Hotel Location

Hotel Location

Pan Pacific Sonargaon Dhaka hotel is eager to offer you enriching experiences during your visit. Rejuvenate your spirit at our 5 star hotel ideally located in the heart of Dhaka close to Motijheel Commercial Area, Diplomatic Zone, Gulshan, Baridhara, Parliament House and the Prime Minister’s Office. Take an easy two minute stroll to Bashundhara City, the largest shopping mall in the country.

Our hotel associates are ready to assist you in exploring historic Dhaka in the centre of Bangladesh. Discover old town Dhaka where visitors can find attractions including the Lalbagh Fort, the Star Mosque and the Ahsan Manzil Palace Museum. Personalise your stay in Sonargaon with a stroll along the banks of the river Buriganga. Create your memories at the 5 star Pan Pacific Sonargaon Dhaka hotel.

Airport Arrival
Guests can find our hotel counter located at the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport arrival lounge. Our Airport officers are available round the clock at the counter to welcome our guests and escort you to your transportation.

Airport Transfer Services

  • Airport Limo Service - Brand new Mitsubishi Outlander SUV limousine service is available at US$50 per vehicle each way.
  • Shuttle Transport - Shuttle transport is available to and from airport at US$15 per person each way.
  • Personal Limo Service – Chauffeur-driven Mitsubishi Outlander SUV is also available for exclusive personal use during your stay.

Driving Directions

From Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport
  • Drive south via Airport Road 10 km to Mohakhali Flyover.
  • Drive straight through Tongi Diversion Road Traffic Signal and immediately afterwards turn right towards Karwan Bazar.
  • The Pan Pacific Sonargaon Dhaka hotel is on the left.
Destination Information

Destination Information

Area Information
The historic city of Dhaka, the capital, lies on the banks of the river Buriganga in the centre of Bangladesh. The old town of Dhaka, south of the city centre, is the site of most of the tourist attractions, including the Lalbagh Fort, the Star Mosque, and the Ahsan Manzil Palace Museum.

The city of Dhaka was predominantly a city of the Mughals, whose governors and viceroys built several palaces, mosques and katras. Dhaka's finest specimen of this time is the Aurangabad Fort, commonly known as Lalbagh Fort, uncompleted but worth a visit. Also in this area of Dhaka is the spectacular Ahsan Manzil Palace Museum, the Bara Katra, the Chota Katra and several mosques of note.

The old European quarter lies just north of Dhaka's old town, which houses the Presidential Palace and the National Museum. Dhaka's commercial and diplomatic regions are north-east of this zone. Dhaka Zoo and the Botanical Gardens are a short taxi ride into the suburbs.

Once famed for its muslin, Dhaka is now renowned for pink pearls and a rich tradition of handicrafts. Shoppers can find terrific prices for gold and silver products, and the Dhaka shopping areas of New Market and Elephant Road are often busy but worth the trip.

Currency
Bangladeshi Taka

Electricity
220 volt

Shopping & Business Hours
10:00 am – 8:00 pm

Taxes
15% Value Added Tax on all Goods and Services

Time Zone
+6 hours GMT

Tipping
Not mandatory, however 10% on top of the bill for exceptional service

Visa Requirements
Visa required prior to departure for most nationalities.

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