We stayed here three nights over the weekend. I had reserved a room for Fri-Mon. I realized we wouldn't be arriving in Biloxi until around 6 a.m. Saturday. I called the hotel to let them know not to cancel my reservations. When we arrived and I told the hostess my name, she had a note with all the details of my late arrival and exactly what she needed to do. I had originally reserved a room through Priceline, so I had no idea what kind of room I had until I called the hotel. It was a city view room. I asked the hostess for a gulf view room and she gave me one at no extra charge, and it was even a corner room with an extra window. The check in process was smooth and probably took less than five minutes. Yes, if you use a debit card they will put a hold on it of $50 per day. That's pretty standard for nicer hotels that accept debit cards. The only places I've been that don't do holds on debit cards are Days Inn/ Motel 6/ Super 8 type chains.
The rooms were very clean. They do not feature a fridge or microwave, but do have a coffee pot. The bathroom is nice. They were having hot water issues and it was taking a really long time for the water to get hot, but they put a note under our door on Sunday evening letting us know the water would be unavailable in the late night hours because they're working on the issue. I'm confident that they'll work on the issue until it's fixed.
The gulf view is very nice from the higher floors. Yes, there is a road in front of it, but the view was actually much better than the gulf view room I had at the Beau Rivage last year. A lot of hotels in Biloxi advertise gulf view rooms, but it's somewhat deceiving when you actually get the room and realize you have to go out on a balcony or something and crane your head 90 degrees around a building. In the Four Points, you can lay in bed and see the gulf.
The pool and hot tub are also very nice....they offer a cabinet of towels, the pool never closes, and it's huge.
It was also a short walk to the Beau Rivage from our room. Although, the only way I saw to get across the street was to walk across Beach Boulevard. That's a little treacherous after a few drinks at the Beau.
The hotel is quiet for the most part and it's non-smoking. It's a nice change of pace for people who go to casinos to gamble and don't want to deal with the loud and/or smoking patrons at the end of the night.
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Thanks for describing our gulf views. It is really a wow factor for our guests.
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