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Thursday, October 22, 2009

Hilton Promenade at Branson Landing

Planning for a family Christmas Vacation this year? How about going to Branson for this holiday season? There is a package called "It’s a Wonderful Life" and the rate starts at $329 per night.

If you want to experience an ultimate holiday getaway for shopping, perfect relaxation and endless entertainment, book your stay at Hilton Promenade at Branson Landing. With receipt, a Branson Landing passport which is loaded with shops discounts are treats that you will surely love.

It also includes a treatment at Aspire Medical Spa which you would love to experience for self-pampering. When you bring your family, your children will enjoy the "Story Time" with Mrs. Claus in the lobby of the Hilton Branson Convention Center Hotel. It will be exciting for the children especially when Santa himself will deliver presents to the guest rooms, right? This is possible if you book the "Santa’s Coming to Town" package.

The package rate starts at $189 per night. This rate is already a good deal for an exciting holiday experience for the entire family. They also have "Polar Express" package and the rate starts at $289 for a family of four. This package includes a deluxe accommodation and a first-class excursion on the Polar Express. For more information, visit the Website today.
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