Tune hotels introduces best-value breakfast

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Tune Hotels, pioneers of the hotel industry’s limited service model, has launched a breakfast package as one of its ‘add on’ options. The new breakfast offering, titled the Breakfast Collection, will be introduced to Tune London, Liverpool Street in August and will then be introduced to new hotels as they open and rolled out across Tune’s other hotels in London, Liverpool, Newcastle and Edinburgh.

Tune Hotels Breakfast CollectionResponding to the rise in guests looking for a high-quality, great-value breakfast while staying in Tune locations, the hotel is introducing a £7.00 morning meal package. This will include five breakfast items, one being a hot drink, allowing guests to choose their preferred items from a buffet display located adjacent to reception. The self-serve options include warm pastries, croissants, cereals, yoghurts, cheese, fresh fruit and juices. A range of hot drinks will also be available, including freshly ground coffee and a wide selection of teas.

Guests can pre-book when reserving a room to secure the breakfast at a discounted price of £6.50. Additional items will be available to buy at £1.50 each.

The breakfast forms part of Tune Hotels’ promise to offer great value rooms with high-quality basics including excellent beds, powerful showers, central locations, a clean environment and 24-hour security. Unlike other hotels, you only pay for the non-essential facilities and services if you use them – ensuring a fair price no matter what time of the year you visit.

Details on all Tune Hotels’ UK and worldwide hotels and latest rates, visit www.tunehotels.com or for real-time updates and promotional alerts on all UK hotels, stay connected via Facebook atwww.facebook.com/tunehotelsuk or on Twitter www.twitter.com/tunehotelsuk.

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