$147 - $187 per night 3 night min stay
$105 - $120 per night 2-3 night min stay
$180 - $350 per night 3-6 night min stay
$155 - $309 per night 3-6 night min stay
$125 - $175 per night 2-3 night min stay
$150 - $320 per night 3-6 night min stay
$172 - $284 per night 3 night min stay
$125/ night us dollors
Biloxi Travel Tips
Mississippi’s Gulf Coast for Fun in the Sand and Sun
When you rent Biloxi vacation rentals, you can experience all that the Gulf Coast of Mississippi has to offer. Biloxi, Mississippi is the largest port city on the coast with casinos, fishing, golfing, and other attractions. With the vacation rentals, you can spend your entire vacation on the beach with the sand and surf rolling in daily. If you tire of the beach, you might head back to your Biloxi condos for a siesta or even homemade lunch. The rentals provide you with every amenity you would need away from home. You might even feel you want to return each year, if for nothing else except the luxury the rentals provide. Hotels can be impersonal, busy, and luxurious, whereas the rentals are always going to offer you that privacy and personal touch.
The Best Attraction in Biloxi Resorts
Learning history can be a fun pastime on vacation but when you visit Biloxi resorts, the main focus is on the casinos. Biloxi offers 11 different casinos for adults to choose from. Whether you are hungry or looking for entertainment, the casinos have it all. Like Las Vegas, Biloxi’s casinos provide 24 hours of non-stop fun each and every day. Many of the Las Vegas casinos have even branched out into Mississippi, offering you worldwide favorites all along the beach. The casinos are not the only places to dine, though they do sport upscale restaurants.
Mississippi Dining Outside Biloxi Casinos
Often, the best way to enjoy a meal is not to head towards those expensive restaurants everyone knows about. These restaurants offer a good meal but for much less you can find little known spots with even better fare. Start by asking shop clerks, the Biloxi vacation rentals owner, and other locals you come into contact with. Ask them honestly for their favorite local spots. Chances are they will send you in the right direction, where the cuisine is cost-effective for any budget and top-notch. Cuisine in Biloxi will consist of fresh seafood, fish, steak, and typical American dishes. You can also expect international cuisine and some Louisiana favorites around the city.
Experience Biloxi with Their Local Activities
On the Gulf Coast, the only trouble you will have with any activity is deciding what you should do first. There is so much to do both on and off the water, it is hard to know where to begin. Besides dining and casinos, you have sailing, swimming, surfing, diving, car shows, museums, and plenty of art. If you have children in your family gathering, head towards the Children’s Museum in downtown. It is among the top 50 museums in America. Natural and historical museums are also on the docket.
Mississippi vacations are considered a sub-tropical locale, meaning that outdoor activities much of the year are attainable. Golfing is one option you have year-round, with plenty of championship golf courses. You only have to decide which of the 20 courses in the area you will visit. Some of the courses are part of hotels but there are plenty that will make your golfing dream come true.
Featured Events by Biloxi Condos
Throughout the year, you have an opportunity to explore Biloxi and take part in local festivals. The Biloxi Shrimping Trip allows you to be part of the Mardi Gras Parade Ride, though space is limited. The festival is over four weeks in length ending on Fat Tuesday. There is also the Carnival on the Coast Mardi Gras adventure. Besides Mardi Gras in Mississippi, you have the Winter Classics Horseshow, Mo-Joe Festival, and the 4th Annual Biloxi Blues Festival.
Damage From Hurricane Katrina
Hurricane Katrina made land fall in 2005, damaging Louisiana and Mississippi. Even though New Orleans received a great deal of damage, Biloxi was not far behind. Many of the museums, casinos, Biloxi resorts, and restaurants were damaged due to water, high winds, and other effects of the hurricane. Some damage has been so destructive that closures are still possible. For example, the J.L. Scott Marine Education Center and Aquarium had to move to the GCRL campus in Ocean Springs. However, it is set to reopen in Biloxi sometime in 2010.