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.