We have stayed in several other Tune Hotels and although the Hat Yai branch has much larger rooms, we wouldn't really say it's good value for money nor is it up to the usual Tune high standard of accommodation.
At the time of booking there were no special offers available either on Tune Hotel's website or on the book sites. So we paid 1200 baht for a room with wifi, TV and toiletries package included.
An excellent location - close to the train station and Lee Garden Plaza, Central Department store and Robinsons department store area.
The lobby wasn't huge but big enough and the staff on the front desk were very friendly, spoke good English and got us checked in very fast. The lift will only work by holding up the key card to the panel, which is good for security. The corridors of the Tune Hotel building reminded us of dodgy University halls in the UK...it was a bit of a weird set up. The room access is also with the key card and there is a control panel for this key card as soon as you walk in the room.
First impression, yes the room is big but it's very spartan with blacked out windows, the walls were very dirty and there was a metal bar with 2 hangers for clothes. There was also a wall hanging TV and a small desk and stool. The bed was very comfortable with a nice duvet and pillows with bed side tables either side.
The bathroom was ok, the shower only had a partial glass enclosure which was fine, the rain dance shower head had excellent water pressure and the hot water was a good temperature. Toiletries provided were good.
The TV channels, however were dismal. As we were paying for the TV, we kind of expected to have a wide choice of channels but were disappointed in the selection.
Overall, it was a good stay - we got a really good sleep as the hotel seems to be very well sound-proofed, but we don't think we would stay here again unless the price was a lot less. It just wasn't worth 1200 baht, more like 600-700 baht at most. Hat Yai is quite an expensive city to stay in though, so this is probably reflected in the pricing for Tune.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Highly visible and right in down town Hat Yai, the Tune Hotel Hat Yai is in the perfect location in this busy southern Thailand city whether you are exploring its leisure activities or travelling for business and expecting a safe, clean stay that is also great value for money. Set in a safe and clean environment, Tune Hotel Hat Yai is home to 148 bedrooms with extremely comfortable queen-size or twin single beds with Tune Hotel’s famous duck down quilts and pillows, providing a homely night’s sleep at a value price point. Every room also contains a power shower, ceiling fan or air conditioning, large flat screen television, WiFi internet access, safe and a hair dryer.Inter-connecting and wheelchair access rooms are also available.The hotel is also home to the award-winning and newly opened Thai Odyssey Spa. The spa offers a full range of services from body scrubs, facials and local beauty programmes to an extensive range of traditional Thai and international massage techniques.There are also two fully-equipped meeting rooms in the Tune Hotel Hat Yai which can cater to meetings in various configurations, including 70 delegates theatre-style, 40 in a class-room format and 24 in a boardroom layout. ... more less
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