World’s Largest Hotels

DoubleTree Berkeley MarinaAs of now, there are numerous hotels individuals can choose from when they plan for a vacation. These hotels provide the best amenities and services that can make your vacation memorable. Not to mention, there are also hotels that offer numerous suites for their guests. Listed below is a list of some of the world’s largest hotels.

The Venetian, Las Vegas

The Venetian Hotel has opened its doors at 1999 and has been offering a different theme and atmosphere to its guests. This 5-star hotel is among the priciest establishments that offer accommodation in Las Vegas. In order to accommodate all their guests, The Venetian has 4,027 rooms.

Disney All-Star Resorts, Orlando

The Disney All-Star Resort in Orlando, Florida is three resorts all combined into one, with each having its own theme; Disney’s All-star Sports Resort, Disney’s All-Star Music Resort, and Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort.  The room total from all resorts amounts to 5,658 with the lowest priced suite pegged at $120 a night.

First World Hotel, Malaysia

The First World Hotel surely looks colorful and fun. It is located in Pahang, Malyasia within walking distance from the Genting Theme Park. The hotel has 6,118 rooms that are fully functional, although several sections of the First World Hotel are still under renovation.

Izmailovo, Moscow

The Izmailovo has a total of 7,500 rooms. The whole unit is made up of four towers, 30 floors each. Each tower is given a name from the Greek alphabet – Alfa, Beta, Vega, and Gamma-Delta.

Trivia Info Source From: Doubletreeberkeleymarina.com

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