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The Greenbrier

Fantastic Resort and the Monte Carlo style casino is wonderful!
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The Greenbrier

Not bad but for a resort with the reputation it has it's not maintained to the level. You can tell the owner is cheap and cuts corners. Not really worth $400+ per night. It is a beautiful place though they just need to step it up a little. And don't but the cheapest toilet paper available. I still would recommend it though
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The Greenbrier

Service was hit or miss - unfortunately I can count who gave excellent service. Food was very good. While I understand the historical Greenbrier decor, the hotel needs a refurbishment. Golf facilities were fine, the courses could have used a bit more tending - maybe it was all the rain?! Waterworks at the spa was very relaxing and my attendant was very nice. Shooting clays was fun and the instructor was helpful and nice.
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The Greenbrier

The outdoor property will knock your socks off with it's beauty. The infinity pool takes your breath away. The staff is awesome. Lots of history including bunkers from the cold war, and many rooms that appear that someone vomited flowers: SO much big floral wall paper and over the top draperies and paint that doesn't always work. A little restraint can go a long way way. Regardless, the food was not up to par ( amazing famous golf course) for such an historic property. Very expensive so so food.
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The Greenbrier

Like no other hotel resort experience. Everything you can think of is here, in old-money opulence and charm. Spa, movies, bowling, arcades, cold-war nuclear bunker tours, offroading, horses, it's all here, and it's all done in the fanciest classic movie era style. Literally just walking around and looking at all the fancy rooms took a whole afternoon. The golf we played was on the prettiest course I have ever seen. I can't describe it any better than that. All this being said, be aware - stuff is expensive...really quite expensive. By all means, make the trip, but do some research to know what you're getting into! If you want to feel like part of the elite, or feel like you're in a movie with Fred Astaire, you'll be fine here. If you want to preserve your wallet's contents, do your research.
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The Greenbrier

We came down for a day enjoying Greenbrier and we were NOT disappointed. The interior at first glance can seem outdated, but was completed by the Dorothy Draper and serves as an homage to the elegance of her era. The fact that everything remains as Princess Grace saw it on her visit was quite special to me. Definitely a great place to stop for an hour, a day, or a week! It needs to be on your bucket list if it isn’t already.
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The Greenbrier

I enjoyed my weekend away with my husband, but it didn’t live up to the stories I’d heard from family who have been in the past. Staying there was on my bucket list so now I can say I’ve been there and done that. My husband and I don’t gamble so we didn’t even enter the casino. We enjoyed the Italian restaurant and walking/ hiking on the property. An evening cocktail ordered under the Gone With the Wind chandelier and drunk out on the balcony was lovely however the evening diner in the main dining room feel short of expectations.
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The Greenbrier

One of my favorite places in the world. Just got back from another great stay. Hotel and staff top notch as usual. Restaurants with superb food and the Casino is always great fun. New activities every year including Polaris Slingshot, which I did not get a chance to get to but will soon as they look like great fun. The trails are all back up to speed after the '16 flood and got to hike and bike a good bit of them. Such a peaceful, beautiful place that rejuvenates both the body and the mind. Can't wait to go back.
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The Greenbrier

The staff has been amazing. The hotel is very historic and old. If you play golf the courses are beautiful. Enjoyed the bunker tour. The floral patterns are out of control in the rooms. The grounds are impeccably kept.
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The Greenbrier

We were visiting for The Greenbrier Classic PGA tour. The golf course was breathtakingly beautiful. We were also able to do a quick tour of the hotel, which was absolutely stunning both inside and out. The decor was authentic to the era it was built, and the history in the entire place was astounding. Can't wait to go back and someday stay in the hotel.
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The Greenbrier

I attended The Classic at the Greenbrier. The course was beautiful with plenty of places to spectate. I also took the shuttle up to the hotel and ate lunch at Draper's. The food and ice cream was delicious. The hotel itself is beautiful with a lot of shops and a casino.
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The Greenbrier

After another stay my review has been updated. The price is definitely worth it. Great service, great atmosphere and the casino is amazing. I bought some clothes at one of the stores inside and they fit like a glove and are much better quality than Nordstrom. A must stay. Next time will be a golf trip.
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The Greenbrier

Very big, very sedate old hotel. But when you go inside, the color scheme is crazy. All colors are fully saturated, totally bright and clash with each other. Patterns vie for your attention. Wallpapers match the furniture. Rugs vibrate off the floor. It's a carnival of color and patterns.
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The Greenbrier

The rooms are old and outdated and smell like cat pee! We are with a large group and most of the group has the same complaint. Not what I would expect for $550/night. When we called and complained, they sent a housekeeper with a spray bottle of air freshener. The grounds are cool and historic, but I cant believe how bad the amenities are! Sleep outside the resort if you can!
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The Greenbrier

The Greenbrier is a beautiful, historic property. We were here for a meeting and found the food to be excellent and so was the service. The Greenbrier is obviously quite old and some things need to be updated like the bathrooms. When you first come in and see all of the floral wallpaper it is a little overwhelming but after you've been around for a while you start to appreciate it!
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