the large windows while savoring this blissful moment.
The menu features light meals, including pasta, curry rice, and sandwiches. It's an ideal place for either lunch or afternoon tea.
When our writer visited at lunch, she ordered the Hiroshima Spinach and Salmon Fettucine Coffee Set (1,850 yen).
The menu showcases creative touches, including the use of Hiroshima-grown ingredients. The menu changes seasonally, so you can look forward to some tasty surprises each visit.
Lunch entrees start from 1,000 yen. Although this is a first-class hotel, the prices remain reasonable. This is definitely a spot offering great value for customers.
All of the lunch sets include coffee.
Upon closer look at the coffee cup, you'll see that it's engraved with an image of Itsukushima Shrine's torii gate.
This delicate touch gives visitors an appreciation for Hiroshima's unique destinations. Somehow, you can't help but get a special feeling when spotting these details.
While sipping coffee by the window, you can savor a blissful moment staring out at the hotel garden and the Seto Inland Sea.
Although your phone is tucked away in your bag, you may feel the urge to pull out your pen and notebook.
It's easy to become overwhelmed by a daily to-do list and time constraints. Without realizing it, you can often lose track of where you're headed in life.
When this happens, our writer likes to stop and spend a quiet moment organizing her thoughts by jotting down what's on her mind.
Feel free to visit this peaceful lounge, even if your're traveling by yourself. It's the perfect place to read or do some personal reflection.
When our writer took a breather and stepped outside, a ferry traveling to and from Miyajima entered the harbor.
If departing from the pier in front of the hotel, it takes 26 minutes to get to Miyajima and 19 minutes to Etajima.
If you're heading to Hiroshima for sightseeing, it's convenient to arrive at Miyajima without making a single train transfer.
When looking out at the peaceful waters of the Seto Inland Sea, you can put your troublesome thoughts in order and settle into serenity.
It's hard to relax in a busy cafe when you want to connect with yourself or enjoy a conversation with someone you haven't seen in a while. So, a peaceful and calm hotel lounge is an ideal place to go.
Making good use of a hotel isn't strictly about booking accommodations.
Why not plan a refreshing getaway to the Grand Prince Hotel Hiroshima—a hotel near the city center where extraordinary experiences await.
In cooperation with Grand Prince Hotel Hiroshima
Photos by Karin