Top 15 Largest Hotels in the World By Number Of Rooms
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When deciding on the best hotel for their forthcoming trip, tourists consider a wide variety of options. While some prefer the familiarity of a B&B, adventurers may prefer something more offbeat, such as a treehouse in Big Sur or a castle in Ireland.
We can accommodate vacationers who seek out megaresorts with thousands of rooms, dozens of swimming pools, and even their own retail centers.
Based on the number of guest rooms, these are the 15 largest hotels in the world.
What Are The Largest Hotels in the World Today?
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1. First World Hotel, Malaysia
The First World Hotel in Pahang, Malaysia, is a high-end, three-star establishment. It is the largest hotel in the world, according to Guinness World Records, with 7,351 rooms.
One of the most popular hotels in Malaysia, it features a theater, karaoke rooms, and a movie theater for guests' entertainment. There is a conference and meeting room available at the hotel as well.
2. The Venetian and The Palazzo, Las Vegas
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The Venetian and Palazzo complex may no longer be the largest hotel in the world, but that hasn't diminished its reputation for lavishness. There are a total of 7,117 guest rooms between the two sister resorts, as well as more than 40 dining options, a spa with more than 90 treatment rooms, and 10 pools of varying degrees of exclusivity and luxury.
At a minimum of 650 square feet and up to 720 square feet, the hotel's standard guest rooms are among the largest on the Strip.
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3. The MGM Grand + Signature, Las Vegas
The MGM Grand was built in 1993 and consists of four towers, each of which is 30 stories tall. The MGM Grand has 6,852 guest rooms for its visitors. The largest hotel in Las Vegas, this landmark has hosted numerous famous events such as concerts and boxing matches.
The MGM Grand and its sister hotel, The Signature, are full-service resorts with all the amenities one would expect from a luxury Las Vegas hotel.
4. City Centre Hotel, Las Vegas
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CityCenter Las Vegas is a massive complex covering an area of 16,797,000 square feet on the Las Vegas Strip in the Nevada city of Paradise. This hotel has 6,790 guest rooms. MGM Resorts International broke ground on this hotel on November 9, 2004, and Dubai World joined as a partner during construction. The hotel first welcomed guests on December 16, 2009.
5. Sands Cotai Central, Macau
Conrad, Sheraton, St. Regis, and Holiday Inn are just some of the hotel chains that call the three towers that make up Sands Cotai Central home. There are 6,000 rooms and suites available to guests across the four hotels.
Each hotel has its own pool and spa, and the complex itself is home to a wide variety of restaurants and shops. Each day features a variety of family-friendly shows, including musical performances and acrobatic displays. The 17,000 square meters of gaming space is the main attraction.
6. Izmailovo Hotel, Moscow
The Izmailovo Hotel complex, constructed for the 1980 Moscow Olympic Games, held the record for largest hotel in the world until the MGM Grand in Las Vegas surpassed it in 1993. The 5,000-room complex is divided into four towers, each with its own management team: Alpha, Beta, Vega, and Gamma-Delta. There are now over 2,000 rooms available between the two hotels at Gamma-Delta, along with a spa, a bowling alley, a post office, and a variety of dining options.
Many of the rooms at Alpha have been renovated to a four-star standard, and the hotel also features a sauna, pool, and casino. Best Western is now in charge of Vega. Recent visitors to Beta have remarked that the design is dated. No way to win them all.
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7. Wynn Las Vegas + Encore Las Vegas
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This five-star hotel on the Las Vegas Strip features an oasis-style pool complex, a full-service spa, and a wide selection of high-end retail outlets. There are over 1,800 slot machines, 26 poker tables, and even blackjack by the pool.
In addition to its signature restaurants, buffets, and cafes, this five-star resort features a wide array of designer boutiques, such as Chanel and Louis Vuitton.
8. Mandalay Bay + Delano + Four Seasons, Las Vegas
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The 43-story hotel is a veritable microcosm of Las Vegas, with its seamless integration of nightlife, retail, fine dining, and gambling. In addition to its massive casino, shopping mall, swimming pool, spa, chapel, and one of the largest convention centers in the United States, the Mandalay Bay also features 4,337 guest rooms. The cheapest rooms at the Mandalay Bay cost $77 per night, but most visitors aren't trying to save money while they're here.
9. Luxor Las Vegas, Las Vegas
The Luxor hotel has 4,407 rooms and a total of 3 buildings (22 stories, 22 stories and 30 stories). It is located at Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. This largest hotel has 120,000-square-foot (11,000 m2) casino. The hotel is owned and operated by MGM Resorts International since October 15, 1993.
10. Ambassador City Jomtien, Pattaya
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The Ambassador City Hotel in Pattaya, Thailand, was built on a 40-acre plot of land, and it features 4,219 guest rooms that are split evenly between the building's four wings. The hotel's unique personality shines through in the individual designs of each of its wings.
The sea is just meters away from the estate, making the Ambassador City Hotel a great getaway option for those who want a taste of the beach. The Ambassador City Hotel is not only one of the oldest hotels in Thailand, but also one of the most reasonably priced five-star hotels in the country, with rates beginning at just $38.
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11. Sheraton Grand Macao, Macau
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The Sheraton Grand Macau is included here because it is a part of the larger Sands Cotai Central complex. However, the Sheraton building alone contains 4,001 rooms, or roughly two-thirds of the resort's total capacity. Because of that, it merits inclusion on this list on its own.
It is the largest hotel in Macau and the largest Sheraton hotel in the world. It has a prime location on the Cotai Strip and provides five-star service to business and leisure travelers alike.
12. Excalibur Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas
The Excalibur is widely regarded as one of the finest and grandest hotels in Las Vegas. The hotel, which opened in 2008 and features a medieval theme, has already accomplished a remarkable amount in its short history.
However, many critics believe the Excalibur hasn't yet reached its full potential, and that a few upgrades would do wonders for its business. Two towers, each 28 stories high, make up the hotel's 3,981 guest rooms. There are a number of restaurants, shops, and theaters in the hotel for guests to enjoy during their stay. And since this is Las Vegas, there must be a casino there for it to be truly magnificent.
13. Caesars Palace, Las Vegas
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Located between the Mirage and the Bellagio on the western end of the Las Vegas Strip is the five-star Caesars Palace. It was constructed in the 1960s, making it one of the Vegas Strip's earliest hotels. The convention center at Caesars Palace is more than 300,000 square feet in size, and the hotel's six towers combine to house 3,960 guest rooms.
Not only does this hotel attract wealthy Asian gamblers, but it also has restaurants serving authentic Chinese cuisine. It's one of the best casinos in Vegas, with a wide variety of games available at all hours of the day and night, including a 24-hour poker room.
14. Bellagio Las Vegas, Las Vegas
The Bellagio is a famous hotel and casino in Paradise, Nevada, located on the famous Las Vegas Strip. Built on the site of the former Dunes hotel and casino, it is owned by The Blackstone Group and managed by MGM Resorts International.
Bellagio's famed elegance was modeled after the Italian town of Bellagio on Lake Como. The 8-acre (3.2 ha) lake between the building and the Strip is home to the famous musically-synchronized water fountain known as the Fountains of Bellagio.
15. Circus Circus, Las Vegas
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The Las Vegas Convention Center, the Fremont Street Experience, and the shops of the Strip are all within easy reach of this famous hotel. Each of the rooms in the tower has a pillowtop mattress, free WiFi, cable TV, a hair dryer, and a safe.
The Adventuredome is an indoor theme park with 25 rides and attractions, including a double-loop rollercoaster, and free nightly world-class circus performances. Vince Neil's Restaurant and Bar offers guests slot machines, table games, a Sports Book, and a flair bartending show.
A grand hotel is what? Is it the celestial count? Location? The kind of fame it enjoys because it is frequented by A-listers, the rich, and regular people alike? Is it the seclusion and freedom from prying eyes? All of the above, and more, are possible explanations.
However, for the aforementioned items, let's check the hotel's room count. After all, many people consider a hotel successful if it can accommodate a sizable number of guests without lowering standards of service or guest satisfaction.
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