This is the penthouse of Dublin’s Clarence Hotel, now open after a top to bottom redesign by United Designers. The penthouse comes complete with two bedrooms and bathrooms, a living area, dining room, kitchen, gallery, private bar, and outdoor hot tub. The Clarence’s 50 rooms are ‘luxurious havens of rich cardinal colours’, which contrast with the simple, monastic corridors, says a consultancy spokeswoman. See Hotels supplement.
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