List of largest hotels

This is a list of hotels (including both single buildings and campuses of a single hotel comprising two or more buildings) that have 2,000 or more guest accommodation rooms. Guinness World Records names the First World Hotel as the largest hotel in the world since 2015.[1]

Largest hotelsEdit

Name Country City Rooms Note
First World Hotel & Plaza   Malaysia Genting Highlands 7,351[2] The world's largest hotel with 7,351 rooms divided between three buildings.

In 2006, the hotel and resort was awarded the Guinness World Record for being the largest hotel, although in 2008, it was surpassed by the Venetian Resort in Las Vegas.[3] It regained the record after expanding over 1,233 new rooms.[4]

The Venetian Resort Las Vegas (The Venetian Las Vegas and The Palazzo)   United States Las Vegas 7,092[5] The world's largest hotel from 2008 to 2015, except the time surpassed by Barkhatnie sezony Olympic hotel in 2014.[citation needed]
MGM Grand Las Vegas and The Signature   United States Las Vegas 6,852[citation needed] The world's largest hotel from 1993 to 2006.[citation needed]
CityCenter   United States Las Vegas 6,790[6][7]
The Londoner Macao   Macau Macau 6,246[8]
Abraj Al Bait   Saudi Arabia Mecca 5,383[9][10][11]
Izmailovo Hotel   Russia Moscow 5,000[citation needed] The world's largest hotel from 1980 to 1990, more rooms were added after 1993.[citation needed]
Wynn Las Vegas and Encore Las Vegas   United States Las Vegas 4,750[citation needed]
Barkhatnie sezony   Russia Sochi 4,688[citation needed] The world's largest hotel after being completed in 2014 for the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi as it had more than 8,500 rooms. In 2018 before the FIFA World Cup, the hotel sold some buildings and the number of rooms decreased to 4,688.[citation needed]
Mandalay Bay, Delano and Four Seasons   United States Las Vegas 4,426[citation needed]
Luxor Las Vegas   United States Las Vegas 4,407[citation needed]
Ambassador City Jomtien   Thailand Pattaya 4,219[citation needed]
Excalibur Hotel and Casino   United States Las Vegas 3,981[12] The world's largest hotel from 1990 to 1993.
Caesars Palace   United States Las Vegas 3,970[13]
Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel, Cotai Central   Macau Macau 3,968[14] Contained by the Sands Cotai Central resort, which also contains 3 other hotels and has 6,246 rooms.
Bellagio   United States Las Vegas 3,933[15]
Hilton Hawaiian Village   United States Honolulu 3,804
Circus Circus Las Vegas   United States Las Vegas 3,773
Shinagawa Prince Hotel   Japan Tokyo 3,680
Resorts World Las Vegas   United States Las Vegas 3,506
Flamingo Las Vegas   United States Las Vegas 3,460[13]
Atlantis Paradise Island   Bahamas Paradise Island 3,414[citation needed]
Moon Palace Golf & Spa   Mexico Riviera Maya 3,407[citation needed]
The Mirage   United States Las Vegas 3,044[16]
Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas   United States Las Vegas 3,027[17]
Park MGM   United States Las Vegas 3,002[18]
Westgate Las Vegas   United States Las Vegas 2,956[citation needed]
Paris Las Vegas   United States Las Vegas 2,920[13]
The Venetian Macao   Macau Macau 2,905[19]
Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center   United States Nashville 2,888[citation needed]
Treasure Island Hotel and Casino   United States Las Vegas 2,884[citation needed]
Disney's Pop Century Resort[20]   United States Bay Lake 2,880[citation needed]
Bally's Las Vegas   United States Las Vegas 2,810[13]
Borgata   United States Atlantic City 2,802[citation needed]
Universal's Endless Summer Resort[21]   United States Orlando 2,800[citation needed]
Jabal Omar Development   Saudi Arabia Mecca 2,769[citation needed]
Oasis Beach Hotel   Turkey Antalya 2,628[22]
Harrah's Atlantic City   United States Atlantic City 2,590[13]
Marina Bay Sands   Singapore Singapore 2,561[23]
The Parisian Macao   Macau Macau 2,541[24]
Harrah's Las Vegas   United States Las Vegas 2,540[13]
Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino   United States Las Vegas 2,520[13]
Planet Hollywood Las Vegas   United States Las Vegas 2,500[13]
The Strat Las Vegas   United States Las Vegas 2,427[citation needed]
Golden Nugget Las Vegas   United States Las Vegas 2,419[citation needed]
Disney's Coronado Springs Resort   United States Bay Lake 2,385[25]
APA Hotel & Resort Yokohama Bay Tower   Japan Yokohama 2,311[26]
Foxwoods Resort Casino   United States Mashantucket 2,266[citation needed] Does not include the Two Trees Inn or the RV park.
Walt Disney World Dolphin and Walt Disney World Swan   United States Bay Lake 2,265[27]
The Linq   United States Las Vegas 2,250[13]
Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort   United States Orlando 2,200[citation needed]
Galaxy Macau   Macau Macau 2,200[citation needed]
City of Dreams   Macau Macau 2,200[citation needed]
South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa   United States Las Vegas 2,163[citation needed]
Tropicana Casino and Resort   United States Atlantic City 2,129[citation needed]
New York-New York Hotel and Casino   United States Las Vegas 2,024[28]
Hyatt Regency Chicago   United States Chicago 2,020[citation needed]
Orlando World Center Marriott   United States Orlando 2,009[citation needed]
APA Tokyo Bay Makuhari   Japan Chiba 2,007[29]
Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center   United States Oxon Hill 2,000[citation needed]

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