As you enter the three-story lobby you'll see the Grand Staircase and player piano a unique feature in Branson. Our friendly, courteous staff will greet you and check you into one of our warmly decorated inside corridor hotel rooms that are accessible by three elevators.
Larger than most Branson hotel rooms these spacious guest accommodations feature 200 double queen rooms, king rooms, king Jacuzzi rooms, family suites and two room suites with fireplace and non-stocked wet bar.
Enjoy a dip in our indoor heated pool or hot tub before or after the shows. Send the kids down to enjoy the Galaxy Arcade, a coin operated game room, later sample the ice cream social. If you are travelling with the family a guest laundry is available for your use.
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, oatmeal, waffles, fruit, cereal, bagels, toast, pastries and real fruit juice.
A host hotel for the Branson RecPlex, we serve many groups and reunions. Our Table Rock Suite has a meeting capacity of 85 with a kitchen including fridge, microwave and sink, audio/visual equipment, white boards, podiums, speaker system, projector screen and a 60" flat screen TV for presentations. Our Hospitality Suite seats 35 and has 3 rooms with full kitchen and 2 bathrooms.
Our Business Center includes two guest computers with printer to check on airline reservations and print maps and FAX service. There is FREE Wi-Fi in every room as well as the lobby.
Directions to the Branson Towers Hotel: From Hwy 65 go west on Hwy 248 for about 1 3/4 miles, past the Kentucky Fried Chicken, curve right at the intersection to the first stop light. Turn left we are the first hotel on the right Come enjoy the Branson Towers Hotel's great value, amenities and service.
America's Biggest KidsFest celebrates the world's most daring wood coaster and more at Silver Dollar City.
Sponsored by Branson Rotary, proceeds will benefit The Caring People and the Hollister High School Music Department.
Tickets are $25.00, of which all goes to the charities,
Free Event! Titanic's Father's Day BASS PRO Boat Show is this Saturday, June 15 and Sunday, June 16th from 9am - 6pm. Back by Popular Demand! We’ve invited Bass Pro Shops’ Tracker Boat Center to drop anchor in our parking lot and show off some of the newest, fastest, hottest models on today’s market. This exclusive Father’s Day event is free and open to the public. Perfect gift for Dad!
For more information, please contact us at 800-381-7670.
Don’t miss this Special THURSDAY NIGHT Concert at Branson Landing starting at 7pm in front of the fountains, featuring the amazing Cate Brothers! The Cate Brothers, identical twins Earl and Ernie, exemplify the country-style rock and roll that flourishes in the Ozark Mountains area of northwest Arkansas. Although best known for country music, the Cates added rock and roll to their approach in a distinctly unpretentious way, inheriting the legacy of some of the earliest Arkansas rockabilly performers.
The Cates were born in Fayetteville and grew up in Springdale and although not born to a musical family, the Cates taught themselves how to play and were heavily influenced during their teenage years by Hawkins, whose ever-changing band, the Hawks, was at that time composed of the personnel who eventually became famous as Bob Dylan’s backup ensemble, the Band: pianist Richard Manuel, keyboardist Garth Hudson, drummer Levon Helm, and guitarist Robbie Robertson. The Cates have remained close to the northwest Arkansas area and remain true to their musical roots in that theirs is a “country soul” unit, and they are masters of a kind of rhythmic eclecticism that is native to the cultural territory from which it emerged, bounded generationally by Bob Wills’s western swing and the Band’s blend of hillbilly simplicity and blues depth and incorporating both styles into their own music.
The Cates have earned a devoted following of their own and have continued to release albums, including Radioland (1995), Struck a Vein (1997), and Cate Brothers Band Live (1999) and to this day, they remain a well-respected regional band among their peers in the music world and have carried the northwest Arkansas style of classic rock into the twenty-first century.
Come see Merle Haggard, up-close and in concert at the RFD-TV Theater. Call 417-332-2282 for reservations.