A low-cost Asian hotel chain is set to open in the UK this August, it has been reported.
Tune Hotels - from budget airline AirAsia - promises guests a restful night sleep in a comfortable bed made up with clean wholesale bedding and privacy is guaranteed.
However, for anything extra - such as room cleaning or air conditioning - guests will have to pay more.
While a bed, shower and security are all part of the cheap overnight package, other amenities that may be typically included in the price of a traditional hotel have to be paid for on demand.
The first UK hotel run by the brand will be opened in Westminster and rooms will cost from as little as £35, while promotional rooms will cost just £9 per night.
However, for a limited time, rooms will cost just one penny under a special promotional deal.
Richard Adams, marketing manager at Great Rail Journeys, recently said that travelling by rail is also an economical holiday option and allows people to explore more of the UK.