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Quezon City

Quezon City

EDSA Revolution 

Tune Hotel

Quezon City

Address :

Tune Hotel - Quezon City
100 Timog Avenue,
Barangay Sacred Heart,
Quezon City
1103
Philippines

Tel:(632) 4260567

  • Quick Info
    • Walking Distance from EDSA corner Timog Avenue
    • 1km away from GMA Network Building
    • 5-10 minute walk from the MRT (GMA Kamuning Station)
    • Check in time : 2:00pm onwards
    • Check out time : 11:00am

Hotel Services

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

24 Hour Reception
Non-Smoking Building
Lift
Accessible Rooms Avai ...
In Room Safe
Hairdryer
Car Park
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
Air Conditioning
Wi-Fi

Add-ons Pack

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

  • Comfort Package

    Towel Rental & Toiletries
    Air Conditioning
  • Cozy Package

    Towel Rental & Toiletries
    Wi-Fi
    Air Conditioning
    TV
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    Quezon Memorial Circle

    A 26-hectare circular park located in front of the Quezon City Hall Building encircled by elliptical roads. Considered one of the countries premier landmarks, the site is a symbol of the people's gratitude for the First President of the Philippine Commonwealth and for whom Quezon City is named after. It is the spot market out by President Quezon as the converging point of the principal government offices.

    University of the Philippines

    The state-owned university, established in June 1908, is the country's institute of higher learning and considered the finest in the Far East. Sparwled over an area of 450 hectares, the university provides a cool ambience amidst tall and ancient trees conducive to one's learning.

    Camps Crame and Aguinaldo
    Two of the most important military headquarters where the 4-day rebellion started which is more popularly known as the People Power Revolution or the EDSA Revolution.
    Araneta Center
    A focus of infinite commercial establishments and one of the busiest business districts of Quezon City. It is home to the famous Ali Mall Department Store, Farmer's Plaza, SM Department Store and Rustan's Superstore. Alongside the shopping frolic visitors enjoy, the Fiesta Carnival provides a year-round of fun, amusement, recreation and entertainment to the public.
    Araneta Coliseum
    The world's largest covered dome in the 60's which towers 220-feet with a seating capacity of 36,000. It has a total land area of 185,000 sq. ft. and a diameter of 367 feet. The coliseum has staged various shows from the moment it captured the Philippines' first post-war boxing title by the legendary Gabriel "Flash" Elorde. Also worth mentioning are the countless beauty pageants, local and international basketball tournaments and other shows ranging from musical concerts to athletic events.
    Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Center
    Quezon City's zoological and botanical garden situated near the Quezon Memorial Circle is a haven for nature lovers. the 80-hectare complex of wooden area is conducive for pinicking and promenading. The park is equipped with children's playground, a 2.5 hectare manmade lagoon, fishing village, tea house, amphitheater, Our Lady of Peace Grotto, Rescue Center, Visitor's Center, Gazebo and Craft Village.
    Sto. Domingo Church
    Originally located in Intramuros built by the Dominicans in 1588. It was relocated in its present site after World War II. The church is home to the four-century-old image of Nuestra Senora del Santissimo Rosario or Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary.
    Tomas Morato and Timog Avenue Tourist Belt Area
    Quezon City's very own tourist belt found in the once quiet district of Kamuning. Tomas Morato and Timog Avenues and a portion of Quezon Avenue are now dotted with luxurious and exquisite restaurants, disco houses, night clubs, spa and wellness centers and other shops.
    PAGASA Planetarium
    The planetarium was built in 1975, inaugurated in 1977 and was named after the former PAGASA Director, Dr. Casimero del Rosario. It is located at the PAGSA Science Garden, Agham Road, Diliman and has an 88 seating capacity. The planetarium's projector is capable of projecting 3,550 stars, 5 major planets, the Sun and the Moon.