Morongo Casino Resort & Spa debuts new high-limit slot room

October 5, 2023

The new space offers players 170 slot machines and a separate smoking room.

Southern California’s Morongo Casino Resort & Spa has opened its high-limit slot room, according to a local news report in The Press-Enterprise.

The new high-limit room has replaced Mystique, which was a lounge area that offered guests live music. Morongo Casino Resort updated the space located by the valet entrance and added 170 slot machines with high-limited denominations. Those range from $1 to $300.

Guests at the new high-limit space have access to six television screens that will air sporting events. The renovated space also includes a separate smoking room with its own television.

Morongo Casino Resort & Spa Executive Director Simon Farmer told the Press-Enterprise that the resort placed the high-limit room near the valet “for convenience and that some of their high-limit players vetted the slot machine choices.”

He commented, “All the way down to a personal level, we know there are games in there that they want to play, so we make sure that those games are always operational and we’re ready to serve them at a moment’s notice.”

Along with the opening, the casino resort will give guests a chance to win several prizes, including $10,000 in cash and a 2023 Lucid Air Pure. Drawings for prizes will begin on Friday at midnight and will run until 7:59 PM on October 8.

Additional drawings will take place from October 14 to October 29 on every Saturday and Sunday. The resort will select two Morongo Rewards member every 30 minutes between the hours of 10 AM to 10PM. Those drawn can win up to $2,500 in cash.


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