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Come and experience what our guests talk widely about – splendid feelings of staying very close to the backwater and far from the chaos! We have all the facilities and arrangements to meet the needs of all types of guests.


BDT 8,000++ for single occupancy
BDT 9,000++ for double occupancy


BDT 10,000++ for single occupancy
BDT 11,000++ for double occupancy


BDT 11,000++ for double occupancy
limited number of rooms


BDT 14,000++ for Park Suite
BDT 21,000++ for Family Suite

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Hotel Grand Park Barisal aims to exceed all expectations as we welcome guests from around the globe. With this in mind, you will find our business and recreation facilities prepare you to take on the world - or the bustle of busy city.

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Barisal is the most happening city in south central part of Bangladesh, lying on the bank of kirtankhola. A destination for both local and international tourists. Barisal is enriched in cultural diversity and pristine natural beauty. Hotel Grand Park, Barisal is nestled strategically to pamper you and your companions as they travel to different locations ranging from Kuakata to the floating Gauva Market and many other tourist spots in southern Bangladesh.

Kuakata – Daughter of the Sea

Kuakata got its name from the early Rakhine Buddhist settlers. Kua means “well” and kata means “dug”. This is due to the wells that were dug to get freshwater for harvesting and drinking. Kuakata with its splendid sandy beach of about 18 kilometers offers a full view of both sunrise and sunset. It is the second largest unbroken stretch of beach in Bangladesh after Cox’s Bazar.

Kuakata is also known as Sagar Kannya (Daughter of the Sea).The best time to visit Kuakata is between January and April during the dry months with the least amount of rainfall, although there is also likely to be some rain during this time which helps keep the temperature pleasant for visiting tourists.

Guava Garden

Half day/ Day long tour

Guava is known as peyara/pearah or goyaa in Bangladesh. In English this fruit is also known as Apple Guava. In Bangladesh guava (peyara/pearah or goyaa) grows in abundantly in Barisal, Pirojpur, Jhalokathi, Chittagong districts which are the main guava producing provinces. Guava was first introduced by the Portuguese during the seventeenth century in Bangladesh. By origin guava is native to Mexico and Latin America that is tropical and sub-tropical American region. With its widespread cultivation now a days guava is regarded as an indigenous fruit of Bangladesh that grows and consumed all over the country. There are now over 140 varieties of guava found all around the world, but only a few have cultivation value.