Casino Morongo is a modern and fast-growing Native American casino complex in Cabazon, California. The soon-to-be-replaced 100,000 + square foot Casino facility features gambling and gaming with over forty-six table games, over 2,000 slot machines. Located so close to Palm Springs, Casino Morongo features the best in off-Vegas entertainment. The property also has two restaurants, the Café Serrano and the West End Café. Casino Morongo is 20 minutes west of Palm Springs California. Newly renovated guest rooms are decorated in the classic Native tradition. The Casino Morongo building is listed as a non-smoking building.

The Morongo Indian Tribe has announced a 23-story luxury Morongo Hotel-Morongo Casino facility to be completed in 2004 as the feature anchor in a resort community on the Morongo Indian Reservation. The new $250 million, 44-acre Morongo Casino, Resort and Spa plans to offer world class entertainment, lodging, meeting facilities, golf courses, equestrian center, and diverse retail services. The hotel proposes approximately 310 rooms. The new Morongo Hotel and Casino, as projected, will occupy over 650,000 square feet, will include a nightclub, lounge, buffet, café, steak house and other restaurants. Morongo Tribal Chairman Maurice Lyons is leading the growth planning at the Casino Morongo complex.

The Morongo Band of Mission Indians is a true pioneer in Indian gaming. The Morongo Tribe began gaming as a means of economic development in mid-1983. In 1987, in a United States Supreme Court case, led by the Morongo and Cabazon tribes, the right of American Indian tribes to offer gaming on Indian reservations was confirmed. The Morongo Casino facility, starting as a modest bingo parlor, has transformed into one of the top rated gaming properties in the U. S.. Casino Morongo is not only one of the largest and oldest tribal casinos in the country, but the first in California to offer legal slot machines after Proposition 1a.

The Morongo Casino is located at the foot of the beautiful San Gorgonio Mountains. The Morongo Band of Mission Indians, a federally-recognized Indian tribe in Riverside County California, is a major contributor to the Coachella Valley economy. The Morongo Reservation spans over 32,000 acres. The Morongo Tribe is the largest employer in the Banning-Cabazon area with about 3,100 (2002 estimated) in both gaming & non-gaming enterprises. In the area the Morongo tribe owns the Casino Morongo, a hotel, a water bottling plant, a Coco’s restaurant, an A & W restaurant, Hadley’s market and a gas station, and other holdings.

Casino Morongo is good place to work. Employee Benefits include:

  • Paid Vacation, Holiday, Sick and Personal Time
  • Two Annual Employee Recognition Days
  • 401(k) with Employer Match Schedule
  • Thanksgiving Gift Certificates
  • Uniforms Paid
  • 100% Medical Coverage
  • 100% Dental Coverage
  • 100% Vision Coverage
  • Yes, for Casino Morongo employees, there is a FREE Lunch at Casino Morongo