Tune Hotel rocks Patong

PHUKET: THE Tune Hotel Patong has taken the main stage of one the world’s most renowned resort islands by storm, with a new focus on real value and more choices for savvy travellers.

Tune Hotel Patong is perfectly situated for guests to kick off their stay in the heart of Phuket’s vibrant local dining and shopping precinct. It is located within walking distance of the beach, nightlife and Jungceylon shopping mall (click here for map).

The popular lifestyle brand offers travellers serious value for money and Tune Hotel Patong is set to add to its hit parade with the in-house opening of the first Phuket branch of the popular Korean coffee shop Tom N Toms in July.

Owned and managed by Red Planet Hotels, the 144-room hotel has welcomed over 15,000 guests in the past three months alone. Guests from Thailand, China, Malaysia, UK, Australia, France, Indonesia and Russia lead the nationalities pouring into the property.

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Red Planet Hotels Senior Vice President – sales and marketing, Mark Armsden, said that the rapid success of the Patong property had been a great accomplishment for Tune Hotels and further confirmation that the brand was on track in delivering what travellers want – real value, more choices and more time to engage with the destination.

“Tune gives you a great night’s sleep in a custom-made bed, a power shower, a location in the heart of the action and unrivaled value. With the money guests save, by choosing Tune as their hotel, they can spend more time exploring the amazing array of local dining adventures, island hopping, shopping or indulging in the island’s famous nightlife,” said Mr Armsden.

Tune Hotel Patong, Phuket is the latest addition to the fast-growing Tune Hotels’ portfolio in Thailand, with prime locations in Bangkok, Pattaya and Hat Yai, and a rapidly expanding regional presence.

Mr Armsden said Red Planet Hotels saw Thailand as a key development market for the Tune brand and its pioneering approach to value hospitality.

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