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Tune Hotels Kicks off

Tune Hotels Kicks off RM2/Rp20.000 Sale
Guests save more with Add-on Packages and Removal of Admin Fee
PETALING JAYA, 21 May 2011 – From Monday, Tune Hotels rooms will go on sale from as low as RM2 for hotels in Malaysia and from Rp20,000 for their Indonesian hotels, giving further value to travelers after announcing their Comfort and Plus Packages and No Admin Fee earlier this year.

Karen Thong, General Manager - Marketing & Corporate Communications of Tune Hotels said “We’re delighted to announce our latest promotion in line with our promise of Great Value, Great Savings. Guests can further save 20% if they purchase their add-ons such as towel & toiletries and air condition credits known as the Comfort Package or 30% for television and in-room wifi named the Plus Package allowing guests to spend more on their shopping or what have you during their travels.”

The booking period is from 1200hrs (Malaysian time) on Monday, 23 May till 2359hrs (Malaysian time) on Friday, 3 June 2011, with the stay period from 1 March – 31 May 2012 available exclusively online at The promotional rates are available on first come first served basis and are subject to availability.


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