Although Bangladesh relies solely on agriculture, this fast growing country's tourism is picking up quickly as their economy. There are luxury and budget hotels in Dhaka, the country's capital city, such Dhaka Sheraton, Pan Pacific, Pan Pacific Sonargon and the Grand Prince.
Dhaka Sheraton Hotel is a five-star hotel that stands in the city's premier address. It is close to Dhaka's Ramna Park, where the Prime Minister holds office. Dhaka Sheraton has 272 guest rooms and has suites of varying themes. Other than an outdoor pool, guests may also enjoy their nightly dose of live music at The Bar. Guests also have the option to have a day out arranged by the hotel's 24-hour concierge services.
Within range of the city's fast-paced life, the Pan Pacific Sonargaon Dhaka its interiors lined with warm tropical colors. Guests may opt to use the new rooms, which are equipped with flat-screen LCD TV sets. The Pan Pacific Sonargaon's Jharna restaurant is known for its oriental dishes and seafood.
Grand Prince Hotel is a newer yet reasonably priced hotel. It has 100 classy rooms and10 suites. Being run by experts in five-star hotels, it has a wide lobby and restaurant with a sitting capacity of 800. Hotel Sweet Dream, meanwhile, is in the middle of Banami's business district. It lies near the diplomatic a block on Kamal Ataturk Aveneu. Hotel Sweet Dream's Sky Bar, overlooking the city, is perfect for an after-work drink.
Bangladesh has three UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Mosque City of Bagerhat, the ancient city of Paharpar, and the world's biggest mangrove forest on the Sundarbans Delta.