Stay Near the Excitement: Downtown Branson Hotels

The Branson Hotel

If you’re staying in Branson, staying downtown makes a lot of sense. In addition to being at the center of all the excitement, shopping and dining that downtown offers, you also can leave the car parked and ride the free Sparky trolley to get around.

Here’s some of the unique lodging options you have near Historic Downtown Branson:

The Hiltons of Branson

The two largest hotels in downtown Branson are the Hilton Branson Convention Center Hotel and the Hilton Promenade at Branson Landing. The high-rise, AAA “Three Diamond” convention center hotel is attached to the 220,000-SF Branson Convention Center and includes its own full-service restaurant, Level 2 Steakhouse. The Hilton Promenade has more of a boutique hotel feel with a variety of suites and room styles.

For more information, visit the Hiltons of Branson website.

Best Western Plus Landing View Inn & Suites

The Best Western Plus Landing View Inn & Suites is an award winning hotel is located on Main Street, about two blocks from the intersection of Main and Veterans Boulevard. Guests enjoy free high-speed internet access throughout the hotel, free hot breakfast and free parking, including parking for RVs. The hotel also is located directly next to a Sparky trolley stop, making for easy access to all of downtown.

For more information, visit the Best Western Plus Landing View website.

The Branson Hotel

This boutique hotel was Branson’s first hotel and is a historic landmark. Painstakingly restored and renovated, the hotel was built in 1903 and is the place where Harold Bell Wright stayed while writing his masterpiece, The Shepherd of the Hills. In the lobby, you can view a handwritten letter by Wright and various editions of the book. The hotel also is home to the Backstage Cafe and Wine Bar, which often features live entertainment.

You can get more information at the Branson Hotel website.

Landmark Inn

Another unique, historic Branson lodging property is the Landmark Inn. Built in 1905 for the railroad station master, the home later became a boarding house and then a hotel. The inn is located near the intersection of Commercial Street and Branson Landing Boulevard, just a few yards from the north end of the Branson Landing.

More information is available at the Landmark Inn website.

The Branson House Bed and Breakfast

Located on Fourth Street in downtown, the Branson House Bed and Breakfast is another historic inn, just a quick trolley ride away from everything downtown has to offer. You can get more information on the B&B’s Facebook page.

For a list of these and more downtown businesses, go to the Historic Downtown Branson business directory.