Went to Biloxi for my boys to play golf and for me to get some sun. The lodging near rhe beach is pretty limited unless you stay at one of the casinos. We chose Treasure Bay because they have an awesome seafood Buffett and nice pool. The staff was rude and stopped us every time and wanted ID from my boys, even though I was standing right there with them. My boys were told to leave the gift shop when they were shopping for souvenirs, because they were "underage"... I didn't realize you had to be 21 to buy souvenirs. They were at my vehicle getting stuff ready to go fishing and security told them to get off the property. Luckily, they had their room key card, but he made them stop what they were doing, escorted them to our room, and I had to go with them to my truck so they could get their fishing supplies!! My boys are 16 and 18. I thought this was a little ridiculous.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A Biloxi landmark, the nine-story hotel tower faces the beautiful Gulf of Mexico. Recently renovated, the tower has 202 guest rooms, including eight Suites and eight Lofts. Rooms feature double or king-sized accommodations with plush fabrics, pillow-top bedding and imported furnishings all in keeping with the color scheme of the property. Additional amenities include private balconies, high definition televisions, Jacuzzi tubs, and walk-in showers. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Treasure Bay Hotel Biloxi
- Treasure Bay Biloxi
- Biloxi Treasure Bay Hotel