Harrah's Gulf Coast Review: What To REALLY Expect If You Stay

Yes, Harrah's Gulf Coast is small, But it is a great place to stay in Biloxi. The rooms have been very nicely remodeled. The outdoor pool is awesome! As for the gaming aspect of Harrah's, I have found that gambling during the weekend is not very good at many, if any, casinos. Most of my "good luck" has been during the weekdays (mon-thur Flavors Buffet is temporarily closed until further notice. Please check back for details and updates. ABOUT FLAVORS BUFFET. Flavors Buffet is an all-you-can-eat Biloxi restaurant at Harrah's Gulf Coast, where diners will discover a bountiful array of everything delicious, from tempting all-American and Southern classics, to first class Asian cuisine. The upper-middle-range Harrah's Gulf Coast is a huge casino and golf resort located in Biloxi, Mississippi, a three-minute walk from the nearest beach. The 500 rooms are attractive, with modern purple furnishings, coffeemakers, and 49-inch flat-screen TVs. Many have views out on the gulf, but smoking is allowed in some and the smell can linger in the hallways. Amenities include a casino with A 49-inch HDTV is featured in every room at this Biloxi hotel. Harrah's Gulf Coast offers many services on site, such as the Bellissimo Spa and Salon and a fitness center. Guests can use an off-site golf course located in Saucier, Mississippi. Magnolia House by Kelly English is Harrah's Gulf Coast's fine-dining restaurant. There is also Mix This casino is tiny and has very few slot machines compared to others in Biloxi. The waitresses hardly ever bring any drinks. And they are very stingy with their comps. Almost to the point of being a Scrooge. I am not going back, not here, not Harrah's Cherokee, and not Harrah's New Orleans. You have finally ran me off.

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