|Distance to city center||0.9 mi|
|Nearest Airport||Lewisburg Greenbrier Valley|
|Distance to airport||7.0 mi|
beautiful place to escape
Loved the setting and the grounds the most. From our greeting with a glass of champagne (peach tea was also an option) to the fascinating bunker tour to a lazy afternoon by the infinity pool to a morning run around on a path circling the grounds to bowling and shuffleboard to the charming artist colony shops to our morning coffee on a beautiful terrace, we made the most of the Greenbrier. A two night stay suited us well and gave us time to explore and enjoy the property. Lots of beauty in the surrounding area, but you can also just enjoy not going anywhere else while you're there.
Lots of dining options, but we found them to be overpriced and the service was slow. Just remember to factor that into your budget. Also lots of cool activity options, but most of them were at an extra cost that was prohibitive for us.
History lives here
Having been around in one form or another for almost 200 years makes The Greenbrier feel permanent (in a good way), but also let's you step back in time to gentility, southern charm, bold florals, cold war bunker, towering oaks and mountains. Dorothy Draper's froufrou florals are part and parcel of The Greenbrier, and part of stepping back in time. Service is wonderful, friendly and attentive. Rooms are large and comfortable.
The Forum Italian restaurant needs to improve its cooking. Chicken piccata was thick and oily. Service from the kitchen was very slow, though our wait staff was delightful. And the Hostess had a sour attitude, as if she were doing us a favor by honoring our reservation, and selecting a table.
Amid the breathtaking Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia, The Greenbrier is a National Historic Landmark and world-class resort that has been welcoming guests since 1778. The natural mineral springs lure visitors to an 11,000 acre luxury retreat. Visited by 27 U.S. Presidents, the resort has long been a destination for royalty, celebrities and business leaders. This renowned property offers 710 rooms, including 33 suites and 96 guest and estate homes historically decorated from 1946 to 1960 by Dorothy Draper, a pioneer in interior design. Surrounded by stunning mountain views, The Greenbrier offers exclusive services and amenities such as championship golf, fine dining, more than 55 activities, designer boutiques, a world-renowned mineral spa, and a 103,000 square foot casino and entertainment venue. Guests can “take the waters” and enjoy the restorative properties of native sulphur water spa treatments with state-of-the-art therapeutic experiences featuring the finest products and stress-relief therapy, or head to the Greenbrier Center for Cosmetic Surgery offering world class cosmetic surgery performed in a state of the art facility with exclusive 24 hour concierge care and the luxurious amenities available for all guests of The Greenbrier. Weddings at The Greenbrier are a major event. With every inch of the property swathed in timeless class and sophistication, The Greenbrier Wedding Team knows just what to do, offering multiple wedding packages, and a full service planning experience from sampling delicious cuisine to planning a departure by horse and carriage. Nothing is too big or too small.
Based on 89 reviews
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|Lewisburg Greenbrier Valley||7 mi|
|White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia||404 yd|