Would you like to save as your currency permanently or for this visit only?
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.
This place is definitely not the Greenbriar, but provides good value for money. Clean and functional. The facilities are dated, but it has all of the essentials. Clean, big bed, tv, fridge, AC, etc. The staff was very helpful. The place is a little old and could use a makeover, but then it wouldn't be so inexpensive. Just be aware what you are getting into here and don't expect luxury.
Bathroom was filthy, mold on ceiling, floor was obviously dirty, door didn't close fully, worse mattress I've ever sat on, we left after 20 mins and found another hotel, do not stay here
They were happy to work with me and offered more help than I needed. Hiway workers staying on upper level were a little loud at first, kept me concerned about my kid if he were to wander...