Tune are always coming up with great new challenges for their competitions.
And with the summer festival season not far away, their latest idea to get you involved has something of a musical flavour…
If the recent sunshine has had you rocking out to your favourite tunes, it’s time to get creative! Send Tune a picture that represents one of your favourite tracks and you could win a 2-night stay at any of their hotels. It could be you singing into a hairbrush or a visual representation of the song’s title – it’s up to you how you interpret the rules. Just follow @TuneHotelsUK on Twitter and tweet them your picture with the hashtag #BuskForABed.
You can choose the hotel you want, from any of the London properties as well as Newcastle and Edinburgh. Your stay will include a Comfort Package, with a television, hair dryer, WiFi, towels, toiletries and use of the in-room safe. The winner will also get two tickets to a show to a total value of £100.
You could stay in Tune’s Edinburgh Haymarket hotel close to Haymarket station. Or you may wish to enjoy a couple of nights in the newest addition to the Tune family in Newcastle. And there’s lots happening in London this summer, with Tune’s hotels in Westminster, King’s Cross, Liverpool Street, Paddington and Canary Wharf making the perfect base.
If you aren’t familiar with Tune’s unique brand of value hotel, the concept is simple. You pay great prices for a central location and a clean and safe room, with a 5-star bed and power-shower.
Once the essentials are taken care of, it’s up to you to choose to pay a little extra for any additional amenities at reasonable prices. Whether it’s a coffee from reception or WiFi in your room, the friendly staff will be happy to provide whatever you need. Several LHI bloggers have stayed in Tune’s hotels, and we heartily recommend them to anyone who asks.
By the way, Tune also has a brilliant new Instagram account, so you might even see your photo popping up on it soon! Follow tunehotesuk on Instagram to see snaps from their hotels in Edinburgh, Newcastle and London.
Photo credits: Tune Hotels, Tune Hotel Canary Wharf.