Rooms are spacious; we loved the balcony over the bay. At 6:30 we were almost told we couldn't check in yet but then they found two rooms for us. We were hoping to be on the beach and there's no beach by the hotel but it is very close to bridge
with a great pedestrian/bike path.
From the get go my stay at the Isle was disappointing. I was aware that there was going to be construction going on but--I reserved a room with a balcony so that my wife and I would have a romantic anniversary getaway. I did have a room with a
balcony but the view was of the construction site. The workers started their machines up at 6:15 a.m. We were surprised to see that the first floor is completely closed off. No Lava lounge, no coffee area and no quick snack area. Our room was comfortable but-- the first day we didn't have enough towels and the second day we didn't have any soap. At this time I would tell people to wait until the Isle opens its doors as the Golden Nugget.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short drive from hotel
I would strongly recommend the Half Shell Oyster House in Biloxi. Everything they serve is fresh and well worth the drive.
Ash trAy on every corner couldn't escape the smoke smell it permeates everything . The staff was exceptionally helpful and polite . My wife had spa treatments and enjoyed them. Good location. A little out dated but are under construction
.Breakfast buffet was very good dinner was tolerable.. Two man rubber band band was awesome in the lounge very talented! Nice little bar
Overall, decent hotel. I have stayed at almost every hotel (casino or non) on the coast and this one is more worth the money. They are still renovating but still looks pretty decent.
I did have a problem with charges from someone else being put on
my room but they tried to take care of it right away. I have to wait for the hold to be released before I know for sure.
I would also advise you to bring your own PILLOWS!!!! That was the only bad part of the room. Too thin and I typically sleep with one fluffy pillow.