Morongo Casino Celebrates Spring Splash & Cash

Guests visiting Sunday through Friday receive a $20 daily credit

Morongo Casino // (c) 2009

Morongo Casino Resort & Spa is celebrating the changing of the seasons through their new offer, Spring Splash & Cash. During the promotion, guests visiting Morongo Sunday through Friday receive a daily credit of $20 for food and beverage.

The Spring Splash & Cash is an added incentive for visitors to pick Morongo for their mid-week getaway. The room rate of $89 is lower than most comparable Las Vegas hotels and casinos, and the additional $20 credit only increases the value of the deal. Patrons can choose to use their credit at any of Morongo’s fine-dining facilities such as the award-winning steak and seafood restaurant Cielo, Potrero Canyon Buffet, the contemporary American-style Serrano Cafe, or Bamboo, the newest addition to the property that features flavors and cuisines from Vietnam, China, Thailand, Korea and Japan.

“This meal credit is our way of saying thank you to our guests,” said John Momaney, director of marketing at Morongo Casino Resort & Spa. “We understand the variety of choices they have when looking for a place to stay, and we wanted to show them our appreciation for choosing Morongo.”

The Spring Splash & Cash offer is good through May 31, 2009. The promotion is not good on Saturdays or holidays. For additional information or to make a reservation, call 888-MORONGO and ask for reservation code SPR09.

About Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa
Morongo is the premier gaming resort in California. Located in Cabazon, California, in the scenic Coachella Valley, Morongo is a prime getaway for residents of Orange County, Ontario, Palm Springs, Palm Desert and Los Angeles. Earning the prestigious AAA Four Diamond Award for four consecutive years, Morongo offers 310 well-appointed rooms and suites, a 150,000 sq. ft. casino floor, nine restaurants and lounges and continuous world-class entertainment offerings. One of the largest tribal gaming facilities in the country, Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa is owned and operated by the Morongo Band of Mission Indians. For more information please visit