My husband and I spent several weekday nights over the summer in Biloxi at the Imperial Palace Resort.We had several free nights because of free offers, but we opted to splurge on one of their Penthouse Suites, each which occupies an amazing 1,456 square feet.
Just the entryway is impressive, and there is a guest bathroom to the right.
When you look up to see your name on the phone, it’s like hello, honey, we’re home!
What luxury can you expect?
- Large Parlor with Bar Area
- Dining Area
- Large Bedroom
- Oversize Bathroom with Hot Tub and Separate Shower
- King Size Bed
- Magnificent Views from Large Windows with 12-foot ceilings
- Electric Drapery Closures
- Nightly Turndown Service with Complimentary Chocolates
- Laundry bag
- Clock radio with iPod docking
- Triple sheeting
- Hair dryer
- Makeup/shaving mirror
- Iron and ironing board
- Spacious closet with in-room safe
- Wireless+ Internet dock
- 2-cup coffee maker, including coffee and condiments
- Numerous pillows plus alternate pillow choice in closet
- Two telephones including one cordless
- Two Large-Screen and Three Smaller-Screen Televisions
That, princesses, is a LOT all in one suite. It beat anything I have enjoyed at Disney by a mile.
The living room area was amazing, with a large screen Tv.
Connected to the living room, and in full view of the massive windows, was a dining room with seating for 8.
Not that I needed it, but the suite had a bar area which would have been perfect for entertaining company.
The bedroom had massive windows overlooking Biloxi’s back bay area.
That bed sleeps like a dream, by the way, with cool comfortable linens.
What’s the view like out those massive windows?
Sunrise at this height was even more beautiful…
Now by far, my favorite room in the suite was the bathroom, which is larger than my dining room at my actual residence. Seriously. This bathroom was off the chain!
Oh, yes, the hot tub will light up, in different colors and with different patterns. So why keep the lights on?!
How did we save money on the Penthouse Suite?
A. We traveled in the middle of the week. These rooms are WAY more money on the weekends.
B. We have a players card. You can’t get deals on rooms like this if you inquire about a price without a card. It’s perk for customers who stay in their casinos, eat in their restaurants, and gamble in their casinos.
Why else is there to draw you to Biloxi?
For reservations at the Imperial Palace, you can call 888-946-2847.
Amanda Major is the creator of cheapskateprincess.com. She remembers her first visit to Disney’s Magic Kingdom like it was yesterday, because she had a ham sandwich tucked in her shorts pocket. The whole family snuck in their lunch; you can’t make that kinda stuff up. 40 years worth of trips to Orlando later, she is still trying to save money on vacations.
Amanda is a Disney Vacation Club Member and Annual Pass holder. Her amazing husband, band director Carl Major, plus three teen children and two dogs keep her busy. Amanda teaches high school seniors Leadership in the almost-coastal town of Foley, Alabama. Read about her cheapskating local vacations with this link. When she’s not writing, she’s reading, walking somewhere, or paddling a kayak. Life is indeed a blast.
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