Stay in style in a budget hotel
Book a hotel in the city without blowing the budget. By Jane Lovatt
Anyone who has ever cut corners on accommodation and found themselves sleeping on a lumpy mattress or standing under a trickling shower will be in for a treat in a Tune hotel. They offer smart, simple, squeaky-clean rooms at rock-bottom prices but with top-notch facilities. You’ll find super-comfy beds with quality bed linen and power showers. Rooms feel fresh and spacious enough to relax in and the locations are excellent.
Visitors to London can choose a Tune hotel in Westminster, Liverpool Street, Kings Cross and Paddington. These key postcodes have got the city covered in all directions, as well as being close to good transport links.
They cater for discerning travellers of all ages looking for a no-frills experience with the kind of basics you might find in a far more expensive establishment. You pay for extras such as wi-fi and towels but can expect a good night’s sleep and a hot, refreshing shower to start your day.
● Tune hotel in Liverpool Street has a coffee shop and tranquil garden where you can enjoy a little peace before heading out to the shops and markets.
● Guests can either buy a comfort package (including towel, toiletries, TV, wi-fi and hairdryer) for £7.50, or keep it really economical and bring their own.
A double or twin room costs £35, £50, £60 or £75. The cheapest rooms are without windows but have the same facilities. To book, visit www.tunehotels.com.
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