We stayed at Tune's the first weekend of October. Our stay was very pleasant, and we would recommend this to our friends, or just return ourselves again!
We arrived at 3 pm, which is the time they start the check in. While the receptionist was preparing the papers and the key I couldn't help to notice the price list on the desk - you have to pay extra for towels, tv, safe, wifi, hairdryer, cleaning, checking-in early and leaving your luggage at the reception. I couldn't believe what I was seeing, until the receptionist said that we had the towels, safe, wifi, tv and hairdryer included in our room price.
The room was not that big, but it was totally enough for two persons. The bed was comfortable. The window was looking at an office opposite the road, so we closed our curtains to avoid the workers' eyes. The only bad thing during our stay was the garbage containers just under the window. We stayed in room 111, and the trucks to empty those containers passed more than once during the weekend, and mainly in the early morning hours. This kept us waking up.
We didn't watch any tv. The hairdryer was hard to use - you need to keep the button pushed in order for it to work, and I had to push hard. The toilet was clean and the shower worked perfectly. The air condition in the room could be set for only max of 24 degrees, which was cold for me but this was easily fixed at the reception and they made it till 27 degrees. For some safety reason is set for only +/-3 degrees. There is no phone in the room, so when you need to talk with the reception you will need to get down there to see them.
We chose the hotel for the price and the location. We went for an event that was close to the hotel. The hotel can be found easily and reached by bus from London Bridge train station in few minutes. There are two bus stops very close to the hotel, so we took advantage of those. Also there is a pub just next to the hotel, and just a little walk away the Spitalfields Market, Liverpool Street Station with 24h cafe and a grocery store. Very lively and vibrant area, between the skyscrapers and the financial workers. You can bump into some street art around the corners and some interesting people with their own unique style.
We liked your stay a lot, and wish to return again. Just maybe in another room.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are a Limited Service concept hotel, offering low rates to our guests but without compromising on comfort, cleanliness, security, convenience and guest service.We believe in letting our guests know exactly what you pay for, and offer the capability to design your stay via reasonably priced pay-as-you-use add-ons including Towels & toiletries, TV, Room safe, Wi-Fi etc. The room rates start at £35 for a double room and all rooms have an en-suite bathroom with power shower.Situated just 5 minutes from Liverpool Street station, the hotel has great transport connections to Stansted Airport as well as across London through the Central, Metropolitan, Circle and Hammersmith & City Underground lines.The hotel is also just around the corner from Spitalfields Market, Brick Lane and Shoreditch so has an abundance of shops, restaurants and bars in its proximity. ... more less
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