Branson Towers Hotel in Branson, MO

236 Shepherd of the Hills ExpresswayBranson, MO 65616
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Overview

Situated off Highway 248 near Sight and Sound Theatres, Branson Towers Hotel offers simple accommodations in a convenient location. Guests can enjoy free in-room features like Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, coffee makers, mini refrigerators, and microwaves, as well as on-site amenities like free daily breakfast, an indoor pool with a whirlpool spa, a game room, a business center, and more.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Branson Travel Experts
  • Plan to drive most places as the hotel sits on a quiet Ozark hill (with level parking).
  • All rooms are non-smoking.
  • The hotel has 200 rooms total.
  • Located just 2 blocks from the Sight & Sound Theatre, Vaskens Deli and outlet stores, and 2 miles from downtown Branson and the 76 strip.
  • A free hot breakfast and ice cream social are offered. Nominal fees apply for ice cream, cobbler, and floats.
  • Business center room has computers and printers.
  • Stay connected with free Wi-Fi.
  • 24-hour coffee is available in the lobby.

Property Amenities

  • 24 Hour Front Desk
  • Elevator
  • Free Continental Breakfast
  • Game Room
  • Handicapped Access
  • Hot Tub
  • Indoor Pool
  • Inside Corridors
  • Keyless Room Locks
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Internet Access in Public Areas (free)
  • Business Center
  • Guest Laundry
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Free Parking
  • Ice Machines
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Description

from Branson Towers
Check-In: 3:00pm Check-Out: 11:00am
The Branson Towers Hotel is located at the corner of Shepherd of the Hills Expressway and Highway 248. They are located within two blocks of the Sight and Sound Theater, Tri-Lakes Center, and Mansion America. The hotel is also within two miles of Historic Downtown Branson, The Branson Landing, and all Tanger outlets.

The hotel has interior corridors with three elevators, indoor pool and hot tub, pillow top beds, game room, meeting space, guest laundry, free in-room Wi-Fi internet. A nightly ice cream social takes place in the lobby by the grand piano (seasonal). Cobblers, ice cream, and root beer floats are available for a nominal charge.

In the morning, breakfast is served in the Gazebo Hall included with the price of your room. We serve a free hot breakfast including homemade biscuits, scrambled eggs and sausage made to order, oatmeal, waffles, fruit, cereal, bagels, toast, pastries and real fruit juice.

All rooms are non-smoking.
Credit Card required at check-in.

Tripster Customer Reviews

11 Reviews
Teresa Burress
Lee's Summit, MO
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Extremely clean hotel, friendly service"
July 2019
I was impressed by the cleanliness of our room, the pool area, and the hotel in general. The staff was very friendly and the pillow top mattresses and fluffy pillows were awesome! I’ve never slept better in a hotel room.
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Tip: The location is excellent - on one of the loops around Branson, yet really close to Silver Dollar City and all the area attractions.

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Kandis Davis
Anna, TX
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Family vacation"
December 2018
Very clean. Family friendly. Amazing breakfast.
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Gina Clark
McCurtain, OK
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Good"
December 2018
Good hotel just older. Off the main strip so less traffic. Beds were very comfortable.
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Kelly Daniels
1 Review
"Great experience!"
December 2016
The place was very clean! The girls at the desk were very sweet, helpful and had a great sense of humor! We enjoyed our stay very much and the ice cream socials are a wonderful bonus!
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John Nimmo
Oologah, OK
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Total Incompetence"
August 2016
Don’t Waste Your Time, Don’t Waste your Money and Don’t Risk Your Trip On This Rat Trap.

If it were possible to give negative stars for a place, this place would earn negative stars. I have traveled to nearly every state in the United States; I have stayed in numerous hotels, motels and bed and breakfasts. In fact, I have stayed in Branson many times at different hotels. I have never experienced the level of incompetence that I just experienced here at Branson Towers.

First, we had prepaid for our room for three nights; Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Due to unforeseen problems, we were unable to make it to Branson on Thursday. I called Branson Towers, and told them that we would not be there Thursday, but that we would be there early Friday morning. I further told them that since we had prepaid for Thursday night, and that it was too late for a cancellation refund for Thursday, that I expected the room to be held empty and that we would be able to check in early Friday. (Their normal check in time is 3:00 pm. After some discussion as to whether this was right or wrong, the person I called did tell me that my room would be kept clean and empty, and that we would be able to check in before 3:00 pm.

Well, bad luck continued to plague us on Friday, and we did not actually arrive at Branson until 1:00 pm. We were tired and somewhat distort, but at least we could check in go to our room, shower and perhaps catch a nap before our show that evening.

When I walked up to the front desk, a woman and four children were standing there, all wearing bathing suits and dripping wet. The woman was screaming at the two ladies behind the desk, “We are staying here a week, and this is costing us over $500.00. So far you have done noting but inconvenience us, and this is a big inconvenience. We need to shower and get ready for dinner and a show.” She screamed, then having only been told “Mam we are sorry”, she and her daughters walked away. I had no idea what that conversation was about, but it concerned me.

I told the lady behind the desk that I was there to check in, and she immediately told me I would have to leave and return at 3:00 pm. I told her that I had no intention of leaving and checking in later, and about the conversation I had the night before with the person behind the desk. I told her that my room had been prepaid for Thursday, and that I had been assured that it would be clean and empty when I arrived Friday. She looked on her computer, and said you are in luck; “We do have a room for you that has just been cleaned.”

The walk down the hall to the room was disappointing, the carpet was filthy and looked as though it needed to be removed and replaced. Once in our room, it was somewhat a disappointment. Our bed sloped from a high point at the foot, to a lower point at the head.
However, everything else was adequate, and we were now too tired to care much. By the time the excitement and negotiations were over, and we had moved our things into the room it was not 2:00 pm. Time for a badly needed shower and some relaxation time before dinner.
I got into the shower first, because I take less time in the shower than my wife. There was no HOT WATER. I got out of the shower, and called the front desk. When I told them that my room had no hot water, they said; “Yes we know. There was some sort of emergency this morning, and our maintenance people are working on the problem.” I ask if they had an idea of when the problem would be resolved, and they told me that they expected to be finished in about two more hours.

Now, I’m not a plumber or an electrician. I am a retired engineer. However, I have done a great deal of plumbing and electrical maintenance in my years. In fact, I have had more that one hot water heater fail in my life. Once I had one fail at 8:00 pm one night. I drove to Lowe’s purchased a new one, drove home and changed heaters and had the water back on to my house all in less than two hours.

Oh well, things happen. We decided to take a short nap then go to a restaurant and eat (Stinky), then come back and shower before the show. We did go eat (Stinky), we did come back, we did go to the show in fresh cloths and (Stinky). When we returned to our room, we did have hot water. I don’t know when they actually got it fixed.

Saturday morning, we wert down for breakfast at around 7:00 am. There was a police officer at the front desk taking a report, and another driving around the parking lot. (I should note here, the outside doors that we used to enter the building had no locks. Anyone could come and go freely.) I don’t know what the police were doing, don’t even care, but it was a little unsettling.

Saturday evening, we went to an early show, and stopped for dinner on the way back to our room. Not really having the time to catch up on rest, we were exhausted when we arrived back at out room. We showered, and went to bed early, around 10:15 pm.

At 11:45 pm, I was awakened by the sound of someone messing with our door coupled with a vigorous shaking from my wife. I got out of bed and walked to the door, and arrived just as the door opened. Luckily for both the person who had just opened my door and me, my wife had earlier latched the safety latch on the door. The door was opened as far as it could be opened with the safety latch in place. However, fingers were sticking through the door and trying to manipulate the latch. I slammed the door closed on the fingers, and shouted; “What in the hell do you think you are doing!”

I heard a lady say to another person, “They must have given us the key card to the wrong room.” Then I heard them walk away. Now, earlier I said luckily the safety latch was latched. I mean, had the latch not been latched and these people had walked into my room, someone would have gone to the hospital and someone else would have probably gone to jail. All over the incompetence of the people who were at the front desk.

I called the front desk, and shouted; “Can you tell me how in the hell someone could get a key card to my room.” To which the desk clerk replied, “What is your name?” I told her my name, and she ask, “Did you extend your stay?” To which I replied, “No, I did not need to extend my stay, I am prepaid through tonight, and leaving in the morning.” To which she replied, “Someone told me you had checked out and were gone.” To which I replied, “How in the hell could that have happened, were my key cards turned in?” To which she replied, “I don’t know, but I will look into it.” To which I replied, “You do that, and you had better make damn sure that no one else gets a key to this room tonight.”

I don’t know, as far as my wife and I go, we will never again make the mistake of staying here. However, if you enjoy the excitement and comedy of incompetence and inconvenience, then you might enjoy this place. If not, then you should probably look for something else.
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Tip: Incompetent Staff and Dated Rooms

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Ronda Pachner
Monett, MO
3 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Somewhat dated."
August 2016
This motel is clean and people are friendly but the rooms are pretty dated and in need of upgrades. They have an ice cream social in the evenings which is fun.
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Tip: Easy to find and very good breakfast.

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Candace H.
DYERSBURG, TN
3 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Great hotel!"
June 2016
This was our first trip to Branson. This hotel did not disappoint. Clean rooms, great breakfast, and soft mattresses. I loved that it is actually a hotel. I felt more secure than just staying in a motel. (There are tons of motels in Branson). Staff was very nice, and we had NO problems there. Very reasonably priced as well. I would stay again when/if we travel to Branson.
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Tip: Clean and decent hotel! Definitely recommend

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Tripster Customer
Rison, AR
3 Reviews
"Best hotel in Branson"
March 2015
We stayed in two different hotels during our stay and Branson Towers is the best.hotel.ever. The beds were amazingly comfortable. The rooms were clean. While the pool was outside of main building, it wasn't out of the way or too far from the main building. Breakfast was good. They had food that my kids will eat so that's a bonus. it is spacious enough to not feel crowded with the spring break crew. The location was a plus. Away from the hustle and noise of the strip but close enough for easy access. The pool was well maintained, my only problem was that the "ft" signs seemed inaccurate. Where it said 5Ft, I could barely touch. And my 6 and 7 year old couldn't touch in the 3 feet (and they are taller than 3ft.) We will be back!! We've already made reservations for June.
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Tip: Come prepared to have fun!

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TripAdvisor Reviews
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jenniferpL3790XX
Fort Campbell, Kentucky
"Nice hotel"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed August 25, 2019 NEW
Very nice hotel . Comfortable beds spacious we had a suite with 5 of us and there was plenty of room. The main entrance is very nice . The people for the most part are nice . The only complaint was that it is included free breakfast. This is why I picked this hotel because it had a breakfast bar of eggs, sausage, biscuit, gravy, and pancakes , waffles , fruit and bagels and toast! Pretty exciting to have that for breakfast. Well the breakfast people working starting shutting down the breakfast bar at like 915 and the time said until 930. We asked if we could get more biscuits and they made such a big deal about it they said that we are closing down at 930. I’m a little confused if your sign say 930 why are you shutting down at 915? Everything we got was cold very unsettling to think this is one of the reason we picked this hotel. Not to mention they finally decided to make us 3 biscuits and then other people wanted some too and it made us feel bad because when we went up to finally get our biscuits we were waiting on others wanted some too and the guy said no these are for them so it made us feel really bad that other people wanted biscuits too but they would not cook it for them . Overall hotel is nice but breakfast was horrible we did not go back the next two days .
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Ocean_Admire17
Tulsa, Oklahoma
"Ok for the price"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed August 07, 2019
Room on the 3rd floor had small fridge ( wasn’t cooling well), microwave & coffee maker. There is a complimentary breakfast downstairs. Every night they have ice cream, root beer floats & cobbler for purchase. There is no fitness room but there is indoor swimming pool. Overall good place to stay considering we spent a lot going places in Branson!
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kambisue
Washington State
"Branson Towers - Great Choice!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed August 06, 2019
Our first time in Branson and so happy we chose to stay here. We had a king jacuzzi room which was spacious and the jacuzzi tub was so nice and relaxing after long hours on the road. An extra plus was the young man who entertained in the lobby. We came back from a show to find him playing the baby grand and enjoyed listening and eating our blackberry cobbler and vanilla ice cream(for a minimal charge and very delicious). How fun!
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janetsl1968
"Nice, but could be improved"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed July 29, 2019
Stayed with a group for 4 nights. Friendly staff. Carpet needs to be replaced in the entire building, including guest rooms. It would go a long way to improving the hotel. Housekeeping friendly and accommodating.
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Tiffeny H
"Nice hotel"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed July 25, 2019
My husband and i stayed here for a romantic getaway. the bed was comfortable, the Jacuzzi worked great, the ac didn't work very well. breakfast was not bad. the hotel was quiet the staff was very friendly and helpful..we didn't go to the pool so not sure how it is . its a older hotel but has been very well maintained. as long as they got there ac problem fixed i would highly recommend this place
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Frequently Asked Questions about Branson Towers

How many rooms are available at Branson Towers?
There are a total of 202 rooms.

How many floors is the hotel?
There are 3 stories.

How many different buildings comprise your units?
All units are located in one main building.

How many adjoining rooms are available at your property?
There are a total of 10 connecting rooms.

Do you have a restaurant on-site?  A lounge? Café?
No.

Is there a minimum age required for check-in?
Guests be a minimum of 21 to check-in.

Are there any resort or unit fees?
No.

Is Branson Towers pet-friendly?
No.

Is there a charge for cribs, rollaways, microwaves, fridges?
 Yes. Rollaways are $10.00 per night, Cribs $7 per night.

What are the pool hours?
 The pool is open from 9:00 am-11:00 pm. The pool is heated seasonally. 

What type of parking is available?
 Level, free parking is available.

Is late check-in available?
 Yes, the front desk is staffed 24 hours a day.

Is there a sundry shop or gift shop located on site?
 No.

Is Wi-Fi available throughout the property?
 Yes.

Does the hotel offer shuttle service to area attractions and/or the airport?
 No.