Chateau on the Lake Resort, Spa and Convention Center has captured two more awards from the meetings industry. Meetings & Conventions magazine’s highly coveted “Gold Key Award” for 2008, and Association Meetings magazine’s prestigious “Inner Circle Award” for 2008 were both awarded to the resort. Plaques commemorating the awards will be presented to Stephen Marshall, vice president and general manager of the AAA Four-Diamond resort, which stands on a beautiful Ozark mountaintop overlooking scenic Table Rock Lake.
The “Gold Key Award” is presented annually to the finest meeting properties in the world, as nominated and selected by the readers of Meetings & Conventions magazine
. Votes are based on the overall professionalism and quality of the property, and on such criteria as staff attitude, quality of meeting rooms, quality of guest services, food and beverage service, proficiency of handling reservations, availability of technical, support equipment, and range of recreational facilities. Winners will be showcased in the magazine’s November 2008 issue.
Association Meetings magazine’s “2008 Inner Circle Award” was presented to only 40 hotels and resorts. Properties were selected by the magazine’s readers for their high level of service, flexible function space, quality of food and beverage, and good value on room rates. Winners were profiled in the magazine’s August 2008 issue.
Ranked by Expedia as one of the top 50 hotels in the world for value and quality, Chateau on the Lake Resort, Spa & Convention Center offers something to please virtually anyone. Boasting an impressive 10-story sky-lit atrium that features meandering streams brimming with colorful Koi fish, the resort provides breathtaking vistas of the lake, lush gardens, and surrounding mountains. Its 301 spacious guest rooms and suites feature cherry wood beds, down comforters, tiled stone baths, dual-line telephones with data port, WiFi access (at a nominal fee), iron and ironing board, coffee maker, in-room movies and music (at a nominal fee), and in-room safes.
Information courtesy of Branson Daily News