After five years of providing affordable hotel
rooms to passengers of KLIA’s Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT),
the Tune Hotel KLIA-LCCT will close down effective 9 May 2014,
giving way to a brand new, 400-room Tune Hotel klia2 that will
open on the same day.
Tune Hotel klia2 is directly connected to
the new klia2 terminal via a covered walkway and link bridge. A
short 10-minute walk is all that it takes to get to the terminal,
allowing easy and convenient access to check-in counters as well
as the Gateway@klia2 shopping mall.
With an annual capacity of 45 million
passengers, the klia2 is the world's largest purpose-built
terminal dedicated for LCCs that replaces the current LCCT.
new airport commences commercial operations on 2 May 2014, while
the AirAsia Group will move its entire operations at LCCT to the
klia2 on 9 May 2014.
Group CEO of Tune Hotels,
Mark Lankester said, “We are extremely excited with this new
hotel. To us and all our guests, the new Tune Hotel klia2 is as
highly anticipated as the klia2 airport itself. It is set to be
the largest in the Tune Hotels platform and will be our flagship
He said guests with a booking at the
Tune Hotel KLIA-LCCT will automatically be transferred to the Tune
Hotel klia2 on 9 May 2014.
“Tune Hotel KLIA-LCCT
will operate until 8 May and for all bookings with dates of stay
made up to 8 May, guests will remain at the current Tune Hotel
KLIA-LCCT. To facilitate guest relocation, all in-house guests
will be provided complimentary transfer to the klia2 terminal
building and Tune Hotel klia2 on 9 May. For guests with bookings
for 9 May and after, check-in will be at the Tune Hotel klia2,”
celebrate the opening of Tune Hotel klia2, an all-in rate from only RM98 nett per room per night
is available. Bookings can
be made from 2 May up to 4 May 2014 for stays at Tune Hotel klia2
from 9 May 2014 up to 31 January 2015. The number of rooms at this
rate is limited. Terms and conditions apply.
really listened to our guests over the last few years and have
taken into account collaborative comments made to us in terms of
how we can improve what we do. As a result, we have innovatively
transformed the guestroom experience into a modern-style
accommodation featuring the all-new room design with a sleek
writing table, luggage platform and a 32-inch flat screen LED TV,
bringing about an improved, sophisticated but cool ambience
throughout the property. Business and leisure guests as well as
airline passengers on extended waits will enjoy a totally improved
experience and most importantly a very comfortable and refreshing
stay,” said Mark.
Meanwhile, guests on short
transits can opt for short stay ‘Refresher Package’ that is
available between 9.00 am to 6.00 pm daily, subject to
availability of rooms. This option is however only available for
To add to the guest experience and
comfort, the hotel’s spacious lobby has been designed to
feature a cool casual seating lounge with free wifi, and an
expansive open-air courtyard lounge, overlooked on the ground
floor by a 24-hour restaurant and beverage centre.
For guests with
further transportation needs, the hotel includes a transport
counter for overland transport needs and for flights, two AirAsia
self check-in kiosks within the lobby for added convenience to
hotel guests. For airline passengers the lobby area features flight information displays for up-to-date information on arrivals
In terms of transport connectivity,
the klia2 terminal boasts not only bus and taxi services but also
the Express Rail Link KLIA Express train service that connects to
and from Kuala Lumpur Sentral. For guests arriving at or departing
from the KLIA Main Terminal, they can make use of the scheduled
shuttle service via the Express Rail link that charges just RM2 one way and stroll over to the hotel via its covered link bridge
For those who drive in, Tune Hotel
klia2 has 167 parking bays which are conveniently located just a
few steps away from the airport terminal.
currently 44 Tune Hotels available for booking across Malaysia,
Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, England, Scotland,
Australia, India and Japan.
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