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September 3, 2006
From journal British Visitors to Missouri/Arkansas
March 27, 2006
From journal Family Getaway in Branson, MO
May 31, 2005
The staff is very friendly, and the accommodations were wonderful. The resort also has a bus they use for group activities, which we took to a wonderful buffet breakfast at the Chateau on the Lake. The other service I took advantage of was a great price for a 1-hour massage at the resort.
Upcoming news: The resort has five buildings thus far and plans to have seven more built. They are the only timeshare on the strip, though there are a few nearby.
Branson will be adding a monorail, convention center, and huge shopping area on the old downtown Branson area. We also heard that an airport has been approved as well.
From journal Branson - More Than Just Country
February 27, 2005
From journal French Quarter in Branson
Aiken, South Carolina
October 19, 2004
Check-in was quick and efficient. And what a unit! Our two-bedroom, top-floor penthouse unit consisted of a living room decorated in a New Orleans style motif, a desk, a dining area, and an adjoining spotless kitchen. The living room opened to a large 8'x15' patio, from which we could see the sights at Celebration City. The Master Bedroom had a king bed, and an attached well-lit bath with whirlpool tub, walk-in shower, and double sink. The second bedroom had another king bed and an adjoining full bath. There was a spiral staircase leading up to a loft containing two single beds and a 3d full bath. In total, we had about 1700 sq. ft. of living space. Closet space in the bedrooms was a bit limited, but all bedroom areas (as well as the living room) had TVs. All units (even studio units) have washers and dryers. The regular two-bedroom units are just like the "Penthouse" units, except they lack the loft.
The resort is still under construction, so the amenities are still incomplete. There is no clubhouse yet, but there are two pools, an outside "grilling" area, shuffleboard courts, and a children’s play area. Even without a clubhouse, the resort is starting to develop a very respectable activities program. On Monday, a catered "Cajun style" buffet dinner was held around the pool. During the dinner, the French Quarter sponsored a "show preview", where the six entertainers came to the resort and treated us to a "sampling" of their shows. Each attendee was given a numbered ticket, and throughout the evening no less than 20 door prizes (free show tickets, and dinner vouchers) were given out to lucky winners. Other weekly activities included discounted group trips to various Branson activities, restaurants, and shows.
The French Quarter is the definition of what "Gold Crown" should be, and if you exchange here, you will not be disappointed!
From journal French Quarter
August 11, 2004
From journal Weekend to Branson
des moines, Iowa
June 3, 2004
Our one-bedroom condo was kind of tight with four of us, but it was what we expected. We actually upgraded our condo and bought a new two-bedroom while we were down there. There was some construction going on, but with our early moring risers, it did not bother us.
From journal Memorial Weekend in Branson
by Jim & Jan
May 31, 2004
The French Quarters is a high Gold Crown resort. The accommodations, as well as the amenites, were above expectations. A 90-minute presentation is required to obtain free show tickets.
From journal Ozarks
November 30, 2003
From journal 3 nights at the French Quarter