Take a look at the best party hotels in Biloxi.
The 1,740-room Beau Rivage Resort & Casino is an upper-middle-range hotel along the coast in Biloxi. An MGM Resorts International property, the Beau Rivage has all that you'd expect from a casino hotel -- multiple restaurants, meeting and event spaces, and an arcade to keep the kids busy. Other amenities include a spa and salon, outdoor swimming pool, and 18-hole golf course for guests only. The guest rooms and suites have classic furnishings in gold tones, as well as flat-screen TVs, bathtubs, and separate walk-in showers. Free Wi-Fi and valet parking add to its value. If the furnishings are a little too dated for your taste, check out the more modern Hard Rock Hotel & Casino next door.
The upscale Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Biloxi is a hip and stylish casino resort that can be a ton of fun for couples and groups who like to party. Public spaces resemble a rock music museum, with colorfully illuminated displays of memorabilia. There’s as much to do as see, with a casino, full-service spa and salon, concert hall, disco, huge outdoor pool, and nine restaurants. The 479 rooms are spacious, and modern, with distinctive designs that include large walk-in showers and beautiful twin vanities in either granite or marble. But as a party-oriented hotel, things can get a little loud at times. And while rates are generally reasonable, they can spike on weekends. Travelers might want to comparison shop with the Beau Rivage Resort & Casino Biloxi next door, which can offer lower rates.
The four-pearl IP Casino Resort Spa – Biloxi is a modern destination resort located on Biloxi’s Back Bay. While it’s a bit isolated from the Gulf beaches, the 1,088-room high-rise offers everything most travelers are looking for in a casino resort. It features one of Biloxi’s largest casinos, multiple nightclubs and restaurants, full-service spa, huge pool, fitness center, fashion boutique, and a theater that hosts big-name entertainers. Guest rooms have contemporary decor with a dash of style, and they're nicely equipped with mini-fridges, coffeemakers, robes, and safes. Free Wi-Fi, parking, and gym access are part of the daily resort fee that irks some guests. For a Gulf-front resort, travelers can consider Beau Rivage Resort & Casino Biloxi.
The upper-middle-range Golden Nugget Biloxi is a casino resort destination with a slight Vegas feel, located a half mile from the beach. Many guests stay put to enjoy the tricked-out pools, spa, bars, chain restaurants, and 24-hour gambling. The Golden Nugget is not an ideal family vacation spot as the vibe and entertainment are adult -- even the pool is high-end and clubby. This is the kind of place that charges a damages deposit upfront. The 704 guest rooms are spacious and sophisticated. High rollers will want to check out the luxurious Spa Suite with a full living room and artificial grass patio. South Beach Biloxi Hotel & Suites is in the same price range, and is right on the beach.
The upper-middle-range Treasure Bay Casino and Hotel is a smaller and generally quieter casino hotel than many of its much larger, glitzier neighbors. Yes, it has a casino, offers five restaurants/lounges, and has a multi-level pool complex, but it still has a fairly intimate ambiance -- and it's across the street from the beach. Its 202 rooms are clean and spacious, with especially nice bathrooms that feature flat-screen TVs and rainfall showers. But, smoke tends to drift around the hotel from the casino, and rooms don’t have mini-fridges or microwaves. Rates are consistently among the lowest offered by area casino hotels and therefore, it sells out at times. A backup could be the nearby, upper-middle-range South Beach Biloxi Hotel & Suites that offers large suites with kitchenettes, though it's pricier and does not have a casino.