The Biggest Hotels in the World

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Room at the Top

When it comes to size, some hotels tower over others, spanning hundreds of acres and including everything from bowling alleys and lazy rivers to wildlife habitats. We’ve pulled together 50 of the world’s biggest hotels based on the total number of accommodations in each. If you’re looking for hotels with a wide selection of dining and entertaining options — and especially if you’re planning to visit Las Vegas or Macao (“the Las Vegas of Asia”), which dominate this list utterly — here are some of the largest around. Have you stayed in one of these behemoths? Tell us about it in the comments.


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First World Hotel Malaysia
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First World Hotel

Pahang, Malaysia

By the Numbers: 7,351 rooms, 36 floors


This three-star hotel, recognized as the world’s largest by Guinness World Records is also notable for its three rainbow towers. Within the Resorts World Genting, a destination boasting theme parks, amusement parks, dining facilities, retail shops, and business convention centers, the hotel features pools, a golf course, tennis courts, a cinema, and a gym.


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The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino
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The Venetian Resort

Las Vegas

By the Numbers: 7,093 suites, more than 2.25 million square feet of meeting and convention rooms, more than 40 restaurants 


The Venetian held the title for world’s biggest hotel until 2015. Located on the Vegas Strip, the hotel has three all-suite towers — the Venetian, the Palazzo, and the Venezia. The Venetian boasts a 650-square-foot Luxury King Suite twice the size of any room in Las Vegas, while the rooms in the Palazzo are the largest standard rooms on offer on the Vegas Strip.


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The Londoner Macao
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The Londoner Macao

Macao

By the Numbers: 6,017 rooms and suites, more than 365,000 square feet of gaming


The Londoner Macao is a resort made up of five hotel brands that include The Londoner Hotel, an all-suite property with designs by David Beckham; The Londoner Court; Conrad Macao; the St. Regis Macao; and the Sheraton Grand Macao. The Conrad and Sheraton are the world’s largest hotels in their brands, with 654 rooms and 4,000 rooms, respectively. There are 13 ballrooms, more than 200 retail facilities, 364,173 square feet of retail, entertainment, dining, and meeting and convention spaces, and more than 365,000 square feet of themed gaming. 


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MGM Grand
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MGM Grand

Las Vegas 

By the Numbers: 5,795 guest rooms and suites across four 30-story towers, with a total ground floor area of more than 6 million square feet 


This Vegas mainstay has been the destination for the famous, starting with Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin. It includes Stay Well Collection rooms outfitted with wellness amenities; suites with private balconies at The Signature at MGM Grand; and two-story lofts as part of Skylofts at MGM Grand. In addition to more than 170,000 square feet of gaming, the hotel is home to the nation’s largest bronze statue, a 100,000-pound and 45-foot-tall lion at the front entrance. You’ll also find four pools, three whirlpools, a lazy river, and restaurants from celebrity chefs such as Morimoto, Wolfgang Puck, and Tom Colicchio.

Izmailovo Hotel
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Izmailovo Hotel

Moscow

By the Numbers: 5,000 rooms across four buildings, more than 20 restaurants 


A hotel complex of towers rising more than 328 feet in height and holding four three- and four-star hotels identified as Gamma-Delta, Alfa, Beta, and Vega. Gamma-Delta alone has 2,000 rooms, 16 restaurants, 19 conference halls, and its own bowling alley. Each hotel has an extensive list of conference halls; Alfa includes a nightclub and bath complex.

Galaxy Macau
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Galaxy Macau

Macao 

By the Numbers: 5,000 rooms, suites, and villas, with the world’s largest wave pool at 26,247 square feet 


This integrated resort includes eight luxury hotels: Banyan Tree Macau, Galaxy Hotel, Hotel Okura Macau, JW Marriott Hotel Macau, The Ritz-Carlton Macau, Broadway Hotels, Raffles at Galaxy Macau, and Andaz Macau. These properties offer more than 120 restaurants with 13 international cuisines, 10 cinemas, two 500-foot white sand beaches, and the world’s largest “skytop” wave pool; waves can reach 5 feet.

Wynn Las Vegas + Encore Las Vegas
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Wynn Las Vegas + Encore Las Vegas

Las Vegas 

By the Numbers: 4,750 rooms and suites


The Wynn Las Vegas includes Wynn Resorts, which has roughly 2,716 rooms and suites, and Encore, with 2,034 suites. It has been recognized with more Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Awards than any other independent hotel company, and has more than 25 dining establishments — including Michelin-starred eateries and steakhouses — and a beach club spanning more than 60,000 square feet. An array of retail experiences and two award-winning spas are included.

Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino
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Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino

Las Vegas 

By the Numbers: 4,752 rooms, a total ground floor area of 9.3 million square feet, and the fifth largest convention center in North America at more than 2 million square feet 


Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino is home to the Delano, which has 1,117 suites, and Four Seasons Las Vegas, which manages an additional 424 rooms in Mandalay’s main tower with its own entrance, lobby, two restaurants, and private swimming pool. Inside the resort and casino, visitors will find more than 135,000 square feet of gaming and the 11-acre Mandalay Bay Beach, which includes a lazy river, a 1.6-million-gallon wave pool capable of creating waves up to 6 feet, and 2,700 tons of real sand.

Barkhatnyye Sezony
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Barkhatnyye Sezony

Sochi, Russia

By the Numbers: 4,688 rooms


This hotel complex is spread across three blocks and includes 4,688 rooms that have capacity for up to 10,000 people at one time. It sits next to a 75,459-square-foot beach with occupancy for up to 2,000 guests, split into zones such as children’s and adult’s swimming areas. The hotel has a pool and an inflatable water slide water park, with rooms that offer either beach, mountain, or lake views.

Luxor Hotel and Casino
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Luxor Hotel and Casino

Las Vegas 

By the Numbers: 4,400 rooms and suites across 30 stories, pool sections totaling 19,000 square feet 


Luxor is famous for its 30-story pyramidal property — at roughly 350 feet, one of the nation’s and world’s tallest. Its accommodations come with a signature slant that make them a standout, from the 1,200-square-foot Tower Premium One Bedroom to the 3,600-square-foot two-bedroom penthouse suites. Its pool deck is one of Vegas’ biggest at 125,650 square feet; a 315,000-watt sky beam is another iconic element.

Ambassador City Jomtien
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Ambassador City Jomtien

Pattaya, Thailand 

By the Numbers: 4,219 rooms


Overlooking the Gulf of Thailand with its own private beach, Ambassador City Jomtien is within Pattaya’s popular shopping district, with rooms incorporating stone fireplaces and sofa seating areas. Sports facilities include tennis courts, squash, and badminton, as well as four pools, and there’s a business center and event space. Set across more than 35 acres of private beachfront, the hotel is a destination for those in search of unspoiled waters to explore.

Aria Resort & Casino
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Aria Resort & Casino

Las Vegas 

By the Numbers: 4,004 rooms, more than 6 million square feet of ground floor area, 80,000-square-foot spa 


The Aria Resort & Casino incorporates the Aria Sky suites, which has 442 guest rooms and suites on its own, and they share more than 150,000 square feet of gaming, including 145 table games and close to 2,000 slot machines. Outside are three pools and a 215,000-square-foot pool deck dotted with cabanas. A two-story spa includes a salt room, fire lounge, and the nation’s first Japanese Ganbanyoku stone beds. It is one of the largest buildings in the world to have received LEED Gold Status thanks to its sustainable design.

Sheraton Grand Macao
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Sheraton Grand Macao

Macao 

By the Numbers: 4,001 rooms, more than 45,932 square feet of meeting space 


Part of the The Londoner Macao hotel complex in the heart of the famed Cotai Strip near UNESCO world heritage sites, this Sheraton is the world’s largest. There is a dedicated kid’s club, four restaurants, a gym, a luxury spa, and extensive business center and meeting spaces. The hotel includes three outdoor pools, four restaurants, and more than 30 family-friendly suites with amenities such as children’s rooms, bunk beds, living room areas with small furniture for kiddos, game consoles, and board games.

Excalibur hotel casino in Las Vegas at night
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Excalibur Hotel & Casino

Las Vegas 

By the Numbers: 3,981 rooms, four pools with waterfalls and water slides, a 13,000 square-foot spa 


Excalibur is a Camelot-themed property. Among its 41 suites, it offers a range of Fresh Stay Well Rooms, which use wellness technologies such as air purifiers, and aromatherapy. There are four heated pools, two waterfalls, two water slides, and two whirlpool spas, in addition to a large spa and a shopping area with retail facilities themed after a Medieval bazaar. More than 100,000 square feet of gaming includes more than 1,400 slot machines and complimentary blackjack, craps, and roulette lessons.

Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino
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Caesars Palace

Las Vegas

By the Numbers: 3,960 rooms, 85 acres, 4,300-seat colosseum, 160 shops 


The Roman-themed Caesars includes five hotel towers, a colosseum where live shows and concerts take place, 22 restaurants, 10 bars and lounges, and seven pools. Its Forum Shops include 160 stores and restaurants, with luxury designer options from Louis Vuitton to Versace, while its 50,000 square-foot spa has three Roman baths, a coed sauna called the laconium room, and an Arctic ice room featuring snowfall and chilled temperatures.

Bellagio Hotel and Casino
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Bellagio Hotel and Casino

Las Vegas 

By the Numbers: 3,933 rooms, 8.5 million-square-foot ground floor area, 50 meeting rooms


A popular hotel for celebrity sightings, with noted guests ranging from Justin Timberlake and Adrian Grenier to Jessica Biel, the Bellagio, which draws inspiration from European villages for its design, has 512 suites among its rooms. The casino has more than 2,000 slot machines and 40 poker tables alone, while five outdoor pools, four whirlpools, and 51 cabanas make for a relaxing experience. The buffet here is legendary, featuring abundant seafood selections, meat-carving stations, and live cooking stations. The 8-acre lake puts on dancing fountain shows that can be enjoyed from several of its restaurants.

Circus Circus Hotel and Casino
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Circus Circus Hotel and Casino

Las Vegas 

By the Numbers: 3,767 rooms, 63 acres, 140-spot RV park 


This family-friendly Vegas hotel is home to the only RV site on the Vegas Strip, while more traditional rooms populate its 15-floor Casino Tower, 29-story Skyrise Tower, and 35-story West Tower. The world’s only indoor double-loop and double corkscrew roller coaster is inside its Adventuredome and Midway Game areas, where you’ll find bumper cars, indoor bungee jumping and rock climbing, arcades, and a VR room. Two pools, a 50-foot water slide tower with whirlpools, and water playgrounds make for a fun way to enjoy the warm weather outdoors.

Foxwoods Resort Casino
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Foxwoods Resort Casino

Mashantucket, Connecticut 

By the Numbers: 3,652 rooms, suites, and villas, nine million-square-foot destination resort, seven casinos 


Foxwoods is owned and operated by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and sits on sovereign land owned by the tribe. There are four hotels inside the resort complex, where seven casinos provide close to 3,500 slots, 249 table games with 17 game varieties, and one of the world’s largest bingo halls with seating for up to 3,600. Entertainment options are plentiful, from theaters and arcades to a 20,000 square-foot spa, zip lines, a museum, an escape room, and two award-winning golf courses.

Shinagawa Prince Hotel Tokyo
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Shinagawa Prince Hotel

Tokyo

By the Numbers: 3,554 rooms, 14 restaurants, 39th-floor restaurant and bar, 80-lane bowling alley 


This hotel invites you to enjoy mesmerizing views over Tokyo from its Dining Bar Table 9 Tokyo venue, roughly 459 feet high. The large bar is 6,562 square feet, while the hotel has room for everything from an aquarium to its own movie theater and bowling alley. There is an outdoor pool open in the summer and a heated indoor pool, a whirlpool bath, a live concert hall and additional circular hall for live performances and events, 14 indoor golf practice boxes, and nine indoor tennis courts with artificial grass. Its 80-lane bowling alley is one of Tokyo’s largest.

Resorts World Las Vegas
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Resorts World Las Vegas

Las Vegas 

By the Numbers: 3,506 guest rooms and suites across 66 floors, nearly 88 acres in size, 5.5 acre-pool complex, 100,000 square-foot LED display


Resorts World opened in 2021 as one of the first integrated resorts on the Strip in the past decade, already drawing more than 50 million guests a year. Its resorts include the world’s biggest Conrad, with close to 1,500 rooms; Hilton; and brands such as Crockfords, which has only five locations worldwide and offers a 7,000-square-foot palace as a room option. It has a 117,000-square-foot casino with a 17,000-square-foot entertainment zone featuring live shows and race and sports books, in addition to a complex with eight pools and a 1,800- square-foot infinity pool. The LED display at the West Tower is one of the world’s biggest.

Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel and Casino
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Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel and Casino

Las Vegas 

By the Numbers: 3,545 guest rooms and suites, more than 93,000 square-feet of casino space, 15-acre wildlife habitat 


Dating back to 1946, The Flamingo has been a destination for many famed artists, including Donny and Marie Osmond. The hotel’s name draws from its 15-acre wildlife habitat, which houses 80 Chilean flamingos and exotic fish and bird species. The Caribbean-themed casino features close to 2,000 slot machines and 89 table games, while its lagoon-style outdoor pools include waterfalls and water slides.

Paradise Island, Bahamas
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Atlantis Paradise Island

Paradise Island, Bahamas 

By the Numbers: 3,299 rooms and suites, 21 restaurants, 19 bars and lounges, 141-acre water park


The oceanside Atlantis Paradise Island has various hotels within its property, each with a range of rooms and suite options. These include The Reef, The Cove, The Royal, with 1,202 guest rooms and suites, The Coral, and Harborside Resort. Its water park, the Caribbean's largest, is filled with more than 20 million gallons of water, including themed towers with slides, wave pools, 11 swimming pools, and a river for tubing.

Disney’s Port Orleans Resort
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Disney’s Port Orleans Resort

Lake Buena Vista, Florida 

By the Numbers: 3,056 rooms, 325-acre woodlands 


Disney’s Port Orleans incorporates a Riverside section with rooms in three-story Southern-style mansions and two-story bayou dwellings, and a French Quarter section with cobblestone streets with gas lamps, magnolia blossoms, and Mardi Gras-themed attractions. Swimming attractions include the Tom Sawyer themed Ol’ Man Island, a 3.5-acre swimming hole complete with swings, slides, a catch-and-release fishing hole, and a 51-foot twisting water slide at the Doubloon Lagoon.

The Mirage
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The Mirage

Las Vegas 

By the Numbers: 3,044 guest rooms, suites, and villas, more than 100,000 square feet of gaming, 20,000-gallon saltwater display aquarium 


The Mirage has been a Vegas institution since 1989, with Quentin Tarantino and Fergie known to have hosted birthdays here. The hotel is known for its towering volcano, where more than 150 fire shooters release fireballs synchronized with music for a vivid show. Its pool lounge area includes two saltwater dipping pools for a beachside feel.

The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas
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The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas

Las Vegas 

By the Numbers: 3,033 rooms and suites, 40,000-square-foot concert venue 


A hip Vegas hangout, The Cosmopolitan houses rooms and suites with amenities such as fountain and city views and wet bars with sub-zero wine chillers. The hotel is home to The Chelsea, a 40,000-square-foot event venue where performers have included Dua Lipa, Duran Duran, Steve Miller Band, and Sting. With more than 20 food and beverage options that include the sleek chandelier bar, there’s no shortage of places to dine and drink here.

The Parisian Macao
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The Parisian Macao

Macao 

By the Numbers: Approximately 3,000 rooms and suites, Eiffel Tower replica with more than 2,800 tons of steel, 1,200-seat theater, more than 20,000 square-foot kids' area 


This French-themed integrated resort’s most famous feature is a half-scale recreation of the Eiffel Tower, which includes close to 900,000 decorative rivets, more than 6,600 lights, and is considered the most realistic and tallest replica of the architectural wonder in the world. Some rooms and suites include views of the tower. Dining options include elevated Asian and French cuisine. Its large play area for kids includes gaming consoles, carousels, climbing nets, and slides.

The Venetian Macao
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The Venetian Macao

Macao 

By the Numbers: 3,000 suites, 350 shops 


Each of the suites at The Venetian are at least 230 square feet, with some extending as large as 1,165. Its Sands Dining experience offers more than 150 restaurants and dining choices, from celebrity chef establishments to relaxed settings, while its shopping center includes a reconstruction of Venice’s Grand Canal complete with gondola rides. Additional amenities include four pools, a mini-golf area, a spa, gym, and a kid’s zone.

Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino
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Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino

Las Vegas 

By the Numbers: 2,956 rooms, 15,400-square-foot suite with room for 250 people 


Opened as the International Hotel in 1969 and later known as the Las Vegas Hilton, Westgate was the world’s largest hotel from 1981 to 1991 and claims the world’s largest race and sports book at more than 20,000 square feet. Of all its rooms, its largest can fit up to 250 people and comes with a media room, a full bar, three bedrooms, a living room, and a secluded master suite with a private outdoor pool and garden.

Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino
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Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino

Las Vegas 

By the Numbers: 2,916 rooms and suites, 2-acre rooftop pool


Paris Las Vegas offers a half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower that rises 46 stories and a light show every half-hour from sunset to midnight, similar to Paris’ tower. The property boasts 15 restaurants and seven bars and lounges, including piano lounges and celebrity establishments. Its casino includes more than 1,700 slot machines and 130 table games, while its 140,000-square-foot ballroom is one of the city’s largest.

Hilton Hawaiian Village
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Hilton Hawaiian Village

Honolulu, Hawaii 

By the Numbers: 2,860 rooms and suites, 20 restaurants and lounges, 22 acres 


Five towers make up this resort along Waikiki Beach, where you’ll find five pools and 20 restaurants and lounges, some oceanfront. Guests will also find a 5-acre saltwater lagoon and the white-sand Duke Kahanamoku Beach next door. Keep an eye out for luaus at the property, with authentic meals, live music, and fire dancers.

Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center
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Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center

Nashville, Tennessee 

By the Numbers: 2,888 rooms and suites, 9 acres of atriums, 4-acre waterpark


This Gaylord has been a popular stop in Nashville for more than 40 years, with its elaborate atriums housing indoor gardens, fish ponds, and waterfalls complete with regular fountain shows. Its indoor and outdoor water facility includes lazy and rapid rivers and an array of waterslides. A range of dining establishments await, including the only Jack Daniels restaurant in the world; you can sample hand-selected whiskey straight from the distillery.

Treasure Island Hotel & Casino
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Treasure Island Hotel & Casino

Las Vegas 

By the Numbers: 2,884 rooms and suites, 95,000 square-foot-casino, 18 restaurants, bars, and lounges 


Treasure Island is right in the action of the Vegas Strip, connecting to popular attractions such as the Fashion Show mall and Grand Canal Shoppes. Rooms and suites come with floor-to-ceiling windows, marble fixtures, large bathrooms, and seating areas, while restaurant and bar options range from a 24-hour bar to steakhouses, barbecue selections, and seafood shacks.

Disney’s Pop Century Resort
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Disney’s Pop Century Resort

Lake Buena Vista, Florida 

By the Numbers: 2,880 rooms 


This property inside Walt Disney World has rooms with designs from the 1950s through the 1990s and amenities such as Play-Doh, Rubik’s cubes, in-line skates, and yo-yos, as well as a flower-shaped The Hippy Dippy pool. Entertainment options include outdoor movie showings, two more pools, a food court, and a video arcade.

Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino
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Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino

Las Vegas 

By the Numbers: 2,814 rooms and suites, 44 acres, 10,000 square-foot mini golf course 


When Bally’s opened in the 1970s, it was the largest hotel in the world and still remains one of the largest, encompassing more than 3.2 million square feet of public space at the center of the Vegas Strip. At its entrance is a Grand Bazaar of more than 150 shops across 2 acres. Its own shopping arcade includes more than 20 stores and boutiques, while unusual attractions include a collection of rarely seen photographs from National Geographic, a showcase of the human anatomy at its Real Bodies exhibition, and a large, glow-in-the-dark “Twilight Zone'' themed mini-golf course featuring props, arcade games, bowling, and a live DJ.

Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa
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Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa

Atlantic City, New Jersey 

By the Numbers: 2,800 rooms and suites, 88,000 square feet of event space, 15 dining options, 161,000-square-foot casino 


For a Vegas feel in Atlantic City, travelers head to Borgata, where a 1,000-seat concert venue has hosted A-list celebrities ranging from Cher and Britney Spears to Halsey and Camila Cabello. Its casino includes close to 3,000 slot machines, with additional amenities that include 13 retail boutiques, eight nightlife venues, a barbershop, two spas, a salon, and indoor and outdoor pools.

Harrah’s Las Vegas
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Harrah’s Las Vegas

Las Vegas 

By the Numbers: 2,530 guest rooms and suites, 17.3 acres 


A casual stop on the Vegas Strip for those looking to party in a relaxed atmosphere, Harrah’s is home to the Carnival Court, an open-air street party venue at with live music and DJs, drinks, and blackjack tables. Its four bars and lounges include a piano bar and one dedicated solely to frozen concoctions, while restaurant choices include oyster bars and steakhouses. An Olympic-sized heated pool invites you to enjoy a dip.

The Linq Hotel + Experience
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The Linq Hotel + Experience

Las Vegas 

By the Numbers: 2,253 rooms and suites 


The Linq includes 224 suites, 25 poolside cabana rooms, and the Strip’s first bunk bed rooms. There are two pools with oversized games, beer pong, and DJs and a 15,000-square-foot spa with the Strip’s only Himalayan salt cave therapy room. Linq is home to the Strip’s first rentable living rooms, which are outfitted with 98-inch televisions, gaming consoles, VR headsets, and bottle and drink service. Between the hotel and Flamingo Las Vegas is the Linq Promenade, a shopping, dining, and entertainment center of more than 200,000 square feet.

Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino
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Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino

Las Vegas 

By the Numbers: 2,522 suites, 13,000-square-foot mini golf course


The home of the World Series of Poker Tournament, this property comes with suites that include city and mountain scenery and villas that include 24-hour butler service and spaces as large as 13,950 square feet. Its zip line takes guests more than 400 feet high to catch 360-degree views over the Vegas Strip at speeds as high as 33 mph. It has an 18-hole mini golf course themed after the band KISS, with arcade games, a museum dedicated to the band, and even a wedding chapel with rock ’n’ roll decor.

Harrah’s Resort and Casino
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Harrah’s Resort and Casino

Atlantic City, New Jersey 

By the Numbers: More than 2,500 rooms across five towers, 13 dining options


Harrah’s has a casino with more than 100 table games, 1,800-plus slot machines, and a 3,800-square-foot sportsbook, while its indoor tropical pool turns into a lively nightclub after dark. The several bars and lounges include a poolside option, and a spa outfitted with fireside jacuzzi pools, steam rooms, and saunas allow you to relax in style.

Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino
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Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino

Las Vegas 

By the Numbers: 2,496 rooms and suites, 20 restaurants


At Planet Hollywood, gaming options are endless, with nearly 3 acres dedicated to gaming ranging from slot machines and more than 80 table games. Get 180-degree views of the Las Vegas Strip from the 1,200-square-foot Panorama Suite before heading down to the 7,000-seat Zappos Theater to catch shows from singers such as John Legend and Miranda Lambert. When it comes time to cool down, try the hotels’ FlowRider, a standing wave pool that lets you hang ten in style.

The Strat Hotel, Casino and SkyPod
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The Strat Hotel, Casino and SkyPod

Las Vegas 

By the Numbers: 2,427 rooms and suites, nation’s tallest freestanding observation deck at 1,149 feet high 


Formerly the Stratosphere, the reinvented Strat Hotel is the ideal spot for thrill lovers. Its SkyPod, on the top of its tower, lets you jump from 829 feet at speeds of 40 mph. Rides such as the Big Shot take you 160 feet in the air, while its Insanity spinning ride extends 64 feet over the edge of the SkyPod for towering views. On the 106th floor is the Top of the World restaurant, which revolves fully every 80 minutes at heights of more than 800 feet.

Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino
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Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino

Las Vegas 

By the Numbers: 2,420 rooms and suites, 200,000-gallon live shark aquarium 


The Golden Nugget’s accommodations span four towers: the Spa Tower has suites that are mostly two stories, with expansive entertainment and living room spaces; The Rush Tower incorporates designer touches; the Gold Tower is right on the casino floor; and the Carson Tower offers more affordable accommodations with a residential feel. Amenities include an outdoor swimming pool and retail shops selling boutique clothing, artisanal chocolates, and fine jewelry.

Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin
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Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin

Orlando, Florida 

By the Numbers: 2,619 guest rooms, 22 restaurants and lounges, six pools 


Swan and Dolphin includes a new Walt Disney World Swan Reserve. The property sits close to many Disney theme parks and attractions, with free transportation provided to guests. Water amenities are plenty, from a grotto pool with waterfalls to water slides and white sand beaches.

Tropicana Casino and Resort
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Tropicana Casino and Resort

Atlantic City, New Jersey 

By the Numbers: More than 2,300 rooms


Right on the boardwalk and just steps from the beach, this resort and casino has rooms and suites across several towers and entertainment options ranging from more than 25 restaurants and 14 bars to four pools and a gaming area of more than 125,000 square feet with poker rooms and 2,300 slot machines. It's home to sports-themed arcade games, an IMAX theater, and shopping venues such as The Quarter, featuring more than 25 shops.

Marina Bay Sands
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Marina Bay Sands

Singapore 

By the Numbers: More than 2,200 rooms and suites across three 55-story towers 


Singapore’s largest hotel, Marina Bay Sands is home to the 1.2-hectare Sand SkyPark, where you can catch a view of Singapore’s skyline from 656 feet up — higher than the Eiffel Tower rises, and big enough to fit four A380 wide-body Airbus jets. It boasts a 500-foot infinity pool and more than 700 trees. The hotel has a lengthy list of amenities, from a casino and theater to a free outdoor light and water show, more than 170 shopping brands and 80 dining options. Its ArtScience Museum has 21 gallery spaces with exhibitions from artists including Leonardo da Vinci, Salvador Dali, and Vincent Van Gogh.

City of Dreams
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City of Dreams

Macao 

By the Numbers: 2,170 rooms and suites across four structures, more than 30 food and beverage venues 


Located in Cotai, City of Dreams is an integrated resort and entertainment complex housing four hotels, a contemporary casino, designer shopping, and Michelin-starred restaurants offering regional and international cuisine. The property includes structures such as Morpheus, the world’s first free-form exoskeleton high-rise by the late Zaha Hadid, the luxury tower Nuwa, the Grand Hyatt Macau of two wave-inspired towers, and The Countdown. Its water show is in a theater with 2,000 seats; the stage pool holds 3.7 million gallons of water.

South Point Hotel
South Point Hotel by Oscar Flowers (CC BY-SA)

South Point Hotel, Casino, and Spa

Las Vegas 

By the Numbers: 2,100 rooms and suites


One of the unique features of South Point is its equestrian center, an indoor horse facility that includes 1,200 stalls, a 4,600-seat arena, a pavilion with two additional arenas, and a saloon. Additional amenities include a 16-screen movie theater complex, a 64-lane bowling alley, a free-form outdoor pool, and more than 2,200 slot and video poker machines. Rooms and suites come with 50-inch televisions in 4k resolution, while a barber shop, spa, and salon are available when it’s time for pampering.

Moon Palace Golf and Spa Resort
Moon Palace Golf and Spa Resort by Mfala (CC BY-SA)

Moon Palace Golf and Spa Resort

Cancun, Mexico 

By the Numbers: More than 2,000 rooms 


This all-inclusive resort includes rooms with ocean and golf course views across two sections: Nizuc, which has more than 700 rooms, and Sunrise, with more than 1,300 rooms. In total, the hotel complex has 16 restaurants, 12 bars with top-shelf spirits, seven outdoor pools, a 27-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, and access to pristine beaches. Situated within 544 hectares of lowland jungle and wetlands, the hotel immerses you in nature.

Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Atlantic City
Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Atlantic City by Farragutful (CC BY-SA)

Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Atlantic City

Atlantic City, New Jersey 

By the Numbers: 2,000 rooms, 17 acres, 2,250 slots, 120 table games 


On the Atlantic City Boardwalk, this 4-million-square-foot Hard Rock offers one of the nation’s biggest music collections, with rare items such as handwritten lyrics by John Lennon, a Rolls-Royce owned by Elvis, and items from Madonna, KISS, and Bruce Springsteen. There’s no shortage of music entertainment here at the 5,500-seat Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena, 1,300-seat Sound Waves, and 365 Live, where you’ll find music all week long.