Measure B is all about large hotels. But what exactly defines a large hotel? The topic has never been covered in the months of debate, pro and con, over Measure B. How many rooms does a large hotel actually have?
This is letter is an attempt to put “large hotel” in perspective. Please do not ask about the types or size of the respective rooms. I have not been to them all – or, actually, to any of them. And, of course, we don’t know if “room” means the same thing in each country and ownership.
So, according to thrillist.com, on a “100 percent stats-driven list of the 10 largest hotels in the world, seven would be in Vegas. In fact, out of the biggest 25, a whopping 15 are in that patch of Nevada desert. This is a far-more-interesting roundup of the most massive accommodation options in 10 different countries.”