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Tried to hit all of the casinos in one night. Hard Rock was easily my favorite. It was not smoky inside and had good table minimums on the weekend. There is a casino hopper bus that does a loop to get you around to other...More
My husband and I spent our anniversary weekend at the Hard Rock. It has always been one of our favorite places, until now. We tried to get the suite we always got on special occasions, only to be told that our information had to go...More
Went to visit the Hard Rock while staying in Biloxi. Very impressed with all the memorabilia they have of all the Rock Stars.
Had lunch at the Buffett. It was Very good.
Would recommend stopping by there if in town. We have never stayed there,...More
While many Casinos are still allowing smoking throughout this location was so bad we had a hard time walking anywhere without feeling like we were inhaling a pack of cigarettes.
Wanted to play cards but ended up leaving after only an hour.
Decided a Smoke...More
We were looking forward to our stay at the Hard Rock last night, but when we walked in to check in we were overwhelmed by smokers! The ventilation is very poor- this is a poor welcome for a hotel. We have stayed in many casinos...More
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Hi, I've only gambled at this location BUT I'll say that online they mention two towers: (1) Platinum Tower, which offers a "wet bar" in each room except for the double queen room, or at least it's not noted online if there... More
Hi, I've only gambled at this location BUT I'll say that online they mention two towers: (1) Platinum Tower, which offers a "wet bar" in each room except for the double queen room, or at least it's not noted online if there is one, and (2) Royal Tower, which offers a "party bar" in each room. Previous answers to this question elsewhere include the following answers: They have mini fridges at the front desk, but there is a charge ($15 a night in 2016), and the mini bars are obviously in mini fridges, but they have weight sensitive shelves, which means if you move something to accommodate say, a bottle of water, even if you don't drink it or eat it, the moved item shows up on your tab! Hope this was helpful!