Beau Rivage Resort and Casino in Mississippi starts renovation


MGM Resorts’ Beau Rivage Resort & Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi is restarting the makeover that was put on hold due to the pandemic.

US.- Beau Rivage Resort & Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi, is to begin its delayed renovation. The MGM Resorts venue will makeover of its more than 1,700 hotel guestrooms. The suites are expected to be ready by the end of November. 

Brandon Dardeau, recently appointed president and chief operating officer who oversees both of MGM’s destinations in Mississippi – Beau Rivage and Gold Strike Casino Resort – said makeovers are being designed by MGM Resort International’s own interior design group.

the decor will be specific to Biloxi, using a collection of soft beach and sunset colors, including sand and turquoise, for “a Southern flair.” Remodeling plans also include the redesigning of Jia restaurant, an expansion to the cafe, and the introduction of a new themed section for fans of the Buffalo slot machines.

Te Jia restaurant is set to feature new furniture and lighting, and is now open to the casino floor. Terrace Cafe, located inside the front entrance and adjacent to the buffet, will get more space and a new identity. With nearly 700 seats for the buffet, the section in the atrium will be absorbed into a restaurant named Atrium Cafe.

An area on the other side of the buffet will be transformed into BuffaloZone, a theme room filled with slots. The renovation was put on hold due the pandemic.

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