Love the layout of their bathroom here - it is quite spacious. The shower, the toilet and the wash basin are all segregated. Room is spacious. Short walking distance to the JR station.
The entrance was a bit tricky for us to find, probably due to the Oktoberfest happening just outside its entrance.
Staffs are lovely & polite. There was a bit of difficulty in communicating what we need but it was not a big issue.
If you take the airport bus, you will drop off at the Shinkansen exit. From there, cross the overhead bridge near Hotel Granvia Hiroshima to the opposite side. Walk towards the Hiroshima Television Corporation. The hotel is in the building next to the Hiroshima Television Corporation. You need to take the lift to the reception. The hotel provides sheet masks for ladies and you can select your choice of drip coffee and tea when you check in. There is an in-house channel that you can check if the coin-operated washing machine is available. The hotel room has usb charging ports so an adapter is not required. There is a 7-eleven in the same building of the hotel and there is also a Lawson nearby. The hotel has polite and helpful staff. You can check out automatically by inserting the hotel room key card into a machine at the lobby.
This was my last of 8 different hotels I stayed at while traveling around Japan. Although it is new and very clean I will say this was the worst hotel I stayed at because of the staff at check in. I had multiple issues, some could have been due to miscommunication, but still handled poorly. I had checked in and then put my bags in as I was immediately going out for an appointment. After arriving back I had to re-check in again. I had to fill out the paperwork and provide passports etc again. When I mentioned it was already done by the staff member next to her she got incredibly defensive and was visibly angry with me. I re-checked in and got my room. They put me in a room that had water leakage and was very noisy; something uncommon to deal with in Japan. Overall, I would like to recommend other hotels in Hiroshima if you stay there. If you need to stay near the station the Granvia and Sheraton are much better options. Some may have good experiences at this Daiwa but I sure didn't.