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a very nice place to stay, friendly stuff, clean, well maintained property.
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Located in Hatsukaichi, Miyajima Hotel Makoto is in the historical district and near the beach. Itsukushima Shrine and Atomic Bomb Dome are local landmarks, and some of the area's attractions include Miyajima Aquarium and Mt. Misen. Senjokaku Hall and Hiroshima Shokubutsu Park are also worth visiting.
Miyajima island is a wonderful spot to spend two or three days. Crowded and touristy between 9 and 3 for sure - but outside of those times, quite special. The sika deer are a novelty but where we come from, they are edible rather than cute so was constantly left wondering if someone would miss one. The hotel is nice with good room size and traditional tatami and futon sleeping arrangements. Especially liked the traditional bathhouse. One thing to be aware is that the advertised restaurant does not exist. The staff were quite bemused when I showed them the Expedia advertising of said facility. Not just is there no seafood specialty as described - there is no restaurant at all. That would be fine but be aware that most establishments in the village close shortly after people head back to the mainland on the last (3pm ish) ferry. Still, a few places stay open and offer good food. Les Clos is a class above. Bambino is also good and do a proper but slightly expensive marguerita. Miyajima Brewery was also good. Most other places are fine with the usual fare and many do local oysters. Their treatment of them (steamed, pickled etc) is a travesty for those of us who like our seafood raw and fresh. Have fun.