Tune Launches THB 10 Promotion @ Hotels in Pattaya and Hat Yai

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 8 November 2011

Tune Hotels has confirmed that it is pressing ahead with the opening of its hotels in Hat Yai and Pattaya, scheduled for 16 December 2011 and 17 February 2012 respectively.

To celebrate Tune Hotels has launched a 10 Baht promotion for rooms at both Tune Hotel Hat Yai and Tune Hotel Pattaya. The promotion is available from today (8 November 2011) until 18 November 2011 and is available on a first come, first served basis, for stays starting from the respective hotels opening date until 30 November 2012.

Group CEO of Tune Hotels, Mark Lankester said, The current floods have been one of the worst calamities ever faced by Thailand in recent history but as was proven over and over again, the Thai economy and its people will emerge stronger after each episode and this time it will be no different. Tune Hotels is pleased to be part of and contribute to the nations recovery process. The opening of Tune Hotels in Hat Yai and Pattaya during these difficult times is proof of Tune Hotels determination to be an active player and contributor to the Thai economy especially in the tourism industry.

Apart from Hat Yai and Pattaya, Tune Hotels rollout plan in Thailand for 2012 includes Asoke in Bangkok and Patong in Phuket.

Elsewhere, more hotels are scheduled for opening in the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, the UK, Australia and India.

Tune Hotels currently operates 10 hotels in Malaysia, two in Bali, Indonesia and one in London, England.

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