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Dhaka Hotels

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The Olives

4.5 107 reviews

The Westin Dhaka

4.5 2036 reviews

The Olives (residence+suite)

No free cancellation eligable

Ascott Palace Dhaka

No free cancellation eligable

Le Meridien Dhaka

4.5 757 reviews

Long Beach Suites Dhaka

No free cancellation eligable

Six Seasons Hotel

No free cancellation eligable

Hotel Sarina

4.0 293 reviews
No free cancellation eligable

Lakeshore Hotel & Apartments

No free cancellation eligable

Comfort Inn

No free cancellation eligable

Pan Pacific Sonargaon Dhaka

4.0 314 reviews

Amari Dhaka

4.5 648 reviews
No free cancellation eligable

Dhaka Regency Hotel & Resort Limited

No free cancellation eligable

Ascott The Residence Dhaka

Radisson Blu Dhaka Water Garden

4.0 1000 reviews
No free cancellation eligable

Hotel Orchard Suites

4.0 109 reviews

Ascott The Residence Dhaka

4.0 105 reviews

The Orchard Suites Ltd

No free cancellation eligable

Nascent Gardenia Baridhara

No free cancellation eligable

FARS Hotel & Resorts

No free cancellation eligable
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The Rickshaw Capital of the World

The capital city of Bangladesh, Dhaka is located at the heart of the Bengal Delta. Serving as a tiny window into the diverse land that its parent country is, it is home to millions of businessmen, international expats, and residents from varied walks of life.

A treat to the senses, Dhaka may seem overwhelming at the start albeit in a good way. Chaotic, noisy, and incredibly resilient, a few hours here and Dhaka will have claimed your heart. Boasting of all sorts of contradictions in terms of clashing cultures and infrastructural styles, this city has something for everyone.

Must visit attractions include Lalbagh Fort, Sadarghat, Liberation War Museum, the Armenian Church of the Holy Resurrection, Dhakeswari Temple, Bara Katra, and the Star Mosque.

For Indian tourists

Dhaka is home to a large population of Indian refugees whose forefathers were displaced during the partition. Hinduism, thus, is the second-most- widespread religion in this city, followed by Christianity and Buddhism. Owing to shared heritage and culture, you will find that the traditions, festivals, cuisine, dialect, and ancient architecture in this city remind you of home. The main languages spoken here are Bengali, English, and Urdu.

You can avail of a tourist Visa from your local Embassy in India which entails a stay of up to 60 days.

Hotels in Dhaka

While the best budget hotels in Dhaka can be found in areas like Gulshan 2 and Karail, those looking for mid-segment options can find numerous three- star hotels located in areas like Kawran Bazar, Narayanganj, and Joydebpur.

Stay at any of the best hotels in Dhaka if you intend on splurging while you take in the city's crowded alleys and streets. These are mostly concentrated in areas like the Airport Road and Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue.

The Motijheel area, acting as the Central Business District (CBD) of this city, is the hub of financial and commercial activities. Business travelers, therefore, can opt for stay in a Dhaka hotel located around this area thereby cutting down on precious travel time as well as enjoying facilities such as conference rooms.

Things to remember

  • The best time to visit is from October to March, which allows you to explore this city under pleasant skies
  • Avoid carrying a lot of money in your wallet since pickpocketing is widespread here
  • Both men and women should dress conservatively to prevent unwanted stares

Whether you are visiting in October or March, it is important to secure appropriate accommodation in a Dhaka hotel well in advance. Plan your trip here efficiently with the Cleartrip app. Book now to enjoy exclusive deals, offers, and unbelievable discounts!

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*All prices displayed here are indicative, prices will vary based on your dates of travel.