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BILOXI: Biloxi/Mississippi

There’s always something happening in Biloxi, and depending on if high temperature and humid weather affect you, it’s a fun town. Local activities and events like the Biloxi Seafood Festival, boat shows and of course awesome music festivals can be walking distance from your hotel. Choose the right time of year, and for a few dollars less, you can have one heck of a time.

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When to Visit Based on Price

Low Season: October through April Average Daily Rates of:
  • 2 Star: $95-$105
  • 3 Star: $105-$125
  • 4 Star: $145-$200
High Season: May through September.  Average Daily Rates of:
  • 2 Star: $125-$145
  • 3 Star: $145-$175
  • 4 Star: $200-$300
Magic Savings Tip: You best time for savings on hotel rates is between November and April. No crowds or Hurricanes (except in your glass) and still many fairs, and events to attend, just add a layer of cloths.

Sights you mustn’t miss

Beauvoir Confederate Cemetery
A memorial to Jefferson Davis and the Confederate Solders, this home that once belonged to Davis and occupied by him after the war,is now a National Historic Landmark. It houses the Jefferson Davis Presidential Library and is completely restored. Outside on the grounds are the graves of some 771, both Confederate Veterans and their wives.

Treasure Bay Casino
An amazing experience whether or not there’s a gambler in you. The casino is actually within a full size pirate ship, which is absolutely a photo opportunity as well. It is in conjunction to the resort hotel on land attached by a bridge.

Hurricane Katrina Memorial
A memorial to those casualties of one of the most infamous storms the U.S has ever experienced. It stands twelve feet in height, and comprised of mosaics, marble and glass, which contains items found in some of the buildings that were destroyed. All casualties of the storm are listed.

Unknown Tomb of the Confederate Soldier
This tomb is located on the grounds of Beauvoir, and contains the remains of an unknown soldier from 1880.

Fun things To Do-Shrimping and Fishing

Go on a Biloxi Shrimping Trip
Welcome aboard the Sailfish, a shrimping vessel that has been helping visitors experience what its like to go shrimping, what’s involved and how the shrimp you eat are caught. A super experience for the whole family, this attraction has been taking visitors out for over forty years.

Living Marine Adventure Cruise
On this cruise between the Biloxi shoreline and Deer Island, the chances of seeing dolphins and sailfish are good. Enjoy a narrated adventure that takes about 70 minutes, and learn about the livelihood of the Biloxi fishermen and women.

Wine and Dine Tips

Biloxi, located on the Mississippi Golf Coast is known for Southern Hospitality and above all, comfort food.  In Biloxi you get the added benefit of the local shrimp industry, along with the strong Cajun influence. All combined, you are in for a really special culinary treat.

Ole Biloxi Schooner
If you’re in the mood for perhaps the best darn gumbo in town, then this is your place. Jump in the line during lunch for todays “Blue Plate Special”. At dinner the servings of po’ boys, hush puppies or fried seafood, along with an array of other southern specialties will make you call a realtor.

Ole Biloxi Filling Station
This place switched from filling your tank to filling your stomach, with Cajun Style Seafood. Prepared southern-style, fresh locally caught shrimp, crawdads and oysters, or seafood gumbo is sure to bring a smile to your tummy.

Thirty-Two Steak and Seafood
This upscale fine dining restaurant is located in a local Casino, but don’t hole that against them. Rated 4 stars and triple-A, you better make a reservation if planning to eat here. And for the “Wine Dude”, the wine steward will assist you from their f

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