Whenever I’m planning a trip for our family a lot of things come into play. First what we are actually going to do while we’re at our destination, our agenda but most importantly the budget. It doesn’t matter what we’re doing to the day, we’re always going to need a place to rest our heads at night. But the reality is, our hotel is where we want a comfy bed and wont be spending much time. So when items get cut in our trip budget, that is the first area the purse strings will tighten.
Earlier this month I was invited to stay as a guest at the Stone Castle Hotel and Conference Center in Branson, Missouri. The three building property is considered a budget hotel, but offers more than you would expect from what you would normally expect at a budget hotel. Every guest room includes a mini fridge, a microwave, Free Wi-Fi and on site parking. The hotel also offers hot tubs and two indoor pools, and a hot breakfast every morning in Building 2.
Standard guest rooms include queen or king beds and cost under $90. Stone Castle also offers apartment spaces with full kitchens for $120 a night, and Family Suites that can sleep up to 8 guests for under $200. But throughout the three buildings there are over 30 different themed rooms you can choose to stay in, all include a large Jacuzzi tub, queen bed and a variety of beautifully painted themes. Spend the night in a suite inspired by the Titanic, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, the Royal Court or even local talent like the Clay Cooper Show. There is a variety of options for guests to choose from and you can choose a room that fits your style.
Much like the city of Branson, the Stone Castle Hotel has it’s own flare and a variety of talent throughout it. The staff at the Stone Castle Hotel is willing to go above and beyond, and while they know that you’re mostly in town to play and just sleep at their facility they will quickly make you feel like you’re at home.
Since we were in town to check out attractions we didn’t spend a lot of time at the hotel (much like they expect guest to do). However we were able to spend some time exploring and checking out different suites within the space and the different themes. We were happy to come back and know that we had a comfortable bed waiting for us each and every night. And when I had to pull out my computer to get a little work done, the Stone Castle Hotel had some of the best internet connection I’ve had in a hotel in years.
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