Hotel Victory in Dhaka, Bangladesh is located two kilometres from both the Bangladesh Supreme Court and Ramna Park. The hotel offers guests a fitness centre and in-room air-conditioning.
The classic rooms with city views feature sofas and TVs with satellite channels, as well as en suite bathrooms with showers. Room service is available.
Amenities include a 24-hour front desk, a luggage storage and laundry facilities. There are also concierge and tour desk services, as well as complimentary parking and a business centre. An airport shuttle is available at a charge.
The hotel offers a restaurant which serves various cuisine, buffet-style. There are also BBQ facilities available.
Hotel Victory is a minute's walk from a bus stop, two kilometres from Kamalapur Railway Station and four kilometres from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology.
The staff members are said to be friendly with most guests, especially the bell boy service and the reception. They spoke good English and would handle guest requests with ease. Even if guests arrived in the early morning, the staff did not mind.
The rooms are said to be very spacious and airy, while the beds are comfortable. It was nice to have enough space to walk around and it was clean as well. The basics of hospitality are met with many positive remarks.
Buffet Options are Good
The breakfast and dinner buffets are found to be good and with various options. There was great choice to choose from and the options were sumptuous. People truly enjoyed their meals in the hotel and it was a nice amenity to be able to have delicious food
The outdoor noise was a little too loud for some guests who found it hard to sleep. The crowds and the city noises did not help at all, and guests would have liked some soundproofing.
Some guests were put off by the old look of the hotel and the rooms. The furnishings are also too old-school and some guests thought a renovation or even a simple change in décor would make a positive facelift for the hotel.
Pay or Free Wi-Fi
Some guests reported the Internet to be expensive and that it was charged per day. Other guests reported that the Internet was free for them. The Internet did not work or was on and off most of the time and it was difficult to figure out.