Interview with General Manager of Tune Hotel Liverpool Street

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[HD videos below] Tune Hotels opened its second hotel in London on 27 December 2011.

The Tune Hotel Liverpool Street is in what many would describe as a perfect location for both business and leisure travellers, with the Tube underground train system just a 5-minute walk away, and numerous attractions, restaurants and bars, right on the hotel's doorstep.

So which markets is the hotel targetting? How does the Tune Hotel Liverpool Street differ from Tune Hotels' first hotel in London, the Tune Hotel Westminster? What will the garden area be used for when it opens? What is included in the room rate, and what does a guest have to pay extra for? How do the room categories differ? What is so great about the hotel's location? And what is the Barclay Bike Scheme all about and is it something travellers can use?

On 30 December 2011, just three days after the hotel soft opened, asked Mr. Richard Clarke, General Manager of the Tune Hotel Liverpool Street, all these questions and much more. Watch the video below.

Interview with Mr. Richard Clarke - GM of Tune Hotel Liverpool Street

Double Room with Window @ Tune Hotel Liverpool Street

See also: Tune Hotels' Expansion Plans in London - Interview and more: Videos

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