Airport Stopover? Tune Hotel KLIA2 Review

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If you are looking for an airport hotel at KLIA2, no doubt the Tune Hotel at KLIA2 has come up top of your list. Being the only KLIA2 hotel outside of the terminal but right next to it, this Tune Hotel has a fantastic location in its favour.

In fact, the location is exactly why we first stayed here and the primary reason why we keep going back. Thankfully, this hotel also makes things nice and easy with clean and comfortable rooms.

It’s backed by a well known brand in Malaysia, Tune Hotels, known for being a budget choice. As an airport hotel, however, this hotel remains cheap by airport standards but is far from having a budget price tag.

Below, you will find our full Tune Hotel KLIA2 review including exactly how to go to Tune Hotel from KLIA2. We have stayed here a few times and tried out a couple of different room types as both a single adult, a family of four and a family of five. Here are our thoughts!

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Airport Stopover? Tune Hotel KLIA2 Review [2019]

Tune Hotel KLIA2 Review

Before I show you some of the rooms we have stayed in at the Tune Hotel, I do want to point out that although Tune Hotels generally charges extra for anything they can – like towels, air conditioning and wifi – this Tune Hotels KLIA2 thankfully does not. These “extras” are included at the Tune KLIA2 hotel.

Double Room Review

Tune Hotel KLIA2 day use
The double room

The standard room is a double or twin. They are small and simple but clean and comfortable and have everything you need. In fact, I think it’s a very nice room for what is considered a very budget hotel chain.

double room at Tune Hotel airport KLIA2
The double room

There is a bed, big TV, desk and chair, bedside table and a cupboard. The curtains are great and it is easy to get some sleep in, even during the day.

Tune Hotel airport KLIA2 bathroom
Bathroom – small, clean and functional

The bathroom is small but has everything you need with toilet, basin and shower.

Note that a double is a double sized bed. We have stayed in one as a family of four when our kids were little and the hotel didn’t seem to have a problem. However, one double bed and not much floor space is a tight fit for a family and required a husband happy to sleep on the hard floor! It also would be tricky if you had much luggage.

The quadruple room we recently stayed in is much more comfortable…

Quadruple Room Review

The quadruple room is a double and twin room connected

There are family rooms available with two double beds in one room, but we recommend a quadruple room. It’s usually about the same price depending on dates. Sometimes, it can be cheaper than a family room so definitely pick the extra space of a quadruple room!

This is basically two connected rooms – one with twin beds and one with a double and there is much more space for a family. You also get two bathrooms this way!

The individual rooms are as described for a double room above – just one has two single beds instead of a double.

We have generally found all rooms at the hotel Tune KLIA2 to be clean and tidy EXCEPT there always seems to be one hair in the shower. Just one. It’s kind of strange.

The rooms are quiet except sound comes in easily from the hall. With people coming and going all the time and often not mindful of the noise they are making, I do find it difficult to get a good night’s sleep.

Tune Hotel KLIA2 Facilities

There are not tons of facilities at the Tune Hotel KLIA2, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia but you are right next door to the airport with many eating and shopping options. In fact, you walk past a small supermarket on the way to the hotel just after customs so you can stock up on supplies there.

Tune Hotel KLIA2 malaysia
You can have a drink or play some pool

The ground floor has plenty of space and many tables and chairs where you can sit and relax or have a drink and something to eat. You can even play a game of pool. It’s a nice area.

There is a small convenience store on site (as pictured above) as well as the Wonder Kafe. There is also a tour desk and luggage storage.

There is a library area too where you can read a book if you want.

Tune Hotel KLIA2 price
Library area

You can book your room with a Tune Hotel KLIA2 breakfast included.

Stay Options

As you would expect from an airport hotel, there are a few different options for stays from overnight to a day rate to a three hourly rate.

There is the possibility of a Tune Hotel KLIA2 day room for six or twelve hours between 7am to 7pm – you must check out by 7pm. Sometimes, there is a special discounted rate just between 2-4pm.

For an overnight stay, the Tune Hotel KLIA2 check in time is 2pm with check out at 11am the next day.

The best place to find out what stays are available on your dates is by clicking here and checking on Agoda.

For more flexible stays, one of the Plaza Premium lounges has hotel rooms where you can check in and out when you like. Click here for more information.

How To Get To Tune Hotel From KLIA2

Tune Hotel KLIA2 address: Lot Pt 13, Jln Klia 2/2, KLIA, 64000 KLIA, Selangor, Malaysia

The Tune Hotel KLIA2 location is hard to beat. It is basically across the road from the Transportation Hub at KLIA2. Take a look at this Tune Hotel KLIA2 map for a better idea:

Tune Hotel KLIA2 map
Click the Map to open in Google Maps. You can then access directions to each of the locations discussed in this article.

In satellite view on the above map, the white line coming out from the Tune Hotel to KLIA2 is an undercover walkway that you take to the hotel. It is a very easy walk and you can roll your suitcase or even take a luggage trolley.

To find the Tune Hotel KLIA2, simply go straight ahead when you exit customs and to the left – if you walk straight ahead on the left hand side of the terminal, when you are nearly at the end you will see the following;

Look for the “Lift to Car Park B” sign in green above and then go into the lift lobby under this.

Take the lift to CP3, this is just one level down. Here, turn your head and you will see a Tune Hotel sign that will point you in the right direction and it’s super easy from there.

Tune Hotel KLIA2 to klia

You will also see signs like the following after you exit customs to help you out.

klia klia2 transportation signs

The return journey from the Tune Hotel to KLIA2 is just as simple.

If you are coming from KLIA, you will first need to get to KLIA2. I detail all the options here. The free bus is the best option – it will drop you just across the road from the Tune Hotel and you should be able to see it from where you get off. I do prefer the Sama Sama Hotel at KLIA though (more about it here).

Final Words About Tune Hotel In KLIA2

This is a relatively budget, clean and comfortable option a very short walk from KLIA2. I highly recommend it for anyone wanting an easy stopover and I find it nicer than the stopover options in the terminal itself.

The other bonus is you can also book for day use. We have taken this option when arriving in the early hours of the morning from Australia so we can get some sleep in before transferring to Kuala Lumpur and being able to check in to our hotel there.

However, while we have enjoyed staying at the Tune Hotel KLIA2 and will continue to stay here in future, if you have more than a twelve hour layover, I recommend taking the train or bus over to KLIA and staying at the Sama Sama Hotel which is much nicer.

For a family, the Sama Sama is a comparable prices as well. More about the Sama Sama here.

For more than a night, definitely head to Kuala Lumpur or Port Dickson.

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Find more KLIA and KLIA2 hotel options here or read our full guide to KL’s airports here.

By Sharon Gourlay

Sharon is a certified Malaysia travel expert and can't get enough of travelling and talking about Malaysia since she first visited 21 years ago. She travels around Malaysia multiple times a year both alone and with her kids. She used to call Penang home and especially loves this food paradise. Sharon also has a Bachelor of Arts in Asian Studies, a Certificate III in International Travel Sales and has been certified by Tourism Malaysia as a Malaysia Travel Expert. Through this site, she'll help you have the perfect trip to this amazing destination.