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Of the world’s 30 biggest hotels, 17 can be found in Las Vegas, most of them on the strip. Macau comes in second, suggesting that if you’re looking for a big resort, you’re probably going to find it where gambling isn’t just allowed but encouraged. (Size, in this case, is measured by number of rooms).
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30. Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center, Nashville: Operated by Marriott, this 2881-room hotel opened on Thanksgiving Day back in 1977. In October 2014, it was fined for $600,000 for willful interference with private wi-fi spots, forcing visitors to use & pay for the hotel’s wi-fi services.
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29. Treasure Island Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas: Owned by Phil Ruffin, this hotel has 2884 rooms, and is the first on our list located on the Vegas strip. It is connected to the Mirage by tram, and was opened in 1993 at the cost of $450 million.Share on Facebook NEXT PAGE