My husband and I spent five days here on our way from FL. to MI. I would consider this to be condos and not timeshares. Some people live here and there are mailboxes in the lobby. The building is across the street from the beach. The street is a divided highway and is busy so if you're going to cross it be careful. The units on the front of the building have a nice view of the beach and water. We were on the side of the building and could see a slight piece of the sand and water but it was pretty much blocked by trees and we looked right at the back of two homes which were sloppy. Not a fun view. We could see the pool from the bedrooms. The unit is a three bedroom, two bathroom condo with a lot of room. It's large enough to live in year round.
The unit is in need of updating and in depth cleaning. The carpeting is dirty and the ceramic tile grout should be cleaned. Towels are worn and the coffee pot needs to be thoroughly cleaned. The tracks for the sliding glass doors were disgusting. For those of you who have traveled to several timeshares, this one does not give you beach towels, shampoo, conditioner, hair dryer, first morning's coffee or Kleenex. The kitchen is fully stocked with dishes, utensils and pots and pans and has a nice pantry for food.
It's a short walk to the visitor's center where there's a small museum and gift shop with the history of Biloxi including what happened when Katrina went through. There are restaurant's within a short drive or a loner walk if that's what you like to do. I recommend The Fillin' Station, a local place close by.
The two gals that checked us in were awesome. One was Carrie and the other was on her first day. They were so friendly and helpful, it made us feel very welcome.