We've stayed at this property a number of times over the last few years following renovations after Hurricane Katrina. This review is based on a single night stay on 12/26.
Treasure Bay is one of the smaller casino hotels in Biloxi and is a bit west on Rt 90 from most of the other casinos in the area and tends to be less crowded. Along with slot and table gaming, it has a buffet and 2 restaurants..
Tastefully renovated after Hurricane Katrina, they are of good size and very comfortable. Most rooms facing the Gulf side have wonderful views. The showers are a bit unique in that they are open in the back and you simply "walk-in". The tile used can be slippery when wet and no rubber mat is provided. A disappointment in this stay was that there was no in-room coffee.
Nothing really special with the buffet on the 2nd floor- food quality and variety was average. "The Den" is a standard sit-down restaurant on the 1st floor offering a variety of foods covering breakfast, lunch and dinner. "CQ" is billed as a fine dining, located on the 9th floor and does offer some excellent fare and the view of the gulf from the tables is excellent. It used to be a favorite of ours, but we have been a bit disappointed with the level of service with the last few stays.
Slots are plentiful along with a variety of table games. Being a smaller operation, lower minimum bet games can be found during prime time. The $2 "Mississippi Stud" tables are very popular.
This is the area we found Treasure Bay to be a bit lacking in pretty much all areas. With the casino, we've had a pit boss check the tint on our prescription eye-glasses (I kid you not), rude dealers and infrequent waitress service for drinks. While dining at CQ, our main course was brought to the table while we were still in the middle of our salads. At hotel checkout, the desk clerk never asked how our stay was - in fact the whole interaction consisted of handing us a copy of the bill while she was on the phone with someone else.
Not a bad place to stay, but nothing special. With the other offerings in town, you can do better. Treasure Bay is missing the mark in not making a little effort to stand out against the bigger operations in town.
- 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