Radisson Blu Water Garden Hotel:
  Dhaka, Bangladesh
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TripAdvisor Reviews (77 reviews, 4/5)

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  • 4/5 (Based on 77 reviews)

The most interesting thing about this hotel that I liked is the professional and extremely well trained staff.Their approach and attitude were 'just right'. The roms were very comfortable though not the largest of rooms you will get to see. But the room size will easily be forgotten when you interact with their staff and taste their food. Superb.

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  By shyam2910 on Sep 09, 2011

Wonderful room, large, clean, and well furnished.
I did not have dinner there, but other customer seemed enjoy the food.
The location is perfect, close to the international airport, and 30minutes from the city.
Good place for business travelers. Lobby is big, and it is allowed to smoke (a must for me).
Room service is quick and good.
Maybe a bit pricy.

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  By aussy06 on Sep 09, 2011

The Radisson is a bit of an Oasis from the normal pace in Dhaka. I have also stayed at the Pan Pacific but prefer the Radisson for its outdoor walking path by a pond and the general somewhat slower pace.

My general suggestion for choosing Dhaka hotels is find the closest hotel which meets your cleanliness criteria to where your meeting is. At rush hour it can take an hour or more from the Radisson to the Pan Pacific or former Sheraton for example.

The Radisson has a nice buffet breakfast with fresh fruit drinks as well as general full international breakfast choices. They have 4 restaurant choices for general meals.

The Radisson is under 10 minutes from the airport during mid-day for example.

Other than having a nice short walking path around the pond, there is nothing super unique or interesting about the hotel.They just do the basics quite well which is a useful thing in Dhaka.

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  By Richard10... on May 05, 2011

Stayed at this hotel for few hours. Nice location.... close to Airport only few minutes away.
Nice clean hotel. Rooms are clean. Tried there lunch buffet. Very good food but expensive comparing to Dhaka food price. Emplyees are very helpful. Specially at the restaurant. I got two rooms non-smoking and smoking. If you are a non smoker avoid smoking zone. I will stay again.

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  By TakSun on Mar 03, 2011

Radisson Water Garden Hotel, Dhaka is a unique place to be. It's Grand, It's attractive. The place where it is situated is quite fantastic. For traveler who wants a hotel near to Dhaka Airport, it's the ideal place.

The hotel is well connected to the different parts of the city by car. However, it's a bit tough to arrange any public transport like bus.

The rooms are very comfortable and you will enjoy every moment of it. I stayed there for 01 night only. However if you want to stay for longer period in Dhaka city, you must choose this hotel since it's away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

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  By sohanfais... on Feb 02, 2011

Stayed after flight cancelled and really wanted a place to allow me to get back to the airport quickly yet maintain a nice degree of comfort. Was excellent. Also in Dhaka, a 5-10 min ride to airport simply is not possible from any other airport. I had to test this when called to get to a last minute call to a flight!

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  By AshDG on Dec 12, 2010

I stayed 1 night at the Radisson Water Garden during a trip to Bangladesh. The hotel was a great business hotel with good leisure facilities. The swimming pool was large and not crowded. The dinner at their restaurant was catered by an Indian chef and the food was very enjoyable. I will definitely stay there again

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  By SRALAM on Aug 08, 2010

I had been visited 2-3 5 star hotels in Dhaka .This is the best .Rooms are new .By location ,under Dhaka incredible traffic ,it saves you at least 45 mins compared to other city center hotels.
Outdoor swimming pool is also nice

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  By aza1974 on Jul 07, 2010

its a great hotel - has had some rennovations recently (last year it looked a bit tatty, but freshly painted this year).

The staff appear to be extremely helpful and always willing to assist (sometimes it gets on your nerves a bit that they always offer to help!)

restaurants have good food - typical western prices (so I guess expensive for Dhaka)

no complaints about this hotel at all - if you want to stay in town, the westin is fine, but if you dont need to then you should stay here. very convenient for the airport - 10 minutes away.

arrange their 'limo' pickup service if you are flying in (it is a toyota, but it has air-con!)

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  By TRAXUK on Jul 07, 2010

One of the best hotels in Dhaka, both for service and facilities. They take care of every detail. For those of us that come from Europe, and we're used to dinner with some wine, have the opportunity to choose several restaurants on site, with a varied selection of wines and nice cuisine.
Highly recommended

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  By Bel2010 on Jun 06, 2010

I visited Dhaka for the first time and knew little what to expect. My local colleagues suggested two hotels to me, one being closer to office and one closer to the airport which turned out to be the Radisson Water Garden Hotel. Based on my arrival and departure times and somehow having the idea that traffic might be similar to congested cities like Mumbay and/or Chennai I opted for the one near the airport. And it was really only a short ride of about 10 minutes (well, at 11 pm, apparently it can be longer during day time).

On arrival the receptionist surprised me with the message that I've got an upgrade from the booked Atrium Room to a Suite. Well, how can a hotel impress a first time visitor better? The suite room was (very) spacious, living room with a dining table for four, a couch, a working table and a really huge flat screen TV. The bed room offered a comfortable king size bed, plenty of cabinet and cupboard space. The bathroom was big enough that two persons wouldn't step on each others toes (two sinks, separate bath hub and shower cabin).

The service was friendly and flawless, called the room service for dinner one day, was served within short, probably my personal thing that I didn't like the burger as such.

A thing to consider for the future would definitely be to install WiFi internet in the rooms rather than have guests to use a cable, but this is just a minor thing.

However, the hotel comes at a price, for a suite the nightly right of USD 170 ++ is certainly decent, since haven't set foot into a room of the category booked I cannot judge how justified the price is. I understood from my local colleagues that Dhaka is somewhat short of upscale hotels which probably explains the price, too, and the fact that the hotel was fully booked for all days I stayed there.

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  By thehambur... on May 05, 2010

This hotel is beautiful and had great service for the one night I stayed.

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  By BKTeacher on Mar 03, 2010

When my girl friend Anita Ricci, a beautiful bengali housewife ( [email protected] ) suggested about having some fun for few days on a two days holiday,the hotel which i thought about was Radisson hotel.I had gone there before too.It was a wonderful experience which I wanted to have again.So all of us packed our bags and headed right away.Firstly,the hotel beside the Airport Road looks awesome from its outside view.The reception is very well decorated.Secondly,this hotel has an excellent room service facility.Thirdly,the food quality is too good.And last but not the least the rooms....awesome.We stayed there two days and enjoyed to the fullest.
So,friends I will definitely suggest you if u visit Dhaka and planning to stay in a luxurious hotel,Radisson hotel is worth it.
That's all i'll say u can understand the rest if u stay there.

Robert Wooten
New York,USA
Mail: [email protected]

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  By RobertWoo... on Feb 02, 2010

Everyone knows that Dhaka is not the cleanest of cities. But, you could not tell this when staying at the Radisson. The environment and hospitality are first class and the grounds of the hotel are immaculant!

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  By SecretSp0... on Dec 12, 2009

I stayed in this Radisson in November while on a business trip with my husband and 2 kids. It was perfect for us as it had a pool which the kids enjoyed and it was nearby to where we were doing business, it is also near the airport. We had just come from staying at the 5 star Sheraton in Dubai and I would rate this Radisson much better. The service was 5 star and the rooms and decor of the public places. There was a very good selection at breakfast to cater for the all tastes, with a varitey of fresh juices. The hotel was spotless and the water purified so did not have to worry about kids getting upset stomach.The internet connection was fast and easy to use. If going back to Dhaka I would defintely stay here again.

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  By sunshine0... on Dec 12, 2009

Had a very comfortable stay. The rooms are very cozy. The cuisine offered in room service could probably be improved. The environment and people are extremely cordial.

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  By AnkurPrak... on Jun 06, 2009

Spent a full week in the Radisson – by far this is the best location/hotel in Dhaka. I had an advanced team come out and look at all the hotels since we were hosting a conference. The other hotels are in the city and surrounded by crowds and traffic. The Radisson is very close to the Airport and has a very extensive security staff so you feel very safe. The Radisson has great facilities – the pool, gym and breakfast are excellent and are in a location with a nice garden view. This is important given the crowds/traffic and poor conditions out the gate. The best thing going for the hotel is the service provided by the staff as they go out of their way to take care of you. I have read the other reviews and they are partly true. The hotel is well taken care of, the rooms are nice and the staff works to take care of them – the shower is large and the water hot. There is a refrigerator in the room and approx 15 TV channels for viewing. The restaurants are good – breakfast is the best. If you can arrange a “Club Room” the 6th and 7th Floor then you have access to their lounge on the 8th Floor. There is a Happy Hour from 5:30 to 7:30 and drinks are free – this is important since Beer/Wine is very expensive ($10U.S.). Also they serve food during this time, so a good place to have dinner. I’d work to negotiate the best price and go for the Club Room. Will save you Money.

Overall the location, grounds, staff and comfortable feel makes this a great choice when staying here. If you want to be closer to the City (traffic can cause you an hour travel time to the city easy – maybe longer) then you mat want to consider the other hotels. However, I strongly recommend the Radisson – the service makes up for any shortcomings one may find if one comes looking for issues. But remember where you are. Get the Club Rooms if you can and leverage the services from the 8th Floor Club. Will save you money and make your stay better.

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  By FoxTravel... on Feb 02, 2009

Five-star hotel, at about 5 minutes drive from Dhaka Airport. Modern and spacious rooms. Extremely well-trained staff. Free fast internet.

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  By onbekend on Feb 02, 2008

I'd just like to echo the other reviews, this is by the far the best place to stay in Dhaka (if your budget allows it). I have stayed in the other two major hotels (Pan Pacific and Sheraton) and the rooms, service, and food are all better. However this all comes at a higher price, and in relation to the country in my opinion a little too high. As the other reviews mention everything in this hotel is super expensive compared to others. Just one more note, if you are planning
to stay here try booking as far in advance as possible, as all the business travellers tend to stay here (including myself) and it can be difficult to find anything at short notice.

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  By FrostD on May 05, 2007

I'm smack bang in the middle of a seven week stay in the hotel. So far so good... like most of the previous reviewers, it's a very clean hotel, rooms are great (although I agree about the towels... soft as sandpaper) and the food fantastic (although quite expensive).
Although I'm happy to be able to enjoy a beer in the hotel, I'm surprised at having to pay approx 500Taka for a 330ml can... I'm living in Scandinavia and it's not that expensive there...
Haven't had a bad experience yet... the staff have been very attentative and friendly.
Although the gym, pool and bar are all very pleasant... it's quite difficult to be here solo - try bring some company.

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  By Reggie75 on May 05, 2007

I stayed in this hotel for nearly two weeks in April 2007. Overall, very good stay. Although the service can be spotty, most of the staff are very well trained. Mr. Imram at the Chit Chat deli provides fast, efficient, and friendly service while one of the concierges was gruff, unfriendly, and incompetent. For the most part though, friendly staff who get the job done. The food is excellent, albeit very expensive. Dinner and breakfast buffets are great with a wide selection of international dishes, salads, and desserts. Rooms are clean; one small complaint is all the towels are soft as sandpaper. . .clean and fresh, just very rough. Contrary to a previous poster, I found the security very reassuring, not stifling. In Bangladesh, it's nice to have the extra security staff around. With only a few adjustments, this hotel could really be world class. Larger TVs, softer towels, and consistent professional service would make it perfect. All things considered, a positive experience at a fine hotel.

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  By Magicbint... on Apr 04, 2007

Recently stayed 3 nights at the Radisson in Dhaka on a business trip. The hotel still feels brand new. The lobby is modern and inviting, the service is very professional and the breakfast buffet, which included fresh papaya, watermelon and pineapple in addition to pancakes, french toast and waffles is a relaxing way to start a hectic day.

The security at the hotel is top notch, including a metal detector at the front door and bomb sweeps for all cars entering the parking lot. The location is very near to the airport, on a main road.

The rooms are very clean, hot water was plentiful and there is a pretty good selection of tv channels in english.

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  By janeeyre on Feb 02, 2007

Overall I liked the hotel's comfort and the city where it's located, very urban but natural. Service was like five star and Bangladeshi food was fabulous. The high way overlooking the hotel is brilliant. That’s it!!! Simply superb….

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  By aijaj007 on Dec 12, 2006

What a lovely haven to return to after a day of exploring in Dhaka. This hotel was just recently opened. We stayed here for a week and had nothing but pleasant experiences. Excellent breakfast buffet including both western(delicious pancakes!) and local specialities. Rooms were spacious, very clean, and included free internet service. Staff was very friendly. Excellent security as well. The gym and pool were also great. Gym was still being worked on (TV's were yet to be installed) but all equipment is top of the line and brand new. One of the best hotel gyms I've ever seen. This hotel is great for those working or visiting the Gulshan district.

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  By Islandhop... on Mar 03, 2006

Il più bell'albergo di Dhaka. E' un isola felice, nella confusione e nel traffico di una città difficile come Dhaka. I ristoranti servono del buon cibo, sia al buffet che al ristorante alla Carte all'ultimo piano. La colazione è buona. Camere grandi e spazione, molto pulite.
Vicino all'aeroporto con un servizio limousine molto comodo.

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  By Marco M on Aug 08, 2011

Fünf Sterne für ein Hotel in Dhaka

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  By on Aug 08, 2008

If you are an expat living in Dhaka you have few places to go if you want to forget to be in a messy, noisy, not so clean city and the Radisson is one of these. The swimming pool is likely to be the best in town and you might think you are somewhere else: nice gardens around, nice bar with good service. The only thing that might disappoint you is the very expensive daily fee: about 30 euro/day that includes only sunbeds (they are not so many, so if you arrive late you might have to lay on the grass), beach towels and changing room (no Jacuzzi or steam bath, no gym). After the previous general manager left the hotel the service looks a bit worse, though the prices were rising. Even the German chef left recently, so you might have some problem with the food, as there seems not to be someone who can properly sort out the catering... As this is a hotel with one of the highest occupancy rates in the world, you are supposed to book well in advance: my company had unexpected guests and we had a hard time to get a room for them... The only thing that reminds you that you are in Dhaka is the traffic: it is not so far from the airport or the area where expats live, but it might take you longer than an hour to get to the airport, especially now that Airport Road has some works going on (and you do not know for how long...), not to mention that to reach the city centre (the old town with ministers and other public offices) two hours are never enough.

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  By max4u on Nov 11, 2011

The Radisson exceeded my expectations. Situated close to the airport with gardens and a good outside pool area. Buffet breakfast is good-not great but varied including international and local breakfast items to cater for International guests. Dinner is also a buffet and again a good selection-there is an upmarket restaurant and club which I didnt try. Dhaka is so crazy with traffic and noise that this is a very pleasant oasis-Good Gym plenty of room by the pool-might need more loungers at busy times. try the free shoe shine-best I ever experienced and the guy doing it was so friendly and pleased to tell you about life in Dhaka. If i return I wont look further than this hotel-the other major chain properties are saw would be very noisy and frenetic by comparison

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  By KPEngland on Oct 10, 2011

I was in Radisson Hotel on a program of my friends at their Ball Room, a really spacious hall to gather 2000+ people!! Simply I just enjoyed their hospitality and now planning to celebrate my next birthday at Radisson ;-)

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  By Tania A on Oct 10, 2011

After a five hour long flight from Dubai, it was nice seeing a guy waiting with my name on a paging board at Dhaka airport from the hotel. It was a quick 15 minute journey from airport to hotel. Check-in was brisk but the room allotted to me was not of high standard. Dhaka hotels have been doing roaring business and as a result most of the top properties are perennially full-up. Therefore, after check-in when I complained about smelling shower curtain, clogged bathtub, etc. I was told that was the only room available. Food (dinner only) served at "Spice and Rice" is really hot and spicy. So much so one may get sick if one is going for Indian menu. However, Vietnamese menu in the same restaurant does offer some tasty and 'safe' items. Breakfast spread was good, I liked the omelet prepared by the chef at the egg station. The location is a big plus if somebody has work around airport area or beyond in that direction. You never have to negotiate the chaotic traffic of Dhaka if you stay here. But, you may also miss the major attractions of the city. I will go with four out of five for Radisson Blu as one does not have much of choice at Dhaka. At least the hotel satisfied the basic needs of a guest. I may return to the same place when I visit this city next on business.

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  By reli01 on Sep 09, 2011

Not even ten minutes from the airport the hotel offers warmth and an escape from the regular traffic of the city , I always wanted to get back to my room , the swimming pool is so welcoming , go for a walk by the pool it's a beautiful alley between the plantations , food is mouthwatering , but I was a bit disappointed on desserts , they till lacked the taste of Bengal , and good western desserts was I guess too much to expect ...over ok

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  By Prashantd... on Sep 09, 2011

It is an oasis in the country of Bangladesh. The lobby has an impressive appearance. The most interesting experience was the guest check in reception. They really offer a warm welcome and quite attentive.
The quality of the rooms and service quite good. But overall Dhaka seems to have severe power shortage. So quite surprisingly the hotel is also without power quite often. A more back up power solution was needed perhaps to make the guest experience more pleasant

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  By Suriddhi on Sep 09, 2011

Positively surprised, very good food, more then clean, more then friendly personel, location was perfect. well eqiped gym, nice pool, beautifull garden, tennis, ... But VERY expencive (dinner was immediatelly 45 $, beer 9 to 10 $, ...).

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  By ToneM4 on Sep 09, 2011

Only 2 hotels worthy in dhaka.... Compared to westin hotel in center i prefer radisson for its space and localisation and due to traffic this is really important.
The food is always good and the service perfect....
Better to take executive room because disappointing for standard becuse of bathroom commodities...to small for such kind of hotel.

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  By Itieses on Sep 09, 2011

I really like this hotel. Location is very convenient if you need to stay near Dhaka airport, pool side is really nice and it has a relaxing atmosphere. Downsides... music playing in the lobby all day long, that can be heard from the rooms. DOnt miss the massages at the Spa

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  By xanapoppi on Sep 09, 2011

This hotel is THE only hotel to stay in while in Dhaka. It's is 10 minutes from the airport, has all the mod cons you would expect from a 4/5* property, and the staff are very helpful indeed. It is a little expensive but no more so than similar hotels in other parts of the world and that's what your paying for...the familiar quality and comfort. It is quite a large complex that is set well away from the main road. It has a golf course of sorts behind it and a large, non busy, swimming pool within the grounds. The decor is a modern style and is still in good condition as it's only 5 years old. There is wifi in the main lobby area and ethernet in your room. I'm quite sure it's free. The main restaurant on the ground floor serves international quisine and is very edible. There is a bar in the basement which has a Filipino band of singers and dancers playing a nightly session. It is quite enjoyable although as nightlife goes it's pretty lame. The drinks are very very expensive due to the high duties/taxes on alcohol... but I'm not here to get drunk.
Overall I rate my stays at this hotel as always a good experience. The only other hotel in Dhaka that can compete is the Westin. But that is further in town and the traffic is horrendous, sometimes it takes 2hrs to get to the hotel from there, although an hour is more normal.

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  By GrandeTra... on Jul 07, 2011

I stayed at this hotel with two of my friends for two days at Dhaka. We had a nice stay here. This is a clean hotel. The rooms are basic, but clean, comfortable and have necessary facilities. The beds are comfortable enough for a peaceful sleep. The food was delicious. Staffs were quite helpful and friendly. The hotel offers a variety of facilities like spa, fitness centre, etc. I and my friends enjoyed our stay at the hotel. I had a relaxing spa treatment for myself. We would love to stay here again. We recommend it to others too.

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  By Brooke_pa... on Jun 06, 2011

As I was travelling to Dhaka for just a very short trip with work Colleagues, we found this hotel to be very convenient.
We had very helpful service on arrival which is good as a first impression.

The rooms were simple, as I didnt require anything more as we were there for a short time. The amenities incluided were sufficient and the beds were very comfortable. The overall cleanliness was good - this is especially important for me as a business traveller.

As our business was out of the hotel, I didnt have much time to explore all the the hotel facilities.
I tried to make time to relax at the spa - the 'thai spa' was good but very average nothing too special, the prices were average for that part of the world, could be cheaper.

The buffet restaurant was nice for an evening meal with my colleagues. I did however expect more 'traditional Bangladesh dishes' as there was only 1 or 2 from what I could tell.
My colleagues had commented that at least the soft drinks or water could be included in the buffet but this was not an option. Overall the food was tasty and the atmosphere of the restaurant, which became quite busy, was enjoyable.
I was however surprised at the fact that the whole hotel, public areas, were smoking, especially the lobby - that was however one major downside to the hotel - being a non-smoker myself.

The Front office staff were helpful but sometime were a little slow at times with general queries regarding the our account settlements upon checkout but very overall very courteous.

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  By Durst07 on Apr 04, 2011

this 5 star has it all. the room service food is rocking - try the pasta and pizza (tastes 100% italian) !! also very close to the airport. slightly expensive but i felt it was value for money. the hotel is close to posh dhaka areas such as gulshan. the exhibition centre is about 30 mins away.

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  By sumitmino... on Feb 02, 2011

Closest to the Airport ensures that you never can miss your flights. Dhaka traffic is pretty chaotic and you can get stuck but not when you stay in Radisson.The Hotel is well run and offers a game of Golf at the nearby Army Golf course so it is an aim plus for the guest.The Bar doubles up as a night club and has a Fillipino band on contract. The Restaurants are charming and staff very freindly.
It has a fabulous Bar be Que Buffet on weekends... All Australian imported meats.Radisson is a great place for business or pleasure.

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  By Speedy063 on Feb 02, 2011

If you read my other reviews, you'd see I'm picky. If not for an accidental discovery of the fact, that the bathtub was not entirely clean, I would give the hotel 5 stars.

Check in was a breeze, staff were extremely courteous - I had a problem with my safe, and an engineer was upstairs within 10 minutes, fixing both the safe and the drain in the bathtub (which is how I discovered the tub was not clean - as the water came up, it contained hair, which clearly wasn't mine).

The downstairs restaurant had pretty decent food and great capuccino.

The fact that the hotel is military owned and ran, is a bonus - it means everything is done in an effective fashion.

Because of it's proximity to the airport, it is very convenient, if your business does not take you downtown.

As for the noise complaint of one of the reviewers - if your windows face the other side, then instead of planes and cars, you get a noisy train, so there is no winning - it's just the location.

Bottom line - a definite repeat.

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  By DrSavant on Nov 11, 2010

Nice hotel, very good staff, rooms facing the avenue are noisy both due to the traffic and Military aircrafts take-offs.
Very good buffet, reasonable prices (international) but in the city the meals are cheaper.
I recommend stay in the hotel, unless you're looking for adventures, very good option.

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  By MarcoPate... on Jul 07, 2010

This hotel is pretty new so is still very attractive. The rooms are set around a central lobby area which is beautifully designed.

Rooms: The rooms are spacious with large bed, desk, chair, TV mini bar, tv, tea facilities etc. The bathroom had a bath and a separate shower cubicle. It has handy things such as there are plugs for euro and UK plugs! Small features like a de-misting mirror in the bathroom make it that bit more luxurious. There is free internet but it is not wireless you have to attach using a cable which is provided for you! I had a room at the front of the hotel which got pretty noisy when the traffic started up. Also the hotel is on the flight path so that can be very noisy. The air conditioning works very well.

Breakfast: Breakfast buffet is good. There is a selection of Euro and Indian food. There is a fresh juice bar where juice is made in front of you - wonderful. There was plenty of space in the breakfast room.

Pool: The pool area is lovely although there are not many sunbeds. You can get towels for the pool from health centre. The pool has a lovely pagoda that we lay on every day.

Other facilities: The bar is tucked away at the bottom of the hotel as Bangladesh is a Muslim country and so there is no drinking allowed in public. The restaurant on the 8th floor - called Sublime is as it say sublime! The food is fantastic. There are a number of small shops which I didn't use.

The airport is very close only about 10 mins drive. Traffic in Dhaka is crazy so it takes a very long time to get anywhere!

Be warned: February is mosquito season in Bangladesh and I was very badly bitten on my legs despite wearing a lot of insect repellent. I would recommend making sure you take a mosquito plug for your room and deet bands for your wrists if you can get them, Also make sure you have a good anti histamine and some bite cream for if you do get bitten.

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  By EuroCorre... on Feb 02, 2010

Friendly as usuall in Bangladesh, but allso clean and good quality. If you want to stay in a hotel that is up to western standards, this is definately a good choice.

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  By superjack... on Feb 02, 2010

Hotel Radisson as usual is at its Best in Dhaka also. The Hotel is at a very good location. Service and staff is very good. Food is also fine. All in all it is a good place to stay.

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  By Vdawar on Dec 12, 2009

Perfect for a couple of nights stop for a business visit. Biggest (and is a big one) flaw is the lack of any walking distance access to any convenient local commerce

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  By blue14540... on Nov 11, 2009

I stayed for 3 nights at the Radisson in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The hotel was beautiful and the staff was all very friendly and accommodating. The Radisson is located on the airport road and is a very short drive from the airport. The grounds are beautiful, swimming pool is very nice and a well appointed gym. I stayed on the club level. This was very nice and the lounge was beautiful with excellent service. I used the club lounge mainly for printing material for meetings (extra charge over 5 pages) and breakfast. There are several restaurants in the hotel and the food is very good with a wide variety of dishes, both local and international. The Radisson has 2 bars; a cigar bar (I did not visit) and a bar downstairs that had entertainment in the form of a band from the Philippines. Since my visit was during Ramadan there were not many people in the bar. I was in need of a haircut and was able to get one at the spa for a decent price.
One recommendation is since traffic is a nightmare try to stay near where your customers are. The Radisson is very close to the airport but it can be a lengthy car ride to the central business area.

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  By OleMissTr... on Aug 08, 2009

It is a nice hotel, close to the airport and not far from the city main central district (Gulshan). Rooms are comfortable, though not outstanding; facilities are good (gym, spa, restaurants) and service is getting better and better (when it was opened 3 years ago, was rather bad). Food is ok, both in the main coffe shop and the European restaurant on the top floor. There is a small disco/lounge, but rather loud. The spa is pleasent and clean. The overall value for money is good.

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  By AAPDubai on Jun 06, 2009

Excellent hotel from B'desh perspective. Disadvantage is it's far from the main city.

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  By rmiglani on Apr 04, 2009

The hotel was highly recommended by the Indian Embassy and a business colleague in Dhaka.

We conducted an event in the banquet hall for about 50 persons.

The food was excellent, the staff was polite and efficient and the audio-visual facilities good.

Did not stay there (as there were no rooms available), but found the room tariff (I think about US$300) to be generally quite high at all hotels in Dhaka (compared to other locations in Asia).

Overall, a good experience. Would love to return and stay there for a couple of days.

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  By ketan_san on Apr 04, 2009

My last stay was in February. But during my trips three or four times a year to Dhaka,I have been staying at the Rdisson, ever since it opened. I once stayed at the Westin but moved back again to Radisson.
What attracts me to this hotel is its proximity to the airport, yet not far from the city but outside the din and buzz of the traffic , well trained and courteous staff. But most of all, the setting and the sourroundings - which I most enjoy when I take my morning walk around the hotel. It will be even better of course if the hotel created a special joggers path.

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  By wookie9 on Apr 04, 2009

I stayed here for a week on business and was apprehensive after reading some of the reviews. I shouldn't have been. There is nothing negative about this hotel. One has to place it in the perspective of the country and the city. It is an oasis of calm on the fringes of the madness of Dhaka. It is very close to the airport and away from the worst of the smog and pollution of the city.

After the Dhaka traffic experience, if you're on business, believe me, you want to be close to the airport. With traffic progress at around an hour or more for up to 5 kilometres, you need some certainty.

The hotel is typical international city Radisson. Nice pool and some gardens. Very attentive service with towels by the pool, food and drink if required. They aren't too busy at a can of Guinness running at £14 and small cans of Tiger at £6.

The food however, is fabulous in the Spice and Rice restaurant. Local dishes, not too expensive (for European standards). I recommend 'the journey' which is a six course feast of 16 dishes and you can eat as much as you want. A bit repetitive after a week but they do vary the dishes.

The breakfasts are as you would expect anywhere in the world.

The security, alluded to in many reviews is more laughable than intrusive. They search the underside of incoming cars with mirrors, but in the most cursory way. The metal detectors are cosmetic, as are the uniformed staff. They don't stop prostitutes wandering into the main bar (Blaze) and accosting the drinkers which perhaps, given their openness, is rather surprising.

Excellent wifi in the public areas which didn't go as far as the rooms. But there are high speed connections available free.

Very good bathrooms with ample cosmetics and a power shower with plenty of hot water. There were power cuts every evening but didn't last long.

I'd certainly stay there again.

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  By geggs on Jan 01, 2009

I was a little aprehensive since this was my first trip to Dhaka. Overall I can say that I enjoyed the hotel very much. Staff was just excellent, accomodating, pleasent, willing to go the extra mile, always inquiring if everything was to my satisfaction. The room was better than I expected , and was roomy and quite comfortable although the towels were a little rough (think Loofa) but great water pressure and plenty of hot water. Location was the best for me due to proximity to both the airport and my office which are both 15 minutes away. Restaurant was excellent, especially the breakfast buffet. Internet connection very good and free! One issue is that the hotel is very popular for wedding, social functions and business events and that means that it can be quite noisy, especially on the weekends so you need to book a room away from the nightclub area. I will definatetely stay here again and recommend to my associates. Bangladesh: well I actually found it quite facinating and really enjoyed the place for the short time I was there. BTW there are great deals on mobile phones in Dhaka (had to replace mine when it gave up the ghost)

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  By BArocks on Nov 11, 2008

A new hotel, the rooms and lobby are great. Though one of the down sides is that it is outside the main city, its worth the commute. Gym facilties are good and restaurant also very nice (they have their own wine - yes, alcohol - from their own vineyard in Australia).

Breakfast is good and the pool side also nice, though last time I went it was monsoon season.

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  By timborule... on May 05, 2008

Of the business hotels in Dhaka, this is the best choice, location is close to the Gulshan area wwhere most offices and embassies are located.
Functional rooms with free broadband service, comfortable beds and good facilities such as gym, pool etc.

On the negative side, it's located in Dhaka, one of the worst dumps in Asia, and prices on alcohol is horrendous, expect to pay 10USD for a can of beer. However, all hotels in Dhaka are pricy on alcohol.

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  By Realtrave... on May 05, 2008

Our stay was great. Initially I was given a room right next to the car drop-off point, but the staff switched me to a higher floor upon request. The lobby isnt that great - its a bit too jammed with sofas and too noisy. And the worst part is that you cannot escape that annoying lobby music, no matter where you try to hide.

The rooms are a bit small, but very comfortable. Be aware that there is a railway track running next door, so most rooms get the train honking sound all day and night, but its not uncomfortable.

The restaurants, however, are seriously pricey, and the food, while good, isnt out of this world. Would recommend trying the restaurants in the basement. The spa is very nice, and you must try the Thai massage.

Give at least one hour to get to any part of the city, since the Radisson is at the outskirts.

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  By ipbsln on Aug 08, 2007

I stayed in this hotel with a business companion for the best part of three weeks in Jan/Feb 2007. Firstly the hotel is brand new, very clean, has friendly & attentive staff who speak good english for the most part, and is located reasonably close the the airport on a main highway.

The water garden is however, very expensive in terms of eating in the restaurant, and just for food in general. There is a small newsagent type shop on the site, which also sells counterfeit dvds along with other discount snacks and nick nacs...

The lobby is very impressive with a lovely ambience and amble seating. There is also a medium sized fitness centre in the hotel which while not overly impressive, is rarely busy.

The guest rooms are very clean, bright and new. The large TV has about ten english speaking channels including sky news, bbc world, and espn for live sports. The bed is very comfortable and the climate control system works a dream! The rooms also have free internet access via an network cable which u attach your pc to. I used the internet everyday, and ialthough the speed was not great, i was able to easily browse, check email etc..

So overall i hav no real complaints about the hotel apart from the excessive cost of the food, and the fact that there was one power cut during my stay. Easily the best hotel in Dhaka, if not the most expensive...

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  By muvc on Apr 04, 2007

Really nice hotel with spacious very clean rooms.
Free internet available in the rooms and in the lobby.Good gym with a pool view. Had some great dinners there.
Ideal for business travellers .
I enjoyed staying there and had surprisingly the best coffee and pancakes for breakfast !
The hotel rates are very high for Bangladesh standards though.
Be aware of the high taxes!
I had booked a standard room at $125 excluding tax and breakfast and ended up paying $161 including tax and another $ 11.- on top of it for breakfast.

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  By madamtrav... on Aug 08, 2006

街にと言うよりは空港に近いホテルです。滞在に関してはとくに不満はありませんでした。部屋もとくに不満を抱くほどではないですし、プールも良かったです。妻はホテルのエステをリピートするほど良かったと言ってました。
ただ、問題は支払いの時に起きました。とある旅行サイトで支払いを済ませていたのですが、ホテル側は確認していないとのことで、支払いを求められました。幸い支払いを証明する文書をプリントアウトしていたので払わずに済んだのですが、そうでなかったら……。
ちなみにホテルからの請求額は旅行サイトをけっこう下回る金額で、もしかしたらバングラデシュのホテルは現地で決済した方がいいのかも、とも思いました。

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  By meg222 on Nov 11, 2011

プロモーション料金で、家族で1泊2食付、14000円程度で宿泊しました。
定価はこの2倍~3倍なので、あまり文句は言えないですし、「概ね」満足した、というところです。
【立地】
空港にかなり近い幹線道路沿いにあります。防音がしっかりしていることと、敷地が広いことにより、部屋からは騒音が気になりませんでした。
【部屋】
5年ほど前にできたようで、建物全体もそうであるように、新しさを感じます。机にソファーもあり、快適。
スタンダードルームより1つ高いクラスの、Atriumルームに泊まったのですが、かなり広く感じました。
テレビは液晶。NHKワールドは見られましたが、プレミアムは見られなかった記憶があります。
バスルームは湯船の他に、シャワールームがありました。これも綺麗。
【夕食・朝食】
夕食はアジア料理全般を取り扱っているレストランで。バラエティーがあり、かつ美味しかったです。
朝食はビュッフェ形式で種類も多く、かつ美味しかった。お腹いっぱいです。
【従業員】
全体的に悪くはないのですが、対応が若干遅いと感じるときがありました。
特に気になったのは、
①予約時のレスの遅さ。数日放ったらかしのこともあり、「何月何日に送ったメールだけど…」と電話で照会すると、「その日の、何時何分のだ?多すぎて分からんのだ」との由…。
②チェックアウト時にタクシーを呼ぶよう依頼し、ロビーで待っていたのですが、30分経っても音沙汰なし。1時間経ってもまだ動きがないのでリマインドすると「お詫びにホテルの車を出す」との由。この対応には安堵したのですが、依頼者がロビーでずっと待っているのを見ていながら、放置できるという点は、5つ星ホテルとしてどうかというのが率直なところです。

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  By MMCyclist on Jul 07, 2011

well it was ok nothing really great. its just a nice spacious hotel ... did not get much view about the city. the place is a bit inconvenient if you want to get local transportation but then again it is closer to the airport. the restaurant are not very exciting so yeah cannot say it that it was an experience to remember

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  By alvi1234 on Sep 09, 2011

This hotel is geared towards business travelers and flights crews - and I would not fathom staying here unless someone else was footing the bill and exorbitant rate ($300+).

It is a comfortable option - although not luxurious - and conveniently located on a secure compound mid-way between the airport and Gulshan. The Friday night barbecue is popular and has a vast option of dishes to choose from including imported Australian steaks. But everything comes at a hefty price including the internet and breakfast. The hotel is located next to the highway and it is not really feasible to walk outside the hotel gates, so it's important to have access to a car.

Overall, this hotel provides comfort and convenience for short-term travelers who aren't worried about the final bill, but it's not an ideal place for those who want to experience Bangladeshi culture, cuisine and community or those on a tighter budget.

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  By mary_p74 on Jul 07, 2011

The hotel is not 5 star as they might like to claim. Perhaps, 4 star. Food is mediocre with heavy meat items and all very oily. Not good Bengal food or Indian food at all. they also allow smoking in the entire building, lobby, restaurant etc!

They put a 10% service charge on every ticket even if you self serve in the buffet where there is no service at all. But then they add 15% TAX on the food and 15% on the service charge.
A feel a tip is a tip and should not be taxed. The hotel is dishonest. When I raised this issue with the manager, he just looked stupidly at me with a big grin showing of his uneven yellowish teeth saying, ' yes that is our policy'.

Don't be taken advantage of, stay some where else!

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  By Mahamithr... on Apr 04, 2011

This hotel is well located if you want to be near the airport but if you have meetings in the city centre this is not a good place to stay due to traffic. The staff were friendly and the rooms clean. I can't really complain about this hotel but it didn't wow me. Based on the rate I paid, I expected to be wowed. The rate I paid for an atrium room was what you would expect to pay in NY or London. Not Dhaka. And breakfast was an addtional $25usd. The facilities were good- I used the gym and spa. The restaurants were average. I also didn't like being in a compound, but I suspect for some guests that is ideal. I have stayed in Dhaka before but at the Westin and I expect if I return that is where I would stay again.

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  By headinthe... on Mar 03, 2011

The water garden Radisson Hotel is very close to the airport , by distance and time (All co- relation between time and distance is suspended when a person is in Dhaka) hence it has an advantage over other hotels in the city.
The rooms are not bad , and the service is good. When you check in and want to use airline points , please check and double check since the habit of front desk staff is to check once ( not very well ) and then say no. Once you do your own homework and point out to them their error , they will check again and miraculously , find the missing airline partner.
The breakfast is great with a very wide variety. Their fine dining restaurant is quite good. Their steaks are very acceptable. however the desserts are over done with too many sauces. For the purist , any tiramisu that comes with fruity sauces is a big NO NO.
They pool is clean , well maintained and the lawns are easy on the eyes. The fit ness centre is poorly lit , well equipped machines but is not maintained very well. The hotel I guess allows NON resident users and hence hotel residents sometimes will have to wait.
This is certainly not a bad hotel to stay , you can certainly find better and definitely many that are far worse. I would not say this is a bad hotel but staff training and maintainence is not as good as some of the others in the city.

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  By Brat0 on Jun 06, 2010

I came here as The Westin was full and had no regrets. Food and breakfast good, all laundry was free ( part of a special room package) and the restaurants were good for business dining. Cigar room bar lifeless and nightclub bar a bit too full of life. Low life that is!

Location just puts it below the Westin for me as traffic is possibly the world's worst but very close call.

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  By UKBoyDKGi... on May 05, 2010

As a woman travelling alone to Dhaka I was a little apprehensive & chose to stay in a "Western style" hotel. I`ve stayed in Radissons before so thought that this would be ideal. It was very expensive - max European prices. I wonder if the staff are paid European wages otherwise Radisson must be laughing all the way to the Bank.
Anyway, the room was OK. I was told that I would be phoned and offered an alternative once I`d seen it. This didnt happen & I was so tired that I just fell asleep in it. The towels seem to be a problem, very thin and rough. Actually the linen situation was generally poor. My sheets were literally ragged at the edges.
The staff were pleasant - some more than others. Breakfast buffet was very good but so it should be for £14.
Next time I`ll give the Pan Pacific Sonargon a try. The local people I met with certainly felt that it was better.
Incidentally, I had a great time in Dhaka and met many interesting people. I felt safe the whole time and really enjoyed being in Bangladesh..

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  By nippyswee... on Dec 12, 2008

Had to be in Dhaka for a night in May - however due to hideous flight times had to book hotel for 2 nights to be able to get into room when landing
Room ok, but Bathroom smelled awful - very sickly
i reported it to reception who advised housekeeping had looked into the issue
When I retunred to my room it still stank, there was a brown ish liquid in the bath from taps (??) so poured all the bubble bath in which helped..... if I had been there for more than 1 night I would have switched rooms
Great power shower though!
Food was fine in resteraunts - tried a local dish and also fish and chips !!) which were great
all in all Hotel room was fine, but as this is a busy highly used business hotel its looking tired - worn towels, carpets etc, which would be fine, bar the fact its not cheap - they did have a business monopoly, should I be in Dhaka again I'll give the westin a go!

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  By oggybags on May 05, 2008

I traveled to Dhaka for business for a 2 night stay. I was stuck in Singapore due to missing my flight. I contacted the hotel and informed them that I was going to be arriving the next night and I would only be staying one night. The customer service rep at the hotel took my information and informed me that everything was taken care of. I arrived in Dhaka and had to immediately go directly to the meeting from the airport. When I arrived at the hotel I found out that my room was cancelled and they could not find my information. I explained the situation and the staff at the check in desk looked bewildered. After an hour of explaining how I contacted them they looked eventually found a no show notice they completed and stated that I never called. Well, after an additional 20 minutes the hotel agreed to give me my original room back, but not after charging me for the missed night that I cancelled. They went out of their way to make it known to me that they were doing me a favor by letting me have my room back. The next morning I needed to go to the business center to print a boarding pass for my outgoing flight that same night. The business center opens at 7am so I made it a priority to awake and make my way there to take care of this matter. When I arrived to the business center at 7am it was not open. I asked the concierge desk what time the center opened and they told me 7am. I stated that the center is closed. I was told that maybe the person is coming to open and to have a seat and wait. So I did. I waited 10 minutes, which is not a big deal. When the gentleman arrived he opened the center and I told him I needed to print a boarding pass. He turned on all the computers and printers and I printed my pass. I thanked him grabbed the pass on one sheet of paper and before I could walk out he asked me how many sheets I had. I told him one and he stated that he had to charge me for the sheet, when it is not even marked anywhere in the center that there is a charge for using the printer. He asked me for my room number, which I gave him and he said that he would forgive it this time but next time he would charge me. Gee thanks mister. Finally the coup-de-gra. I had a company meeting in the hotel at 10:30 am that same day I was checking out. A conference room was rented out for our meeting and it was a possibility the meeting could go past checkout time. The hotel checkout was at 2pm, so I went to the checkout desk to see if I could leave my bags in my room till 3 or 4 just until the meeting was over and then I could make my way to the airport. As I stood there waiting there was a flight crew from Qatar Airlines checking out. There were only 3 individuals checking out when I was in line and when additional crew member made their way to the counter they made their way to the front of the line cutting in front of everyone and the checkout desk said nothing. They even found time to have a conversations with them making the rest of us in line wait. As this was going on additional crew member showed up and this practice continued for an additional 5-10 minutes, which I made eye contact with the staff expressing my displeasure with the situation. After all that I was abruptly asked if what I needed. I explained my situation to the clerk in turn I was told that they would charge me ½ a day rate to keep my bags there. They offered no other alternative for me even after renting the conference room and supporting the hotel. The staff is very non-accommodating and needs to take some classes in customer service. If this hotel was back home it would wouldn’t survive.

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  By Pat55ski on Oct 10, 2011

As this hotel is running by army they dont behave good to bangladeshi stayer.i came dhaka frm chittagong city and stay there.the rum r nice everything good quality but behave is soo much bad.as it locate in cantonment area so not place of romance at all.they may make u leave the hotel if u came for dinner with ur girlfriend.
I recommend westin hotel to stay.

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  By Mayoon on Oct 10, 2010

This is a good place to stay on a business trip, no doubts. But I had a challenge when i had a medical condition requiring immediate assistance and could not get it. As a result in the absence of medical care for almost 13 hours I suffered a ruptured Appendix and i will never stay at this hotel. Radisson staff could not get me a Doctor (not one on call ) and when i asked for pain killers they insisted that i first give them a indemnity letter and only then i got the pain killer tablet after about 4 hours of requesting the same.

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  By GirishNai... on Jul 07, 2010

I found almost exactly the same as "So-So" in these reviews, except that I checked into this hotel with a request for a non-smoking room. There were none available. I was put into a room which reeked of stale cigarette smoke, and which left me with a reeling headache each morning. While I can understand the lack of availability of some rooms, my complaints each day met with absolutely no action, not even an acknowledgment. In fact, in general, the service at the Reception was as bad as I have found hotels at that price (and I stay in leading hotels probably every other week), and I was fobbed off with different excuses each time. Overall, a usefully located hotel, but with service at Reception and from Duty Managers that was a very poor advert for Radisson hotels worldwide. The fact that my experience was almost exactly the same as that is "So-So" suggests that this is a common problem.

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  By Gruntwort... on Oct 10, 2009

stayed for one week at Radisson Dhaka recently (May 2009). The property is close to the hotel but little far from the main business district (like Gulshan). They gave me a room on non smoking floor and when I requested them to try and shift me, they kept telling me that they will do it but they never did. They gave the excuse that they were housefull but I think if they had sincerely wanted they could have done it because they must be having check-outs every day. The other practice that I don't think is reasonable is that when the hotel quotes tariff in USD and guest is willing to pay in USD, they cannot force me to convert and reconvert. I have had to incur significant losses on this forced conversion. They convert the tariff in BDT @ ~ 69 per $ but when you pay in USD they buy @ 67 per $ and this is unfair. They say as per government regulation they cannot accept USD but if it is true why are they charging different rates?

Also, I found it strange that the rates quoted to my company USD 155++ was without breakfast. Normally, rates (even CGVR) always include breakfast. Their buffet breakfast at around 1600 BDT is quite expensive.

Other eating outlets are not really great either. I ventured into the bar with live music called "Blaze" but it looked very seedy with kind of patrons who were present. Even the food served there was very ordinary, with accompaniments like French Fries really poor quality.

When I once went to the pool side outlet for some snacks just 15 minutes after the scheduled closing time, they refused to take the order.

The shopping arcade is also very ordinary.

Also, rooms don't have a video on demand service (pay movies).

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  By xler_par... on Jun 06, 2009

While certainly one of the top hotels in Dhaka, the Radisson is creepy --especially for women business travellers. Lots of "security" men follow you around and roam the floors at night. Good security? Probably. But the net effect is that you feel watched all the time, even when eating. I ended up ordering room service which was ok. And the NOISE. The 5 nights of my stay included at least 2 major parties in the open lobby at center of the hotel. The noise travels up and echos. Some flight attendants who were there at the same time complained that they had asked for rooms in the side wing off the center lobby to avoid this consistent noise problem. In addition to the lobby parties, the hotel is near to the train tracks = more noise. The amenities shop (hotel store) in the lower level was really bad, selling dusty creme and hair spray from 1960. The check in and check out was slow and the english skills of the staff were so-so. But the location near the airport is good and the business lounge is good. The room was very clean and well kept with good linens and pillows. However, next time, I'm going to the Westin.

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  By Explorer1... on Feb 02, 2008

The hotel is unquestionably one of the nicer ones in Dhaka. My concern is the overwhelming security in the hotel. I think it may be that way partially because the hotel feels that it is good service, and partially because the local culture loves to stare at foreigners.

I walked around the outdoor pool behind the hotel one evening with a business associate, and the security guard fell in right behind us maybe 20 feet behind. Every time we changed directions, he did too. It was unnerving.

Also when you get on or off the hotel elevator, there is a person nearby waiting and watching that occasionally sees fit to mumble into his radio and sometimes jots down a note. To me this is overwhelming.

A jeweler that came to drop off a purchase was stopped at the lobby because he had a women with him, and was hassled. The woman was made to leave.

You must make the decision what level of security you feel comfortable with. On my next visit I will avoid this hotel, despite the nice rooms and good food.

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  By CharlesCa... on Mar 03, 2007

I visited this hotel since Jan. 9th to Jan. 11th.
At the first night, I couldn't sleep at all because of mosquitos.
I could catch 6 mosquitos at the Hotel!
Even I got a flu by the mosquito bite.
Also there water drain was also poor.
I couldn't beleive that this Hotel got a 5 star.
I strongly suggest that stay at Westin when you need to stay at Bangladesh.

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  By Bluewish2... on Jan 01, 2011

stayed at the hotel for two nights over the 26th and 27th of february.had booked a club level room and therefore expected a better than normal level of service.The experience however was terrible. apparently there was some repair work on the room just above the one i was alloted ,therefore all night -both nights -there were pounding and screeching sounds coming from the roof of my room! when i finally complained at midnight on the second night the noise stopped only to start again at 5 a.m. !!At the coffee shop when I asked for a beer i drew a blank-after 10 minutes when I reminded the steward about the beer he apologised to say it had run out and he had specially requested for it to be fetched from another restaurant.The only place that beer did finally appear was on my bill!!The club lounge serves a breakfast that is guaranteed to ruin even the healthiest of appetites and the service at the lounge makes you want to scream for attention.All in all a very disappointing experience .

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  By ray63 on Mar 03, 2007

Direction from hotel to

Choose a Hotel Room Type

Deluxe Room

Room facilities :
  • Safety box
  • Bathtub
  • Minibar
  • WiFi
  • Telephone
  • Study Table
  • Tea/Coffee Maker
  • Bathroom Toiletries
  • Air Conditioning
  • Television
  • Mineral Water
What is included :
  • Airport transfer
  • Complimentary Breakfast
  • Free Internet
  • Mineral Water Bottles

USD 405

all inclusive

Book Room
Per night Total room cost Tax & fees Total cost
USD 330 USD 330 USD 75

USD 405

Atrium Room

Room facilities :
  • Safety box
  • Television
  • Mineral Water
  • Bathtub
  • Minibar
  • WiFi
  • Telephone
  • Study Table
  • Tea/Coffee Maker
  • Bathroom Toiletries
  • Air Conditioning
What is included :
  • Airport transfer
  • Complimentary Breakfast
  • Free Internet
  • Mineral Water Bottles

USD 473

all inclusive

Book Room
Per night Total room cost Tax & fees Total cost
USD 385 USD 385 USD 88

USD 473

Business Class

Room facilities :
  • Bathroom Toiletries
  • Air Conditioning
  • Mineral Water
  • Safety box
  • LCD/Plasma screen
  • Bathtub
  • Fridge
  • Minibar
  • WiFi
  • Telephone
  • Study Table
  • Tea/Coffee Maker
What is included :
  • Airport transfer
  • Complimentary Breakfast
  • Free Internet
  • Mineral Water Bottles

USD 648

all inclusive

Book Room
Per night Total room cost Tax & fees Total cost
USD 528 USD 528 USD 120

USD 648

Executive Suite Room

Room facilities :
  • Air Conditioning
  • Mineral Water
  • Safety box
  • LCD/Plasma screen
  • Bathtub
  • Fridge
  • Minibar
  • Hair Dryer
  • WiFi
  • Telephone
  • Study Table
  • Tea/Coffee Maker
  • Bathroom Toiletries
What is included :
  • Airport transfer
  • Complimentary Breakfast
  • Free Internet
  • Mineral Water Bottles

USD 1115

all inclusive

Book Room
Per night Total room cost Tax & fees Total cost
USD 908 USD 908 USD 207

USD 1115

Dining:

Radisson Blu Water Garden Hotel Dhaka features seven on-site food and beverage outlets, including all-day dining and a cigar bar. The restaurants serve the finest cuisines and a wide selection of imported premium cigars and beverages. Enjoy live entertainment at Blaze.