Built in 1923 and nestled in the Ozarks, the Honeymoon Hotel has a history colored by names of the famous and infamous. Harry S. Truman spent several nights at the 7-bedroom hotel with his friend "Boss Tom" Pendergast, head of Kansas City's notorious Pendergast Machine, which was instrumental in getting "Give 'Em Hell Harry" elected to various positions early in his political career. The property was also a mob hangout during the Prohibition era when gangster Al Capone was a notable guest. A former owner even found a loaded gun buried in the wall of the kitchen. The property overlooks Lake Taneycomo, known for year-round trout fishing and tourism.
Sleep every night where Harry slept for just $1,500,000.