Low Cost Tune Moves Into Australia

Asian ultra-low cost hotelier Tune is to open a 235-room property in Melbourne in August 2013. That will be followed by a 250-room hotel at Sydney Airport.

Tune’s limited service hotels offer on line room rates as low as $3 a night. Guests pay extra for towels, amenities, air conditioning, television and in-room Internet connections as they require them.

The hotel chain, which now has 18 properties, is owned by Air Asia boss Tony Fernandes.

Chief executive of Tune Hotels, Mark Lankester, said the company will be looking at other capital cities in Australia, notably Perth and Brisbane.

Tune opened its third London hotel last week and has properties in Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines and plans to have 100 properties world wide by 2015, including six in Australia.

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