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The Telegraph:

After a total renovation, The Alex sports an altogether refreshed look, with sleek furnishings, prompt and friendly services and a wonderfully central location in the heart of the Irish capital. Think natural light, gleaming light fittings, plush green sofas and a scattering of books and Anglepoise lamps.

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Condé Nast Traveler:

Fresh off a renovation, this hotel, which stands on the site formerly occupied by a train station, is one of Dublin’s cool kids.

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Independent:

Best for business travellers: The Alex. If you’re travelling for work, you’re often lumbered with a soulless corporate hotel, with a personality as beige as the bedroom walls. Not so at The Alex, a recently renovated space that’s chic, while still catering perfectly to a business traveller. There’s a cool co-working space in the lobby, a coffee shop for quick caffeine fixes and a Mad Men-esque bar for those end of day cocktails.

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One of Dublin’s newest places to stay, the Alex has been fitted out with super-stylish interiors from the reception to the bedrooms. Details like light fittings handmade in Copenhagen, Italian leather headboards, furniture made in Cork and wall art designed by Aoife Mullane elevate it beyond your usual hotel offering.

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Condé Nast Traveler:

The 15 bets hotels in Dublin

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Design-Milk:

21Spaces Works with Local Craftspeople to Breathe New Life into The Alex in Dublin

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Yellowtrace:

the Alex hotel Dublin opens after a refurbishment by 21Spaces

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