Hotels in Bangladesh

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Best cities to book a hotel in Bangladesh

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$22 - $69

CHEAPEST CITY IN BANGLADESHSrimangal53% cheaperHotels in Srimangal are the cheapest in Bangladesh at just $22 per night on average
MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN BANGLADESHSavar31% more expensiveSavar has the highest priced hotels in Bangladesh with rooms averaging $69 per night
MOST POPULAR CITY IN BANGLADESHDhaka83% more users visitedMore momondo users search for hotels in Dhaka than any other city in Bangladesh

Things to do in Bangladesh

Hotels in popular cities in Bangladesh

Below are the most popular cities in Bangladesh to stay in, as well as some of the best hotels in each area

When to book a hotel in Bangladesh

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Low SeasonSeptembercheapest month to stay
High SeasonMarchmost expensive time to stay
44%expected price decrease
40%expected price increase


$50 - $145

Cheapest day of weekThursdayis the cheapest day of the week to book
Highest day of weekSundayis the most expensive day of the week to book
$95is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day
$80is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day

Useful insights on Bangladesh hotels

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Most Popular Hotel (5-star)

Pan Pacific Sonargaon Dhaka

Hotels Near Airport

The cheapest price for a room in Bangladesh found in the last 7 days is $10/night. This rate is available with Hotel Asia, a 1-star hotel.
Travel with comfort when booking a room with Pan Pacific Sonargaon Dhaka, the most popular 5-star hotel in Bangladesh (7.6/10 rating - based on 299 reviews).
There are 664 hotels in Bangladesh close to Dhaka Hazrat Shahjalal Intl. Green House Hotel & Tours is the nearest with a distance of 0.9 mi from this airport.

Information about staying in Bangladesh

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For comfortable and convenient accommodation, consider finding cheap hotels in Bangladesh around Dhaka. The city has a well-connected transportation system, offering an ideal connection to attractions and intercity transfers. Public buses are the most popular and affordable means of transportation, featuring government and private buses. The buses service extensive routes around the city; however, locating the right bus for your itinerary plans or schedules can be difficult. You can inquire from the bus conductor to get precise information. If you seek to travel like a local, you can try a rickshaw, popular human-powered vehicles ideal for short stretches within the town. Also, train journeys are well recommended if you are looking to escape traffic jams in the city. Some of the best hotels in Bangladesh include Hotel Fountain and Platinum Residence.

The Sundarbans is one of the reasons why tourists flock to Bangladesh. This unique ecosystem sanctuary is located off the beaten path in the southwest of the country. The Sundarbans is the world's largest mangrove forest and is home to the Royal Bengal Tiger, lush, beautiful forests, and diverse animal and bird species. The forest also boasts various thrilling activities, including hiking, boat riding, and watching dolphins. Another popular attraction in Bangladesh is Saint Martin Island, the only coral island in the city. The island features stunning beaches, ornated with spectacular views, pristine waters, and coconut palms. Saint Martin Island is ideal for escaping the bustle of the city while soaking in the sun and enjoying the tranquility of nature. Tourists normally frequent this island between November and February when the weather is best for outdoor adventure. Checking in at Bangladesh hotels like Sunset Serenity places you right on the island.

Since Bangladesh is a Muslim country, there are limited options for enjoying wild alcohol night parties. However, Dhaka features a fair share of nightlife venues, including bars, cafes, restaurants, coffee houses, and member-only lounges. The lounges offer a thrilling atmosphere for nightlife adventure, and you can also check into hotels with lounges as they are allowed to serve alcoholic treats to foreigners. Nevertheless, this city is more than a partying hotspot. It also boasts a vibrant dining scene, featuring cuisines from all over the world, including native Bangladeshi, Indian, Italian and Chinese. Another great option for intriguing nightlife is Chittagong, popular for spicy and hot curries. The city features a vibrant food scene and a few venues for nightlife, including bars, clubs, and lounges. If you need an alcoholic drink, check out the chic bars of upscale hotels in the city, such as The Peninsula Chittagong and Radisson Blu Chittagong Bay View.

If you seek to enjoy an historical adventure, Dhaka is the ideal place for you. The city is home to Lalbagh Fort, an incomplete architectural masterpiece of the Mughal Empire. Visitors frequent this historical attraction throughout the year to immerse themselves in the history of the Mughal empire by exploring the fort's tombs, governor's residence, mosque, numerous statutes, and hidden passages. Lalbagh Fort entrance tickets are cheap, and their cost varies depending on the visitor's nationality. Some of the best hotels near the fort include Intercontinental Dhaka, An IHG Hotel, and Pan Pacific Sonargaon Dhaka. Another historical hive in Bangladesh is Comilla District, which hosts one of the sacred Buddhist places, Kotila Mura. This ancient site is located on a flattened mound and features three Buddhist stupa ruins. The three sanctuaries are thought to represent Buddhism's three jewels, the Dharma, the Sangha, and the Buddha. Evidence suggests that this historic Buddhist edifice was active until the 13th century. Visitors flock to this museum between March and June. Reserving your spot at Khan Resort is well recommended, only a short drive from Kotila Mura.

At just $18 per night on average, September is the least expensive month to stay at a hotel in Bangladesh. The most expensive month to stay at a hotel in Bangladesh is November.

As many would assume, more people stay in Dhaka than in any other city while visiting Bangladesh.

As a popular tourist destination in Bangladesh, it is no surprise that Kuakāta has the most expensive hotel rooms at $64 per night - 63% more than than the country's average hotel room price.

momondo's favorite hotels in Bangladesh

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Golden Inn Chattagram

336 Station Road, Chittagong, Bangladesh

Hotel Grand Park

Hotel Grand Park

Band Road, Barisal, Bangladesh

Grand Selim Resort & Tour

Grand Selim Resort & Tour

Ramnagar Monipuripara, Srimangal, Bangladesh


Hotel Seven Star

99 Bcc Road Thatari Bazaar, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Doreen Hotel Dhaka Gulshan

Doreen Hotel Dhaka Gulshan

6A North Avenue Commercial Area, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Hotel Grand View

Hotel Grand View

Jail Road Point, Sylhet, Bangladesh


Short stay service apartment

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Sreemangal Inn Hotel & Restaurant

Sreemangal Inn Hotel & Restaurant

Habigonj Road, Srimangal, Bangladesh


Nascent Gardenia Residence

House#17, Road#1, Block#B, Niketon, Gulshan-1, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Uni Resort

Uni Resort

Kolatali Road, Cox’s Bāzār, Bangladesh


Jatra Flagship Rajshahi City Centre

House: 52, Road: 04, Padma Abashik, R/A, Postal Code-6207, Rajshahi, Rājshāhi, Bangladesh

Best Western Heritage

Best Western Heritage

173-01 Bypass Road, Cox’s Bāzār, Bangladesh

Zabeer Hotel International

Zabeer Hotel International

1256, Maulana Mohammad Ali Road, Jessore, Bangladesh

Hotel Sea Uttara

Hotel Sea Uttara

Dolphin Circle, Kolatoli,Cox's Bazar, Cox’s Bāzār, Bangladesh

Exotica Sampan

Exotica Sampan

Marin Drive Road, Cox’s Bāzār, Bangladesh

Hotel Coral Reef

Hotel Coral Reef

Plot 47, Block B, Cox’s Bāzār, Bangladesh


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