Biloxi Travel Guide

Articles about Biloxi

By Nicholas DeRenzo
By Katrina Brown Hunt

A hotel on the sand is bliss—and even more so when it’s a steal.

By Jeryl Brunner
Gary Hofstetter, president of a private equity real estate fund in Boston, describes himself as a "suit on State Street." That’s quite a change from the late 1960s and early 1970s, when he was a wild-haired, rock-loving roadie for local bands in U...
By Kevin Sessums
What I'd always liked about Biloxi was the decay, the things falling apart, the crap along the beach, the skeletons of abandoned hotels, the trashy warehouses and rundown piers jutting out into the dirty water, so I wasn't thrilled that in the las...
By David Knowles
Leaving New Orleans, my friend Owen scans the FM dial for some road music. He stops on the final bars of a Scott Joplin tune. "What makes ragtime unique to this region," the DJ chimes in, "is its blending of cultures: European and African. On top ...

Hotels in Biloxi

This adults-only property, originally built in the early 1900s, was badly damaged in Hurricane Katrina. Thankfully, it’s once again up and running with three French country-style rooms and a spacious patio overlooking the gulf.

Restaurants in Biloxi

This restaurant was a formerly a gas station, lending it a funky vibe. Try the crawfish nachos, also loaded up with cilantro and pico de gallo, a fun take on the Mississippi favorite.

Things to do in Biloxi

When it finally opens this year—the structure was torn apart and construction delayed by Hurricane Katrina—this Frank Gehry-designed museum will stand as a tribute to works by ceramic artist George Ohr, the self-proclaimed Mad Potter of Biloxi.