Pulling a car behind a pickup, had to park in adjacent restaurant lot but hotel staff said that was not a problem. Breakfast was standard hotel fare. Had hard boiled eggs but scrambled eggs would have been a nice addition. Sausage was just ok. Keurig coffee maker in room was nice. Staff were great ...
I had room 101 rt outside the desk..but for dogs...the lobby tv was loud all night and woke me up at 4am which sucked...last night the afternoon lady at the desk NEVEF ANSWEREX THE PHONE so that kept me half awake..Nd the bad part she was sitting there folding laundry...very lazy of her not to pick ...
CLEAN! The room, the pool, the grounds were so clean. The staff was so friendly. Standard continental breakfast with excellent coffee. Room had fridge and microwave. Only letdown was no coffee maker in room. Will definitely stay next time we are in the area.
the people are so nice, no matter where we went to eat or to shop etc, i love the people in missippi, even when you meat them on the outside they are so nice, i live in west palm beach fl and they are not nice, some are, so that is why we keep going there when we can,
With warm weather throughout the year and a number of outdoor places both along beaches and in parks, Biloxi is a great place to visit with your furry friend. While there are some restrictions due to native creature habitat protections, you will still find plenty of places that are pet friendly.
First, you will definitely want to rent a car to get around Biloxi. It is not a very walkable area nor is there much in the way of public transportation. While your leashed pet is more than welcome on many beach areas along the Mississippi’s coastline, you should double check on the National Parks website to make sure you know where exactly your pup is allowed and where he is not. Nearby Ocean Springs Beach is a great place to start.
If you want to let your dog roam freely, head to Biloxi Dog Park, Popp’s Ferry Dog Park, or Pixie’s Memorial Dog Park. You can also check out the fairly new River Dog’s Park in Pascagoula. For something a bit more unique, visit the Biloxi Shrimping Tour. Since the city is so close to the Gulf, seafood is a huge part of its Southern cuisine. The tour company is incredibly accommodating to pets and you will get to see what kind of food you can catch.
Once you have worked up an appetite, head to any one of the pet-friendly eateries in town. Most offer outdoor seating where your pet can hang out while you eat. Shaggy’s Biloxi Beach right on Biloxi Beach has beautiful views of the Sound and offers delicious seafood. Be sure to try its frozen daiquiris. Fuji Sushi House has a specific fenced-in area for dogs. Here, try the gumbo or any of the desserts at Le Café Beignet. Next, Mary Mahoney’s is one of Biloxi’s most famous fine dining restaurants and offers beautiful courtyard seating. Call ahead so they are aware.
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