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    Tune Hotels’ Liverpool Street property is nearing completion of a 34-room extension of its current 183 room hotel.

    The newly designed rooms will be unveiled this July and will feature in-room mood lighting control and 40” televisions.

    The Liverpool Street hotel, which opened its doors in 2011, sits amongst four additional Tune hotels in the capital, with expansion planned already this year for a hotel in Shoreditch.

    Tune Hotels Liverpool Street
    Also during September, guests at Tune Hotel Liverpool Street will be treated to a fascinating visit from the Time Truck, showcasing excavations that have recently been undertaken by the Museum of London Archaeology. These excavations have brought to light a small but impressive assemblage of artefacts that unearth the lives and habits of those who lived in this now fashionable district during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. These include tea and dining wares, clay tobacco pipes, blacking bottles, historic images, maps and photographs.

    Tune Hotels Liverpool Street
    General Manager of Tune Hotel, Liverpool Street, Ally Pasaprates, said “There’s so much to look forward to this summer, not only will the Time Truck exhibition come directly to the hotel in September, offering guests a unique museum experience with ultimate convenience, but the extension of the hotel means guests can view these ancient findings in spectacularly modern facilities.”

    Tune Hotels’ promise is to offer great value rooms with high-quality basics including excellent beds, powerful showers, central locations, a clean environment and 24-hour security. And, unlike other hotels, you only pay for non-essential facilities and services if you use them ensuring a great price no matter what time of the year you visit. Tune Hotels has eight established hotels in the UK, five in London, one in Edinburgh, one in Newcastle and one in Liverpool.

    Daniel Fountain / 13.07.2016

    Editor, Hotel Designs

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