Golden Nugget Biloxi Hot
Toll-Free Number: (800) 777-7568
Rooms: 541 Price Range: $99-$219
Suites: 200 Price Range: $119-$279
Restaurants: 4 (1 open 24 hours)
Buffets: B- $9.99
L- $17.99/$22.99 (Sun)
D- $19.99/$27.99 (Thu-Sun)
Casino Size: 54,728 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Three-Card Poker, Poker, Mississippi Stud, Mini Baccarat,
Overnight RV Parking: No
Senior Discount: Various Sun/Mon/Thu if 50+
Special Features: Land-based casino. Spa.Beauty salon. Golf packages offered. Food court with several fast food outlets
Don't care about costumers
The casino is ok but be careful with the people work here. They stole my sunglasses & security department did NOTHING!! They don't care for their guest
Gold Rush Entertainment On Biloxi Beach!
"Gold Rush Entertainment On Biloxi Beach" is now offered, thanks to the Golden Nugget Biloxi. Prime location with brand new casino. Many new high tec slot machines along with throw back slots. Table games offered with multi talented dealers. Pure 50 + Gold Seniors Bonus Club offers ongoing Free Slot Tournments, Free Swipe & Win Kiosk Game, Free Breakfast or 1/2 off Lunch Buffet with 50 earned points or table game equivalent at times. Stop by and check out the Player's Club. Casino Host are on the floor, well rounded security, wide open space with first class decoration. Staff is very happy to see you. You can dance and enjoy live music free in the Rush Lounge. David Drake, Entertainment director, fills the stage with a cast of talented solo or band artist, you can enjoy around 8 to midnight. Live DJ hits Rush Lounge with high energy sounds. Happy Hour Sunday - Thursday 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM. Ladies Night Wednesday 10:00 PM - 1:00 PM. 20% Off Military Discount Everyday for cash or credit purchase of Buffet with Player's club member card and valid Military photo ID. New Members signing up at 24KARAT CLUB, will recieve $10 in Free Play automatically on day of sign up, along with other special rewards as you earn points on day of sign up. Morton's The Steakhouse and Lillie's (Noodles Asian Cusine Sushi) are located on casino property. Located on the beach with marina. Relaxing well rounded with so much to do..~Cherie Munster, Covington, Louisiana
Room was nice. Clean and decent view.
Food was from bad to excellent. The meal I had in the cafe, chicken parmesan was burnt, the pasta side car out of a can and the garlic bread was cold. Service was slow.
The buffet was acceptable.
Farraday's was excellent. Highly recommended.
Gaming was enjoyable. Dealers and pit were friendly and helpful.
Don't know what will change when Golden Nugget takes over this month or next.
Not like the Isle in Florida
Went to the Isle in Biloxi for lunch and to play a little. The buffet was incredible, and very reasonable. But the table games were very limited, and only 1 table in the poker room at 6PM. Smoky in the slot area as well. Would come back for the food, but not to play.
Isle Biloxi Casino Ratings
We have been faithful Isle customers for a long time. On a recent visit, this past week actually, we noticed that the Isle is getting dated and the hotel rooms need renovating. Their slot machines are not recent vintage and they don't seem interested in getting newer slot games. Not too many newer than a year ago. The perfect example of keeping up with the industry are the Beau Rivage and the newly renovated Palace Casino, also in Biloxi.
Excellent place overall! 4 deck blackjack shoes where the dealer doesn't hit soft 17, and the player can re-split aces! 9/6 jacks or better, generous food comps, and the room was very nice.
They also have a 3:2 payout single deck game!
This place was a pleasant surprise in this day and age of casinos offering horrible rip off games to the public.
Good Poker Room
I stayed at this hotel/casino about a month ago. I had been here a couple of times pre-Katrina and liked it but this time was the best of all.
The place was crowded but not offensively so. The food in all the restaurants was terrific and the prices were very reasonable.
I had an upper-level room that overlooked a peaceful body of water. I played cards in the poker room and found the players friendly and not out for blood. I also played in a couple of tournaments where the entry fee was $45.00 which was not bad at all for the amount of time I played.
I got to the final table both times and made back my entry fees. All-in-all, I highly recommend this gem of a hotel/casino.
Isle of Capri, Biloxi, MS
Post-Katrina, the Isle of Capri is a pleasant surprise. Before The Storm, the Isle had downgraded previously decent 9/6 Jacks or Better games and kept only the quarter games. It had also knocked down its cashback for video poker from around .35 percent (depending on the machine) to around .25 percent.
Since the re-opening in December of 2005, the Isle has increased its 9/6 JoB games, installing quarter and dollar Game Kings and Triple Play/Five Play for quarter, 50-cent and dollar games.
The Isle has maintained its .25 percent CB for VP.
But the Isle doesn?t have a blackjack game to brag about. It still has way too many 8-deck tables, no resplitting of aces, and the evil 6-to-5 single-deck game.
But the Isle does have a nice poker room. It's small but friendly with decent promotions and tournaments.