Jason's 29 Palms Taxi - Casino Van Service
Discounted Flat Rates to Coachella Valley & Nevada Casinos from 29 Palms, MCAGCC, etc.
No need to head all the way to Las Vegas or Laughlin when gambling fever strikes; we've got Vegas-style gambling right in our own backyard! From Palm Springs to Indio, the Coachella Valley boasts half a dozen fabulous casinos offering Vegas-style gambling, dining and entertainment 24 hours a day. And Jason's 29 Palms Taxi/Cloud 29 Cab Company offers awesome flat rates to get you there!
Even closer to home, there's the Tortoise Rock Casino right here in Twentynine Palms. We have the lowest meter rates in town and our van taxis are available for rides to/from the Tortoise Rock Casino 24/7!
More than Gambling
Blackjack, craps, poker, roulette, slot machines, video poker--you'll find all your favorite games at Coachella Valley casinos. But that's not all. When you're ready to take a break from all that gambling excitement, you can grab a bite to eat at one of several restaurants or Vegas-style buffets, have drinks at one of the bars, go for a dip in the tropical pool, relax in the spa, see a show or concert, dance the night away at a club, or even go bowling. There's no shortage of things to do and fun to be had at lower desert casinos!
Getting There with Jason's Taxi Service/Cloud 29 Cab Company
From the Twentynine Palms Marine Base (MCAGCC) to Yucca Valley, we'll pick you up anywhere in the Morongo Basin and take you to the casino of your choice in a late-model luxury van cab. Up to six passengers can ride for the price of one! So get your friends together, book your casino run with Jason's 29 Palms Taxi, and get ready to have a blast!
Palm Springs Area Casinos
(Click links or scroll down page for detailed descriptions of each casino's gambling, hotel, dining, spa/pool, and entertainment offerings)
- Spa Resort Casino
- Agua Caliente Casino
- Morongo Casino Resort
- Fantasy Springs Casino
- Spotlight 29 Casino
- Augustine Casino
Taxi service is also available to the Tortoise Rock Casino in Twentynine Palms, casinos in Las Vegas & Laughlin, and casinos elsewhere in
Southern California, Arizona and Nevada.
29 Palms Marine Base to Palm Springs Area Casinos
Starting at $20 per person!*
* Assumes six-passenger occupancy (Please note that all fares are charged per ride, not per person. You will receive
a discounted flat rate for your ride so the more people there are in your group--up to 6--the less each individual pays!)
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Palm Springs Area Casinos
Located in the heart of downtown Palm Springs just a few steps from world-famous Palm Canyon Drive, the Spa Resort Casino is a Vegas-style hotel resort with casino, lounge, buffet, four restaurants, bars, meeting facilities, pools, and spa.
Gambling: The 30,000 sq. ft. casino features over 1,000 of the latest slots plus 30 table games including Blackjack (single deck, double deck, and six-deck shoe; $5 minimum bet), Pai Gow Poker, Mini-Baccarat, Three Card Poker, and Mystery Card Roulette. The high-limit Platinum Room features $1-$100 slot machines, a video poker bar, and six blackjack tables.
Hotel: The 229 deluxe guest rooms have recently been updated with new mattresses, cozy bedding, 42 inch flat-screen TVs, clock radios with iPod/iPhone port, free Wi-Fi, and voicemail. Also available are 21 suites and junior suites and a breathtaking 2,000 sq. ft. penthouse suite. Suites and junior suites add a wet bar, microwave, and extra seating area (junior) or separate living room. Deluxe guest rooms start at $129 or get a room package with food and spa credits plus gambling cash starting at $149.
Dining: The Oasis Buffet serves up specialties from around the world at breakfast (weekends only), lunch and dinner (buffet is closed Tuesday & Wednesday), plus there are salad and dessert bars as well as active cooking stations for custom-ordered entrées. Specials include the Champagne Brunch on Sundays and the Seafood Sensation buffet on Friday and Saturday evenings. The upscale Steakhouse is the Spa Resort's fine dining establishment and features USDA Prime steaks, chops, seafood, and a selection of quality wines (open daily; dinner only). The Noodle Bar offers moderately-priced pan-Asian cuisine including a sushi bar, sake and specialty drinks. At Sundance, you'll find inexpensive ($3-$5) American fare such as burgers, nachos, hot wings, sweet potato tots, and chili cheese fries. The same dishes and many more are also available at The Corner Deli, which is open 24/7 and features a classic deli menu with hot and cold sandwiches, soups and salads, pizza, desserts, and round-the-clock breakfast.
Entertainment: The casino's Cascade Lounge regularly features live entertainment from musical acts to stand-up comedy. Football Fever starts at 5 PM every Monday: Watch the games on a 156 inch screen while enjoying the $10 Tailgate Buffet and winning prizes playing Ultimate Trivia!
Pool & Spa: It's called the "Spa" Resort Casino for a reason: The famous spa features the historic hot springs that gave Palm Springs half its name. If you're stressed and need to relax, be sure to try the signature treatment called "Taking of the Waters." The full service spa features saunas, steam rooms, mineral water soaking tubs, massage therapy, complete hair and beauty salon treatments, outdoor mineral pools, and a state-of-the-art fitness center.
Under the same ownership as the Spa Resort Casino, the Agua Caliente Casino is a world-class hotel resort with casino, six restaurants, bars, lounges, a 10,000+ square-foot spa, 50,000 square-foot outdoor pool area, conference facilities, and a massive concert venue that attracts top names in music and comedy as well as sporting events. This is truly a Vegas Strip caliber resort!
Gambling: The 71,000 sq. ft. casino features over 1,800 exciting slot and video poker machines as well as 40 table games including Blackjack, Spanish 21, Hot Water Craps, Pai Gow Poker, Three Card Poker, Mini-Baccarat, and Roulette. In addition, there's a 20-table Poker Room (No-Limit Texas Hold'Em tournaments every Sunday) plus the Primrose Room for high-limit gaming ($1-$100 slot machines, high-limit video poker bar, as well as Mini-Baccarat and Blackjack tables with $50-$5,000 limits). By the way, you can use your Paradise Rewards Club card at both the Aqua Caliente Casino and its "little sister," the Spa Resort casino.
Hotel: The Agua Caliente's 340 deluxe guest rooms are without a doubt some of the nicest hotel rooms you'll ever see in this price range. Standard amenities include oversized desks featuring speakerphones with voice mail, 42-inch plasma flat screen TVs with cable channels and pay movies, free high-speed wired Internet access and Wi-Fi, pillowtop mattresses, down comforters and premium bedding, minibars, irons and ironing boards, in-room safes, and enormous bathrooms featuring flat-screen televisions, dual vanities, oversized sunken soaking tubs and separate showers, his and her bath robes, makeup/shaving mirrors, and hair dryers. For even more luxury, check out the amazing executive and presidential suites. Deluxe guest rooms start at only $89. What a deal!
Dining: The Agua Caliente Casino Resort boasts no less than six restaurants. Choose from The Steakhouse (upscale dining and fine wines), Waterscafé (culinary creations from around the world; indoor and outdoor patio seating), Grand Palms Buffet (international specialties served at breakfast, lunch, and dinner; closed Tuesday & Wednesday), Poker Deli (burgers, hot and cold sandwiches, salads, soups, and other classic deli fare), Java Caliente (coffee house offering fresh-baked pastries, bagels, etc.), and Wet Bar (pool bar and grill; serving lunch only).
Entertainment: When it comes to nightlife, the Agua Caliente Casino has plenty to offer. First up, there's The Lounge featuring a diverse array of live bands and entertainers (no cover!) as well as fantastic tailgate parties (Get Your Game On every Monday) and karaoke nights (Karaokie Jo every Sunday). Next up, there's Rendezvous, a cocktail bar (happy hour is Sunday through Thursday from 4-7 PM) offering great drinks and live piano music on Fridays and Saturdays. Last but definitely not least, The Show is a state-of-the-art concert venue with over 2,000 seats that regularly features top names in music and comedy, Vegas shows, boxing, ballet, and much more!
Pool & Spa: The 10,500 square-foot Sunstone Spa offers innovative skin and body treatments, massage and reflexology, hair and nail salon, couples' therapy rooms and relaxation lounge, private label spa products, and a fitness center. Agua Caliente's outdoor pool area covers over 50,000 square feet and features two swimming pools, a jetted spa, and ten private cabanas with flat screen TV, phone, Internet access, fridge, fans and misters.Casino Morongo is the newest addition to the Palm Springs area's gambling offerings. This spectacular 27-story Vegas-style resort targets a younger, hipper crowd with an enormous casino, ten different dining options, bars, lounges, nightclub, full-service spa, banquet and meeting facilities with business center, bowling alley with dance club lighting and state-of-the-art sound system, and one of the top hotel pools in the area.
Gambling: The 148,000 sq. ft. casino is one of the largest on the West Coast and features over 2,000 of the newest slots (traditional reel and video machines from one penny to $100) and 85 table games including California-style Craps, Blackjack, Pai Gow Poker, Three Card Poker, Four Card Poker, and EZ Baccarat. In addition, there's High Stakes Bingo and a 13-table Poker Room that attracts both professional and novice players with daily tournaments and the most popular poker games (Texas Hold’Em, No Limit Texas Hold’Em, 7 Card Stud, and Omaha).
Hotel: Casino Morongo's four diamond accommodations encompass 310 deluxe rooms and suites as well as six secluded casitas, each with a small private pool. Rooms on floors three through seven are called Deluxe Guest Rooms and cost a little less than the Canyon View Guest Rooms occupying floors eight through twenty. All rooms are equipped with super-plush mattresses, luxurious European linens, high-speed Internet access, two phone lines, voice mail, 27-inch plasma TVs offering cable movies, in-room safes, mini bars, and magnificent "spa bathrooms" featuring oversized showers with ledge seats. For the ultimate "spa experience," however, you'll want to book one of the 32 Canyon View Suites. Located on the hotel's top four floors (21-24) and accessible via a private elevator, the luxurious two-room suites feature bathrooms that are even more lavish than the very impressive guest room baths and come equipped with jetted whirlpool tubs! Rates start at $99 for Deluxe Guest Rooms and $219 for a Canyon View Suite.
Dining: You definitely won't go hungry at the Morongo Casino Resort. The very popular Potrero Canyon Buffet serves up an assortment of international delicacies seven days a week from Mariachi Mondays (Mexican cuisine and live mariachi music) and Seafood Thursdays to Prime Rib Saturdays and a fabulous champagne brunch on Sundays. Always on the menu: wood-fired pizzas, California-style salad and pasta bar, Asian dishes, carving and grill stations, and desserts galore. For fine dining, head to Cielo, the upscale steak and seafood restaurant located on the 27th floor of the Morongo Casino Resort. When you're starving at 3 AM, Serrano is the place to go. Here you'll find everything from sandwiches, burgers, salads, and pizza to Filet Mignon, prime rib, Asian and Mexican favorites, plus a full breakfast menu, delicious deserts, wines, beers, and mixed drinks, all served 24 hours a day. The Morongo's newest eateries are Natural 9 Noodle Company and Tacos & Tequila. Natural 9 offers specialties from Thailand, Vietnam, Korea, China and Japan with an emphasis on traditional wok-fried and noodle dishes, while T & T features modern and traditional Mexican cuisine and an extensive selection of tequilas, specialty cocktails and margaritas. The Sunset Bar and Grill is Casino Morongo's outdoor restaurant located by the Oasis pool's white sandy beach. Finally, there's food court featuring Fatburger, Panda Express, LA Italian Kitchen and Häagen-Dazs.
Entertainment: The Morongo Casino Resort is home to VIBE, an enormous, multi-level nightclub and concert venue that hosts theme parties with top deejays as well as renowned music and comedy acts and occasional boxing matches. While VIBE is open only on Friday and Saturday nights and for special events, the Mystique Lounge is open seven days a week and offers a dance floor, live music, and specialty drinks. Monday night is Football Night at the Mystique with a chance to meet NFL stars and win prizes while watching the games and enjoying food and drink specials. Also open seven days a week is the Pit Bar where you can sip rare liquors and signature drinks until 1:30 AM. Fans of cool jazz and fine cigars won't want to miss Smoking Good Times, hosted the last Sunday of every month on the Morongo's 26th floor at Club 360. Admission to the popular cigar party includes two exquisite smokes, fine food, drink samplings, and live jazz entertainment. The Morongo Casino Resort is also home to Canyon Lanes, a state-of-the-art 24-lane bowling alley with a high tech sound system and dance club lighting.
Pool & Spa: The Morongo's Sage Spa offers everything you would expect from a top-notch spa: sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi, hair & beauty salon, fitness center, and fourteen treatment rooms delivering massage therapy (Swedish, Shiatsu, Deep Tissue, Sacred Stone, Sport, etc.), reflexology and aromatherapy, body scrubs and wraps, and various skin care treatments. The Oasis is the name of the Morongo Casino Resort's pool and what a splendid oasis it is! The enormous heated pool is surrounded by a white sandy beach and lush landscaping. To really relax, float down the lazy river that runs through the complex or take a dip in one of the heated spas. For excitement, try the waterslide! Private cabana rentals are available seven days a week and include free WiFi, flat screen TV, ceiling fan, fruit basket, soft drinks and bottled water, sun protection, and personal waitress service. And no, you don't have to be a hotel guest to enjoy this amazing pool--day passes are available.Fantasy Springs is a massive casino resort located in Indio, about 15-20 minutes from Palm Desert shopping. Featuring an award-winning casino, 12-story hotel, 7 excellent eateries, lounge bars, state-of-the-art bowling alley, golf course, meeting facilities, and an enormous special events center for concerts and trade shows, Fantasy Springs bills itself as a complete destination vacation resort.
Gambling: Consistently voted "Best Gaming" in the Palm Springs area by readers of Casino Player magazine, the Fantasy Springs Resort casino features 2,000 of the hottest slot and video poker machines (from 1 penny to $100), 40 table games (including California Craps, Jackpot Pai Gow, Mini-Baccarat, Spanish 21, and Blackjack with liberal rules and a choice of hand-shuffled, machine-shuffled and "double-deck pitch" games), bingo (two sessions per day at the new Bingo Palace open 7 days a week), and state-of-the-art off-track betting (the Triple Crown Room offers trackside seating at the nation's premier courses throughout the racing season; closed Mondays and Tuesdays).
Hotel: The Fantasy Springs Resort Casino Hotel features 250 four-star rooms equipped with flat-screen TVs (premium channels and on-demand movies), phones with call waiting and voice mail, high-speed Internet (surcharge), luxurious linens and down comforters, in-room safes, hair dryers, and irons/ironing boards. Room rates start at $78. The Fantasy Springs Resort Casino also offers very attractive promotional packages with free slot play, food and beverage credits and more starting at $109.
Dining: No matter what you're in the mood for, you'll find it at the Fantasy Springs Resort's multiple fine and casual dining options. The Bistro offers contemporary fine cuisine including seafood, sushi, and hand-carved premium USDA beef. Choose outdoor courtyard seating or dine indoors with a view of the exhibition kitchen. The JOY Asian restaurant is the latest addition to the Fantasy Springs Resort's culinary offerings and features the best dishes from Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, and Thai cuisine. At the popular POM restaurant you'll find healthy California Cuisine fused with tastes from Latin America and Italy. The Pizza Kitchen serves authentic New York style pizza and other Italian favorites made from the freshest ingredients and traditional recipes. The Fresh Grill Buffet offers international delicacies from Italy, Mexico, Asia, Brazil and America, plus an amazing dessert bar and a choice of indoor and patio dining. The buffet is open for lunch and dinner as well as Sunday brunch. Open until 5 AM, Lique features all-American burgers, sandwiches, wraps, and tacos, as well as a traditional ice cream parlor and soda fountain with mouthwatering sundaes, freshly baked waffle cones, shakes and floats. At the Starbucks coffee shop you'll find all your favorite coffee drinks, plus an array of pastries and snacks. Additional snack bars are also located in the Bingo Palace and the resort's Fantasy Lanes bowling alley. Finally, you can get a burger, tacos, nachos, chips and salsa, hot wings, and similar fare at the LIT bar and lounge (see below).
Entertainment: Entertainment at Fantasy Springs begins with the LIT bar and lounge where you can have a drink, grab a bite to eat, play video poker, watch sporting events on the dozens of flat-screen TVs, and dance to live bands (Thursdays thru Saturdays). Every Thursday is Country Night at LIT featuring local country bands and country-inspired menu items (Fantasy Springs also offers an awesome Country Night hotel package: one-night hotel accommodations for two plus two cowboy hats, $50 food and beverage credit for POM Country Night Dinner, and $20 free play per person, all for $109). LIT is open daily from 10 AM to 2 AM. Located on the hotel's top floor, the 12th Floor Cocktail Lounge & Wine Bar offers spectacular views of the Coachella Valley and surrounding mountains, bar games, an extensive menu of fine wines and liquor, and occasional wine classes and mixology demonstrations. The Improv Comedy Club hosts established comedians as well as rising stars every Friday and Saturday night (tickets are $20 per show). The new season begins January 11th and runs through April 12th. Fantasy Springs' Rock Yard features free outdoor rock concerts on Saturday nights (2013 season begins April 20th). Year-round entertainment is available at the 3,700-seat Special Events Center where you can see some of the biggest names in music and boxing (ticket prices vary). The Fantasy Springs Resort is also home to Fantasy Lanes, a state-of-the-art bowling alley with 24 lanes, snack bar, sports lounge, and a large arcade with the latest video games. Late night laser bowling is available on Friday and Saturday nights. Finally, golf enthusiasts will appreciate the resort's award-winning Eagle Falls golf course. The 18-hole course with dramatic water features and elevations is open for public play.
Pool & Spa: The Fantasy Springs Resort Casino's pool area includes a 103-foot freeform swimming pool, Jacuzzi, shallow tanning pool, and poolside bar. While the hotel does not have a spa, guests can make arrangements for an in-room or poolside massage. The hotel's Nautilus Fitness Center features state-of-the-art Nautilus One Selectech equipment as well as free weights and a variety of cardio machines. The pool and fitness center are available for hotel guests only.Spotlight 29 is one of the Coachella Valley's two non-hotel casinos. Featuring a large gaming floor, two restaurants, food court, conference center, and four nightspots, Spotlight 29 is all about gambling and entertainment.
Gambling: Spotlight 29 is a slot player's paradise with 2,000 of the hottest and newest slot machines in the industry. No other Coachella Valley casino has more penny slots or a greater variety of $5 and $25 machines. High rollers are assisted by a personal slot host in the High Limit Slot Lounge where machines up to $100 beckon. There's a weekly slot tournament every Tuesday. While slots are king at Spotlight 29, the casino also offers 30 table games (Blackjack, Pai-Gow Poker, 3-Card Poker, Mini Baccarat, Mystery Card Roulette, Pan, Spanish 21, and more) and a popular 9-table poker room with daily tournaments and promotions.
Dining: The Spotlight 29 Casino offers two restaurant and two food court options. For fine dining, head to the upscale JEM Steakhouse where you'll find an enticing selection of USDA prime beef, seafood, and pasta dishes and an extensive list of over 300 fine wines (open for dinner only, Wednesday through Sunday). At Cafe Capitata, you have a choice of buffet dining (daily lunch and dinner buffets starting at $9.95) and a la carte dining (available around the clock; join the Club 29 player's club for free and grab a big breakfast for only $2.29 any time between midnight and 11 AM). For a quick bite to eat, there's a food court with a Subway and Chava's Mexican Grill (authentic Mexican dishes made fresh to order; closed Mondays and Thursdays).
Entertainment: Entertainment at the Spotlight 29 Casino consists of three bars and lounges and a 2,200-seat showroom. The Spotlight Showroom hosts concerts (name entertainers are usually scheduled for Saturday nights and sometimes holidays, while free tribute bands play Friday nights) and sporting events (boxing and mixed martial arts). After the show, head to the Groove lounge for the after party. This modern lounge has two bars, eight flat-screen TVs, and a DJ spinning music and videos (open on show/event nights only). The casino's Blue Bar also features a DJ and dance floor and is open every Friday and Saturday night. Finally, the Hot Spot lounge is open seven days a week (happy hour featuring drink specials such as $2 margaritas is every day from 2 PM to 6 PM) with live music on Friday and Saturday nights. Monday nights are Football Nights at Hot Spot where you can watch the games while enjoying $2 drafts and $1-$3 food.
Pool & Spa: N/AAugustine Casino attracts many locals with its popular buffet, friendly laid-back atmosphere, lower minimum bets and generous payouts.
Gambling: The Augustine Casino has 804 slot machines (traditional reels, video slots, multi-denominational as well as progressive jackpots) and a handful of table games (Blackjack, Spanish 21, Ultimate Texas Hold’em, Three Card Poker). Blackjack players can choose from standard six-deck and double deck pitch games, and the Augustine is the only casino in the Coachella Valley to offer $3 minimum bets (everywhere else the minimum bet is $5).
Dining: When it comes to food, you've got two options at the Augustine Casino. The popular Café 54 has a full bar and is open 24/7. Select from the extensive menu (featuring everything from sandwiches and burritos to filet mignon and lobster) or try the delicious breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffets for a taste of all your favorites (sign up for the free Player's Club for a discount on all buffets). Your other dining option is the Menyikish Bar & Grill where you can find burgers, tacos, quesadillas, salads, shrimp, sandwiches, smoothies and more. If you don't want to interrupt your winning streak, you can even have the food delivered right to your favorite slot machine!
Entertainment: Local bands play at the Augustine Casino every Friday And Saturday night from 9 PM to 1 AM.
Pool & Spa: N/A
All casino information is accurate to the best of our knowledge, but since offers and features can change,
you should check with the casino you'd like to visit rather than rely on what you've read here.
Under 21? The Morongo Casino Resort is the only casino in the Palm Springs area that allows adults under 21 to gamble.
However, you still need to be 21 to purchase alcohol and gain admission to the clubs and bars.