Hotel 71 in Paltan, Dhaka

In a high-rise building surrounded by shops and eateries, this informal hotel is 4 km from 17th-century Lalbagh Fort and 17 km from Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport. 

Down-to-earth rooms provide minibars, free Wi-Fi and flat-screens, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities. Airy suites add living areas and microwaves. Room service is offered 24/7. Kids age 7 and under stay at no extra cost with a parent.

Continental breakfast is free. There's a 24-hour international restaurant, a simple bar/coffee shop and a rooftop terrace, plus a gym, event space and a ballroom. Massage services, parking and airport transfers are available.

In Business Since: 2018

Our Services

  • Banquet & function
  • Bar & coffee corner
  • Bbq
  • Conference & meeting
  • Restaurant

Menu:

  • Deluxe double
  • Deluxe twin
  • Premier single
  • Royal suite

Facilities

  • Air Condition - Yes
  • Attire - Casual
  • Bike Parking - Yes
  • Caters - Yes
  • Environment - Casual
  • Has TV - Yes
  • Noise Level - Quite
  • Parking - Street
  • Takes Reservations - Yes
  • Waiter Service - Yes
  • Waiting Seat - Yes
  • Wi-Fi - Yes

Hours of Operation

Saturday

Open 24 Hours

Sunday

Open 24 Hours

Monday

Open 24 Hours

Tuesday

Open 24 Hours

Wednesday

Open 24 Hours

Thursday

Open 24 Hours

Friday

Open 24 Hours

Payment Method

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Reviews

5.00

Total 4 Ratings

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Neutrality PlayZ

Neutrality PlayZ
Guest

Review on November 26, 2018

Modern life is plagued with various forms of pollution. Sound pollution is now very acute in towns and cities. Industrial belts are most exposed to sound pollution. When sound exceeds 45 decibels, it is more than the limit of tolerance and is known as sound pollution. Sound pollution is very injurious to health. The increasing use of machines in everyday life is the primary source of sound. Thousands of buses, trucks, cars etc. create intolerable noise to our ears. Most city dwellers are exposed to sound created by mills and factories. Besides, indiscriminate use of loud speakers, use of hydraulic horns by the motorists, the mikes used in market places and public meetings create sound and pollute the environment. Excessive

Andy Williams

Andy Williams
Guest

Review on November 26, 2018

I had a brilliant stay here for 3 nights. The staff were all very friendly and helpful (Hassan in the bar was lovely) and they went out of their way to book trains and a tour for me. Also complimentary tea anf cake. The room was big,well fitted and clean.Worth every penny.

 Md Meherab Ali

Md Meherab Ali
Guest

Review on November 26, 2018

A good reasonably priced (around £28 per night) three star hotel for my 3 night stay, close to the river and railway station. My single room had furnishing that was a little tired but more than adequate, good bed linen and all around clean facilities. A single bed, two tables with chairs and a good washroom with refreshing hot shower. For Dhaka the room was reasonably quiet. The air-conditioning worked well and was a real bonus even in Bangladesh's "winter". The staff are universally friendly. I would happily return here.

Jamiul Hasan

Jamiul Hasan
Guest

Review on November 26, 2018

nice and clean inside..comfortable..food taste is good..nicely behaved staff..will stay there again :-)