Tune Hotels .Com Downtown Kuala Lumpur

316 Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, (formerly Hotel Grand Centrepoint), Kuala Lumpur, 55100, Malaysia
(3 star hotel)
#36 of 756 hotels in Kuala Lumpur
Very Good (3.5 out of 5.0) 7 reviews
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Only if you are not fussy on cleanliness...

Bad (2.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 18, 2014

If you are not fussy about cleanliness, this is the hotel for you!
2nd time returning to this hotel, if I have a higher budget I will definitely choose other hotel.

? Cleanliness – stain toilet bowl, stain shower room, stain floor. I think they engage a cleaning service company to do the house keeping. Basically they just change the toilet towel, throw the rubbish (sometimes they forgot to do it, it happened to me), and change the bed sheet if needed. Forget about cleaning the toilet, shower door, toilet floor and sink, I doubt they clean it!
? Cockroaches – some rooms are cockroaches infested. Every night I can see 5-10 small cockroaches crawling on the floor sometimes even on the table!
? Housekeeping – can be very late …, 8pm! This is the time guest returns to the room and want to rest after working or travelling for the day!

They have such a good & compact design and it is such a pity that they never maintain the cleanliness. I think I am not the first person who comments on this hotel cleanliness. Hope the management can improve on this!

There is a staff that I would like to compliment, Mary. I was checking out and there was a frustrated guest in front me who complaint and scolded her for not being able to check in at 11am even though he paid for the early check in. And when reached my turn, she still able to put a friendly and welcoming smiles to me.

Washing Machine – only accept OLD 20 cents and 50 cents coin. The check in counter doesn’t have ‘stock’ for the old coins! RM3 for washing and from RM2 for drying.

Iron – Deposit RM30 for 2 hours usage.

I stayed here for quite some time due to business trip and I have seen guest making a scene when they are asking to pay for the add-ons. This is a place where you have to pay extra if you need extra and please have mercy on their staff and the staff just doing their job.

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Great for single traveler

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 28, 2012

Small ... good price. That's all we need for a day stop over in KL on our way to Au - NZ - Pacific Islands holiday. KL is a great place to stop over. Lots of great food and shopping close to the hotel. Clean and wifi is available. Just make sure you do not have more than 20kg luggage each.. and you're healthy fit people... otherwise you might not fit.

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Best value at the best location

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 22, 2012

Though most say Bukit Bintang is the best area to stay, i find the Golden Triangle area best. Ive been to KL 4 times now and i always stay at the Tune Hotel. The beds are super comfortable and super power showers. Location is walking distance to the Monorail and KL City center is 5 minutes away. You get a subway cafe at the ground level of Tune hotel and also a 24 hour mini mart. Most people choose chinatown / petaling area when they are on budget travel but i think its a bit messy there.

Maju junction mall right opposite the hotel as well. Check it out at :

www.tunehotels.com

rates are between usd 20 - 35 per night. Best vaue for money as it is clean, reliable and safe. Hope this helps!

Directions: Opposite Maju Junction Mall

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Great Budget Hostel for its price!

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 8, 2011

I stayed here twice. One time last June 2011 and then again this August 2011

Both times I hated the low overhanged shelf on top of the bed. That has got to be the worst shelf ever.

Also the comfort room tiles are chipped and no grout. very untidy looking.

The tune hotel in LCCT is better

Tune hotel downtown has a subway sandwiches shop downstairs- this is one of its perk
also best beds!

it was an OK place to stay but no wow factor

Unique Quality: i loved the bed! super soft
the pillows i think they somehow compromised... the pillows in LCCT are better
shower (love it!)

hate the location---- the walk to the lrt or light rail transit does not feel safe but it is fine if your with company.

hate that there are no other nearby places to eat.

so so accomodation

Directions: You can take the taxi cab from KL Sentral 13MYR only
If you take the Light Rail Transit alight at KLCC
I can't remember the station where you need to get off but it is the station after Bukit Nanas.

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A Good Location On A Budget

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 26, 2010

A budget accommodation is not necessarily tucked away in an obscure corner of a city. This budget hotel is located at the busy intersection of Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman and Jalan Sultan Ismail. This is a no frill hotel. Besides paying for the room and bed, you must pay for the use of additional amenities such as air conditioning and towels. Basic price could be very low but they will will add-up once you start to request for the extras. Nevertheless, the hotel is clean and safe besides helping you to maximise your travel budget.

Unique Quality: Very close to KL Monorail Station (Medan Tuanku) and will ease movements to many part of the city.

Directions: At the busy intersection of Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman and Jalan Sultan Ismail.

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Tune Hotel

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 5, 2007

The hotel is marketed as a no-frill hotel...

Room rates are from RM9.99 to 59.99, a pricing based on demand, similar to that of the no-frills AirAsia. The price, however, is only for the room. There is a no-charge ceiling fan but air-conditioning, toiletries, towels and breakfast are charged separately.

Air-conditioning: RM4.99++ for five hours and RM9.99++ for 12 hours. Guests are given an air-conditioner remote control with a pre-paid magnetic card. Toiletries: Mini kit (RM1.99) and deluxe (RM4.99). Towels: From RM9.99 to RM19.99 depending on size.

Breakfast: Set menus from RM2.70++ for toast with butter and kaya and a cup of hot coffee to RM6.90 of a cup of iced white coffee and Uncle John nasi lemak.

Unique Quality: The room seemed almost bare. There was a bed, of course, an overhead rack and bedside lamps with stencil motif of contrasting colour and luxurious long drapes. The toilet had been given a classic black-and-white touch with a square designer hand-basin, folded glass doors and bathroom steel accessories – shower, taps, tissue and soap holders and towel hanger. Covered with unusual matte black tiles, the floor looked chic.

Directions: The hotel is at the junction of Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman and Jalan Sultan Ismail... it is directly opposite J-Junction Shopping Complex...

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From a hospital to a no frill hotel

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 30, 2004

Tune Hotel is housed in a building that used to be a private hospital previously.

Formerly known as Grand Centrepoint Hotel Kuala Lumpur, the hotel was recently taken over by TuneHotel.com (AirAsia's associate) and refurbished to be converted into a no frill hotel. It is located along Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, one of KL's oldest and bustling shopping belt. The hotel is just opposite to the Maju Junction shopping mall and office towers and close to Sogo shopping mall, Pertama Complex and the Odeon cinema. There are two LRT and Monorail stations about 5 minutes walking from the hotel.

As a no frill hotel, you'll get better rate if you book online in advance and only pay for what really matters - comfortable bed, conveneit location and security.

Unique Quality: From a hospital to a hotel (so much of hospitality here :)

Directions: At the junction of Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman and Jalan Sultan Ismail.

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Address: 316 Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, (formerly Hotel Grand Centrepoint), Kuala Lumpur, 55100, Malaysia

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