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Carlson Signs Second Radisson Hotel in Bangladesh

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Carlson Hotels has signed a Development Services Agreement for the second Radisson hotel in Bangladesh.

 The 250-room Radisson Hotel Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh is scheduled to open in the fourth quarter of 2013. The hotel is situated on a premier oceanfront location along one of the world’s longest natural beaches, spanning 120 kilometres.

The Radisson Hotel Cox’s Bazar will feature an all-day dining speciality restaurant, several meeting rooms and a trendy bar. Guests seeking leisure and recreational facilities can indulge in the wellness facilities that will include a swimming pool and a fitness centre.

An economic hub and one of Bangladesh’s most popular tourist spots, Cox’s Bazar is 150 kilometres southeast of Chittagong, one of the country’s main seaports and commercial centres.

Set amidst stretches of golden sand, towering cliffs with views of stunning sea waves, the Radisson Hotel Cox’s Bazar is two kilometres or a short five minute drive from the domestic airport, with plans for an international airport in the future. Besides air travel, Cox’s Bazar is also easily accessible by land transfers from Dhaka and Chittagong cities.

Carlson Hotels currently operates the 200-room Radisson Water Garden Hotel Dhaka in Bangladesh’s capital city.

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