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Tired of roadside motels with green swimming pools and none-too-appetizing breakfasts? Leave those problems in the rear-view mirror when you visit Biloxi, Mississippi. World-renowned casinos, fresh seafood caught yards from your suite, and emerald waters await in this bustling beachside city. From all-inclusive resorts to chilled beach bungalows, these are the best beach hotels around Biloxi, Mississippi – all bookable on Culture Trip.
No need to visit the tip of Florida for a wild night on South Beach. Instead, hit this namesake hotel (the only hotel on on Biloxi’s Gulf Coast beach), which is dangerously close to Casino Row. When you’re not laying down cards or cruising the slots, enjoy views over the coast. The only question is whether the best vistas come from the oceanfront pool or your suite’s private balcony. We’ll let you decide.
Give your pup a weekend as delightful as a long belly rub at the pet-friendly Hyatt Place Biloxi. Each suite has a Cozy Corner with a sofa-sleeper in which your dog will love to curl up. Snag a few sausages or other snacks from the breakfast bar and head out for a lovely morning walk. Cross Beach Boulevard for a stroll along the shore or paw across the nature trail at Lighthouse Park.
Warm sun on your shoulders, ocean breeze in your hair and the sound of your sandals flip-flopping along the Gulf Coast sands – if that sounds like your perfect beach getaway, then Front Beach Cottages was designed for you. These former fishing shacks a short walk from the shoreline have been transformed into quaint B&B-like rentals with kayaks and bicycles to hire. Pack a picnic for nearby Fort Maurepas City Park and Nature Preserve for a shot of greenery.
Just a 6mi (10km) cab ride from the Gulfport-Biloxi International is The Almanett Hotel. Their bar and bistro will lure you out of your suite with the aroma of pan-seared catfish and blackened chicken breast. Though The Almanett may be a couple of clicks west, in Gulfport, you won’t suffer Biloxi blues. Simply hop in a cab on Beach Boulevard and you’ll hit Casino Row in less than 30 minutes.
The beaming white-sand beaches of the Gulf Coast are like a spa for your soul; pamper yourself even more at this luxurious hotel. High ceilings and large windows make your dove-grey king suite feel even larger than it is, while the wine bar has 45 bottles from which to choose; accompany your drinks with as many small plates (think smoked salmon toast, shrimp cocktail ceviche and charcuterie) as you like. A cocktail at the swim-up bar makes an ideal pit stop along the 950ft (290m) lazy river ride.
Long for a regal treatment without spending a fortune? Royal Holiday Beach Resort trades cramped rooms for spacious suites featuring fully equipped kitchens, dedicated living rooms and a private patio. Did we mention it’s also located on the same property as Treasure Bay Casino & Resort, giving you access to all the amenities found there?
This charming, colonial-feeling hotel invites you to inhale the fresh Gulf breeze and exhale your real-world worries. The décor? Easy elegance. The vibe? Quiet comfort. The amenities? Luxurious without pretense. Whether you plan on spending all day on the shore, in the pool or idling around the boutique shops of Long Beach, you’re free to do as you please until you’re ready to check back into reality.
Hit the jackpot on a Gulf Shores vacation without gambling a dime at Beau Rivage Resort & Casino. Their innovative Stay Well rooms with air purification and aromatherapy systems ensure the dreadful musty-motel experience is never on the cards. Putt for dough on the par-72 Fallen Oak championship course, or practice your drive on a rainy day at the Topgolf Swing Suite. Sink a hole-in-one though, and you’ll have to give the slots at least one fateful pull, just in case…