The Biggest Hotels in the US

Four of the five largest hotels in the United States are located in Las Vegas. America’s biggest hotels are marvels of innovation and infrastructure and employ staffs of thousands ready to cater to the whims of visitors at any moment. These grand American hotels represent largess not only in size and capacity but also in luxury and grandeur.

MGM Grand Hotel

The MGM Grand is home to four 30 story towers that house over 5,000 guest rooms. The hotel’s “Signature” tower is a non-gaming, non-smoking wing comprised of over 500 suites, most which are outfitted with private balconies. The complex is also home to an 800 seat theatre, 20 restaurants and six night clubs.

MGM Grand Hotel & Casino
3799 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109

Luxor Hotel

The Luxor is home to over 4,000 rooms ranging in size from standard to premier suites, each of which is inside the establishments pyramid construction. Luxor also hosts a rotating schedule of performances from the world renowned Cirque du Soleil, which has permanent residency at the hotel.

Luxor Hotel and Casino
3900 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV 89119

Hilton Hawaiian Village

Hilton Hawaiian Village is located on 22 sprawling beachfront acres in the heart of the city. Boasting nearly 3,000 guest rooms, the hotel is home to 20 restaurants and a full service spa. A The 5,000-square-foot family activity pool is also located on the grounds.

Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort & Spa.
2005 Kalia Road
Honolulu, HI

Palazzo Resort Hotel

The Palazzo hotel in Las Vegas boats over 3,000 guest rooms. The facility is home to over 50 retail shops and a 40 foot high rock climbing wall. The smallest rooms available at the complex are a sprawling 720 square feet. All rooms at the facility feature flat screen televisions in the bathroom.

Palazzo Resort Hotel & Casino
3325 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Paris Las Vegas Hotel

The fifth largest hotel in the US is the Paris Las Vegas, boasting just under 3,000 rooms. The facility is also home to a half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower, which rises 460 feet above the city. The complex is also home to two shopping promenades which are home to over two dozen specialty retailers.

Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
3655 Las Vegas Boulevard Sout
Las Vegas, NV 89109

The Regulations for Hotels

Hotel regulations enacted for the safety of guests date back to the Medieval era, when innkeepers regularly collaborated with brigands to rob guests. Federal and common law seeks to provide a safe environment for guests and protect them from discrimination, while not penalizing hotels for guest negligence.


The Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990 requires that all hotel public and common areas be accessible to disabled persons. Hotels must provide a certain percentage of wheelchair accessible rooms and bathrooms with roll-in showers in accordance with ADA accessibility regulations.


Title II of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits refusal to provide accommodations on the basis of an individual’s race, religion or national origin. Hotels are also subject to the Equal Pay Act of 1963, which prohibits paying lower wages to women for the same work that their male counterparts perform.


Hotels are responsible for providing safe accommodations for their guests under common law. Hotels can be found liable for damages resulting from safety hazards if a court rules that reasonable inspection of the property would have revealed them. Hotels aren’t liable for damages caused by their guests’ own negligence.