Steve Bourie, author of the American Casino Guide, takes a video tour of the casinos of the Gulf Coast in Biloxi and Gulfport, Mississippi. He lets viewers see what each casino looks like, plus he gives details on what the area offers in the way of other attractions.
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29 thoughts on “Visiting the casinos of Biloxi and The Mississippi Gulf Coast”
I will be looking forward to visiting Mississippi again since I miss it a lot.
552 like my friend amazing vlog beautiful place, stay safe and connected
Thanks for this very nice coverage of the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Steve. As someone in South Texas, I head to the casinos of Louisiana and Mississippi on vacations, and the Gulfport/Biloxi area is a real gem that's not as well known as it should be to people outside the Gulf Coast area. Your dollars go a lot further when vacationing on the Mississippi Gulf Coast than in better-known tourist areas.
Just went to the Harrahs had an awful experience. I wish I could have gone 10 years ago these places are mostly changed now. I think we will stay at the Beau Rivage next time.
Thank You So Much For All Your Info. Truly Appreciate Cha…
ten year old video needs updating very necessary
Well explained but why don't buses stop at Treasure Bay Casino?
Sound man clean your video up
Been to Biloxi three times, came home a winner each time. Combine Biloxi and New Orleans together and it makes for a fun trip.
At 5:00.. imsold!! Asian pussy..lol
its no longer the Isle, its Golden Nugget now….and there is a new one in D'iberville called Scarlet Pearl Casino. Biloxi is my 2nd home and wont mind living there again one day
5-23-20 Kansas- play the game tonight
You should include the Link to your Book in every Video description. I would buy it!
Don't like it now
casually mentions the Jefferson Davis museum
Extremely racist town dirty water
Visited Biloxi for the first time last week. We had a great time! Stayed at the IP Casino Resort…LOVED IT!!!
I'm tho king of moving to Mississippi, alabama, or Florida gulf coast off I-10 ..not sure where yet..florida east coast just to damn much money for a house now
Contemporary asian what????
Thanks for sharing!
Excellent video, but a few updates:
Landry’s Inc purchased The Isle, renovating and rebranding it as a Golden Nugget.
As the Isle was being transformed into GN, Harrahs decided to rebrand The Grand as a Harrah’s.
The Palace completed a major renovation/expansion and is now the only smoke free casino on the MS Gulf Coast.
Scarlet Pearl opened its 300 room, 68,000 sf gaming floor December 2015, and is the first and only casino in neighboring D’iberville, the city north of the bay from Biloxi.
Island View is currently developing its property on the south side of US 90 to open a second casino in Gulfport, this one smoke free.
My dad works at beau Rivage
the Scarlet Pearl is the newest casino, just one year old. it is bright and open with a fantastic air filtering system. chopstix restaurant and the buffet is excellent. some of the newness needs adjusting, but as the casino has grown in 2016 it is getting better and better. fun put put golf for family fun.
We stopped there for a couple of days on our way to New Orleans. It is beautiful there, but I couldn't take the indoor cigarette smoke in the Casinos. But, to each his own I guess. Thank God for Holiday Inn. We stayed in the one right across from the beach. They were smoke free and it was a really nice place.
I live here in Mississippi biloxi
You are correct and we point this out in our book, American Casino Guide, in the section about Mississippi casinos. Some other states will also collect tax from you if you win $1,200, or more. In some instances, you may be able to get that money refunded if you are not resident of that state, but you will have to file a state tax return in order to ask for the money back.
WARNING: Before you go and lose your money, take this notice. If you win a jackpot or hand-pay, the State of Mississippi will grab 3% of your winnings. Even if you are from another state, you will have to forfeit 3%. Oh, they call it a tax, but it really is extortion.