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    New Budget Hotel in Central Kuala Lumpur

    Tony Fernandes, the founder of Air Asia has opened a new budget hotel in central KL. Room rate MR55.

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    Tune Hotel takes off to a swinging start


    Tune Hotel is situated at the crossroads of Jalan Raja Laut and Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman in Kuala Lumpur.
    KUALA LUMPUR: Tune Hotel, Malaysiaís first no -frills hotel is off to a promising start.

    Even before its opening on Friday, the 173-room hotel was already fully booked for its first three days and its founder Datuk Tony Fernandes, is confident that things can only get better.

    "I canít explain it but I have a good feeling about this venture," he said, adding that he had a similar vibe when he started AirAsia.

    The chief executive officer of AirAsia paid a surprise visit to the hotel yesterday and greeted the guests. Accompanying him were the hotelís chairman, Datuk Kalimullah Hassan, and its director, Datuk Kamaruddin Meranun.

    Hapandi Daud, a banker from Johor who was staying for two nights, said the hotel was luxurious compared to other budget hotels.
    "The rooms are cosy and clean. The key card was a delightful surprise as I did not expect that level of security for the price I paid."

    The room rates start from RM9.99 with an average rate of RM55.

    http://www.nst.com.my/Current_News/N...cle/index_html

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    I have stayed there recently. Paid about $12 USD for a double room, with 12 hours of aircon (you have to pay extra for that). It was acceptable, but small if I was staying for any length of time, and without TV or things I would like to have if there for a long time. One or two nights, even maybe 3, okay, or depending on if you have 18 hours of things to do per day outside the hotel, maybe great for a long stay.

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