Richmond Hotel Tokyo Musashino (Richmond Hotel Tokyo Musashino)
2-4-1, NAKA-CHO, MUSASHINO, TOKYO 180-0006, JAPAN (Kichijoji / Shimokitazawa / NakanoArea)
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Bathtub was dirty and there was a hole on the light side of the bathtub and there was mold in the hole.
After taking a shower, I tried to...
- 2-4-1, NAKA-CHO, MUSASHINO, TOKYO 180-0006, JAPAN [map]
- Guide of Facilities
- Richmond Hotel Musashino is conveniently located a 7-minute walk from Mitaka Station, which is 20 minutes by train to Shinjuku. This makes is very suitable for business and leisure travelers to Tokyo. A short 15-minute walk away from the hotel is the Ghibli Museum. A wonderful spread of Western and Japanese cuisine is served at the breakfast buffet. The rooms are simply decorated with a range of amenities, and both wired Internet and WiFi are available in all rooms.
- Check In / Out
- Check-In: 14:00
- Access Guide
- 40 MIN. BY TRAIN FROM TOKYO STN. TO MITAKA STN. ON CHUO LINE AND 5-MIN. WALK.
- American Express, Diner's Club, JCB, Master Card, VISA
- Rooms/Indoor Facilities
- [Room Amenities]
Toilet With Automatic Douche, Towel, Trouser Presser (In Some Rooms), cleansing soap, Humidifier (Lending), Toothbrush, Modular Jack, Communication Satellite, Pajamas, Pay TV, LAN, Nightgown, Satellite TV (Free), Brush, Pot, TV, Telephone, Refrigerator, Hair Dryer, Desk Lamp, Humidifier, Shampoo, Razor, Bath Towel, Iron (Lending), Conditioner, Body Soap, Comb, Tea Set, Slippers,
Restaurant, Non Smoking Room, Vending Machine, Coin-Op Laundry,
Wheelchair Accessible, Barrier-free Restroom,
- Late Check-Out, Daily Newspaper, Early Check-In
- Other information
- PLEASE CALL THE HOTEL IF YOU ARRIVE EARLIER THAN YOUR CHECK-IN TIME.
Information Sources: Rakuten Travel INC
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Nearby Tourist Attractions
The setting of countless iconic movie scenes and the inspiration for songs, poetry, and literature worldwide, Tokyo barely requires an introduction. It’s hard for the kaleidoscopic neon lights, wacky pop culture, and some of the world’s tallest structures not to instill excitement in any first-time visitor to Tokyo, whether you’re in the very center of the hustle and bustle in Shinjuku or Shibuya or looking in from the quieter suburbs.