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Treasure Bay Casino and Hotel 3.5

Biloxi, Mississippi, United States

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  • Consistently among the best rates offered by area casino hotels
  • Located across the street from a beach on the Gulf
  • Clean, spacious rooms with two flat-screen TVs and upscale bathrooms
  • Casino with slots and table games
  • Large, multi-level pool complex with infinity pool and cabanas
  • Five dining options including fine-dining restaurant and poolside grill
  • 3,600 square feet of meeting space
  • Boutique that sells clothing and jewelry
  • Free valet parking
  • Beach shuttle service (for a fee)
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout


  • Smoke from casino tends to drift into other public spaces
  • Room-to-room noise can be heard at times
  • No mini-fridges or microwaves in rooms

Bottom Line

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.

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A smaller, more intimate hotel casino overlooking a beach

This hotel has a casino and all the exciting gaming action that comes with it, but it’s a smaller and generally quieter property than the much larger resort casinos nearby. For that and other reasons like its beachfront location, lovely pool complex, and seafood buffet, Treasure Bay has a loyal clientele base of couples and small groups that return year after year. From the outside, the boxy orange building lacks charm, though it feels a bit livelier at night when the pool glows neon blue. Inside, the soothing lobby features polished tile in shades of beige and brown. Below the curved ceiling, natural stone pillars frame oversize armchairs that are bathed in soft lights. Among the most eye-catching common spaces is the Blu lounge, which lives up to its name with a long bar lit up in neon blue. It’s a dark and softly lit space that includes chairs in front of a bank of floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. The bar, like the popular pool complex, is a peaceful place to relax, and both are particularly refreshing for a casino property. 


Across the street from the Gulf of Mexico, near the convention center 

Treasure Bay is located directly across busy Beach Boulevard from the Gulf of Mexico with a few other hotels, some restaurants, and residential streets behind it. A few restaurants are within a three- to five-minute walk, and a small beach is across the street. The hotel also offers a shuttle to the beach for a fee. The Mississippi Coast Coliseum and Convention Center and Jefferson Davis Presidential Library are fewer than five minutes away by car. The Hard Rock Hotel and Beau Rivage Resort are eight minutes away by either car or free trolley that makes stops at the various casinos. Downtown Biloxi, Keesler Air Force Base, and Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College are about 10 minutes away by car. Gulfport is 12 minutes away driving, and the Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport is a 20-minute drive. Driving times to Mobile (east) and New Orleans (west) are one hour and 85 minutes, respectively, along nearby Interstate 10.


Clean and spacious, but somewhat dated decor, with upscale bathrooms and private balconies/patios

Guest rooms at Treasure Bay are spread out among a nine-story tower and two smaller buildings that abut the pool and garden area. All rooms share the same design elements, and are spacious and clean. But the style feels a little dated, and rooms can appear somewhat dark and dour due to their tan walls and dark patterned carpeting. Royal blue and white touches help to brighten things up a bit, while black padded-leather headboards, and tan upholstered armchairs lend some plushness. Reddish-brown wood furniture includes nightstands, armoires, and desks that have black granite tops and simple black upholstered, steel-frame chairs. Bathrooms are the most distinctive and upscale parts of the rooms. They feature wood vanities with spacious, black granite surfaces, and beige tile floors and polished marble walls. There are walk-in showers with partially frosted glass doors, or shower/tub combos. Rainfall showerheads and soap/shampoo dispensers are mounted on the walls. Standard rooms come in King and Double options, and there are eight suites with whirlpool tubs, and eight loft-like rooms with high ceilings and whirlpool tubs. All rooms have small private balconies or patios that typically overlook the pool/garden complex or the Gulf. All rooms also have flat-screen TVs in both the bedroom and bathroom areas and free Wi-Fi. Armoires are stocked with electronic safes, and guests receive a free box of cookies on arrival. Rooms are generally quiet and comfortable, but some room-to-room noise can be heard. 


Casino, multi-level pool complex with bar and grill, five restaurants/lounges, boutique, meeting space

Treasure Bay is a smaller casino hotel but it still offers plenty of amenities for enjoyment and relaxation. The casino includes the standard table games and slots, and there's a Players Club with added benefits. However, it’s the multi-level pool that’s most distinctive here. The natural stone patio area includes an infinity pool, shaded, cabana-style areas, and a bar and grill (with brick-oven pizza) on a large, covered deck that features live music in the summer. The poolside grill is one of five on-site dining options including a fine-dining restaurant, tapas lounge with live entertainment, casual restaurant serving all-day breakfast, and a buffet. Some guests have reported that even though the buffet is nonsmoking, smoke from the nearby casino can be detected in the restaurant and even the lobby. The boutique sells Treasure Bay-logo apparel along with other clothing and jewelry. Free Wi-Fi is accessible throughout the hotel. There's also 3,600 square feet of event space including five meeting rooms and a ballroom. Free valet and self parking are available. Room service is available 24 hours. An ATM is on-site, and no pets are allowed in the hotel. 

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1980 Beach Blvd, Biloxi, Mississippi 39531-5214, United States

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