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The Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa is an Indian gaming casino located in Cabazon, California near San Gorgonio Pass. The casino has 310 rooms and suites. A 44-acre, 27-story resort, Morongo is one of the largest casinos in California. At 330 feet (101 m) high, the casino tower is the tallest building in the Inland Empire.[1]

Morongo is one of only three AAA four diamond casino resorts in California with Pechanga Resort and Casino and The Chumash Casino being the others. Morongo's main casino floor is 150,000 square feet (14,000 m2) with over 2,000 slots and table games.

Upon entering the casino, guests see a very contemporary, almost retro-60's interior. Light coves between overhead vaults, back-lit fabric draped between frames and conically-shaped light fixtures create a complex, ornate ceiling that crowns the casino floor.

The casino offers more than 100 table games including four card poker, Ultimate Texas Hold'Em[2], blackjack, pai gow poker, mini-baccarat and three card poker as well as California-style craps tables (dealt with cards rather than dice) and a 22-table poker room. High rollers also enjoy a sequestered high-limit slot area with 4 table games, and 7 slots. The high limit room also has a lounge with plasma TV's and complementary food.

Morongo's hotel accommodates guests in 272 standard rooms, 32 double bay suites and six luxury casitas located on an upper level surrounding the pool. All accommodations come with plasma screen TV's and contemporary hardwood furniture.

Hotel guests have access to the resort's pool which has a swimming and wading pool, water slide, lazy river and two spas surrounded by sandy beaches and palms. Sixteen private cabanas have private bar service, TV's, refrigerators and lounge chairs.

Morongo's restaurants include the penthouse restaurant Cielo, Serrano (24-Hour Cafe), Bamboo and the Potrero Canyon Buffet, offering five inviting stations of international cuisine. A food court and 24-hour room service offer convenient dining. Club 360, a bar at the top of the hotel tower, has panoramic views.

Guests must be 18 to gamble on the property[3].

See also

List of tallest buildings in Inland Empire

External links


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  2. ^ Ultimate Texas Hold'Em basic strategy table
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Coordinates: 33°55′12″N 116°47′42″W / 33.920002°N 116.794968°W / 33.920002; -116.794968

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