Tune Hotels expands in the Philippines

International hospitality group Tune Hotels is strengthening is portfolio of value-for-money hotel rooms by opening in Cagayan De Oro, the first of four hotels it will open in the Philippines this year. The 159-room Tune Hotel Cagayan De Oro opened in the heart of the Lapasan Central Business District, taking the group’s portfolio of hotels in the Philippines to five.

Tune Hotels gained a foothold and acceptance of the brand’s concept in the Philippines, with the first hotel opening in Angeles City (165 rooms) in February 2012, followed by Cebu (150 rooms) later in February, Ermita (167 rooms) in March, and Makati (213 rooms) in July last year.

There will be further expansions this year. After Cagayan De Oro, there will be hotels in Quezon City (140 rooms), Ortigas (182 rooms) and Davao (155 rooms) for a total of eight hotels opened within a two year period. 

The Tune Hotels brand is owned and operated by Red Planet Hotels in the Philippines.

The new Cagayan De Oro property is also the first Tune Hotel in the Philippines to have a function room catering to up to 30 guests for meetings and social gatherings. There will also be a restaurant at the ground floor to serve breakfast and provide food and beverage services for meetings and events.

There are now Tune hotel in the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, India, England and Scotland.

Tune Hotels is a sister company to the Air Asia group of airlines.


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