2 DECEMBER 2019

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Moxy swings into Dublin

Marriott International’s pace-setting “experiential” hotel brand, Moxy, has arrived in  Ireland, with the opening of its first property in the Emerald Isle just off O’Connell Street in the heart of  Dublin.

Marriott vice-president for premium and select brands John Licence said Moxy Dublin City aimed to capture the Irish capital’s energetic atmosphere with a trademark boutique-style design and quirky bedrooms.

These come with floor-to-ceiling windows, walk-in showers, ultra-fast wi-fi and 49in smart TVs. Hotel features include chill-out areas in the lobby, games and a 24/7 bar as well as the opportunity to party with Moxy staff.

"Moxy Hotels are designed to reimagine the hotel scene” Licence added. “On arrival guests are welcomed with check-in at the bar at the heart of the hotel, and a free cocktail.

“Dublin is known for its contagious energy and friendly population, so it is the perfect location for Moxy to open its first property in Ireland. We have no doubt Moxy guests will fall in love with this lively city and keep coming back for more.”

The Dublin property joins a line-up of more than 30 Moxy hotels in Europe with plans to expand into more than 40 new destinations over the next three years and a signed pipeline of more than 50 hotels expected to open over the same time period.

www.marriott.co.uk/hotels/travel/dubox-moxy-dublin-city

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