Tune’s big plans for Melbourne

Tune Hotels is establishing its Australia and New Zealand operational headquarters in Melbourne to help drive its local expansion plans that includes three to four hotels in the Victorian capital at a cost of $47 million to $57 million each.
The first Tune Hotel in Australia will open in Melbourne on 1 November.

The 225-room Tune Hotel Melbourne is in Swanston St, Carlton.

Tune Hotels currently has one hotel in India, 11 in Malaysia, five in Britain and four each in the Philippines, Thailand and Indonesia while future projects are planned in Japan, the Middle East, Europe and Africa.

The international budget hotel chain, backed by Malaysian entrepreneur and AirAsia boss Tony Fernandes, is expected to launch a sharemarket float worth at least $US500 million during the next two years, underpinned by plans to build up to 20 hotels in Australia.

The basic room rate at Tune Hotel Melbourne inclusive of air-conditioning and/or heating. For an additional $10, guests will get a pair of towels and toiletry kits and enjoy high-speed wireless broadband and Foxtel TV entertainment.

Tune Hotel Melbourne features an indoor courtyard, a recreational lounge, a restaurant, café/ convenience store, luggage storage, self-service launderette and computer kiosks. It is also equipped with a basement car park, something unusual for city centre hotels in Australia.

All Tune hotels feature space-efficient, streamlined rooms focusing on high-quality basics: 5-star beds and powerful hot showers. The strategically located hotels provide housekeeping services, electronic keycard access into rooms, extensive CCTV systems, and no access into the main lobby without a keycard past midnight for extra security.

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