Below is a list of the impacts of COVID-19 at our resort and in our community. We will do our best to update you here.
Shows and attractions are open with occupancy restrictions.
The city of Branson has a mandatory face covering order for all public places.
Our Fitness Center is closed until further notice.
No Activities will not be offered until further notice.
Branson is offering limited dine-in options, but there is still a variety of restaurants doing drive-thru or curbside pick-up. Also, Door Dash is available for food deliveries.
Branson's small businesses and local stores such as malls and Branson Landing have selected stores open with restrictions on occupancy levels and hours.
Some of our additional housekeeping services have been discontinued to protect you as well as our employees.
WHAT WE ARE DOING TO KEEP YOU SAFE
- We are only allowing one person in the lobby at a time to check in.
- Take note our Public Restrooms are closed.
- Our employees are wearing mask to keep you safe and we ask you do the same before entering the building.
- Every guest is being asked to sanitize hands before doing paperwork.
- The check-in area touch points are sanitized after every guest.
- The units' touch points are sanitized after every unit with CDC recommended cleaners.
- Every piece of bed linen and terry are washed after every checkout in commercial laundry equipment.
- If you ask for service in your unit, our employees will wear a mask and you will be required to socially distance until employee has left the unit.
Effective January 26, 2021 travelers arriving in the U.S. must get tested for COVID-19 no more than 3 days before departing to the United States and show a negative test result to the airline before boarding OR 2) show documentation of recent recovery from COVID-19 to the airline before boarding.
This new order applies to all air passengers — including U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents — aged 2 years and older. It also applies regardless of the length of time spent outside of the United States.
Acceptable documentation of recovery from COVID-19 includes both a positive viral test result within 3 months of travel (or the time period specified in current CDC guidance) AND a letter from a healthcare provider or public health official stating that the passenger is cleared to end isolation.
Passengers who have tested positive for COVID-19 will need to delay their travel until they meet the criteria to end isolation; learn more here.
Need more information? Visit this FAQ page at CDC.gov.