Stopped at this Hotel in Biloxi Mississippi. It was a little off the strip, but really enjoyed it. The Casino area was dated and not very attractive, however, it appeared that the hotel is getting a face lift and the casino seems to be the last on the list. The rooms were beautiful, spacious, and well appointed, other than the older televisions The only problem I experienced was loud slamming of the room doors. The doors are metal with metal frames, if you allow them to slam, the entire room shakes. You multipy that 10 or 20 times when you are trying to sleep and you get the picture. There was extremely limited eating areas. The buffet was good, but probably not worth the 15.99 price tag associated with it. There was only one other restaurant on site that was open, I went in for breakfast which was extremely average, and even though there was only 4 other people in the restaurant, I was waiting just shy of 40 minutes for my meal. I found that I had no trouble walking to the Grand Casino and the Palace Casino from the Isles. All the casinos seem to be quite some distance from each other, however, there is a tram for $1.25 per trip which I thought was kind of cheesy. You go to these casinos to spend money, however, you pay 1.25 to get there. Overal, I liked the Hotel and got a great rate for the 2 days that I was there.
- Also Known As:
- Isle Of Capri Hotel
- Isle Of Capri Resort
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Casino-hotel complex ... more less
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