Tune Hotels Opens Kings Cross and Paddington Hotels in London

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 17 July 2012

[HD video below] Tune Hotels continues to expand its portfolio of hotels in London with two new additions in Kings Cross and Paddington.

Tune Hotels now has four hotels open in London which is just days away from hosting the Olympic Games.

Tune Hotel Kings Cross is located on Grays Inn Road, just 500 metres from Kings Cross and St Pancras train stations.

Formally Swinton House, the building features 217 bedrooms including twin, double and accessible rooms, with and without windows.

Tune Hotel Paddington, located within a five-minute walk of Paddington mainline station, has 137 double, twin and accessible en-suite bedrooms, along with a coffee shop area offering an array of light refreshments.

The two new London hotels are part of 30 which are being opened globally over the next 12 months.

Mark Lankester, Group CEO of Tune Hotels, said, More Tune Hotels are scheduled for opening in ASEAN, the UK, India and Australia, that will give our guests even more options for travel destinations.

Tune Hotel Westminster recently won the Trip advisor Certificate of Excellence Award for the second year running, while Tune Hotel Liverpool Street was voted Best UK City Hotel by the Sunday Times Travel Magazine.

Tune Hotels is part of Tune Group, a lifestyle business conglomerate co-founded by Tan Sri Tony Fernandes and Dato Kamarudin Meranun, who are the Group CEO and Deputy Group CEO respectively of Asias largest low cost carrier AirAsia.

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