Royal Park Residence was established in the year 2000. In hospitality sector, this is one of the few Hotels, which has been serving Bangladesh for a long time. This boutique hotel has a unique blend of Sri Lankan hospitality and culture.
Situated in the heart of Dhaka, the Royal Park Residence Hotel celebrated 3 days of “Cyprus Food Festival” for the food gastronomes. Starting from 7th to 9th December, 2019 the food enthusiasts had the chance to try this unique food of Cypriots.
When asked what the chef’s favorite dish was to eat he replied with a chuckle, “I prefer eating whatever my wife makes for me”. He added, “I am currently living here alone and I visit my family in Sri Lanka once in four months.
It’s a warm summer morning. Here I am having a conversation with the first Sri Lankan chef in Bangladesh. His name; Chef Rajeeva Mendis. The Chef chose to study hotel management because he thought he didn’t have to study a lot and it’d be a piece of cake for him.
Banani might be a small place but it has enough interesting places that will keep you entertained. To learn more about the Bangladeshi culture you can take a short tour through these places in Banani to see what it has to offer. Gulshan Lake Park offers a most unique setting for your walks.
The concept of boutique hotels first appeared during the 1980s in major cities of the world like London and New York. The term boutique hotel was given by Steve Rubell an American entrepreneur and co-founder of Morgans Hotel in Madison Avenue, New York City when he described his hotel as a boutique. Generally small, chic and themed hotels they have spread around the globe.
Sri Lanka, the pearl of the Indian Ocean, is a growing Asian hotspot for travellers and business people alike. It is dotted with many world heritage sites, pristine beaches, and is rich in multi-culture with welcoming people. Sri Lanka is also famous for having distinctly different South Asian cuisines.