The Best Hotels in Biloxi, Mississippi
Relax poolside at the Golden Nugget Biloxi, Mississippi | Courtesy of Golden Nugget Biloxi / Booking.com
Few places on the Gulf Coast feel as lucky as Biloxi. Sure, it’s got its share of glitzy casinos, but this waterfront city has so much more outside of the sportsbook. Beautiful beaches, serene preserves and a mix of great Gulf food, influenced by neighbors like Alabama and Louisiana, who know a thing or two about coastal cooking. You’ll certainly find the cure to the Biloxi Blues at one of the best hotels in the city – bookable with Culture Trip.
Harrah's Gulf Coast
4/5 (1695 Reviews)
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Now from $114 per night
It’s not hard to have a good time at Harrah’s Gulf Coast – that is, if you can pull yourself away from the California king, oversized shower and jacuzzi in the Parlor Suite. If you do, you’ll be rewarded with a dreamy pool deck overlooking the Gulf and full-floor slots and table games. Indulge in a bacon bread pudding at Magnolia House by Kelly English, and head right back up to the jacuzzi in your room before it cools down.
4.4/5 (1814 Reviews)
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Now from $101 per night
Prefer to putt for dough than bet it all on the ponies? Beau Rivage may have a casino, but this resort has got more than gambling on the schedule. Play the 18-hole Fallen Oak championship course, but, maybe, hit the Topgolf Swing Suite first to make sure your drive is solid. Rest those sore shoulders with an athlete’s massage at the spa, then get even looser with drinks and dinner at the ultra-hip Eight75.
Treasure Bay Casino and Hotel – Adults Only
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Leave the kids at home when you stay at the adults-only Treasure Bay Casino and Hotel. Put your walking-around money to good use at the craps and roulette tables, then shuffle up your luck with a few hands of Mississippi stud. The Hospitality State may not let you win at poker every time, but Treasure Bay will double down on your stay with live music at the pool bar and an all-you-can-eat dinner with crab at the Infinity Buffet.
Golden Nugget Biloxi
4/5 (2360 Reviews)
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Now from $92 per night
You need more than a pair of flip-flops when you stay at the bayfront Golden Nugget. Pack a pair of comfortable dancing shoes, and spend all night unwinding in the party pit at the Rush Lounge. Go ahead, and sleep until noon in your luxury queen suite, then hit up the H20 Bar & Grill for some much-needed rehydration. A little hair of the dog and another nap in a shady cabana should do the trick.
The Hotel Legends
4.8/5 (107 Reviews)
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Now from $130 per night
A contemporary stay with classic hospitality makes the Hotel Legends, well, legendary in Biloxi. Glimpses of the Golden Age await at the Sapphire Supper Club, with Wednesday night piano sessions and weekend performances that resurrect the crooners of the past like Ol’ Blue Eyes, Dino and Mister Show Business. After a few thumbs of whiskey and a juicy steak, head back to your swanky suite with wall-to-wall windows granting views of the Gulf and downtown.
Palace Casino Resort
Resort, Casino Hotel
4.5/5 (2462 Reviews)
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Now from $72 per night
The only smoke-free casino in Biloxi, Palace Casino Resort is a breath of fresh air inside and out. Don’t worry, you’ll still find plenty of smoke coming off of the wagyu tataki and kurobuta pork chop headed to your table at Mignon’s Steak & Seafood. Hopefully, you can generate a little heat at the craps table with a hot streak. Better go hop in the pool before your luck starts to cool.
IP Casino Resort Spa
Resort, Casino Hotel, Spa Hotel
4.1/5 (2629 Reviews)
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Now from $58 per night
IP brings the wild thrills of Sin City to the south of Mississippi. Their Vegas-style ultra lounge has 70,000sqft (6,503sqm) of space for you to stumble upon that lucky slot machine. Prefer to get your thrills without the high stakes? Pinball, skeeball and Ms Pac-Man are waiting in the arcade, a perfect place to kill time before heading to the Sportsbar by FanDuel to catch the game of the week.
4.2/5 (2810 Reviews)
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Now from $114 per night
You already know that it’s always five o’clock at Margaritaville Resort, but you might be keen to discover that this Gulf Coast paradise has a 450ft (137m) lazy river and tons of waterslides at their rooftop waterpark. When the rain comes, take the kids and the fun inside at the sprawling Escape Family Entertainment Center. Arcade games and ice cream are on deck – a dynamic duo that’ll please even the young at heart.
These recommendations were updated on August 18, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.