Every inch of this property feels special. Far from being ostentatious, this resort casino is upscale with restraint. A golf course, spa, and pool complex at the palatial resort offer everything for a weekend well spent, and dining options are abundant.
At 550 square feet, the large resort tower junior suite evokes modern luxury. A separate living room with flat screen tv, sleek bathrooms with quartz countertops, local artwork and rainfall shower head enhance the grand space.
The Great Oak Steakhouse offers a lesson in classic cooking, perfectly executed. The barbecue shrimp, a nod to New Orleans Creole cuisine is sublime. The Tristan (South African) lobster tail is one of the sweetest we’ve tasted and the playful dessert menu (try the frozen Grand Marnier soufflé) will make you speechless with delight.
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Opened in 2002, the property is wholly owned and operated by Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians and recently completed a $300 million renovation.
This original hotel article first appeared in the Summer 2019 issue of City Style and Living Magazine.
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