Wyndham Mountain Vista
Reviews of Wyndham Mountain Vista
We just stayed a week at Mountain Vista. What a nice place. Very clean and very quiet. Would stay there again anytime. Not as close in as we like to be, but not too bad either. Other than having to check in at the other Wyndham property, there really wasn't anything negative I could say about Mtn. Vista. Highy recommend to a family.
We took my 87-year-old sister-in-law and had no trouble getting a first floor 2 bedroom. Branson is astonishing. There are more than 50 theaters, most of which seat 1000 or more. Many have 3 shows a day. And that's not to include the many "attractions" such as a full-size Titanic (complete with mini-iceberg) and Silver Dollar City, an amusement park. Even if you hate country and gospel music, you will have more than a week's activities. I concur with the previous writer about the Monday night wine and cheese (and meatballs and dips). It turned out to be a two-hour show with different performers from the big shows giving 10 minute samples. You can get autographs and DVD's without standing in line. And all for $6 per person. Unbelievable. With all there is to do (and the Christmas special activities were in full swing), we didn't spend much time at the resort, but it qualifies as 5 stars. If you have a chance to go to Yakov Smirnov, don't miss his show. You laugh, you cry, then you laugh all over again. It's clean and it's FUNNY!
Our 3 night stay at Fairfield's Branson Mt Vista in a 3 bedroom deluxe unit was terrific. Check in was easy and we happened to arrive on a Monday in time to join the wine & cheese party which was great in itself. However, the best part was the sample entertainment by numerous Branson show performers. This gave us a glimpse of talent worth seeing while we were there. Our room was fully furnished and had great space and a breathtaking view. The daily activities are too numerous to mention, but if you want to exercise or craft or golf or tour or play games, this is the place. The location is ideal, also, because one can access the many theaters via the secondary routes and avoid any traffic snarls. An added bonus was the time of year - Christmas shows run from Nov 1 through Dec 10. We took in Andy Williams; Gatlin Bros w Lennon Sisters, Jim Stafford, and a wonderful singer John Tweed. We already have plans to return to this upbeat city; you should try it, too.