You may have items in your hotel room that you don’t use. Also, you may want to stay in a hotel, but at the smallest price possible. Tune Hotels offers you just that: rooms with a bed, shower and security. Want more? Pay extra for each item.
If it’s too hot and you want to use the air conditioning you have to pay. If you want a towel in your room or housekeeping or to watch some TV you also have to pay more.
Now, that’s not really a bad concept. You have what you want – all depending on your budget. The hotel chain is looking for an expansion. Tune Hotels want to offer rooms for prices lower than $100 in main cities and have plans to open future properties in Darwin, Perth, Sydney and the Gold Coast.
It seems that there are many people around the world that like the system offered by this chain. In fact, according to Mark Lankester, Group CEO of Tune Hotels.com, quoted in an article, “<More consumers are demanding a ‘5-star sleeping experience at a 1-star price’ so that they can spend their hard-earned income on shopping, dining and recreational pursuits outside the hotel.
Tune Hotels.com’s healthy occupancy figures confirm it has hit upon a concept that resonates with today’s modern traveller.>
More than 500,000 guests have stayed at the hotel chain so far.”.
Now, that’s something!
“There are currently 12 Tune Hotels including nine in Malaysia and two in Bali, Indonesia.
Tune Hotels’ existing hotels are located in Kuala Lumpur, KLIA-LCCT Airport, Kota Damansara, Penang, Johor Bahru, Kuching, Bintulu, Kota Kinabalu and Kota Bharu; Kuta and Legian in Bali.”.
By 2015, Tune Hotels hopes to have 100 hotels around the world.
What about you: would you stay in such a hotel?