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Giant hotels that could accommodate entire cities

Magnificent buildings, luxury resorts and vast facilities, including giant pools, entire theme parks included in this unique list of hotels that could accommodate entire cities. See one by one the highlights, the numbers and the pictures that speak for themselves!

Atlantis Paradise Island, Bahamas

Rooms: 3,200
Could easily accommodate: The entire population of Taos in New Mexico.

Atlantis Hotel, Paradise Island, Bahamas

Atlantis Hotel, Paradise Island, Bahamas

Perhaps the best part of this brilliant resort is the huge aquarium. It even has an artificial lagoon full of sharks, rays and many other species of fish.

Sheraton Macau Hotel, Macau

Rooms: 3,896
Could easily accommodate: Every self determined artist who lives in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Sheraton Macau Hotel, Macau

Sheraton Macau Hotel, Macau

Macau was rented to Portugal by the Chinese to be used as a trading port in 1557. After a long bill battle, during which the Portuguese demanded autonomy and the Chinese to raise the rent every year, decided to govern the Portuguese, as Chinese retain as their own territory. Today the Sheraton is the largest hotel in Macau and is even famous for complimentary snacks offered to clients throughout the course of the day, but also for the free drinks at certain hours of the day.

First World Hotel, Malaysia

Rooms: 6,118
Could easily accommodate : The entire population of the Hamptons, New York.

First World hotel, Malaysia

First World hotel, Malaysia

This complex is the fourth largest in the world. It has two towers, 3.307 deluxe rooms, 1.669 standard rooms, 493 superior deluxe rooms, 136 themed guest rooms and 69 deluxe triple rooms. The impressive outdoor spaces include a theme park, a haunted house, a cinema and a bowling alley.

MGM Grand, USA

Rooms: 6,852
Could easily accommodate: Half the population of Monaco.

MGM Grand, Las Vegas

MGM Grand, Las Vegas

The MGM Grand in Las Vegas was once the largest hotel in the world, but now compatible with the title of the largest in the U.S.. Notable landmarks include the 6.6 acres that include waterfalls, lakes and rivers. It also hosts the show of the famous Cirque du Soleil.

By Nicole P.

Hotel photos: Perry Tak, ak phuong, Sheraton Hotels and Resorts, Mike Lynaugh.

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