We recently spotted a great article about London’s best Indian food on the cheap - and doesn’t this picture just make you want to grab some? The article mentions that to enjoy easy access to those delicious budget Indian joints you might want to stay in one of the cheapest hotels in London with good transportation links, such as Tune Kings Cross; or even at its sister budget hotel, Tune Liverpool Street, which is even closer to London’s vibrant Brick Lane.
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We recently blogged about the early opening sale of the Tune Hotel Paddington. This is the first Tune to enter the competitive Paddington hotels market and was recently toured by London Hotels Insight bloggers who were impressed by its central location (near Oxford Street and Paddington) and its focus on the locality - the hotel even offers special discounts in neighborhood restaurants for people like us who like to save money! Seems like a cool place to stay if you’re looking for a cheap but clean hotel room where you can crash comfortably for a few nights.
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We love to save money; but finding cheap hotels in London can be a nightmare for someone who has never been to the city. Many budget hotels are far from the city centre and their standards of cleanliness often leave something to be desired (which you wouldn’t of course find out until check-in).
We are happy to have discovered Tune Hotels - a budget hotel chain which runs some of the the cheapest hotels in London and which also prides itself on its premium beds, power showers, convenient locations, cleanliness, friendly staff and 24-hour security. If you’re not convinced yet, you can read this review of Tune Hotel Westminster which has quickly established itself as one of the best value hotels in Westminster. At Tune Hotels you only pay for the hotel amenities that you use and they don’t rip you off with extras you don’t need or want.
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