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Where to Stay in Branson - From Downtown Hotels to Lakeside Luxury

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Whether it’s a cozy cabin in the woods, a room in the heart of the city, or a relaxing spot near the water, Branson provides a wide range of options. Lakeside resorts afford Ozark Mountain views and close proximity to the area’s many water sport activities, while accommodations along the main strip are a great choice if you’re looking to stay close to the city’s shows and attractions.

Branson theatre District

 

Choosing from one of the many whimsical, practical, or grandiose hotels along the city's main strip will put you within walking distance of shows, outdoor attractions, and shopping outlets. This popular stretch, known for its plethora of live music venues and theatres, also provides a convenient home base for daytime exploration of the sights like The Butterfly Palace conservatory and the World’s Largest Toy Museum.

 

theatre District hotels run from recognizable major chains to folksy independently owned hotels. You can find resorts with their own kid friendly water parks as well as inns for budget minded travellers.

 

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Downtown Branson

 

The city’s historic downtown is filled with nostalgic small-town attractions like charming craft shops and an old-fashioned five-and-dime store. A free neighbourhood trolley will take you to nearby Branson Landing, a shopping destination on Lake Taneycomo's shores, where you can indulge in some retail therapy, dine, and take in the water shows of the boardwalk’s fountains.

 

Downtown is home to romantic bed-and-breakfasts, many of which are housed on lush verdant grounds, and a century-old hotel that honors Branson’s past. Sleek, large-capacity hotels stand among the more than 100 stores in Branson Landing.

 

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Table Rock Lake

 

Table Rock Lake’s shores are home to popular hiking trails, lush state parks, and sandy beaches. In addition to bass fishing, boating, and other fun water activities, the area also features world-class golf courses. Staying by the lake can also be convenient, as it’s less than a 30-minute drive to the city’s nightlife and restaurant lounges that draw in the over-21 crowd with live music and entertainment.

 

Some of the area’s stately hotels feature swimming pools, full-service spas, and even water parks, while many lakefront condos and quaint log cabin lodges offer direct access to their own marinas where you can rent a boat for the day.

 

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Indian Point

 

This wooded peninsula on Table Rock Lake offers a peaceful, rural setting just 4 miles from attractions like the Silver Dollar City amusement park. You can enjoy vigorous water sports like canoeing, scuba diving, and snorkeling, or take a serene boat tour to enjoy the natural beauty of the area.

 

Lodging can be found in scenic resorts with terraced apartment-style condos and in woodsy cottages that can accommodate couples or large families. Most area resorts contain multiple swimming pools, picnic grounds, and barbecue spots.

 

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