Wales went down 12-6 to England after shipping two early tries with Tom May benefiting with a brace of scores in the first twenty minutes, but Wales battled bravely and could so nearly have claimed another memorable success at HQ.
"Everyone is pretty disappointed, coming away with a losing bonus point isn't the worst result but unfortunately things didn't stick for us," said Hill, who put in a second huge performance in consecutive weekend finishing second in the tackle count to flanker Josh Navidi.
We were under the pump in the first 20 minutes and they won the game off that really.
"We weren't at our best and unfortunately unlike last week (against Scotland) things didn't stick. We lost the aerial battle early on in the kicking game.
"We are very disappointed and need a big week of training and then it's over to Ireland for a big one.
"Scott Williams said in the huddle on the pitch afterwards that we have been here before, lost a game and come back to win the championship, so the boys have still got to be confident."
"We put a decent performance in and were still going to try and pinch the win towards the end, so hats off for the boys for digging in. Hopefully we can turn it around and get a win out in Ireland."