Beau Rivage Resort & Casino Hot
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Rooms: 1,740 Price Range: $89-$229
Suites: 95 Price Range: $195-$375
Restaurants: 10 (1 open 24 hours)
Buffets: B- $12.99
L- $15.99/$21.99 (Sat/Sun)
D- $22.99/$25.99 (Thurs)/$29.99 (Fri/Sat)
Casino Size: 75,744 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Three Card Poker, Mini-Baccarat, Pai Gow Poker, Poker, Caribbean Stud Poker, Let it Ride, Mississippi Stud
Overnight RV Parking: Free/RV Dump: No
Special Features: Casino is on a barge. 18-hole golf course. Spa. Beauty salon. 13-store shopping arcade.
Just got back from 2nd visit. What a difference 4 months make. The slots have been tightened almost to Tampa Hard Rock level. The cocktail waitresses are hired for their asses instead of their ability. So disappointed with this trip. Sat at a slot and another persons card was in the machine, she had $2900 in comps, she signed up in Sept.
We dropped over 3 grand and barely received $200, something wrong. We'll try the Nugget next trip, beautiful place and slots looser. As an aside, my son in law asked the front desk where the staircase was and they had no idea?
Enjoy the Beau
We go to the Beau fairly often, even though it's an eleven hour drive. We get comped for room suite, food, and freeplay, so I can't complain about anything. For years I gave my money to Harrahs, but have found MGM takes much better care of us. Our host,. Lysa Tapper, is amazing. Going so often, we do get sick of the food, and despite some reviews to the contrary, the food is at the best-mediocre. Jia is the best of the mediocre. But hey, it's free so we love it! The Beau rewards loyalty, and sometimes when the machines are cold we don't mind so much as everything else is already comped.
Beau Rivage experience
I love this casino. The Beau Rivage has always been my top choice when I visit Biloxi. I especially love the hotel. It's comfortable, has an amazing staff and delicious food. If they got rid of that horrible female Dj they have at the pool they would be better off. I'm hoping thatdirty blonde DJ was just a day thing because my husband and I almost got up and left. The nightclub is fantastic, now those DJs were fantastic. I'm confused as to why they have good talent inside and not so much an ounce of talent outside. The restaurants in the back are to die for. I really enjoy Jia the most.
Beau Rivage visit February 2014
Just returned from a three night trip. Everyone we met was in a down mood indicating they were losing. However, my experience was with proper money management you have a good opportunity to leave with more than you came with or break even. We all have seen someone win a couple of hundred dollars on a $1 machine and feed it right back in and then complain about not winning. I won a Double Diamond Jackpot last December, cashed it out and bought some things I wanted when I got home. On the downside, the Double points don't apply to Video Poker and the pay tables could be better. The Table games need some $5 tables during the morning, that would be nice. The food choices are great, we love the Coast! Roasted Bean is great with free refills. Hotel staff is friendly, overall a very enjoyable visit, we love the Beau Rivage and will return. We stayed for three nights and only left for some things we ran out of and needed a refill.
No More BR
We used to think that the Beau was the best deal anywhere.
We have been to the Beau more than 30 times and all for free from St Pete, FL. A one hour flight, bus service to the hotel where our room key was waiting, it was so easy. We went every month and would get $150.00 in free play, free meals, it was all good. We even used to win on the slots and were experts at finding good machines to keep us playing for 3 days and many, many times went home with more money that we started with.
But last year it all stopped cold! The slots just stopped paying and then we starting spending, $800.00, $1,200.00, $2,000.00 per visits, all with the hope of getting some of it back! Really! We were out of cash after the first day and then had to use the ATM just to keep playing for the rest of our stay.
In the past both my wife and I had won jackpots and many times won over a $1,000.00 but no more! We just could not find any machine to just play for a while without inserting cash. No fun at all. Forget about winning! You are trapped for three day! And we love to play the slots.
Then starting in December 2012 they stopped offering smoking rooms, so December was our last visit. We both smoke and enjoyed doing so in our room! It was great while it lasted and in the end we paid for every free trip we got and all of the food and most likely some new carpeting on a few floors, so we have repaid them for everything!
When it's not fun any longer and we are not welcomed because we smoke, it's time to find another place to donate our money to.
Great place not so great video poker
this is a great casino, it's one of the nicest casinos on the gulf coast if not the nicest as long as you don't care about good gambling because their video poker is sub-par at best.
Although I did not play slots, I noticed that the selection was good and they seemed to have the most up to date games.
Table games were plentiful. Seating was available for all limits. Tables were clean and looked brand new. I was up big after playing for only a couple of hours, so I decided to try a new table game. The dealer was friendly and helpful in explaining how to play.
Even on a Thursday night, the atmosphere was great. It was the perfect combination of classy yet laid back.
Beau Rivage's location on the gulf coast is ideal. I certainly want to go back.
What a gorgeous casino, like another reviewer said, it is the Bellagio of Biloxi. Huge gaming area, lots of table games and limits that everyone can enjoy. Poker room was always full, but never a long wait to sit down, we went on 3 different occasions in late March. Didn't get a chance to eat at any of the restaurants there, but from listening to the locals and other gamblers, we should have!!
Times are Changing!
Expecting the best of the best, until we realized, "Times are Changing!" Went to Beau Rivage, on the ninth of March, for my mother's birthday. In line at the buffet, the first person we meet, is Mariah. Dressed for, casino success, my mother reaches for her ID and Player's Club Card. I asked; It's my mother's 73rd birthday, does she get the birthday comp? I was told;" We don't do that here!" Wooo..
You think you could have phrased that just a wee bit better! (Beau Rivage, will mail special comps, on the promo comp card. I forgot ours at home.) Mariah had no clue! Nothing like having ownership with employees. They can down your day, with sharp clip tones, as this one did. Moving along. The food table host, was nice. Our server was very nice, Asian lady. Unable to catch her name. Outstanding sweets offered with care, featuring many cakes, pastries, jello cones, brownies, cookies, breads. All taking place around noon.
As we entered the carving station, talk about cut down on food cost. Our food tech, served a piece of ham, no bigger than a silver dollar. Waiting for the next slice, she said; Thank You, next. Hum, Salad area had your basic set-up, cold & crisp lettuce. Nothing to jump out at. All items were cold including the famous pizza, I adore. Now this was offered, at the start of lunch. Looks like they took last night's food features and dressed them up just a little. Boiled shrimp was way undercooked, I guess better than overcooked. The place was extra clean, food server along with busser, first class. Sorry, the opening act was so sour. We will return! Stopping at the beautiful ladies room, talking about our experience. This lady engaged in conversation, claiming last night's buffet was terrible, you should have seen that mess. Not sure she will return. Come on Beau, Chop Chop, you can do it! You use to be the best on the coast for lunch @$14.99.~~Cherie Munster, Covington, Louisiana
Great hotel, rooms and food options on the property. We went back in November and didn't win at all. However this time, found great VP at the bar in the center of the casino, 1 Royal Flush and ended up way ahead. Many tables however would $5 Blackjack tables during the day would be nice. Staff is friendly and we have received good coupons for this year. We will be back.
This was our first visit to the Gulf Coast and its casino lineup. We are pretty high level players at Mohegan Sun and the various MGM properties in Las Vegas. I was prepared to be underwhelmed by the Beau, based in part on the reviews I'd found online. What a pleasant surprise I had on our visit in mid October to Beau Rivage. The property itself is not large when compared to the others that we frequent,smaller was not an issue, had everything one could want. The staff was uniformly pleasant and professional, they really seemed to give a darn. I'm a slot player and found the machines here to be quite fair, as noted by another poster, you could play for a long time for your money. We had a Gulf facing room which was very nice and kept immaculate by the staff. The pool area overlooks the Gulf and is very nice. We ate at the lobby Cafe several times for different meals and had almost no food complaints, certainly no service issues, very professional. We ate at the barbecue restaurant twice, both times very good, had the 24 oz. Delmonico on the second visit,one of the best steaks I've had out. Everything was comped for us (room,food,beverage,even spa and massage), so I have to agree with another poster that the comps do seem generous. We are very fussy travelers, used to (and being prepared to pay for) top shelf travel, this place did not disappoint on any level. My only suggestion would be to have more of the restaurants open on a daily basis, they close on a rotating system and this reduces your choices.
I don't like the place
Our last visit in recent months was our last visit for life. Nobody wins, and I mean Nobody! Making small talk on the elevators from hell, Nobody wins! I talk with the locals while at other casinos, and they wont step foot in the joint! After returning home they sent me less free play for my final donation, which was the worst visit ever!
I have to agree that this is a top rate casino I would say the best in mississippi if not the best east of the Mississippi river. The only bad thing I can say is the buffet, if you sit on the casino side the slots are so loud it is hard to hold a conservation.
We had a great first time...suite was very nice and comped...food and staff were great !! Played the heck out of the slots for three nites...lost a little this time....And of course we had a limo back to the airport.......we will be back soon !!!!
Bellagio of the Southeast
Biloxi has become my alternative to Vegas when I can't find affordable flights. The Beau has become one of my FAVORITE casinos. Their hotel is beautiful- very similar to Bellagio. Their casino floor is... well, about a 1/2 size replica of Bellagio's casino. The atmosphere is great, the staff is pretty friendly, and I love their buffet. Their slots are actually decent with payback- I have won some pretty nice amounts there. More importantly, even if I lose, it's after playing for a VERY long time- you can make your money go very far on their slots. The only thing I noticed that was lacking was video poker- 7/5 paytables primarily, which is very low compared to most other casinos.
The players club seems to be more generous at the Beau than at other MGM properties in Vegas. I have had 3 free flights, a dozen or so free nights in their hotel, and many of my meals comped. I have been to Beau many times, and every time I go to Biloxi I keep saying I want to get out and try the other casinos for a change of scenery/atmosphere.... until I actually sit down and start playing in their casino, visiting their buffet, shopping, hanging out at the pool, etc. You'll never want to leave the property, and honestly you don't need to. It's the best hotel/resort around, and I plan to go back again very soon!
Great place to visit. I have been to the BR three times and have been very happy with the staff and amenities. The only down side is I have never won anything on slots. Servers seem to come around as long as you are tipping good or at the tables.
Food is good, I usually hit the Memphis Q each time, really nice atmosphere for a casual dinning area. I journey over to the Hard Rock same issue with slots, I assume that is the nature of the beast. The buffet is really good, a little pricey if you're paying for it.
The rooms are good enough, I am not real picky on rooms. The pool is awesome and they have little flags to let the pool servers know you're thirsty. The tables are really fun, you have to get out of there before the drunks take over 11pm.
I love this place. They treat you very special and a fair place. It reminds me of Bellagio in Vegas - has the same look and feel.
It's a little pricyy, but you get what you pay for. The pool area is great. There is nothing bad to say about the hotel/casino.