Newcastle is the 6th property in UK after the Canary Wharf in reply to the growing tourism market.
The hotel opened its door last October 17 in Proctor House, a listed building which has unique mosaic tiling in the corridors and stairwells. Newcastle Tune Hotel is near the Central railway station, St. James' Park, Angel of the North and the Newcastle University campus.
Tune Hotels' promise to offer guests amazing value rooms with high-quality basics like 5 star beds and powerful showers. Hotel has a clean environment with 24-hour wifi and security. Newcastle Tune Hotel ensures a fair price no matter what time of the year people visit. Price starts at £25 a night for a queen or twin room and using a demand based dynamic pricing system. You can book early online to get the regular promotional prices and special offer.
"Newcastle is a vibrant city and full of eclectic people and places, perfect for Tune Hotel's newest location" said Mark Lankester, Group CEO of Tune Hotels. Tune Hotels aim to have a further 25 hotels across the UK in the next five years. Mark also said that as an entrepreneurial company, it is not about being the biggest: it's about being an urban fun brand, ideally suited to city centres where guests want to get out and about to explore or need a central location if on business or leisure that won’t break the bank.
Tune is targeting major business cities across the UK such as London, Manchester, Birmingham and Leeds. Details on all Tune Hotels’ UK and worldwide hotels and latest rates are available at www.tunehotels.com or check out their Facebook or Twitter.