The Branson Town Company built this elegant little hotel in 1903 with an onset of progress and the coming of the first railroad through Branson. The Hotel, which overlooks the town, was Branson’s first hotel and a meeting place for some very important people in Branson's history.
Mr. Harold Bell Wright stayed in this very Hotel while writing his famed novel "Shepherd of the Hills.“ The hotel also housed the town’s first library.
This charming masterpiece stands near the intersection of Main Street and Business 65, within walking distance to the Branson Landing and historic downtown. The Branson Hotel has provided memories for past generations and has been carefully restored, in hopes of making sure this historic landmark lives to tell its story, for many years to come.