The natural mineral springs that drew the first guests over 235 years ago continue to lure visitors to the 11,000 acre luxury retreat.
The Greenbrier combines a graciousness of the past with exceptional modern comforts expected by today’s travelers. Sprawling Colonial Revival architecture, meticulously manicured gardens, ballrooms, sweeping staircases and lavish décor drapes every surface. Fine dining at eight distinct restaurants, designer boutiques and galleries, pools, tennis courts -- and uncompromising hospitality and service -- are all hallmarks of The Greenbrier experience.
The resort offers 710 guest rooms including deluxe suites and private guest and estate houses. It features 10 grand lobbies, 40+ meeting spaces and a complete conference center facility.
A lengthy selection of leisure pursuits -- over 55 activities -- is designed to satisfy a wide range of interests. Championship golf, with four courses open to guests, represents just one of many exclusive services but has proven to be the most popular. As for other relaxing endeavors, the springs and its restorative sulphur waters are integral to The Greenbrier’s world-class Mineral Spa and many of its signature treatments. The Greenbrier Clinic is known for its personalized health care. And the Casino Club – where “Monte Carlo meets Gone with the Wind” -- is an elegant gambling venue with a full menu of evening entertainment.
At The Greenbrier, timeless tradition is woven into each guest experience. Whether you’re interested in a day visit or a week-long vacation, all are welcome to enjoy the legendary luxury and historic elegance of America’s Resort.
Fallout 76 – Mission Greenbrier Valley: Featured in Bethesda’s Fallout 76 under the name the Whitespring Resort. This iconic resort has been recreated in digital form for players to explore.
The Main Dining Room
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The Pizza Shoppe