Tune Hotels Opens Second Hotel in London

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 27 December 2011

[HD videos below] Tune Hotels today opened its second London property at Liverpool Street with rooms from just 35 a night.

Located around 500 metres from Liverpool Street station, the new Tune Hotel features 183 en-suite bedrooms, all of which are 20% larger than the bedrooms at its sister property - the Tune Hotel Westminster.

 For the first time in the UK, Tune Hotels has also introduced twin bedrooms to the Liverpool Street property.

 The hotel even has a private courtyard garden, spanning 550 square metres, which will be accessible to all guests staying at the hotel.

Guests staying at a Tune Hotel can look forward to low-cost rooms focused on high-quality basics - comfortable beds, power showers, air conditioned rooms, central locations, a clean environment, and 24-hour security - with guests only paying extra for the facilities and services they use.

Mark Lankester, Group CEO of Tune Hotels, said, "We are committed to London as one of our core markets and will be striving for Liverpool Street to follow in the success of our Westminster property which has achieved average occupancies in excess of 96% since opening in August 2010."

The Mayor of London Boris Johnson added, "Affordable hotel rooms are always in high demand in London, and its fantastic to see Tune Hotels invest in the capital at such a crucial time for tourism ... There has never been a better opportunity to show our city off to the world as we gear up for one of the most extraordinary and exciting years in Londons history."

Bedrooms at Tune Hotel Liverpool Street start from 35 a night. Terms and conditions apply.

Double Room with Window @ Tune Hotels - Liverpool Street in London

Interview with Mr. Richard Clarke - General Manager - Tune Hotel Liverpool Street

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