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Budget Chain Tune Hits Southern Thailand

Category: Hotels, Posted:24 Dec 2011 | 06:00 am

The AirAsia accommodation spin off Tune Hotels has opened in Hat Yai with 148 rooms.
Next year looks to be a big year for the fast emerging chain in the Kingdom with properties in Pattaya, Bangkok and Patong set to roll out.
Currently Tune now have 14 hotels worldwide with two in Bali, ten in Malaysia, and one in the UK.
Asia looks to be fast tracked for the brand with the Philippines and Indonesia having the largest pipeline of projects set to come out in the next two years.
Regionally Tune has a master franchise agreement with Bangkok based Red Planet Hotels.

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