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Beau Rivage Resort & Casino

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875 Beach Blvd, Biloxi, MS 39530

(228) 386-7111

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This Gulf Coast casino resort offers the whole package: accommodations, dining, gaming, shopping, charter boat fishing, access to 19 championship golf courses and big-name acts for nighttime entertainment.
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Phone: (228) 386-7444

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East Biloxi, Downtown Biloxi

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Darrin C.



This is a really good casino lots of fun lots of free food lots of cops lots of good looking women that doesn't smell real bad and the smoke



Wouldn't trust it...

I wait tables at a restaurant in Biloxi and a woman named Amanda (long dark hair, tall, overweight, bad teeth) who works at the Beau was at one of my tables the other day. She was embarrassingly intoxicated and ranting to whoever would listen about how corrupt the employees are at the Beau and how she gets away with so much there. It was disgusting and her behavior alone was enough to make me never want to go there or recommend it to my friends. If she represents the Beau, I'll pass!!!



I recently heard of a vacation...

I recently heard of a vacation a friend of mine had and wanted to share his experience with you.

Don’t ever stay at the Beau Rivage in Biloxi Ms. Even if you are getting the room for free.

A friend of mine was using a comp room in this hotel when he was robbed and the security manager stated that is was “not their problem” that one of the security persons let and unauthorized person into my friends safe.

(This woman was in the room at the time my friend was passed out and proceeded to rob him . He believes she slipped him something)

She took in excess of 2000.00 and all his credit cards etc.. Fortunately for my friend she was caught trying to use the credit cards. He went to the police station and pressed charges and filed a report with hotel management.

After returning home he was called by Tina Okeefe the risk management official from the hotel to have her tell him that they are not liable.

HELLO ?? , I am in my room, a person is with me that is not registered in my room and at 2.30 in the am the hotel security staff opens my safe for this person? NOT !!! I cannot believe that the staff opened the safe for the person that they assume no liabilities. Here’s my take on the incident.

I believe that the security staff was working with the young lady in question and was wondering what their cut was in this robbery? ½? The fact that the hotel opened the safe and assumes no responsibility at all is garbage. Afterall, we assume that our possessions are safe especially when the combination is keyed by us. The security staff did not have any authorization to open the safe for anyone other than who was on the room correct?

Don’t stay there…………. It’s not safe!!!!!!!!!!!

Cheryl F.


Let me tell you a little story...

Let me tell you a little story about this hotel. A friend of mine who is an avid gambler had the misfortune of getting a comp weekend at this hotel. While he was there he was approached by Genevive. ( whom we will call the hotel theif) and befriended with the promise of extra curricular activities in the room. Upon getting to the room the hotel theif promptly slipped him a Mickie and then robbed him. She had called hotel security and actually con'd ( or is in partnership with) one of the security guards there at the hotel. The security actually let this bimbo into the safe in the room, ( without her name on the room or my friend giving permisson for her to have access) I could not believe my ears. That I believe is total crap. She commenced to steal his winnings for the night ( over 2000.00) in cash, took his credit cards, debit cards and fortunately for him ;she missed Grandpa's ring which had been pushed aside so she missed that one.Thank You God for that one. My friend filed a complaint and signed papers at the police station to prosecute. The theif was caught.

The HOTEL security said they would review the situation and get back to him.

Well we have heard. Ms Tina Okeefe called him and told him that the hotel was not liable for any theft from the room that night. BS... a lonely guy finds a friend, ( or hotel employee working "with" security) to prey on people from out of town. Needless to say my friend was very distraught. Unhappy with the response that he received from Tina and to his reccomendation, don't stay at this hotel because the hotel does anything they want against their own policies and do not step up when something misfortuante happens to a guest. Beware ofthe freebies, they will cost you



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This is the best casino/hotel in Biloxi, The machines I played did pay. Buffet is expensive but well worth it. Rooms and interior decor are elegant. I would recommend the Beau above any other place in Biloxi. If you fly though, be aware you need to pay 30.00 each way for a cab. They don't have their own shuttle service.




Elegant, beautiful Hotel & Casino. Large excellent rooms. Beautiful lobby decorated for each season and or Holiday. Great restaurants. Buffett is best for Sunday brunch. Favorite place to stay in Biloxi. We have been many times and will stay no place else. Must join the players club, generous on the comps.




This hotel/casino is THE place to stay in Biloxi. No in-room coffee makers and no free internet access. Pricer than other hotel/casinos in the area, but well worth it.