Just stayed here on a day when most normal pricings of "casinos" were supposedly all booked out- for a Wed (Feb 20th). So, instead of over-paying $300 plus, we opted for this unit which is literally across the street to "The" Beau Rivage (which of course is also beside "The" Hard Rock). So for under a hundred dollars we had a normal room as most 'Pluses' are, BUT, with interior entrance, a room safe, small refrg/micro, and with even an openable balcony. Yes, it is, only a BW but having only 2 floors it even had an elevator, (and of course the now industrywide 'standard' breakfast fare). But, for a town/tourist attraction area (with Biloxi trying to be a 'Casino' draw point) that compares far below many other standards (Reno, Vegas, AC, and so on) and this area's propensity to be way overcharging- this unit was an excellant choice. Easy to simply walk across the street to 2 of the 3 big names, and a 9 minute drive to 3 more 'Casino' Hotels, let alone only 3 doors away from the highly overanked Hilton (which is NOT an easy walk, requires one to drive, and lacks amenities above). Yes, this is one of the few bldgs that does still offer smoking rooms, even as such, our room, bed, and bath were clean, competively furnished with BW's basic type furniture, and with newer recent carpeting. All in all was a better than many of the BWs across the country, but not better than many of this chain's other "Plus" units.
Also, if NOT traveling to 'Casinos' and your planning is for a 'beachtrip' then, bear in mind that the "Gulf" and these "Beaches" in this area are NOT of Floridian or southeast Alabama quality in water or sand, and almost none of the Hotels/motels (Biloxi-Gulfport) are "beachfront", anyway.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Late nights of flirting with Lady Luck and afternoons of sun worshipping on warm beaches might not be the first thing you imagine when you hear "Biloxi hotel." However, that's just what guests get in this unbeatable location. Both casinos and beaches are in the neighborhood, so you never have to choose between testing your luck and working on your tan. Whether your passion is gambling, charter fishing, or both, you have it all at your fingertips when selecting this comfortable Biloxi hotel. When nearby casinos and beaches offer endless recreation and play, you'll never want to leave. Many guests at this Biloxi hotel are here for Cruisin' the Coast or the Peter Anderson Art Festival. Maybe you want to indulge your palate at the Seafood Festival, or you are in town to check out Smokin' the Sound. There are endless events happening near this Biloxi hotel that are fun for everyone in the family. This doesn't mean that sometimes a little business isn't required. Employees of URS, Ingalls Shipbuilding, and Jeld Wen are just a few of the guests that return year after year. Just because you're in town for business, doesn't mean you don't deserve plenty of pampering and down time to explore the area. Our Biloxi hotel is famous for the delicious, complimentary breakfast buffet that is dished up daily. Start your morning right with waffles. Satisfy your sweet tooth with flaky pastries and fresh fruits, hot and cold cereals complemented with yogurt are divine. Of course, no breakfast is complete without gourmet 100% Arabica coffee and chilled juices. The impeccable service and quality of our Biloxi hotel is what puts us ahead of the rest. Never overpay for luxury digs and a prime location. You've found your home away from home here. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Best Western Plus Oak Manor Hotel Biloxi
- Best Western Biloxi
- Biloxi Best Western