Chateau on the Lake Resort in Branson, MO

415 North State Hwy 265Branson, MO 65616
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Overview

Situated just 7.5 miles from Branson, the luxurious Chateau on the Lake Resort Spa and Convention Center offers upscale accommodations at its five-star resort, expansive event space, and more. Guests can enjoy sophisticated fare at the on-site restaurant and grill, or casual dining at the café and wine bar, sweet shop or deli. Other amenities include a pool, a fitness center, a spa, and more.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Branson Travel Experts
  • Located on the shore of Table Rock Lake.
  • 7.5 miles from Branson.
  • Guests must be at least 21 years of age to check-in.
  • Pets are allowed on the 3rd floor.
  • Non-smoking facility.
  • Beautiful resort property with full spa on property.
  • Small movie theater and other activities for kids.
  • Sweet Shop with a nice variety of desserts and coffees.
  • Restaurant on-site.
  • Full service marina.
  • Free Wi-Fi.

Property Amenities

  • 24 Hour Front Desk
  • Boat Rental
  • Business Center
  • Children's Program
  • Elevator
  • Fitness Facilities
  • Express Checkout
  • Game Room
  • Gift Shop
  • Guest Laundry
  • Fishing Guide Service
  • Handicapped Access
  • Hot Tub
  • Indoor Pool
  • Inside Corridors
  • Keyless Room Locks
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Movie Rentals
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Pet Friendly
  • Playground
  • Restaurant on Property
  • Room Service
  • Sun Deck
  • Sauna
  • Boat Stall Rental
  • Internet Access in Public Areas (free)
  • Tennis Court on Property
  • Health Spa/Massage
  • Wedding Services
  • Free Parking
  • Porter/Bellman
  • Valet Parking
  • ATM/Banking
  • Marina on Property
  • Smoke-free Property
  • Snack Bar/Deli
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Description

from Chateau on the Lake Resort and Convention Center
Check-In: 4:00pm Check-Out: 11:00am
Chateau on the Lake is 100% Non-Smoking.

Deluxe Accommodations:
Find peace, quiet and total relaxation in any of our 301 spacious guest rooms and suites at Branson's only AAA Four Diamond Resort. Surrounding our beautiful 10-story garden atrium, every room offers luxurious amenities including two dual-line phones with data port, voicemail, a coffeemaker, iron and ironing board, 32" flat panel HD television and wireless internet access (fees apply). Many rooms also feature balconies with spectacular lake views or mountain views. $25.00 Per Night Resort Fee is added to all reservations.

Exceptional Dining:
Join us for breakfast, lunch, and dinner with exceptional dining at the Chateau Grille. Featuring a delicious variety of entrees with impeccable service and breathtaking views of Table Rock Lake. If you're looking for lighter fare, our Atrium Cafe serves sandwiches and salads. Available for a quick lunch or light dinner, the Downstairs Deli, open seasonally, features classic dishes and new specialties. And those with a sweet tooth will find themselves in heaven at our Sweet Shoppe, filled with fresh pastries, specialty coffees, ice cream, and old-fashioned sodas. At the end of the evening, unwind with live entertainment and your favorite cocktail in our comfortable Library Lounge.

Relax and Restore:
The Spa Chateau features world-class spa treatments while incorporating the natural beauty of the Ozarks. Offering massages, manicures/pedicures, facial and body services, as well as a hair salon/barbershop, the Spa Chateau caters to both men and women. The perfect way to complete a couple’s massage is our co-ed Roman whirlpools, which are available both indoors and outdoors. Each locker room is appointed with a eucalyptus steam room, dry sauna, private showers, and relaxation lounge. For your comfort, plush robes and sandals are provided.


Tripster Customer Reviews

Tripster Customer
14 Reviews
"Date Night"
May 2017
The views are breath taking. Before you watch a movie in the theater you can grab dessert.
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parkhurst04
Longview, Texas
"We love staying at this hotel"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed January 20, 2020 NEW
From check-in all the way through to check-out, the service here is amazing. All details are attended to by smiling faces, that actually seem to care that we are enjoying our stay. We will stay here again and again. This hotel consistently exceeds all expectations.
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worldtrVele
"Banquet for locals"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed January 19, 2020 NEW
We are blessed to have such nice banquet facilities (plural) in Branson. We have traveled alot for business and been to alot of banquets over the years around the globe. It is really nice to be at home and have such great facilities and quality of food at our local establishments. Staff was beyond excellent and the Chateau is always a beautiful and well kept gem. Thanks for Hollister Chamber Event 2020.
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michaelhN9334WH
"New Years Eve Catastrophe"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed January 14, 2020 NEW
My wife an I decided to spend our New Years eve at Chateau on the Lake even though it is very close to where we live. We decided to make a mini vacation so we purchased the full New Years Eve package including dinner, hotel stay, and the New Year festivities. We stayed an extra night prior to New Years to add to the mini vacation. The check in went well and we enjoyed the first evening and night stay. The next morning the issues began. We got up early and decided to have a cup of coffee in room. We tried starting the coffee put but ended up not having any power in part of the room. We contacted maintenance but they never fixed the electrical issue. We ended up moving the coffee maker to the bathroom where we were able to use it. The evening of New Years around 4pm, the power in the entire lower level ended up going out. We were in the restaurant on site enjoying some snacks prior to going to the cocktail hour for to kick off the New Years party. We enjoyed the time but it soon became very apparent that power would not be restored anytime soon. The staff began the cocktail hour with temporary lighting consisting of work lights placed in the ballroom. The cocktail hour started about 30 minutes late. We left the cocktail hour to go into the main ballroom and it extremely dark with just small candles on the table. The staff had a hard time locating our reservation since the only thing listing the table number was a note on the outside of a white letter envelope that was given to us the day before. We did what several did, a emptied the contents of the envelope and put on the arm bands included thinking that was what we needed. NO instructions where include nor was there any instruction on where any of the events where going to be held. Dinner was served in the dark and several of the guests at our table had asked the waitress what was the dinner, since nothing was mentioned about what was being served. The dinner ended up being a very small filet, topped with crab meat, along with a couple of grill shrimp, asparagus and a potato dish. The steak was well done and several at the table didn't shell fish so they removed it from the steaks. The potato dish was charred on the top instead of browned. We picked through the dinner and was glad we had purchased the snack earlier. The staff began picking up plates and then the waitress brought the dinner rolls. None of us ate them at that point since the dinner was over and some of us had already finished desert. The entertainment started about an hour late as they were still trying to run temporary power for the music and lights. They started several times but the temporary power had failed. The band finally was able to get things rolling and did an awesome job considering the circumstances. The lights finally came back on towards the end of the evening and the end of the event went well including the fireworks show, balloon drop and music. The bar set up in the ballroom wash a cash bar only, however there was not a working ATM that we could find to get cash out so we ended up not ordering from the bar at all. After the trip was over and we checked out, I decided to send an email to the management of the hotel. Unfortunately we never heard back from them with an apology, acknowledgement or any type of refund or discount for future stays. My recommendations is, if you plan on staying in Branson, stay at another hotel in Branson and treat yourself to some of the fine dinning around town. This hotel is obviously overpriced and has terrible customer service.
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618junev
"Relax Time"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed January 13, 2020 NEW
My husband Kasey and I stayed from Thursday to Monday. We were treated like royalty, even on the weekend when the hotel was filled with DanceMoms and children. The entire staff are excellent. Tge chefs are amazing with delicious food and beautiful presentation. Will be back.
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kg5wz
Clarksville, Arkansas
"I highly recommend this hotel!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed January 06, 2020 NEW
My reasons: 1. Staff: Absolutely the most professional staff I have yet to encounter. As examples: 1. Leticia Salmon, Head of Housekeeping; and "Sarah" at the front desk. I left my PRESCRIPTION MEDICATIONS in my room when I left on Janauary 2, 2020. I realized this about an hour into my journey home. I called the Chateau and spoke with Sarah. She immediately expressed her concern and went to work to find Leticia for me. Leticia called me back quickly; immediately started looking for my medications; called me back to report she had them and would mail them out that day, which was Friday, I believe. She did, and I received them today (the following Monday), all in tact and mailed Priority Mail! 2. Jesse Boyd. There was some sort of electrical problem at the hotel on New Year's Eve. The lobby, lounge, and New Year's Eve party room were in the black. Never have I seen such professionalism, and I have worked with attorneys and legal departments for over 23 years! I overheard Jesse Boyd speaking with some staff and saying something to the affect that it was everyone's top priority to see to the needs of the guests -- all questions by staff would be addressed later. He was so busy, but if anyone stopped him to ask about the situation, he was calm and reassuring. Generators were brought in for the band, etc., candles were lit, excellent food and drinks were served with a warm smile, and I did not see anyone who was not having a grand time. At midnight, bagpipes started playing in the lobby and everyone (from kids in pajamas to ladies in evening gowns) poured outside onto the veranda to watch the fireworks! The following day, I saw Mr. Boyd chatting with people like they were his dearest friends, and genuinely making them feel as if they were. 3. The lady tending bar on New Year's Eve! I wish I had her name! My hat is off to her. She was pouring drinks in the lounge by candlelight; doing her best to record the orders (as the computers, of course, were not working. But her laughter, decorum, and friendly calm disposition was catching throughout the room and she kept everyone extremely happy and comfortable. I was so impressed with all of these people. You would have thought they owned the Chateau themselves! They were looking after the place like they owned it! Dining: Fine dining at it's very best. I love the chef's small offering at the beginning of the meal! Beautifully plated, excellently prepared and served by a delightful young man who was so attentive all night -- I think his name was Ralph Matthew. Rooms: Always clean and always what I ask for. I enjoy a "Lake View" room with a balcony, but I have stayed in just about every type (including suites), and I have enjoyed them all. Safety: I travel alone at times, and I feel as safe at the Chateau as I could possibly feel anywhere. I dare say, if something amiss was to happen, the staff would be doing their best to look after their patrons. That is the feeling one gets at the Chateau - the feeling that you are pampered and cared for!
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Frequently Asked Questions about Chateau on the Lake Resort and Convention Center

How many rooms are available at the Chateau on the Lake Resort?
There are a total of 301 rooms located at this property.

How many floors constitute the Chateau Resort?
There are 10 floors total.

How many adjoining rooms are available at your property?
There are about 50 adjoining rooms available at the Chateau on the Lake Resort.

Do you have a restaurant on-site? A lounge? Café?
There is the Chateau Grille, Atrium Café and Wine Bar, Sweet Shoppe, Downstairs Deli and Library Lounge. Room service is available daily. All shop hours are seasonal. We have our Sassafras Movie Theatre which shows recently released DVD’s that are kid-friendly. From April through September the Chateau Marina is open. They offer boat and jet-ski rentals. They also offer complimentary use of non-motorized watercraft (paddleboats, canoes and kayaks). An outdoor playground, tennis courts and basketball hoop are also available. These are seasonal as well.

What are the general hours for the amenities at the Chateau on the Lake Resort?
All hours are seasonal. The Atrium Café is typically open from 7:00 am-9:00 pm, Chateau Grille 7:00 am-2:00 pm and 5:00 pm-9:00 pm, Downstairs Deli 11:00 am-3:00 pm, Sweet Shoppe 7:00 am-9:00 pm, Library Lounge 5:00 pm-midnight based on occupancy and room service 7:00 am-9:00 pm. Extended hours are available during times of higher occupancy. We offer Sunday Brunch from 11:00 am-3:00 pm in the Chateau Grille, and several holiday brunches as well.

Is there a minimum age required for check-in at the Chateau on the Lake Resort?
Guests must be at least 21 years of age to check-in at this facility.

Do you have any resort fees at the Chateau on the Lake Resort?
Wireless internet access is $9.95/24-hour period.

Do you charge for cribs, rollaways, microwaves or fridges?
Cribs are complimentary. Microwaves, fridges and rollaways are $25 per night.

What are the pool hours at the Chateau on the Lake?
The indoor pool and whirlpool is available 24 hours for adults, closing at 10pm for children 18 and under. The indoor pool and whirlpool close at 10pm Sunday and reopens at 8am Monday for maintenance. The outdoor pool and whirlpool is open from 9am to 10pm based on weather. It is open Memorial Day to Labor Day.

What type of parking is available at the Chateau Resort in Branson?
They have complimentary self-parking both indoors and outdoors. They also have valet parking for $14/night.

Is late check-in available?
All reservations are guaranteed for late arrival.

What is the pet policy at the Chateau on the Lake Resort?
Pets are allowed on the 3rd floor. Pets are limited to 25 pounds or less and guests are charged a $50 fee per stay. If a guest is bringing a pet it must be noted at the time of reservation. All pet fees will be accessed to the guest directly.

What is your smoking policy?
The Chateau on the Lake is a non-smoking facility. This includes all guest rooms and balconies. There is a $250 recovery fee if a guest smokes in their room or on the balcony. We do have designated smoking areas outside.

What is available at the Spa Chateau?
Spa Chateau is a full service spa with a full complement of massage, facials, body treatments, nail services, hair and makeup. Each of our signature treatments incorporates the traditions and elements of the Ozarks integrating healing breath and reflection. Our services soothe the skin, body and soul with botanical oils and ingredients only nature can provide.

Enjoy one of our two co-ed whirlpools, the one indoors or the roman inspired outdoor whirlpool overlooking the shore of Table Rock Lake. Our locker rooms are appointed with eucalyptus steam rooms and dry saunas. The relaxing locker rooms and lounges provide the setting to renew for an hour or the day.