Hilton’s first flagship hotel in Hiroshima has officially opened its
doors. The hotel is located within walking distance of the Atomic Bomb
Dome, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and Peace Memorial Park, a 10-minute
drive from Hiroshima station.
Hilton Hiroshima is also a stone’s throw away from major dining,
shopping and sightseeing spots such as the Hiroshima Castle and
Itsukushima Shrine with its famous floating torii gate.
The hotel’s opening is just in time to meet the needs of business
travellers attending the G7 summit in Hiroshima next year, and also
leisure travellers intending to travel to Japan as its borders gradually
420 rooms, the Hilton Hiroshima is ideal for housing MICE delegates and
even hosting MICE events with its 19 banquet and meeting rooms that can
accommodate more than 1,000 attendees.
Additional hotel facilities include four restaurants, an executive
lounge, a wedding chapel, a fitness centre, an indoor pool, sauna, and
the very first L’Occitane branded spa in the region.
The FlOW lounge presents an array of options for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The four F&B options are:
• FLOW Lounge — A social space for
freshly brewed coffee and pastries in the morning, healthy and hearty
dishes during lunch, artisanal sweets in the afternoon, or cocktails
with locally sourced and produced tapas in the evening.
• MOZAIK —
The hotel’s all-day dining restaurant featuring breakfast, lunch, and
dinner buffet spreads created from local ingredients, alongside à la
• SENSUI — A Japanese restaurant helmed by two-starred
Michelin chef Takagi featuring sushi, teppanyaki and kaiseki created
from the region’s best quality local produce.
• ZATTA Bar &
Lounge — A place to unwind for afternoon tea and evening cocktails,
including locally produced sake, with live music.
The décor throughout the hotel, from the rooms to the restaurants, is
inspired by Hiroshima’s nature and culture, with blue accents that
reflect the Seto Inland Sea, art featuring graphic designs of Japanese
maple tree, and amenities such as Bizen porcelain teacups which are
inspired by the traditional craftsmanship of the region.
The hotel offers aerial views of the city with sceneries as far as the Seto Inland Sea and distance mountains.
Hilton Hiroshima’s opening marks Hilton’s 600th property worldwide.