The best budget hotel in London?

 

Few years ago I had reviewed  Tune Hotels first hotel in London: Tune Westminister. At that time I thought I had probably come across THE best budget hotel in the city.

So when Tune announced they were opening a second hotel in London in Liverpool Street-naturally I was really curious and excited to check out the hotel.

I visited them a few weeks ago and I must admit- they did not disappoint and in fact exceeded my expectations.

Starting at just £35 a night,Tune Hotels Liverpool Street is a steal with a great location

 

 

The rooms has the standard signature of all Tune Hotels: hypnos beds, power showers, air conditioning and 24-hour security.

You have the no frills add ons- for a small fee you can get towels, toiletries while the wifi fees are nominal at around £3 for 24 hours.

The rooms are an improvement on their Westminister branch- larger, with much more space.

More character- there is a nice open courtyard where you have tables and chairs with barbecube area. Should be great in the summer!

Location is also fantastic- you’re just 5 minutes walk from Liverpool Street Station and you have the world famous Spitalfields Market and Brick Lane just a street away.

 

 

The Water Poet- Just across from Tune Liverpool Street, a great wee pub ( with SkySports!)

 

Also just across the road is an excellent pub called The Water Poet pub which serves excellent selection of local ales and beers plus they show all live football matches ( yay!)

To summarise, I think possibly Tune Liverpool Street is the best budget hotel now in London.

 

Booking in advance you can get rooms for as little as £35 which is brilliant for London.

Check out my video review of the place to get a feel of the rooms at the hotel.

 

 

 

 

So. Book well in advance and seriously consider Tune Liverpool for your next stay in London- they won’t disappoint.

 

Tune Liverpool Street
13-15 Folgate Street, London E1 6BX
Tel: 020 7456 0400

www.tunehotels.com

Disclaimer: Please note that my stay was sponsored by Tune Hotels but the views expressed here are entirely my own.

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