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Top 10 Biggest Casinos in Vegas: The Giants of Sin City

Ah, Vegas. Even if you’ve never been, you probably have a pretty good idea what the city looks like; the movies, shows, and Vegas-themed slots have made sure as much! Bright lights, exciting shows, dazzling casinos wherever you look… we all have that vivid picture in our heads, don’t we?

But if someone were to ask you what the biggest casino in Las Vegas was, what would you say? The MGM Grand? Perhaps Caesars Palace? And… what if we said the answer is altogether different? All right, all right, we don’t have to pick just one. Surely we can settle on 10 biggest casinos in Vegas and let everyone have a moment in the spotlight!

Ready to find out where each of the famous Vegas casinos land when it comes to their size? Here we go!

#1 Wynn/Encore: The Biggest Casino in Las Vegas

All right, we know it would be more exciting to do a countdown starting with the tenth place but we don’t want to keep you in the dark for too long. So we’re kicking it off with the actual biggest casino in Las Vegas: Wynn/Encore!

  • Casino surface area: 191,424 square feet
  • Number of rooms: 2,716 hotel rooms at Wynn Las Vegas + 2,034 suites at Encore = 4,750
  • Open since: 2005 (Wynn) and 2008 (Encore)

Separately, Encore is a hotel tower with 48 floors and 2,034 rooms, while the resort stretches over 72,000 square feet (6,700 m2). Wynn, on the other hand, has 45 floors, 2,716 rooms and is located on 111,000 square feet (10,300 m2).

Combined, however, Wynn/Encore is the largest casino in Las Vegas bar none. The sister casinos, both owned by Wynn Resorts, together boast more than 1,800 slot machines and 180 table games, including baccarat, blackjack, craps, roulette, and different types of poker (from pai gow to Ultimate Texas Hold’em).

The casino is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and it is said to be one of the most luxurious casinos on the Las Vegas Strip. Truly, getting to experience the glitz and the glamour of that calibre in vivo is one of the biggest advantages of gambling in a land-based casino.

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#2 MGM Grand Casino

  • Casino surface area: 171,500 square feet
  • Number of rooms: 5,000+
  • Open since: 1993

The MGM Grand is certainly one of the most famous Las Vegas casinos in the world but is beaten by Wynn/Encore when it comes to their combined square footage. Still, the 171,500 sq ft are more than impressive all on their own! What’s more, there are more than 2,500 slot machines and 160 table games at the MGM Grand, including baccarat, blackjack, roulette, craps, and plenty of different types of poker, like Texas Hold’em and Let It Ride.

What’s more, with its 5,000+ rooms, the MGM Grand holds the title of the biggest hotel in Las Vegas without a doubt.

#3 Sunset Station Casino

  • Casino surface area: 163,951 square feet
  • Number of rooms: 448
  • Open since: 1997

Sunset Station is the tallest building in Henderson, Nevada. The casino itself features over 2,500 slot machines and over 30 table games, among which are craps, blackjack, and roulette. What’s more, Sunset Station is one of the most popular go-to venues for playing bingo and keno.

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#4 Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino

  • Casino surface area: 160,334 square feet
  • Number of rooms: 3,209 
  • Open since: 1999

Next up on our list: the 43-floor gold-plated casino by the name of Mandalay Bay! At the casino you can play anything from table games (baccarat, craps, blackjack, roulette) and poker to one of their 1,700 slot machines. Mandalay Bay is owned by MGM Resorts International.

#5 Bellagio Casino

  • Casino surface area: 156,000 square feet
  • Number of rooms: 3,933
  • Open since: 1998

Admit it; your first thought when you hear “Bellagio” is Ocean’s 11, isn’t it? Just kidding, the Bellagio, also owned by MGM Resorts International, is one of the most well-known casinos in the world (with or without Ocean’s help). There are over 2,300 slot games in the casino and more than 100 tables where you can play table games, from blackjack to Vegas craps.

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#6 Santa Fe Station

  • Casino surface area: 151,001 square feet
  • Number of rooms: 200
  • Open since: 1991

Santa Fe Station is beating out our next two entries by no more than a square foot. But fair is fair and it deserves its sixth spot on our biggest casinos in Vegas list. The casino features more than 2,400 slot machines, 39 table games, and even bingo, keno, and video poker.

#7 Aria Resort and Casino

  • Casino surface area: 150,000 square feet
  • Number of rooms: 4,004
  • Open since: 2009

Time for another MGM operated casino - Aria resort and casino, stretched out over 150,000 square feet. There are over 2,000 slot machines present at Aria and more than 145 table games (with poker being the most popular of the bunch).

#8 Fontainebleau

  • Casino surface area: 150,000 square feet
  • Number of rooms: 3,644
  • Open since: 2023

You may not have heard about the Fontainebleau before but that’s only because it’s a fairly new casino on the strip. With its staggering square footage, a luxurious set up, and plenty of slots, table games, and sportsbooks to enjoy, we are more than certain Fontainebleau is a name that is going to be remembered.

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#9 Caesars Palace

  • Casino surface area: 124,181 square feet
  • Number of rooms: 3,960
  • Open since: 1966

For all of you who guessed “Caesars Palace” as the actual biggest casino in Vegas, this is where it would land in the top 10 biggest Las Vegas casinos list.

However, while it may not be the largest, it is certainly one of the most recognizable landmarks in Vegas. With its long history, 185 table games and 1,300+ slot machines, Caesars Palace remains one of the most famous and sought after casinos in the world. Just look for the hotel situated between Bellagio and the Mirage - you can’t miss it!

#10 The Venetian

  • Casino surface area: 120,000 square feet
  • Number of rooms: 3,036
  • Open since: 1999

The theme is Venice, Italy and the name is the Venetian Las Vegas (not to be confused with The Venetian Macau, one of the biggest casinos in the world). The Venetian Las Vegas features an incredible 1,800+ slots and 225 table games that include anything from baccarat, blackjack and roulette to pai gow poker and craps.

Biggest Casinos in Vegas: Honourable Mentions 

Are you surprised some Las Vegas casinos haven’t made our list? Which ones? In truth, we could go on and on with this list until we’ve mentioned all the largest casinos in Las Vegas but we had to cap it off somewhere.

That said, we’d like to give a shoutout to other impressive Vegas casinos, such as the Luxor, Green Valley Ranch, South Point, Orleans, Cosmopolitan, and Paris Las Vegas, just to name a few. They may not have made the top 10 but one thing is for sure: if you’re ever in Las Vegas, no matter which of these casinos you end up visiting, there is zero doubt the experience will be unforgettable.