The Tune Hotel Paddington has just opened and we’ve already visited the budget property for an exclusive tour. On arrival, we were greeted by the hotel’s friendly receptionists, pictured standing proudly in front of their new sign.
Having inspected all new Tune London hotels as they’ve sprung up, we were keen to note how the budget brand from Asia was evolving its model to adapt to the specific challenges of the London hotel market. We were able to chat to the hotel’s suave General Manager, Arron Dorjbat, who helped us fill the gaps in our little detective work. And unlike at some other hotels which we visit, Arron had the confidence to let us freely take our own photos (all pics in this post are our own and not PR photos). The first thing we noticed was the distinctly different ”buzz” in comparison to the other two Tune London properties in Westminster and Liverpool Street, largely because of its more central location. The reception is quite spacious and even has a cafe-style chill-out area with views onto the main road which takes you to Paddington station after a short walk.