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|"Excellent staff and great food."||(in 115 reviews)|
|"Lovely hotel and great breakfast"||(in 88 reviews)|
|"Rooms are comfortable and well designed"||(in 47 reviews)|
|"I left car park at approx."||(in 9 reviews)|
|"They charged me for breakfast by mistake."||(in 36 reviews)|
|"Room service was the worst part of the stay!"||(in 6 reviews)|
|staff were friendly||in 287 reviews|
|room was nice||in 258 reviews|
|great location||in 238 reviews|
|comfortable bed||in 214 reviews|
|lovely hotel||in 184 reviews|
|food for breakfast||in 146 reviews|
|decor in the room||in 73 reviews|
|car park||in 32 reviews|
|city centre||in 31 reviews|
|clean modern||in 28 reviews|
|super comfy||in 24 reviews|
|executive lounge||in 21 reviews|
|room service||in 15 reviews|
|grafton street||in 11 reviews|
|temple bar||in 6 reviews|
|good value||in 3 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 1 review|
Breakfast room service
Crib the provided us was stained and in terrible shape. They did replace it after we called. There are no hooks in the bathroom to hang towels, no robes or slippers, and only instant coffee and black team(no decaf tea) in your room. They also don’t have a doorman When we called downstairs to request help with our bags upon check out we were told they were too busy and wouldn’t be available for “a while” so we did it our selves. However when we showed up downstairs there was a porter hanging around who didn’t didn’t help with the door while we were carrying 6 bags between two of us and a baby. For a four star place it really lacks some basic amenities which is disappointing.
Expensive for basic facilities
Very expensive for basic facilities. No parking on site,terrible breakfast,tiny no atmosphere Bar on site,roadworks all around the Hotel,
The staff was very friendly and were really interested in making your stay enjoyable. The room was clean and spacious.
The location to the town centre and that it had some local pubs within walking distance.
Staff could have been a little more approachable and welcoming.
Not much. Really spoilt by the downsides of the hotel, which are many.
The room was freezing. It was November, but the cleaning staff left the window fully open on both days I stayed. The heating was as effectual as a hairdryer, and twice as noisy, so the room stayed below even a comfortable level. No wonder the hotel are so proud of their cashmere throws on the bed - you need them to keep warm! The hotel rooms themselves are nicely designed, but the walls are ridiculously thin - woken up at 1AM by a normal volume conversation in the next room. The gym was nice, and reasonable for the size, but the lights ran on guest room cards, so there was a ridiculous relay in operation with people in there having to swap cards as each person left to avoid being plunged into darkness. It is not 4*!
Liked the very comfortable bed
Facilities very good,staff friendly and helpful, close proximity to the centre of Dublin
Car parking was a negative. I was originally directed to the Stephens Green car park and having parked and then walked the 15 min to the hotel, I was informed that the Alexander Hotel car park was actually around the corner. I then had to retrieve my car from Stephens Green and try to get into a very tight spaced car park, where I secured the final parking slot. This whole process took almost two hours to complete, a complete nightmare!!!
overall everything was good just one complaint. there was no washcloths yuck!
Staff were helpful and friendly. Rooms were large with very comfortable beds.
Bathrooms looking a bit "tired".
Room generally fine no complaints
Bar under construction. Fire alert at 5.30 am distrubed sleep
Clean, good location. Good sized room and bed.
Indifferent service by staff.
The Alex is a luxury hotel located in the center of Dublin and only a short distance from Trinity College, the shops of Grafton Street, and the National Gallery. This 4-star business hotel is six miles from Dublin Airport and an 11-minute walk from the nearest public transit. The hotel offers 103 non-smoking, air-conditioned guest rooms with super king-size beds.
Rooms include the classic king, twin room, executive king, junior suite, and Alex Suite. The classic king comes with a number of amenities including 24-hour room service, a 50-inch smart television with Chromecast, and complimentary high-speed wireless Internet. There is a private bathroom with a rain forest walk-in shower, an in-room safe, tea and coffee making facilities, a Robert radio, and a hairdryer.
Suites offer access to the Executive Loung, a living area, and comfortable bathrobes and slippers. The suites also come with complimentary mineral water and a Nespresso coffee machine. The Alex Suite has all the amenities above as well as additional extras for a luxury experience.
The Alex offers a bar and restaurant that focuses on meals made with fresh, local ingredients as well as a selection of cocktails. Some of the other dining options in the area include Ginger Man, Offbeat Donut Co., Pearl Brasserie, and JP Mooneys.
Core Fitness Club is available 24/7 to guests of the hotel and offers the latest cardiovascular and weight training equipment. The hotel also offers meeting and event spaces with room for up to 400 guests.
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Value for money
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The Alex is located at 41-47 Fenian Street in Temple Bar - St. Stephen's Green, 0.8 km from the center of Dublin. Merrion Square is the closest landmark to The Alex.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at The Alex.
Yes, The Alex offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Alex does not offer free parking.
No, The Alex does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Alex is 9.4 km from Dublin. The Alex is 114.3 km from Holyhead Anglesey.
No, pets are not allowed at The Alex.
No, The Alex does not have a pool onsite.