La Quinta Inn Branson on the Strip

Address: 1835 West 76 Country Blvd, Branson, Missouri, 65616, United States | 2 star hotel
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    Historical Traveler Reviews La Quinta Inn Branson on the Strip

    Great Value, Great Location, Excellent Stay


    We were looking for an inexpensive place for our recent stay in Branson. I booked this hotel through for $45 dollars a night. Considering the price we were not expecting much for our stay. That being said, this hotel far exceeded our expectations! The rooms were clean, good sized, well appointed, the hotel was in a convenient location, and the complimentary breakfast was awesome! Even allowing you to make your own waffles! There is a nice indoor pool and whirlpool, and the staff was extremely helpful with directions and such during our stay! We will be returning!

    Great place to stay


    we stayed here twice in march of 2006. it was great both times. they have a really good breakfast which consists of 3 different kind of cereals, boiled eggs, doughnuts, and even waffuls that you can make yourself, not vthe frozen kind. the pool is so wonderful. it was vwry warm and clean and so was the hot tub. the deck was freshly painted just before we arived. everyone that works there will go out of your way to make sure you are happy. they have a great show called the haygoods that plays in the theater there and you get a discount if your stayiong in the hotel. also there is a starbucks that you also get a discount at that is right there. a good hint is to try and get a room in the interior by the pool they are great. we will always go back to this hotel.

    It got the job done


    About what I would expect for an average Branson hotel. They don't go above and beyond, but there aren't any glaring deficiencies either.

    Room was fine, though the walls must be pretty thin because you can hear everything if there's someone next door. It was clean though. Plenty of parking. An okay location, though you can get a lot closer to Silver Dollar City, if that's what you're looking for. Continental breakfast was fairly extensive-- waffle maker, cereals, breads, bagels, juice and coffee. Good pool and sauna. Fitness center needs a major makeover-- they've got what appears to be a 1982 exercise bike and a 1992 treadmill.....and no fan, so it gets very warm in there.

    As I say, nothing fantastic, but it gets the job done.

    Comfortable Family Hotel


    We just returned home from Branson and stayed at the La Quinta. It was an enjoyable experience. The room was clean and fairly quiet. The staff was exceptional and always willing to help. The continental breakfast was adequate and Todd, who always made us a fresh waffle, was very helpful and considerate. We truly enjoyed our stay in Branson and will return in the future.

    Decent hotel


    we stayed at this hotel on thursday and friday last week in may. very nice room , very quiet and hotel staff we very nice. would stay here again.

    one suggestion would be to let the pool stay open till 12.00 or 1.00.

    after getting back from a show you only get about 1 hour of fun in the pool or spa. one complaint in general about branson, were are the mountains, if you go to see them you'll be disapointed, there are none.

    Wonderful experience


    I was really unsure what to expect as far as quality goes because of one review I read about this hotel, but I have to say that I was very impressed. This was somewhat of a last minute trip and this La Quinta was exactly what we were looking for. We wanted a nice, affordable hotel with an indoor pool. The room was what I would consider to be a typical size hotel room with 2 Queen (I think) size beds. It was very clean. I have 3 kids and they always bring extra blankets & pillows. I was so impressed after we got back to our room the 2nd day. It was obvious that housekeeping had been there because they had made our beds and replaced our towels, which should be typical, but what caught my eye was that she had folded all of our personal blankets and pillows and arranged them on the bed to make it look nicer. I know that seems silly, but it was just something a little extra that I would not have expected her to do. Anyway, again, this was the perfect little mini-vacation for us. The kids enjoyed the pool like crazy and I loved how the shallow end was only 2 ft so my 4 year old could play in it and we could sit in the lounge chairs and feel confident that he could stand up. The continental breakfast was perfect too....definitely all you would need to be satisfied til lunch. We will be coming back to this hotel EVERYTIME we go to Branson!!

    Used to love Branson until we stayed at La Quinta


    We have went on an annual trip to Branson for the the past six years. It was a wonderful fall get away. This last year our reservations were at La Quinta Inn, Music City Centre. We booked more than SEVEN months in advance. It obviously was not enough time for them to get a no smoking room. I am allergic to smoke. They never said anything to me. I ended up sleeping in the car. But worse than that to start the night off. We were out a show having fun and came back and turned down our covers and there was POOP, yes FECES on the sheets, blankets and covers. I called the desk and explained the situation. He was very put out that I would ask for sheets and not sleep in the ones there. After the third call I said I would come and get the sheets. He said no and finally brought them. I changed them myself and he was the rudest of the rude. The crappy sheets stayed on the outside hallway until 2:00 pm the next day. The shows at Music City were great!! I just felt that an apology or something was due for putting me out in the car and having to change sheets.

    Great Stay !!!!!


    Absolutely the best place to stay in Branson!!! Room was extremely clean, wonderful heated pool and the pool, too, was soooooooo clean. Excellent Fitness center. Just an awesome place to stay. Not too expensive and just a great place to stay. Was right on the strip with several nice places to dine and shop. Excellent breakfast with plenty of options. Nice location. Super nice employess. Just a great stay!!!

    Music City Centre was great!


    Music City Centre La Quinta was absolutely great! The people were very nice and the room was so clean. Everything looked new! We loved the pool and indoor waterfall. The shows at the Music City Centre theater (The Haygoods show and the Red Skelton show) were the best shows we saw in Branson... plus we got a discount to the shows because we were staying at the La Quinta. We'll be back!

    Just right for our stay!


    We loved the La Quinta. Not only was it incredibly clean (we kinda wonder if it is either new or completely refurbished, because EVERYTHING was shiny & bright!), but it was walking distance to lots of appealing restaurants (Applebee's across the street; Outback a block or so; Rib Crib next door;Starbucks basically in the same building). The room was very spacious & included a very large overstuffed chair uncommon to this level hotel. The continental breakfast was very nice w/ a wider variety than most. It costs a few $$ more than the hotel we moved from, but we really, really liked it & would readily return.

    TripAdvisor Reviews La Quinta Inn Branson on the Strip

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