spacious

From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspaciousspa‧cious /ˈspeɪʃəs/ ●●○ adjective BIGa spacious house, room etc is large and has plenty of space to move around in OPP cramped a spacious living areaspaciously adverbspaciousness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
spaciousThis also makes the whole area appear more spacious.Bedrooms are spacious and all have private bathroom and balcony; most take a third bed.They held impressive but obscure titles, occupied spacious and comfortable offices, and indulged in frequent travel and long lunches.Bedrooms are spacious and traditional although bathrooms are small, with hip baths or shower.Those speakers direct sound to the front and back of the room, duplicating the spacious effect of a movie theater.We went in, pausing in a spacious lobby.Top executives are generally provided with spacious offices and secretarial and support staff.
Origin spacious (1300-1400) Old French spacieux, from Latin spatiosus, from spatium; SPACE1