KUALA LUMPUR: Tune Hotels has opened another two hotels in Kings Cross and Paddington, making them the brand's third and fourth hotels in London.
It already has hotels in Westminster and Liverpool Street in the city.
With the opening of both hotels, the move cements the group's position as one of capital's leading budget hotel chains.
The two new London hotels are part of the 30 which are being opened globally over the next 12 months, said a statement.
Tune Hotels is part of the Tune Group, the lifestyle business conglomerate founded by Tan Sri Tony Fernandes and Datuk Kamarudin Meranun, who are the Group Chief Executive Officer and Deputy Group Chief Executive Officer, respectively, of AirAsia, Asia's largest low-cost carrier.
"More Tune Hotels are scheduled for opening in Asean, the United Kingdom, India and Australia that will give our guests even more options for travel destinations.
"We encourage guests to stay tuned for Tune Hotel's latest opening and promotions via Face book and Twitter," Mark Lancaster, Group of Tune Hotels Group Chief Executive Officer was quoted as saying in the statement.