Harrah's Gulf Coast
Why We Love This Hotel
- Guest rooms underwent extensive renovation that concluded in 2016
- Houses a 24-hour casino with hundreds of slot machines
- Hot outdoor scene with seasonal poolside cabanas and a 10-acre concert venue
- Upscale eats available from one of Food & Wine Magazine's Best New Chefs, Kelly English
Located on the Gulf of Mexico in Biloxi, a five-minute drive from the beach and the Biloxi lighthouse, Harrah’s Gulf Coast provides newly renovated accommodations and endless entertainment for its visitors.
Harrah’s guest rooms underwent a refresh in 2016 and are now outfitted in rich purple and sleek neutral tones. The rooms offer pillowtop mattresses, personal refrigerators and mounted 49-inch flat-screen high-definition televisions. Pet-friendly rooms are available on the second floor for those traveling with dogs. Contact the hotel directly for pet rates and information.
On-site entertainment can be found in every corner of the hotel. A 24-hour casino has nearly 800 slot machines and 35 table games. The Bellissimo Spa and Salon offers a wide variety of services in its 16,000-square-foot space. Harrah’s outdoor heated pool and hot tub are open every day of the year. Be sure to reserve a cabana (for a fee) to keep cool in the Mississippi heat -- cabanas come equipped with small fans. Great Lawn is the hotel's 10-acre waterfront event venue that has hosted big-name acts like Darius Rucker and Kenny Rogers.
The hotel offers six dining and quick-bite options, including the upscale Magnolia House by Chef Kelly English, one of Food & Wine Magazine’s Best New Chefs of 2009. Within a five-minute drive from the hotel, guests can find the Vieux Marche Mall, the Biloxi beach and the Biloxi Lighthouse, erected in 1848.
A resort fee of $14.99 per night, plus tax, is applicable. The fee covers basic in-room internet service for two devices and fitness-center access. Valet and self-parking are complimentary.