A variety of options are available to visit Biloxi from Orlando. If you wish to relax and socialize during the journey, several bus trips are available. The bus trip is roughly nine hours by interstate, so patrons in a hurry may choose a charter flight option. Biloxi has 11 casinos as of October 2010, some of which boast four-star hotels, 24-hour gaming and oceanside views.
American Motor Coaches
There are many charter buses available for full rentals to Biloxi, but relatively few cater to individual passengers. American Motor Coaches has a four-day, three-night option where clients can visit three casinos in Biloxi: Beau Rivage, Imperial Palace and the Hard Rock. Trips leave monthly and vouchers are offered for free play. In conjunction with the vouchers provided, the casino trip can cost as low as $99, as of late 2010.
Grand Casino Biloxi
This casino offers in-house arrangements for trips from Orlando. The casino uses non-stop chartered flights to usher consumers to Biloxi. The Grand Casino Biloxi has amenities similar to its Las Vegas and Reno counterparts: golf course, spa and the common casino table games with additional slots. Round-trip flight and accommodations are included, with an airport pickup to the casino. Trips run at $299 per person, as of October 2010.
Casino Junket Club
Casino Junket Club is a third-party travel agency representing an extensive list of casinos throughout the United States. The company has ongoing flights to IP Casino in Biloxi, with sparse trips to the Grand Casino and Hard Rock. Free trips for gamblers with incentive points are available. For specific quotes, the Alpharetta, Georgia-based Casino Junket Club has a toll-free number and e-mail contacts (see References). The program allows up-front planning for shows or airport limo pickup.