Chateau On The Lake Resort Spa and Convention Center
What We Love
- 14,000-square-foot spa with an infinity tub, outdoor roman bath, steam room, sauna and beauty salon
- Locavore fare and an extensive wine selection at Chateau Grill
- Outdoor activities abound with two pools, mountaintop tennis courts, jet ski rentals and hiking trails
- Free WiFi
What To Know
- Prime location along Table Rock Lake in the Ozark Mountains and just a 20 minute drive from downtown Branson
- The $25 spa fee (per person, per day) is well worth the splurge; this fee is waived with the purchase of a massage, facial or other treatment
- Self-parking is free, and valet parking is $16 per day
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Chateau on the Lake is a sprawling amenity-heavy resort nestled along Table Rock Lake in the Ozark Mountains. The 301 guestrooms and suites feature warm, earthy tones, rich cherry furnishings and Gilchrist & Soames bath products. This luxe retreat has two pools, mountaintop tennis courts, a movie theater, four dining options including a wine bar and an old-fashioned soda fountain café, a 14,000-square-foot spa and a marina. The main restaurant, Chateau Grill, serves organic locavore dishes like Berkshire pork chops with pepper-jack bacon grits, pico de gallo and chipotle lime BBQ sauce. For special occasions, reserve the chef’s table and indulge in a five-course meal and wine pairing. Outdoorsy types can rent jet skis, pontoons, kayaks and fishing equipment at the marina, as well as arrange catamaran, parasailing and scuba diving excursions to explore the 52,300-acre lake. Grab goodies at the Downstairs Deli for a picnic and hike on the scenic trails surrounding the property.
In the Area
Often regarded as the Nashvegas of Missouri, Branson flaunts its own strip of theaters, museums and neon-signed music halls from Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede dinner and western show to the interactive Titanic Museum. On the way downtown, dig into a pulled pork sandwich and slaw at the locals’ favorite dive, Danna’s Bar•B•Que & Burger Shop, stop for a gourmet panini and homemade cobbler at Sugar Leaf Bakery & Café, or head to Mitsu Neko for a taste of Midwest sushi done right (try the signature Blue Fire roll). There’s also PGA championship course Pointe Royale, a quick three miles away, to show off your golf game. End the day wandering the bars, boutiques and boardwalk at Branson Landing, and catch the choreographed fountain and fire show, played hourly.
How to Get There
We had a great time. This was our second trip to the Chateau and we loved it again. The beds are great, the room is spacious, and the cleanliness of the hotel is awesome. The only thing we wished that might have changes is the food selection in the Bistro area. The menu is a little pricey and the choices are more
We had a wonderful time at this amazing resort! The outdoor pool was amazing and you had a view to die for. We will be going back ASAP! We ordered room service and the food was excellent! It was a beautiful hotel and worth the money!
This is a first class hotel/resort and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a great place to stay in Branson. They have everything right on the grounds to make your stay enjoyable. And the sunsets are fantastic!
I will never stay anywhere else. Great hideaway from very busy strip and easy access to Silver Dollar City and Showboat Branson Belle. Exceptionally friendly staff. Waterfall provides a sense of peace. Gregg was super in the bar
The places were good,foods are delicious and got plenty of nice view, but I was disappointed with their supervisors and manager has problem with their working attitude. Discrimination are happening...