List of largest hotels

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This is a list of hotels that have 2,000 or more rooms. The First World Hotel is the largest hotel in the world.

Largest hotels in the world[edit]

Name Country City Rooms Floors Note
First World Hotel  Malaysia Genting Highlands 7,351 24 (Tower 1)

28 (Tower 2)

The world's largest hotel from 2006 to 2008, and presently (after expansion) since August 2015
The Palazzo and The Venetian Las Vegas  United States Las Vegas 7,117 53 The world's largest hotel from 2008 to 2015
MGM Grand Las Vegas and The Signature  United States Las Vegas 6,852 30 (MGM Grand)

38 (Signature)

The world's largest hotel from 1993 to 2006
CityCenter  United States Las Vegas 6,790 61 (Aria)

57 (Vdara)

56 (Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas)

37 (Veer Towers)[1][2]

Sands Cotai Central  Macau Macau 6,000
Tilal Al Naseem  Saudi Arabia Mecca 5,383[3][4][5]
Izmailovo Hotel  Russia Moscow 5,000 30 The world's largest hotel from 1980 to 1993
Wynn Las Vegas and Encore Las Vegas  United States Las Vegas 4,750 45/48 (2 towers)
Mandalay Bay, Delano and Four Seasons  United States Las Vegas 4,426 43 (Mandalay Bay tower)

47 (Delano tower)

Luxor Las Vegas  United States Las Vegas 4,407 22/22/30 (3 buildings)
Ambassador City Jomtien  Thailand Pattaya 4,219
Sheraton Grand Macao  Macau Macau 4,001[6] 41 (Sky tower)

40 (Earth tower)

Excalibur Hotel and Casino  United States Las Vegas 3,981 28 The world's largest hotel from 1990 to 1993
Caesars Palace  United States Las Vegas 3,960 29/26/22/14/14 (6 towers)
Bellagio  United States Las Vegas 3,950 36
Hilton Hawaiian Village  United States Honolulu 3,804
Circus Circus Las Vegas  United States Las Vegas 3,773 35/29/15 floors (3 towers)
Shinagawa Prince Hotel  Japan Tokyo 3,680
Flamingo Las Vegas  United States Las Vegas 3,626 28
Atlantis Paradise Island  Bahamas Paradise Island 3,414
Moon Palace Golf & Spa  Mexico Riviera Maya 3,407
Disney's Port Orleans Riverside and French Quarter[7]  United States Lake Buena Vista 3,056
The Mirage  United States Las Vegas 3,044 30
Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas  United States Las Vegas 3,027 53/51
Park MGM  United States Las Vegas 3,002 32
The Parisian  Macau Macau 3,000
The Venetian Macao  Macau Macau 3,000 40
Westgate Las Vegas  United States Las Vegas 2,956 30
Paris Las Vegas  United States Las Vegas 2,916 33
Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center  United States Nashville 2,888 6
Treasure Island Hotel and Casino  United States Las Vegas 2,884 36
Disney's Pop Century Resort[7]  United States Bay Lake 2,880 4
Bally's Las Vegas  United States Las Vegas 2,814 26
Borgata  United States Atlantic City 2,802 43
Jabal Omar Development  Saudi Arabia Mecca 2,769 20[8]
Harrah's Las Vegas  United States Las Vegas 2,677 35/23/15 (3 towers)
The Linq  United States Las Vegas 2,640 19
Oasis Beach Hotel  Turkey Antalya 2,628[9]
Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino  United States Las Vegas 2,600 39
Harrah's Atlantic City  United States Atlantic City 2,588 40 (Waterfront Tower)
Marina Bay Sands  Singapore Singapore 2,561 55 (3 towers)
Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino  United States Las Vegas 2,522 42/20
Stratosphere Las Vegas  United States Las Vegas 2,427 24
Golden Nugget Las Vegas  United States Las Vegas 2,419 24/22/18
Foxwoods Resort Casino  United States Mashantucket 2,266
Walt Disney World Dolphin and Walt Disney World Swan  United States Bay Lake 2,265[10]
Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort  United States Orlando 2,200
Galaxy Macau  Macau Macau 2,200
City of Dreams  Macau Macau 2,200
South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa  United States Las Vegas 2,163 25
Hotel Moon Palace Cancún  Mexico Cancun 2,133[citation needed]
Tropicana Casino and Resort Atlantic City  United States Atlantic City 2,129
Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort  United States Bay Lake 2,112 2
New York-New York Hotel and Casino  United States Las Vegas 2,024 49
Hyatt Regency Chicago  United States Chicago 2,020 36
Orlando Marriott World Center  United States Orlando 2,009 28
Dacheng International  China Hebei 2,000[citation needed]
Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center  United States Oxon Hill 2,000 18
Disney's All-Star Music Resort  United States Bay Lake 2,000 3
Zhangjiajie Dacheng Shanshui Tanxia International  China Hebei 2,000[citation needed]

Hotels that had more than 2,000 rooms in the past[edit]

Name Country City Rooms Floors Note
Rossiya Hotel  Soviet Union Moscow 3,200 21 Demolished in 2006. The largest hotel in the world from 1967 until 1980.
Riviera  United States Las Vegas 2,100 Demolished in 2016.

Large hotels under construction[edit]

Name Country City Rooms Floors Note
Abraj Kudai  Saudi Arabia Mecca 10,000 30–45 floors TBC in 2019-2020
Mui Dinh Eco-Resort  Vietnam Mui Dinh 7,000 [11]
Resorts World  USA Las Vegas 3,400[12] 59 floors[12] TBC in 2020
Dubrovnik Pearl Hotels  Croatia Dubrovnik 5,000
Star Gold Coast  Australia Gold Coast 3,000 TBC 2028[13]
Baha Mar  The Bahamas Nassau 2,901 26 floors TBC in 2017
American Dream Miami  USA Florida 2,000 [14]

See also[edit]

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