Tune Hotel Pattaya Opens With 199 Baht Rooms
Budget Hotel Value At Its Best
February 7, 2012
BANGKOK, THAILAND - The award-winning budget hotel brand taking Asia by storm - Tune - will swing open the doors of its latest property when the 192-room Tune Hotel Pattaya starts receiving its firsts guests on February 17.
To celebrate the opening of the second Tune hotel in Thailand (The Tune Hotel Hat Yai opened in December 2011), Tune is offering guests booking through www.tunehotels.com the chance to stay in Pattaya at the amazing rate of just 199 baht per night. Extra hotel services can be requested at the time of booking.
The rooms will go on sale between February 10 and 17 for travellers booking stays in Pattaya between February 17 and April 5, with no black out dates.
Group Chief Executive officer of Tune Hotels, Mark Lankester said: "The opening of Tune Hotel Pattaya marks a crucial point of Tune Hotels' expansion in Thailand. It verifies our strong commitment towards Thailand and its tourism industry. This follows the successful opening of Tune Hotel Hat Yai, and with more Tune Hotels coming up in Thailand we are proud to be playing an even bigger role."
The Tune Hotel Pattaya is owned and developed by the visionary Bangkok-based investment company Red Planet Hotels and Chief Executive Officer, Tim Hansing, said the great rate on offer for the opening won't last long as they will be snapped up by keen travellers.
"Pattaya will be one of the busiest hotels in the network, so we don't expect these great rates to be available for long but there will be more chances for travellers who love the brand to take advantage more great value rates across the network as the year goes on," Mr Hansing said.
"Red Planet is opening Tune Hotels in Angeles, Cebu and Makati in the Philippines in the coming weeks before we open more hotels in Indonesia and Thailand (Bangkok, Phuket) later in the year. The Tune brand is spreading in key cities across these countries where we will be presenting more rates offering superb value to out loyal customers."
The Tune Hotel Pattaya is located on the beach resort's bustling Second Road, just minutes from the beach, shopping, entertainment and nightlife. Just a 90-minute drive from Bangkok's international airport, the hotel is already proving popular with Thai and international tourists who want a comfortable, clean, safe and secure hotel to stay in before enjoying all that Pattaya has to offer.
About Tune Hotels
Tune Hotels is part of the lifestyle business conglomerate Tune Group that was founded by Tan Sri Tony Fernandes and Dato' Kamarudin Meranun. Tune Hotels seeks to innovate and revolutionise the way services are made available and has employed efficient web-based technologies to reach and engage its customers, presenting a unique lifestyle opportunity.
Since launch, Tune Hotels has welcomed three million guests in its properties throughtout Asia and the UK.
All Tune Hotels' properties feature space-efficient, streamlined rooms focusing on high-quality basics: a 5-star bed, powerful hot showers and energy-conserving ceiling fans along with housekeeping services, electronic keycard access into rooms, CCTV surveillance, and 24-hour security. Through Tune Hotels' pay-as-you-use system of add-ons, WiFi, TV, laundered towels and other energy-consuming facilities and amenities, Tune Hotels aims to help guests conserve both their funds as well as the earth's resources.
About Red Planet Hotels Limited Red Planet Hotels Limited (RPHL) was formed in 2010 and is a privately owned regional hotel investment company focused on Asia's emerging markets by developing a portfolio of budget hotels in China, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand and Bangladesh.
RPHL owns the hotels it operates and they are all managed under a franchise agreement with Tune Hotels and was formed with a vision to capture the growth in the worldwide limited-service hotel market, supported by the growth in budget airlines and the robust economy of the ASEAN region and China.
Headquartered in Bangkok, RPHL now has 3,126 Tune Hotel rooms under development.