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Tune Hotel

London, Westminster

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Tune Hotel – Westminster, London
118-120 Westminster Bridge Road,
London SE1 7RW
United Kingdom


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    • PLEASE NOTE: We are currently undergoing development work at the hotel with the refurbishment of bedrooms and reception area, work will continue until August 2017. Disruption will be kept to a minimum between the hours of 08:00hrs - 17:00hrs Monday - Saturday and should not impact on your stay.
    • Located in the heart of London, minutes walk from attractions including Big Ben, the House of Parliament, the London Eye and a host of museum and galleries nearby.
    • PLEASE NOTE: Lambeth North tube station will be closed from 13th July 2016 until February 2017 - The nearest tube station to hotel is Waterloo station, only 5 minutes walk to the hotel.
    • Just minutes away by tube from the entertainment area of Piccadilly Circus and the shopping district of Oxford Circus.
    • Check in time : 3:00pm onwards
    • Check out time : 10:00am

Hotel Services

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

24 Hour Reception
24 Hour Security
Accessible Rooms Avai ...
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 ...
Breakfast Set
Early Check In
Late Check Out
Room Cleaning
In Room Safe

Add-ons Pack

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

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    In Room Safe

    Westminster Abbey
    One of Britain's finest Gothic buildings. Scene of the coronation, marriage and burial of British monarchs. Visitors can see the Grave of the Unknown Warrior, Royal Tombs and Shrine of St Edward the Confessor, the Coronation Chair, Lady Chapel and Poets' Corner, Pyx more
    The London Eye
    The London Eye rises majestically from the Jubilee Gardens on the South bank of the River Thames one hundred and thirty-five metres into the London more
    London Aquarium
    The London Aquarium was first opened in 1997 and provides visitors with an opportunity to view the 3000 various types of marine life on more
    The Millennium Bridge
    Linking the Magnificent St. Paul's Cathedral across the Thames to the Tate Modern is the remarkable Millennium more
    Big Ben & Houses of Parliament
    Houses of Parliament, also known as the Palace of Westminster, are home to the House of Commons and the House of Lords and the famous clock tower Big more
    St. James's Park (Horseguards Parade)
    Three royal palaces skirt St James's Park. The most ancient palace is Westminster, now known as the Houses of Parliament. read more
    The Imperial War Museum
    Situated in the former Bethlehem Hospital for the insane is the Imperial War Museum, a fascinating insight into twentieth-century wartime England. read more
    Lower Marsh
    Lying on the ancient site of Lambeth Marsh and now a conservation area, this historic street has operated as a street market and centre for local shopping since the mid 19th Century. read more
    The Old Vic
    One of the most famous theatres in the world and loved by audience and actors alike. Under the artistic direction of Kevin Spacey, The Old Vic's productions span a wide range, from British premieres to American classics, Christmas pantomimes to Shakespeare. read more
    South Bank is an eclectic area that is the cultural heart of the city and home to London's most iconic attractions, theatres, arts and design-led venues. read more