Chateau on the Lake Resort & Spa in Missouri completes renovation

The AAA Four-Diamond Chateau on the Lake Resort, Spa & Convention Center in Missouri completed the renovation of its 301 guestrooms and suites, and the renovation of all of its smaller meeting rooms. In addition, the resort added a new Executive Board Room with new A/V and technology capabilities, and enhanced all of its meeting space (including its Great Hall ballroom) with new LED lighting, new flex-back banquet chairs, and new “linenless” meeting tables.

Situated in the Ozark Mountains, overlooking Table Rock Lake, the resort has 43,500 square feet of meeting space all on one level.

With the renovation, the resort’s guestrooms and suites now have all-new beds, Serta Perfect Sleeper plush mattresses and bedding. This includes cherry wood headboards, custom-made toppers with down insert, two types of king-size pillows and 300 thread-count sateen sheets. In addition, guest rooms and suites also now feature such new furniture as granite-top desks and bedside tables, as well as new window treatments, custom-made shower curtains, new Gilchrist & Soames bathroom amenities, and two new desk and bedside phones. Guest rooms and suites also now feature a new color scheme with tones of brown, beige and yellow.

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In addition to the new offerings, the resort’s guestrooms and suites have tiled stone baths, 37-inch flat-screen HD televisions, dual-line telephones, free Wi-Fi 1mb access, iron and ironing board, coffee maker with Wolfgang Puck coffee in the suites, in-room safes and in-room on-demand movies.

The resort’s new 684-square-foot Executive Board Room has audiovisual and technology capabilities that include a 54-inch touch-screen HD television with speakers built into the boardroom table, which can seat 20 people.

In addition to the new meeting tables and LED lighting, the resort’s smaller meeting rooms also now have new carpet and wall treatments.

The resort offers 20 meeting rooms, including the 32,000-square-foot Great Hall, and three corporate board rooms in addition to the new Executive Board Room. The resort also has a private 54-seat theater for special presentations, Internet access in all meeting rooms, a 24-hour business center, on-site Audio/Visual service, complimentary Wi-Fi in pre-convene areas and banquet and catering services. Recreational options at the resort include the 14,000-square-foot Spa Chateau. In addition, the resort has a 24/7 fitness center, two lighted tennis courts, a 24/7 year-round indoor pool and hot tub, an outdoor (seasonal) hot tub and pool, hiking and biking trails, the indoor video theater and a full-service concierge. The resort’s dining options include the Chateau Grille.

Chateau on the Lake Resort, Spa & Convention Center is owned and managed by Springfield, Missouri-based John Q. Hammons Hotels & Resorts.


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