Radisson Blu Dhaka Water Garden



Our hotel’s location gives guests quick access to major corporate offices, diplomatic destinations, premier shopping centers and historic attractions. No matter your reason for visiting Dhaka, be sure to set time aside to soak up the rich culture of the region by visiting incredible destinations like Ahsan Manzil, a luxurious palace used by the Nawabs during the 100-year reign, and the National Assembly Building, one of the architectural wonders of the area.

Notable sites:

  • National Assembly Building - 11 km
    One of the largest legislative buildings in the world, this structure is widely considered to be one of the greatest monuments of modern architecture in Bangladesh. Designed by the world-famous American architect Louis I. Kahn, the National Assembly Building features sweeping lawns, stunning design and glistening waters.
  • Ahsan Manzil - 17 km
    To absorb the rich cultural heritage of Bangladesh, one must visit this incredible pink palace. Dating back to the Mughal period, the structure has been home to the Nawab's regime and a French trading center throughout its history. This is one photo opportunity you won’t want to miss.
  • National Martyrs’ Memorial - 27 km
    Designed by architect Moinul Hossain as a symbol for the valor and sacrifice of those who lost their lives during the Bangladesh Liberation War of 1971, this hauntingly beautiful memorial is a true must-see. Featuring seven isosceles-triangle pyramid-shaped structures, this unique feature connects visitors to the history of the region.