Relax and unwind at the Best Western Plus Maple Leaf, a newly-built hotel located just minutes from Bangladesh’s main international gateway, Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport. Also having unsurpassed transport links, we are also located just steps away from South Asia’s largest shopping mall, restaurants, banks, multinational company offices and diplomatic zones, while the Army Golf club is just a five minute drive from the hotel. Offering contemporary accommodation for the 21st Century traveler, our 50 spacious rooms and suites offer an array of modern amenities, including large work spaces, LED lighting, complimentary Wi-Fi and a signature bed to guarantee a good night’s sleep. Facilities including a bar, spa and gym ensure you will leave our hotel rested, revitalized and energized. Enjoy your stay!
Spa, special treatments including our signature face-firming massage, therapeutic body treatments and hot stone massage, are perfect remedies after a long day in Dhaka. The city's only roof top spa with a view of the airport.
Exercise facility, open from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. for guest use only. Equipped with state of the art items on the tenth floor with an exciting view of the airport. Inspirational views and the most advanced equipment help you to re-energize after a day of sightseeing or meetings.
24-hour front desk
Foreign currency exchange
Express check in
Express check out
Late check out
Cable or satellite television
Free wireless Internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms
Business center, 24-hours, complimentary
Computer modem hookups
Photocopy, nominal fee
Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
Hotel provides airport pick up and drop off with a four-seat sedan car for a nominal fee of $10 USD & $5 USD respectively per way per transfer. Nominal fee of round trip charge is $15 USD.
Cable or satellite television, remote control, color, CNN® or other 24-hour news station
7 kilometer(s) from Chevron®, the largest producer of natural gas in Bangladesh, supplying approximately 50 percent of the country's natural gas consumption. It has increased production tenfold in the last decade to meet the country's ever-increasing demand for natural gas.
1 kilometer(s) from Li & Fung, Bangladesh, Limited is a member of Li & Fung Group - a Hong Kong based multi-national company recognized as the world's leader in fashion supply chain management. The Li & Fung Group specializes in all points of the fashion supply chain process including product design, production management, quality control, logistics and internal operations. LF USA, a Li & Fung company, is a leading fashion business with an exciting portfolio of apparel, accessories and footwear brands.
6 kilometer(s) from Grameenphone, started its journey with the Village Phone program: a pioneering initiative to empower rural women of Bangladesh. The name Grameenphone translates to rural phone. Since its inception Grameenphone has built the largest cellular network in the country with over 8500 base stations. Presently, nearly 99 percent of the country's population is within the coverage area of the Grameenphone network. Grameenphone has always been a pioneer in introducing new products and services.
7 kilometer(s) from United States Embassy Dhaka, Madani Avenue, Baridhara, Dhaka - 1212, Bangladesh. Phone: 880-2-8855500. Fax: 880-2-9881677 E-mail: DhakaPA@state.gov
9 kilometer(s) from Standard Chartered Bank, the largest international bank in Bangladesh with 26 Branches, 57 ATM's and seven Financial Kiosks; employing over 1,300 people. We are the only foreign bank in the country with presence in six cities – Dhaka, Chittagong, Khulna, Sylhet, Bogra and Narayanganj; including the country's only offshore banking units inside Dhaka Export Processing Zone (DEPZ) at Savar and Chittagong Export Processing Zone (CEPZ).
10 kilometer(s) from National Parliament House, the house of the Parliament of Bangladesh, located at Sher-e-Bangla Nagar in Dhaka. Designed by architect Louis Kahn, the complex, which accommodates all of Bangladesh's seven parliaments, is one of the largest legislative complexes in the world.
16 kilometer(s) from Bangabandhu Memorial Museum, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was a charismatic leader who organized dissent and rebellion against the British in India, led the Bengalese of East Pakistan in their resistance to the unjust actions of the post-colonial Pakistani government, and finally helped found the independent nation of Bangladesh in 1971. The Bangabandhu Memorial Museum is situated at Road Number 32 Dhanmondi R/A, Dhaka. It contains rare collection of personal effects and photographs of his lifetime. This three storied building is known as Bangabandhu Bhaban.
17 kilometer(s) from Lalbagh Fort, one of the attractive places of Old Dhaka. It is still now from about 400 years of Dhaka city’s silent remembrance. The palace is a pattern of Mogol era. It was built by Azam, son of emperor Aorongazeb in 1678. It was continued by Nabab Shayesta Khan but, after death of Pari Bibi daughter of Nabab Shayesta Khan stopped its construction in 1684. There is also a nice-looking gate and a garden on the wall of the south side.
19 kilometer(s) from Tara Masjid, also known as Star Mosque, is located in the Armanitola area, Dhaka, Bangladesh of the old symbol of the city. This mosque is designed by motifs of blue color stars. It was built in the 19th Century by Mirza Golam Pir. It was built in the Mughal style by Mirza Golam in the late 18th Century. Next time, in the 20th century, Ali Jan Bepari financed the renovation of the mosque and a new veranda which is situated on the eastern side was added. The mosque is festooned with imported Japanese and English China clay tiles and utilized both methods of the Chinitikri application.
18 kilometer(s) from Dhakeshwari Temple, in Bengali-Dhakeshshori Jatio Mondir, is a Hindu temple in Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is state-owned, giving it the distinction of being Bangladesh's National Temple. The name Dhakeshwari means Goddess of Dhaka. Since the destruction of Ramna Kali Mandir in 1971 by the Pakistan Army during the Bangladesh Liberation War, the Dhakeshwari Temple has assumed status as the most important Hindu place of worship in Bangladesh. The Dhakeshwari Temple was built in the 12th Century by Ballal Sen, a king of the Sena Dynasty, and many say the name of the city was coined after this temple.
Restaurant, on premises, full service, Continental, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner, we serve mainly Pan Asian Cuisine (Indian, Thai, Chinese, Middle Eastern) and many more.
Cafe', on premises, cafe, International, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner
Bar, on premises, bar/lounge, International, open for: lunch, dinner
1 kilometer(s) from Scholastica, In Scholastica, we provide a well-structured and organized school leaving course for Bangladeshi students using English as the primary medium of instruction but placing equal emphasis on Bangla. We consider proficiency in both English and Bangla to be the cornerstone of a well-rounded education for the students of our nation.
5 kilometer(s) from North South University, North South University, the first private university in Bangladesh, was established by a group of philanthropists, industrialists, bureaucrats and academics. The government of Bangladesh approved the establishment of North South University in 1992 under Private University Act (PUA)-1992 (now replaced by PUA-2010). The university was formally inaugurated on 10 February, 1993 by the then Prime Minister of Bangladesh. The honorable President of the People's Republic of Bangladesh is the Chancellor
5 kilometer(s) from Independent University, Independent University Bangladesh
Founded in 1993, Independent University, Bangladesh is one of the oldest private universities in Bangladesh where academic excellence is a tradition, teaching a passion and lifelong learning a habit.
15 kilometer(s) from Gazipur City Corporation, is the largest of Bangladesh. Gazipur the town, has nine wards and 31 mahallas. The area of the town is 49.32 square kilometers. The town's population is 123,531.
30 kilometer(s) from Narayanganj District, in central Bangladesh, is part of the Dhaka Division. The main city of the district is Narayanganj. It is near the capital city of Dhaka.
3 kilometer(s) from Kurmitola Golf Club, The history of Kurmitola Golf Club (KGC) dates back to the mid-fifties. Shifting from its original location (presently Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport), it finally settled at the present site in the mid-sixties. Initially the layout of the course was done by a keen golfer and architect Mr. Pennink but newly laid course was redesigned and developed to its present challenging form by Dr. Sukitti Klangvhisai, Ph.D. Now Kurmitola Golf Club is an international golf club having linked with all
4 kilometer(s) from Jamuna Future Park, Jamuna Future Park is the largest shopping mall in South Asia, located in Dhaka, Bangladesh. It was partially inaugurated on 6 September 2013. The construction started in 2002, by Jamuna Builders Ltd., a subsidiary of the Jamuna Group. However, due to its slow development of construction, the exterior was completed in 2008. This is also the 12th largest shopping mall in the world with a gross leasable area of 4.1 million sq ft and total area of 5.45 million sq ft.
10 kilometer(s) from Bashundhara City, Bashundhara City is a 19 storey high building complex covering an area of 191200 sqft comprising an 8 storey podium containing Retail Spaces, Mega Stores, Theme Park, Cinemas and Food Court and a 19 storey Corporate Office of Bashundhara Group over 2 storeys Health Club and Swimming Pool. The mall has ample recreational facilities on offer. There are over 2325 shops, several floors for accommodating office and business centre. The range of products and service is vast and the marketing is aggres
1 kilometer(s) from Aarong, Established in 1978, Aarong is a fair trade organization dedicated to bring about positive changes in the lives of disadvantaged artisans and underprivileged rural women by reviving and promoting their skills and craft. Reaching out to weavers, potters, brass workers, jewelers, jute workers, basket weavers, wood carvers, leather workers and more, Aarong embraces and nurtures a diverse representation of 65,000 artisans, 85% of whom are women. Today, Aarong has become the foundation upon.
1 kilometer(s) from Shahjalal International Airport