When can we say that a hotel is successful? Do we base our rank on luxury, occupancy, or size? Are the largest hotels in the world the most successful ones?

Some would argue that the number of rooms that a hotel has to offer determines its success.

So which hotels around the world hold the most number of rooms? And can house the most number of guests?

Here are some of those hotels; these hotels are the largest hotels in the world in respect of having the most number of rooms.

Abraj Kudai, Mecca, Saudi Arabia

Abraj Kudai, Mecca, Saudi Arabia

Although this hotel is still under construction we have to mention it when we speak about the largest hotels around the world, as it will be the largest hotel in the world when completed.

Abraj Kudai, Mecca, Saudi Arabia

The hotel consists of a ring of 12 towers 45 floors each, with a total of 10,000 bedrooms. In addition to 70 restaurants and five rooftop helipads.

First World Hotel & Plaza, Malaysia

First World Hotel

With its 7,352 rooms, this hotel has even made it to the Guinness World Record for being the largest hotel, in terms of having the most number of rooms.

Since 2006, the hotel has housed more than 3.5 million guests.

First World Hotel

This hotel comprises of two towers and has a huge variety of rooms; some of those rooms offer an extremely luxurious experience.

First World Hotel is even the first South East Asian hotel to set up an e-kiosk to facilitate super-fast check-ins and check-outs.

First World Hotel

The hotel also offers huge entertainment facilities such as a 20th Century Fox World Theme Park, a Snow World and Video Game Park for the entertainment of their guests.

The Venetian & The Palazzo, Las Vegas, USA

The Venetian & The Palazzo

The Venetian &Palazzo combined together are the second largest resort in the world.

This combined complex comprises of The Venetian, The Palazzo and Sands Expo Convection Center, it has around 3068 suites and 4049 rooms available for its guests.

The Venetian’s design has been heavily inspired by Venice. The hotel even has gondolas and waterway paths to move around the hotel premise.

The Venetian & The Palazzo

As for The Palazzo, it is and all-suite hotel. Most of its guest rooms measure around 720 square feet.

The Venetian & The Palazzo

It also houses the famous Las Vegas Car Museum within its multi-storied restaurant – Dal Toro.

Izmailovo, Moscow, Russia

Izmailovo

Built to house the most number of guests during the 1980s summer Olympics, Moscow’s Izmailovo hotel comprises of four hotels.

Izmailovo

The four sections are called Alpa, Beta, Gamma and Delta. Each hotel has 30 floors. Together they have a total of 7500 rooms on offer.

Izmailovo

The hotel is in close proximity of many tourist attractions in Moscow. It also has around 16 restaurants, and even some banks for the comfort of their guest.

Disney’s All-Star Resort, Orlando, USA

Disney’s All-Star Resort

Disney’s All-Star Resort

Disney’s All-Star Resort

Situated in the southern part of the Walt Disney World in Orlando, the hotel comprises of three resorts put together: Disney’s All-star Sports Resort, Disney’s All-Star Music Resort, and Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort.

Disney’s All-Star Resort

Each resort has its own unique theme and décor; together the resorts have a total of 5658 rooms.

Disney’s All-Star Resort

The resort offers a huge food court, and even pizza delivery facility. And of course it also has a Mickey’s gift shop that offers a whole range of Disney souvenirs.

Ambassador City, Thailand

Ambassador City

Ambassador City

Spread over 40 acres of land this hotel houses the largest pool in all Asia, it has 4,219 rooms.

Ambassador City

The hotel comprises of four sections and each section has its own unique design and decor.

Moreover, Ambassador City has one of the best sports centers. They also have about 6 squash courts, tennis facility and fabulous water sports amenities.

This hotel also houses a well-equipped business center.