BEST WESTERN PLUS Maple Leaf opens at Dhaka Airport

Best Western International has opened its second hotel in Bangladesh at Dhaka's Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport. The BEST WESTERN PLUS Maple Leaf is a brand new upscale hotel located on the doorstep of Bangladesh's main international gateway.

This hotel features 50 contemporary rooms and suites, ranging from 25 square meters to 80 square meters. All units come equipped with the latest guest amenities, such as 40-inch flat-screen HD TVs with international satellite channels, tea and coffee making facilities, minibars, LED lighting, and complimentary Wi-Fi connectivity.

For dining, the property has the Tarragon all-day dining restaurant, and the Maple Cafe. Also making the most of the hotel's location, the Cloud 11 rooftop bar and Charcoal rooftop barbecue allow guests to unwind while overlooking the city skyline and lights of the airport.

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The hotel's range of facilities is completed by a business center, meeting room, spa, laundry services, and complimentary airport shuttle.

BEST WESTERN PLUS Maple Leaf becomes Best Western's second hotel in Bangladesh, joining the Italian-inspired BEST WESTERN La Vinci Hotel in downtown Dhaka. The company has plans to open a further two hotels in the country, including its first in the city of Cox's Bazar. 

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