Savannah House Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSavannah House Hotel Branson
There are only two Presidential Suites in the Savannah House Hotel. My recommendation is that you try to get one if you arrive with kids. They are affordable in price when you compare other two-bedroom, two bath properties anywhere. Plenty of space (and separation) for you and the kids. Suite has a full kitchen with stove, oven, microwave, pots, pans and full-sized refrigerator (but for some reason no towels???).
Living room contained a leather couch and sofa. There are three TVs in the rooms and plenty of closet space including a large walk-in closet (you will have plenty of rooms for your bags, trust me). There is a washer and dryer in the suite with complimentary clothes soap.
Suite was clean upon arrival and each evening when we returned. The master bath room contained Jacuzzi bath and a walk-in shower.
The best (very best) part of having this room is the view. All other hotel rooms face the parking lot, however the view from the suite living room contain three large floor-to-ceiling windows facing the wonderfully landscaped entrance to the hotel property and the awesome view of the Ozarks in the distance. You can even see the Shepherd of the Hills Inspiration Tower from your room.
My complaints: The bedroom windows face out to the parking lot and the curtains did not have shears. In Suite #200 we were almost eye-level with the parked cars so we pretty much had to keep the curtains shut our entire stay for privacy. Plus they had gaps on the side which let the morning sun in, making the mornings bright (a problem if you wish to sleep in). Also, the shower heads could use an upgrade to match the quality of the room.
The A/C units were also little noisy but this was not that much of concern for us.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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