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Treasure Bay Casino
66,000 square foot casino with 1,600 slot machines and 50 table games. 262 rooms, three restaurants, two outdoor pools.

Hotel has a pirate theme throughout which is fun for families staying in the area.

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Would you visit this hotel again?
yes 71%  29% no

Is this hotel family friendly?
yes 78%  22% no
Based on 14 total ratings.

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1star  What a joke!
Stayed last night and will NOT be back! Front desk personnel was incompetent and rude. Wish I had stayed at another place!
Greg
Pensacola, Fl, USA - Saturday, February 14, 2009 at 01:55:02 (CST)
1star  Save your time and money, go somewhere else.
Treasure Bay is not the same as when first opened. After talking to the employees, the management treats them like a number and it shows. The executive management has little to no experience and they adore break-in workers at a cheap price! This allows the exec's needless trips to the Carribean for them to act like politicians while telling how bad they are doing. There are NO bonuses or perks for the front line workers and no motivation to do a good job other then the fear of losing a job. Seniority is not respected at this tiny casino.
The buffet is very small with bland food at a high price, You are better off going to a local Chinese buffet for a larger selection. The elevators are in horrible shape and constantly break down with people on them. There is absolutely no entertainment other than going somewhere else, there is nothing for the kids and the security makes sure that the kids are ran out of the pool when having a good time. No descretion is used for late night swimmers, sorry honeymooners and lovers! It is out at 10pm and you are lucky if you get a guard that does not yell at you from the other end of the pool. They run off RV'ers from their parking and knock on their doors at all hours to ask them to move. During Crusin the Coast, their security ran people off of the sidewalk from in front of the parking lot. I didn't know they owned the city's right away and obviously they didn't want you spending money in there after being treated like that. Now if you plan to go to the beach across the street, don't park in their lot, they watch that like a hawk, yes, here comes Reno 911 to run you off from that as well. The table games are not fun to play as they have many break-in dealers with no experience, so you are left to double check the payouts and not have a good time. They do allow you to get drunk and continue to gamble, and this is a gaming violation...so if you lose big, you may have a shot of recovering your money! In closing, save your time and money, in my opinion, you will not have fun and it will only end up in the pockets of the novice executives.
Lance
Mobile, Al, USA - Saturday, February 14, 2009 at 01:49:39 (CST)
  Glad to say they are going to open hotel in feb 2007! Den is open, and 220 slots are now there
HI all you die hard treasure bay fans! Our great little casino is on its way back and jackpots are already paying off for some, go to jackpot magazine and see. I am going there this weekend as i have reservations at another place....only because treasure bay was not taking them....i love the blue collar workers can be made to feel like real winners here. They have a great comp program and i pray its just as good when they get back. They will be bigger and better than ever....So glad to call that my casino of choice!

Been visiting and staying at others...still prefer my TB!!!!


kathy <truelady20022002@yahoo.com>
sylacauga, al, USA - Thursday, November 02, 2006 at 01:55:36 (CST)
  Treasure Bay is Great!!!!!!
The rooms were great, the people were very nice and helpful. We enjoy staying here - we really like the fact that they always had a Travel Partners and we could book everything right through the hotel. Love the shuttle bus access and help with tee times for golfing,etc. Gerald was great too - if you wanted to know anything he had the answers for you. Comps were wonderful - prices were great for a week's stay. I wish everything could remain approximately in the same ball park as before - but I suppose there will be some changes. We have a large group that comes down from Wisconsin - and EVERYONE is happy staying at Treasure Bay!
KAY CASSELLIUS <kcassell@baldwin-telecom.net>
Glenwood City, Wi, USA - Wednesday, August 23, 2006 at 16:07:05 (CDT)
  I have stayed at the Hotel and the service was above excellent. As for the casino, Treasure Bay is the best! I only play there. It is a short walk from the hotel to the casino and to the beach. I only hope that my favorite Casino comes back soon. I have a a daughter and son-in-law there and always must vist Treasure Bay, each and every time I am there. Please rebuild!!!!!
Joyce Watson <bbitexas@yahoo.com>
Garland, Tx, USA - Sunday, February 05, 2006 at 11:45:43 (PST)
  I live here in Biloxi and I have been to every casino on the gulf coast many times. However, for the last year or so Treasure Bay is the only casino I will set foot in. They have tons of table games with low minimums. The dealers are almost all great(few bad apples anywhere you go)! The drink service is second to none. The only way you will leave this place thirsty is if you cant pony up $1 for a tip! The buffet is one of the best for the price(there are also two other excellent restraunts in this casino). I do go to this casino more than most people but getting a comp here never a problem (I have a $40 spending limit when I go). I have been comped everything from a free room to a free pack of smokes with no hassles what so ever. I routinley take $40 to this casino and manage to stretch (dont make sucker bets ie. slot machines)) it for 3-4 hours getting free drinks and comps all the while. All in all, when looking for the best bang for your buck, Treasure Bay is the best place Biloxi has going for it.
Mike
Biloxi, USA - Tuesday, February 01, 2005 at 14:35:47 (PST)
  This was the only place in Biloxi where anyone in my group could get a comp. My friend lost a lot of money here and asked for a buffet comp. They told him he hasn't been playing long even though he did lose quite a bit of money. They finally gave him a single buffet comp after almost begging and they seemed kind of rude a bout it. Biloxi in general sucks though. Go to Tunica or Vegas
Jason <av8er152@yahoo.com>
Huntsville, AL, USA - Wednesday, July 07, 2004 at 23:26:21 (PDT)
  I enjoyed staying in the hotel. The rooms were neat and service was efficient. It is within reach of the casinos, the beach and New Orleans where I went to visit but didn't spend the night because Biloxi was quieter for a vacationer. The rates were fare and I still have my birthday present from the Casino.
Theresa <triziki@yahoo.com>
Atlanta, GA, USA - Thursday, October 23, 2003 at 15:30:00 (PDT)
  I always stay here when I visit Biloxi. The rooms are great and the price is good.
Debbi Ray <dray01@msn.com>
Boiling Springs, SC, USA - Wednesday, May 07, 2003 at 09:18:48 (PDT)
   We enjoyed our stay here. The hotel room we were in was clean and comfortable. The hotel is located across the street from the casino and we enjoyed the fresh air walking across in the day. However, late at night we decided not to walk and took the shuttle. I think we had to wait a whole 2 minutes. All the employees we dealt with in the hotel provided excellent service.
The casino could use some updating and cleaning. The restrooms were far from elegant. Many of the slot card readers weren't working. The casino staff made up for any short comings we encountered in the casino. They seemed eager to keep their patrons happy. We had no trouble getting room and meals comped, but that, of course, is based on play. They did seem to be more generous with the comps than most Biloxi casinos though.
We will definitely return to Treasure Bay.
Bart
Orlando, FL, USA - Tuesday, April 22, 2003 at 10:03:45 (PDT)
We stayed at the hotel as a family with 2 children. Has 2 pools, enjoyed it very much, nice rooms, also got a coupon out of one of the local papers and got room for 40.00. Very good for the price.
Teresa Surles <tlsurles@hotmail.com>
Elmore, AL, USA - Saturday, July 28, 2001 at 20:27:56 (PDT)
This place is bigtime redneck. The casino is old, dark, and smells of cigarettes. I've heard it's having some financial difficulty and it shows. There are worn out areas in the carpet and the felt on the blackjack tables.
Chuck
Atlanta, GA, USA - Wednesday, June 20, 2001 at 07:00:42 (PDT)
Excellent casino, but I haven't stayed at the hotel yet. This is my favorite casino. I like the ambiance. The casino staff was friendly. Excellent place for low minimum doubledeck blackjack. As for comps, I played blackjack about 3 hours w/$10 to $50 bets, asked for a buffet for 2 and got it. Not sure what you have to do to get a room or coupons in mail. I've always left this place a winner though (which doesn't happen with me much except maybe at the new palace casino), so maybe that's why I like it so much! Ingress and egress not good at all;and it's a fairly long walk from parking deck to casino. Pretty good buffet food. Plan on checking out their hotel soon.
Marie <metromarie1@home.com>
Montgomery, AL, USA - Friday, February 23, 2001 at 00:54:39 (PST)
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