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The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
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  • If you would like an experience for the entire family or just a romantic getaway- this trip is for you! The Greenbrier staff makes you feel special and wanted. It is a luxurious vacation on a hard wor...  read more »
  • Falcons and hawks are beautiful birds and to watch the trainer work with them was a treat. The one she took out followed us along the train and responded beautifully. Got to have one land on my arm! 
  • We happened to run into a group of people who wanted to see the presentation of the falconry so we joined them. It truly is a sport of Kings. It cost us 180.00 but well worth it. I have been to The Gr...  read more »
  • Location is great, service is great, food is great. Second night my air conditioning quit working which keeps me from giving the venue a five star rating. I would like to return outside of a conference setting in order to enjoy more of the amenities.
  • Room was lovely. Dinner at The Forum was disappointing. Three entrĂ©es took forty minutes to reach the table. One pizza was fresh from the oven, but the other two (a filet and chicken parmesan) suffered a prolonged delay under heat lamps and were overdone. Management stopped by the table four times to apologize, interrupting incessantly, but never offered to discount the meal. I left dissatisfied by an experience that was not worthy of The Greenbrier name.
  • The rooms are pretty roomy, and comfortable and the place as a whole has a slightly antique feel to it. The price was maybe a little bit too expensive, but the ability to walk around the resort like a museum maybe makes up for that. During my stay, on of the patrolling guards was being a huge jerk, and didn't know the hours of operation of the gym he was supposed to be patrolling around. He still kicked me out, not sure why. If anyone from the Greenbrier staff is reading this, please talk to Christopher Sellin and teach him how to do his job.
  • From driving in you know you are about to embark on an amazing experience! It is elegant, fun, and relaxing. There is a dress code. However, it was not a bother whatsoever. The staff is courteous and friendly. The casino was fun . Pretty good options. Food was great . I loved the feel of drappers restaurant; Upscale and vintage. The outdoor endless pool was so much fun. Definitely family friendly. Was there on a business trip but would visit again.
  • Biggest waste of money. The couples massage was over $500, for a massage very similar to others I've paid $100 for. The food is okay, but don't bother buying an alcoholic beverage because they're going to add a tax of over 30% to it. Despite paying over $400 a night for a room, you also pay a $25 resort fee and a $27.89 historical preservation fee for each night. The historical preservation fee is added to everything you purchase. You would think the exorbitant cost of the room and other hotel purchases would cover these two things. The staff was nice, but you feel like you are paying for them to be nice given the amount of money you're spending. The place is beautiful, but I've seen just as beautiful at B&B's in Charleston and other locations for far less.
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