Melody Lane Inn

2821 W. Hwy 76
Branson, Mo 65615

This Branson hotel is on Country Music Blvd, within walking distance of 10 shows, 10 restaurants, and shopping(Tanger Mall, Grand Village across street).

Guests of Melody Lane Inn can purchase tickets to local performances from the front desk. Guests of this Branson hotel can enjoy full access to the seasonal outdoor pool. A complimentary Continental breakfast is available each morning in the lobby. Shuttle service to and from the airport is available (surcharge). Self-parking is free on site.

This smoke-free Branson hotel is right across the street from the Grand Palace Theatre. Ripley’s Believe It or Not, Veterans Memorial Museum, and White Water Theme Park are within 3 miles distance. The Yakov Smirnoff Show and Dixie Stampede Dinner Theatre & Show are both within a four-mile radius. Table Rock Lake is just eight miles away.

Melody Lane Inn is a two-story hotel with 140 guestrooms, which have exterior access. All rooms come equipped with clock radios, table and chairs, and cable TV. King rooms include a sofa. Guestroom telephones feature voice mail and free local calls. Irons, ironing boards, and wake-up calls are available on request.

A complimentary Continental breakfast is provided each morning for guests of this Branson hotel. Melody Lane Coffeeshop - Coffeeshop and café. Open daily for breakfast.

Amenities and Services:

Located on Hwy 76
Walk to shows, Restaurants, Shopping
Complimentary Continental Breakfast
140 guest rooms
Help Desk Available 24 Hours a Day
Smoke Free Property
Swimming Pool - Outdoor (Seasonal)
Laundry Facilities
Cable TV & Air Conditioning
No Pets Allowed


Prime Spot For People Watching!

Written by Jerm

This past Friday I decided to take my grandmother to Branson to see The Great American Songbook. We decided we would stay the night in Branson and return home on Saturday morning. When I am choosing lodging in Branson or any place for that matter I always think about the purpose of going that particular time. This time since it was just my grandma and myself the purpose was for fun and to visit. When we visit we also like to have a place where we can have a prime people watching location. PW is our favorite activity! LOL! I have passed by the Melody Lane motel on the strip many times and the wooden swings out by the road have always enticed me. This time I decided that this was the place for us. When we arrived at the Melody Lane the lady at the desk was very eager to find me some sort of a discount even though I didn't ask for one. She ended up giving me a discount, on account of grandma, for AARP. She didn't ask to see anything or even to see grandma. With that discount, all the taxes, etc. our room came to $65.99. I didn't realize how big the Melody Lane really was. It stretches clear to the back and around. Some of the immenities of this motel include a swimming pool/hot tub and a continental breakfast. We didn't use either of those things. The room itself was just your clean, basic motel room. One thing they didn't have that I like in a room is a coffee pot. I came prepared with my own coffee pot, 2 glass mugs, and all the coffee fixings. After the show that evening, we came back to our room made a pot of coffee, and my grandma had brought a pan of brownies down with us to have as a late night snack. We took our mugs of coffee and our brownies up to the swings that are sitting right next to the road for our visiting and people watching experience, LOL! When we got there all the swings were full but someone got up and left leaving us their swing. We really enjoyed sitting out there watching the cars zip by and listening to the thump, thump of the radios. I thought we were going to "out do" the other people sitting in the swings with our glass mugs of coffee and our brownies, BOY WAS I WRONG! The couple sitting next to use were enjoying a beer, and a large group of women on down the line were enjoying a FULL bottle of wine, with REAL wine glasses. BUT, we did enjoy watching them "attempt" to walk back to their rooms, ROFL!! We sat out there until 12:30 and had a really good time. So if you are nosey like me and want a place to watch everything going on then this is the place for you.

As far as food that evening before going to the show we ate at Quizno's and had a cup of soup and we split that new black angus sandwich that they are advertising on TV. It was really good!!