Tune Hotel to Open in Bangkok 1 October 2012; Promo Rates from THB 100

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Monday, 2 July 2012

Tune Hotels is scheduled to open its first hotel in Bangkok, Thailand, on 1 October 2012.

Located on Sukhumvit Road, one of Bangkoks most important business and tourism arteries, Tune Hotel Asoke will have 130 rooms comprising double, twin-sharing and disabled-friendly rooms.

Tune Hotel Asoke is very important to us as it marks our presence in Bangkok, one of the worlds most visited cities. With thousands of home-grown and international hotel brands spread across the city, its everyones dream to be part of Bangkoks thriving tourism industry. With Tune Hotels innovative concept and highly competitive pricing, we are confident of providing visitors to Bangkok a world-class accommodation that offers great value and great savings, said Group CEO of Tune Hotels, Mark Lankester. Our central location on the bustling Sukhumvit Road provides easy accessibility for shopping, entertainment and dining an ideal location for our savvy travellers. We anticipate a great response from visitors to Bangkok, especially from Asia and Europe, where guests have become accustomed to and are familiar with our brand and concept.

To celebrate its opening, rooms at Tune Hotels Asoke, Bangkok are now open for booking from as low as 100 Baht per night (approximately RM10) for stays from 1 October 2012 up to 31 May 2013.

This pre-opening promotion started today (2 July 2012) and will run until 11 July 2012. Terms and conditions apply.

Tune Hotel Asoke is the  brands third property in Thailand after Hat Yai and Pattaya.

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