Wanted to pre check in for room. Had to wait till noon. Room was perfect' Phones did not work in the casino for calls was the only inconvenience. Was right on the route of the parade. Made a great escape when it was over. Overall was pleasant stay.
Rooms are very spacious and modern with great views of the ocean and city skyline from the balcony. The resort is a giant playground for kids with arcades, rock climb, bowling alley , etc., There are 3 casual restaurants on site. This is where you bring your kids and the adults walk next door to ...
Older hotel undergoing renovations currently, although a majority of the hotel is already finished. Very nice rooms with comfortable beds, large flat screen TVs and all amenities including microwave and refrigerator. The hotel has a very nice courtyard with pool and hot-tub immersed in lush greenery ...
We were staying at the Beau Rivage for the last 16 years & we wanted to make a change. We decided to stay at this beautiful new hotel called the Scarlet Pearl & were we ever correct. We enjoyed our stay with it’s spacious room great view along with the hotel amenities. We will definitely go back ...
We unfortunately had tropical storm Cindy hit while we were staying. The room was a great size especially having to be in the room with bad weather. Our view from our 4th floor room was beautiful. Staff was mostly friendly had a bad experience checking in when another guest was extremely rude to ...
Biloxi, Mississippi is known for its hot beaches on the Gulf of Mexico during the day and its alluring casinos at night. Any guest at Biloxi hotels will definitely have many opportunities to enjoy a vacation to this area of consistent climate (but don't go during hurricane season), and it's a nice stop-off on a road trip to New Orleans to the west or Florida to the east. Hotels in Biloxi are usually situated near the beaches or the casinos, or like most gambling cities, there's a chance for a big win (or loss) in the mirrored halls of the hotels themselves. Biloxi is well-acquainted to entertain guests from any price range, and its location between more famous gambling markets makes it an interesting stop for the adventurous traveler.
Conventions usually occur at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum and Convention Center. Other Biloxi hotels, like the Beau Rivage Resort and Treasure Bay Casino Resort provide conference areas of their own for private and public meetings.
Biloxi hotels and restaurants downtown offer fantastic dining experiences. Enjoy Vietnamese at Kim Long Restaurant or exquisite French cuisine at the Fleur De LisGourmet Bakery.
People come here for the gambling, and the city is known very well for its casino/resorts, including the IP Casino, Treasure Bay, and Beau Rivage.
Get a map from any Biloxi hotel information center and locate Souvenir City. The resilient shopping center sells all kinds of wares right on Beach Blvd.
Tourists who want to participate in fishing on the Gulf or some parasailing, water-skiing, and windsurfing can choose from hotels right on the water.
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 checking in/out.
We unfortunately had tropical storm Cindy hit while we were staying. The room was a great size especially having to be in the room with bad weather. Our view from our 4th floor room was beautiful. Staff was mostly friendly had a bad experience checking in when another guest was extremely rude to the front desk lady which led to a loud verbal argument between them. The pool area and seating area was very disappointing. They had very little furniture to sit on and enjoy being outside and the little furniture they did have was old and not comfortable. In the pool area there was only 2 plastic lounge chairs and 3 plastic chairs. The elevators were awful. I was stuck in one on the forth floor not for a long time but was a very scary experience. The other elevators button to the floor level rarely worked and when you had to go to the 4th floor it made a noise that made you think the dang thing was going to break. On the plus side, the breakfast was always excellent and for the coffee drinkers the coffee always was available and hot!! The hotel sits off on its own and the beach area in front of the hotel is beautiful and easily accessible.
Although just passing threw we spent half a day in Biloxi. Good hotel for the price. I would stay here again for sure. No problems with the room or service and right across the street from the beach.
L read all of the reviews and most said the place was clean and economical (which are my highest priorities). I was both. I also read the mattresses were very firm ...mine was. The wi-fi was virtually non-existent, so I read a book instead. The breakfast was fair. All that said, I'd stay again.