by Whitney Rife
Set between the San Gorgonio and San Jacinto mountains, Morongo is a fun place to stay for adults and children. Morongo has a lazy river and a sandy beach surrounding a pool and water park — all on the grounds. Families can rent poolside cabanas by the day. Also by the pool, The Sunset Bar & Grill serves up snacks, drinks and meals. More formal dining can be found at one of Morongo’s four restaurants. Another option is the onsite food court that offers an array of fast foods. When not at the pool, families may want to visit the resort’s onsite bowling alley or see one of the live entertainment shows, including comedians and musicians. Rooms have modern amenities, like plasma televisions and data ports. Beds are covered with plush sheets, duvets and down pillows. Suites feature sitting areas with sofa loveseats and whirlpools. Certain units open to a private pool and outdoor shower.
Our Editor Loves
- Outdoor pool with man-made beach
- Water park
- Bowling alley
Everything is under construction or not open. The whole purpose was to go somewhere with a jacuzzi but that's closed among other things. Unfortunately do not recommed it. They should let people know before taking their money that things are closed.
Had lunch in the cafe and the the food was fair and prices high. The pizza was substantially crust and priced unreasonably. Their take on two eggs is $14.50 and the Impossible burger $15.99. Want a quick bite try In and Out Burger or Panda’s near by and don’t waste your money here.