The Largest Hotels in the World
hree out of the top seven largest hotels in the world are in Las Vegas, USA. The list also includes entries from Saudi Arabia, Russia, and Macau, but where is biggest? We take you on a whistle-stop tour of the planet’s mega hotels. Expect city-like entertainment options, shopping malls,theme parks, waterparks, art galleries, activities for kids, spas and salons, tons of restaurants, and much more.
7. Wynn & Encore Las Vegas Resort (Las Vegas, USA)
Number of guest rooms: 4,748
This luxurious resort hotel on the Las Vegas Strip exudesmodern and luxurious experiences with a full-service spa, oasis style pools,and a variety of exclusive brand name shops. It features a full casino withmore than 1,800 slots and 26 poker tables and a shopping experience to boot,with boutiques, including Chanel, Off White, and Louis Vuitton.
Famously, the hotel is home to a suitablymassive brunch, featuring several dining rooms adorned in fanciful decor, 15live-cooking stations, 120 different dishes, and a shameless rotating chocolate fountain.
6. Izmailovo Hotel (Moscow, Russia)
Number of guest rooms: 5,000
The Izmailovo Hotel is a four-building hotel located in the Izmaylovo District of Moscow, Russia. It is the largest hotel in Europe and was the largest hotel in the world from 1980 to 1993. Built for the 1980 Summer Olympics to accommodate sportsmen and visitors, the hotel remains popular among Russians and foreign guests.
When it opened in 1980, it surpassed the Rossiya Hotel (1967–2006) as the largest hotel in the world. It held the record until 1993, when it was surpassed by MGM Grand Las Vegas. Today, Izmailovo Hotel is still the largest hotel in Europe with 5,000 rooms divided between four buildings: Alpha, Beta, Vega and Gamma-Delta.
5. The Londoner Macao (Macau)
Number of guest rooms: 6,000
The Londoner Macao features four hotel towers: the first consists of approximately 650 five-star rooms and suites under the Conrad brand and approximately 600 London-themed suites, including 14 Suites by David Beckham, in The Londoner Macao Hotel; the second tower comprises approximately 1,800 rooms and suites under the Sheraton brand; the third tower contains approximately 2,100 rooms and suites, also under the Sheraton brand; and the fourth hotel tower has approximately 400 rooms andsuites under the St. Regis brand.
4. Abraj Al Bait ‘Clock Towers’ Makkah, Saudi Arabia
Number of guest rooms: 6,000
The Abraj Al Bait, also known as the Clock Towers, is a government-owned complex of seven skyscraper hotels in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. The towers are a part of the King Abdulaziz Endowment Project. The central hotel tower, housing Makkah Clock Royal Tower, A Fairmont Hotel, is the fourth-tallest building and sixth-tallest free standing structure in the world.
3. MGM Grand Las Vegas (USA, Las Vegas)
Number of guest rooms: 6,852
Located on the Las Vegas Strip, this elegant resort features a large casino with a gaming floor, tropical-inspired pools and a selection of dining options are also available.
Accommodations are decorated in both contemporary and classic styles, whilst dining options at the MGM Grand include award-winning restaurants such as classic steakhouse dishes at Tom Colicchio's Craftsteak.
2. The Venetian Resort Las Vegas (Las Vegas, USA)
Number of guest rooms: 7,092
This 5-star Las Vegas Strip resort features spacious suites, over 40 international restaurants, a state-of-the-art casino and a 1.2-acrepool deck. The on-site Grand Canal Shoppes offer over 150 boutique stores.
A wide selection of dining choices at the resort includes bistro fare at Thomas Keller’s Bouchon. Guests can also dine on a variety of choices including American, Italian, Asian and fusion cuisine. Guests of The Venetian Resort can experience a true cocktail culture at The Dorsey or take a stroll down the cobblestone pathways of the Grand Canal Shoppes.
The Venetian Resort features 10 outdoor pools. Poolside dining and private cabana rental are available. Guests have free access to the Canyon Ranch Spa + Fitness gym, which features a 40-footrock-climbing wall.
1. First World Hotel (Genting Highlands, Malaysia)
Number of guest rooms: 7,351
Taking the top spot, the world’s largest hotel is the First World Hotel in Pahang, Malaysia, located about an hour northeast of Kuala Lumpur. Made up of two multi-coloured towers, housing an astronomical 7,351 rooms, this mega-hotel is situated at the heart of Resorts World Genting, giving guests easy access to key locations such as the First World Plaza, SkyAvenue, Skytropolis Indoor Theme Park, and Genting International Convention Centre.
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