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Tune Hotel

London, Canary Wharf

Address :

Tune Hotel - London, Canary Wharf
21 Hertsmere Road West
London
E14 4BF
United Kingdom
Email: fd.canarywharf.uk@tunehotels.com

  • Quick Info
    • Canary Wharf Underground Station just 600 meters walk to the Jubilee Line.
    • Perfect location for business and leisure based guest’s just 500 meters from the Canary Wharf Docklands Light Railway (DLR) & 300 meters from West India Quay DLR stations.
    • Conveniently situated for visits to Museum of Docklands - one minutes walk, The O2 – 10 minutes away by tube and The Excel Exhibition Centre is easily accessible with a 15 minute journey on the DLR.
    • London City Airport is easily accessible just 3.5km away and The Royal Greenwich Observatory is a great day out and a short journey by DLR, 16 minutes.
    • Please note: The rooms at Tune Hotels Canary Wharf are split across two buildings. The main building incorporates 90 bedrooms and reception and a further 40 bedrooms are located across an external walkway (50m) in historic Cannon House. Both buildings have secure entry systems and are accessed by guests key card only.
    • Car Parking  - The area immediately outside the Hotel is private property and unauthorised vehicles will be issued with a parking ticket.  The West India Quay car park, operated by Indigo,  is just two minutes from the hotel, where 24 hour rates are available.  The car park is situated next to the Cineworld cinema on Hertsmere Road (use postcode E14 4AN).
    • Check in time : 3:00pm onwards
    • Check out time : 10:00am
    • Please note: The rooms at Tune Hotels Canary Wharf are split across two buildings. The main building incorporates 90 bedrooms and reception and a further 40 bedrooms are located across an external walkway (50m) in historic Cannon House. Both buildings have secure entry systems and are accessed by guests key card only.
    • Car Parking - The area immediately outside the Hotel is private property and unauthorised vehicles will be issued with a parking ticket. The West India Quay car park, operated by Indigo, is just two minutes from the hotel, where 24 hour rates are available. The car park is situated next to the Cineworld cinema on Hertsmere Road (use postcode E14 4AN).

Hotel Services

This is a list of the general services & amenities that we provide at our hotel.

24 Hour Reception
Non-Smoking Building
24 Hour Security
Lift
Transport Services
Air Conditioning
Luggage Storage

Optional Add-ons

We keep our room prices low and sensible by allowing you to customise your stay. Find out more about our optional add-ons.

Towel Rental & Toilet ...
Hairdryer
Early Check In
Late Check Out
Wi-Fi
Room Cleaning
In Room Safe

Add-ons Pack

Boost your stay with our packaged add-ons. Find out more about our add-on packs.

  • Comfort Package

    Towel Rental & Toiletries
    In Room Safe
    Hairdryer
    Wi-Fi
    TV
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