15:45 11/09/2014 We’d live in Cebu for more than three years and considered it as our second home. So we’re bit familiar on the happening spots, places of interest and best area to stay. But that was half a decade ago. Probably things have changed now. The incessant development in metro Cebu causes the surge in the hospitality industry to boom. Thus translated to a plethora of accommodation from backpackers hostel, budget inns to ritzy hotels. We’re so glad that our favorite budget hotel chain operates in Cebu. Hello (now Red Planet) Tune Hotels Cebu!
Tune Hotel (Red Planet) Cebu
Archbishop Reyes Ave
Cebu City 6000 Philippines
Our plane touch down with the expected arrival time at 2:45 PM and manage to leave the airport by 3:15 PM. Thankfully the traffic from MCIA passing through Mandaue City wasn’t that bad and we able to check in by 3:45 PM.
Check In Time : 2:00 PM (Philippine Time, +8 GMT)
Check Out Time : 12:00 PM (Philippine Time, +8 GMT)
After presenting our Agoda voucher, the staff hand over our room card and Wifi Password slip. Though they’re meek but staff were quite efficient, liked it.
Our Double Room
As norm, two transparent side table on each side of the bed. One table supports the personal safety deposit box while the other is free to put our stuff.
A flat screen TV fasten on the wall opposite to the bed for a great viewing pleasure. Typical it has local and selected cable channels.
We look dumbfounded after viewing a picture of the famous landmark in Malaysia on the wall. It feels just like home. We’d been to this grandiose Mosque on several occasions and we’re quite sure it’s not in KK as the label claims. It’s the famous Putra Mosque or known as the Pink Mosque located in Putrajaya, Federal Territory of Malaysia.
Enough for that photo blunder. We’re glad to get a dose of good slumber on this hotel. This hotel is great for value, location and service. Recommending this!
If you need more information check their official website.
This is not a sponsored post but our way of appreciation with our good stay in this hotel
Tune Hotel Fan,
Sky and Summer
0 Replies to “Temporary Abode: Tune Hotels ( now Red Planet) Cebu, Philippines”
Yes, it varies per branches. But overall, we had good experience to Tune hotels we stayed.
Seems like you had a great time in Tune. I only stayed there once (in Makati) and I vowed never to stay there again. Maybe quality differs with each branch? I've also been to Putrajaya and I agree, it's the mosque that we've visited. Caption fail haha