World's Largest Hotel In Las Vegas Seeks Permit For 6,745 Hotel Rooms

Edge Las VegasWorld’s largest hotel in Las Vegas, NV seeks permit for 6,745 luxury hotel rooms.  A cash strapped Israel based real estate developer wants to build the largest hotel in the world.

Recently the formerly known company as Africa Israel Group, AFI Group, asked the Clark County commissioners for permits to develop the largest hotel, casino and 1,000,000 square feet retail complex adjacent to Hard Rock Hotel.   The W Las Vegas hotel was planned for that real estate as well as Las Ramblas.

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Dubai Hotel Will Overtake Las Vegas MGM Grand Hotel As Largest

Dubai Hotel will overtake MGM Grand Hotel as world’s largest.

Dubai HotelOf the 20 largest hotels in the world, Las Vegas has 15 on the list. Totaling over 75,600 rooms, Las Vegas’ 15 hotels account for 76.3 percent of those rooms.

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In a town that thrives on size - just look at our resorts - our civic ego may take a blow in a few years when the world’s largest Dubai hotel in the United Arab Emirates.

For now, Las Vegas is home to the three largest hotels in the world, including Las Vegas MGM Grand Hotel, and seven of the top 10 and, in fact, 15 of the top 20.

But Asia Asia Dubai Hotel, with 6,500 rooms, is expected to be the king of the hill when it opens in Dubai in 2010, knocking MGM Grand Hotel off its current perch.

Dubai’s fantastic, even bizarre developments, including a ski slope in the desert and man-made islands shaped like palm fronds, helped draw some 6 million tourists last year to a tiny desert land that is fast running out of oil.

And on the Strip, there’s the added attraction of all the other large hotels.

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