Every Steph’s Where to Stay in Branson, Missouri
I’ve heard some wonderful things about Branson, Missouri. I’ve had on it my bucket list of places to visit for a while now. Now that my kids are a bit older and they handle traveling much better than before we have started planning trips to different parts of the country. We have Branson on our list so I had to share with your Every Steph’s Where to Stay in Branson, Missouri post with you, and to also keep it as a marker for hotels we need to research when we plan our trip.
Branson, Missouri, is known as the “Live Entertainment Capital of the World,” and theaters line its 76 Country Boulevard. Outdoor lovers will enjoy all kind of activities around Table Rock Lake, while golfers come here to play on Branson’s award-winning courses.
If you are looking for where to stay in Branson, here are five boutique hotels that won’t disappoint.
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Capital Resorts The Lodges at Table Rock Lake
Capital Resorts The Lodges at Table Rock Lake is a condominium-style hotel offering spacious and luxurious suites. Each condo features stone fireplaces, a kitchen and a balcony with great views of the luscious surroundings, a washer and dryer, and cable TV. Guests can take advantage of the outdoor pool and the spa tub, and can easily meet other guests in the barbecue grills area. The resort is family-friendly and offers a children’s pool as well. Rates start at about $80 a night in the low season, and go up to $200 for larger rooms.
Savannah House Hotel
If you are looking for an accommodation right in the heart of Branson, Savannah House Hotel might be the perfect choice. The hotel is near an array of interesting attractions such as The Shrine of the Holy Spirit and the Hollywood Wax Museum, especially liked by children. Guests love the special attentions; they can start the day with a complimentary breakfast and indulge in hot cobbler, ice cream, and freshly baked cookies served every night.
Wyndham Branson at The Falls
Wyndham Branson at The Falls is a luxury hotel close to Moonshine Beach and Table Rock Dam. The hotel offers its guests numerous amenities, including two outdoor swimming pools, three spa tubs, an arcade room, and a children’s’ pool. Guests can also relax when the weather isn’t good, thanks to the indoor pool and the sauna. Room rates average around $80 a night. The wooded resort also holds a special appeal for couples thanks to its romantic setting.
Chateau On The Lake Resort Spa and Convention Center
Overlooking Table Rock Lake, you will find the four-star Chateau On The Lake Resort Spa and Convention Center, also called “Castle in the Ozarks.” All the rooms of this scenic hotel feature premium bedding and wood furniture. Chateau On The Lake Resort is one of the most competitively priced hotels on the luxury side in Branson, with rates starting at $110 a night.
Still Waters Resort
Located right along Table Rock Lake, Still Waters Resort is a designer hotel that features carefully decorated rooms and suites. Some of the rooms include a kitchenette, so that dining-in is an easy option. Guests will enjoy the three swimming pools, a water slide, and the free use of kayaks and paddleboats at the marina. If you are planning a trip to the popular Silver Dollar City theme park, the resort is just a three-mile drive away. You might think that a designer hotel like this would come with an expensive price tag, but, incredibly, rates start at just $44 per night.
This post originally appeared on Every Steph’s “Hipmunk Hotels: Where to Stay in Branson, Missouri” on February 22, 2016.