Tune Hotel Review

2013-12-29T15:27:05+08:00 December 29th, 2013FeaturedVISIT SITEVIEW ON MAP

Tune Hotel along Archbishop Reyes Avenue in Cebu City has a lot of practical lodging options to offer you. Though practical and affordable, it nonetheless offers top quality basics, space efficiency, and 5-star room amenities—with optional non-essential add-ons that guests often do not use but pay for anyway. At least, to Tune Hotel’s hostelry perception, that is. This is easily gleamed in its façade and lobby contemporary designs; nothing fancy but everything functional.

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Rooms are designed to ensure quality rest, decent sleep, and tidy surroundings. Guests may not find them over furnished as they do other hotels, but they can rest assured that everything they need for a comfy and relaxing stay is provided for: posh beds, power showers, fussy tidiness, all-day security, and overall, a strategic location conducive to convenient travel.

There are 106 Double Rooms, 43 Twin Rooms, and an accessible room at Tune Hotel in Cebu. A Double room has a queen bed, electronic safe, bathroom, and ceiling fan and is good for a couple and their child. A Twin room is ideal for 2 adults with the same amenities as a Double. However, both room types have options for air-conditioning, cable TV, WiFi, with toiletries and towels as additional add-ons.

Accessibility to Other Places

Tune Hotel in Cebu is ideal for tourists who look for accessibility to other tourist-worthy places in the city. It is very near [right across] the Ayala Center, near the international airport, about 2 km from SM City, and the CitiGym. UP Cebu is within minutes away.

As far as historical sites, guests can easily visit Magellan’s Cross, Basilica del Sto Nino, Casa Gorordo Museum, the Chinese Taoist Temple, and Fort San Pedro. Laguna Garden Café, Starbucks, and The Brown Cup are ideal places for snacks, drinks, refreshments, or meals.

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