Toll-Free Number: (800) 946-2946
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Rooms: 500 Price Range: $99-$229
Suites: 40 Price Range: $239-$509
Restaurants: 8 (1 open 24 hours)
Buffets: B/L- $10.99
D- $14.99/$16.99 (Friday/Saturday)
Casino Size: 31,275 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Three-Card Poker, Mini-Baccarat, Pai Gow Poker, Let it Ride, Flop Poker, Mississippi Stud
Overnight RV Parking: Free/RV Dump: No
Special Features: Land-based casino. 18-hole golf course. Spa. Beauty salon. Starbucks.
Harrah's Gulf CoastHot
Toll-Free Number: (800) 946-2946
Mediocre at best
ANOTHER GREAT TRIP
My wife and I just returned from another 6 day trip to the Gulf..And Harrah's treated us just fine..All the employees are friendly and greet you every time they see you..Slots were quite tight but we enjoyed playing anyway.Food at Mix and Mingle was fabulous as well as the "hurricanes".Also ate at Steak and Shake and that was good also.Room was clean and great bed and pillows! We were comped and the trip was wonderful.There is so much to do down on the Gulf!Get down there if you can.
Well Rounded Coastal Entertainment~
Located next to Harrah's Gulf Coast, Casino Players Club, sits Steak N Shake. Retro, Throw Back, Hand Dipped Shakes, with half price off, on shakes... Monday-Friday 2pm-4pm & 2am - 4am. Open 24/7. Menu features classic~ Steak Burgers! Melts and Shooters. Breakfast is served, from 6am-11am daily. Hot cakes, eggs to order, skillet favorites. Children are welcome, with adult present, at all times. Kids Menu ~ Chicken fingers, hot dogs, mac n cheese. Great place, to meet up with friends and family members. To go orders. Room service, will be added soon, for the late night guest from SNS... Venue also has room service. Heated Pool, over looking the fabulous beach view. Casino has special and promo events. Make sure you get your players card. Hotel rooms are large. Parking is covered and they offer Valet Service. They care and want you, to enjoy your visit. Buffet, coffee shop with sweet items. Magnolia House, is the place to go, for high dinning, at this property. Safe, with full security. Easy to get a taxi or hopper to visit, other casino locations. Wheel chairs and folks with walkers, have plenty of space with wide ramps. ~Cherie Munster, Covington, Louisiana~
My wife and I went down to the Gulf Coast for something a little different this year.Usually it's Vegas but we wanted a change, WOW!! Beautiful area and fantastic people! We were comped 5 nights at Harrahs and loved every minute of it.Friendly people and fantastic beach just a 3 minute walk away.There was an annual classic car show going on and still..it was not crowded..I must say this: We NEVER waited in line for ANYTHING!! One of my big turnoffs lately about Vegas is the long waits just to eat a meal.Not here..Can't say enough how clean everything was and how friendly the people were..Surrounding casinos were the same..clean and welcoming...We are for sure going back..Vegas can wait....Oh..Note: I would say the average age down here in October is around 45..No twenty somethings getting out of hand and being obnoxious..If I want that, I will go to vegas!
Grand Casino Biloxi MS
Love the Grand and would stay there anytime on the way to Florida. The buffet was great and slots were good, too. Personnel were super in their friendliness and attention to customer service. Very nice rooms.
Pleasant base for Biloxi
Our gambling is rather minimal in Biloxi but we must satisfy the requirements at the Grand. They send us a mailer with free rooms and free play every month. The rooms are satisfactory. There are reasonable table games. Video poker selection is lacking but they have a few "fun" games.
Grand Biloxi This Place is terrible
Harrah's should be ashamed of this place. We are Harrah's Diamond members and normally love their properties. Not this place. The front desk staff was incompetent to say the least. Totally screwed up our reservations and when we said we would just move to another Hotel they could have cared less. We were treated so badly that we actually went to another property where we had no history and paid full off the rack room rates. It has been ten years sine we have had to pay for a room at a casino.
After the misery at check in I came back the next day to try the casino and keep my Harrah's points going. The dealers were friendly and seemed to care. the casino is very small with limited number of Table games and limited slots also. Not impressed at all. Harrah's should tear this place down and start over or at lest train them how to treat their customers.
The rooms (we were in there for 20 minutes) while they tried to fix our reservation since they sent us to non connecting rooms even thought the desk clerk said yes they connect when we checked in and had all our luggage brought up. To say the least are old and musty smelling. not even a desk or work area to set u a lap top.
Stay away from this place. We found there are many better places in Biloxi to go. Stay here as a last resort.
LOVE THE GRAND......EVERYONE BENDS OVER BACKWARDS TO MAKE YOU WELCOME
What?? This is wonderful casino
I dont' know what the others are upset about. This is one of my favorite places to visit and stay...before and after Katrina! The people are wonderful and appreciative; even after everything they have been through. People...this town was GONE!!!!
Biloxi has come back as graceful as the Phoenix....WITHOUT much government support (as opposed to New Orleans). So, the "sour-pusses" can groan all they want. These people have and will continue to have my upmost respect.
Not the same!
While I know Katrina was a terrible setback for this casino, they are not stepping up like the others in the area.
The greeting by the security people is warm and friendly, but everything else there is not. It is difficult to enjoy this casino in its present state. They have "come ons" to swipe your card for giveaways, but never give anything worth while. Sometimes nothing at all!
The staff working the buffet were actually bickering in front of the public on who was going to do what in the changeover from breakfast to lunch. The patrons don't care to hear this--take it in the back room. In fact, it would seem to be the same procedure each day. Why reinvent the wheel? Sounds like poor management that each staff member doesn't know what is expected of them and teamwork is not stressed.
While the buyout of Harrah's probably is affecting their growth, they should at least tear down the Casino Magic property that they couldn't wait to buy. It now sits as an eyesore on a beautiful gulf coastline.
Now we hear they are laying off employees and complaining about the Biloxi bridge that is being rebuilt as being the reason. The Palace is filled to capacity most of the time. Perhaps The Grand should look at their marketing prgram and provide something worthwhile for their patrons once they get them there.
This place is a mess, They have taken what was the parking garage and turned it into a casino. So the feeling is that you are now playing in a garage.
This was my favorite casino on the Gulf. It is now my last choice. Also, no live poker. I spent about 30 min. walking thru and will not be back till they turn it into a casino
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