There are 710 guest accommodations at the resort - before you choose your room, be sure to look at the estate map and walking tour to get a sense of where all the rooms are located.
The Greenbrier has a wide variety of rooms for the discerning guest, and welcomes couples, groups, and families. All of its guest rooms include high speed Wi-Fi, an in-room safe, clock radios, ironing boards and irons, hair dryers, twice-daily maid service, and flat-screen TVs. Smoking is not permitted in any of the guest rooms and houses.
The most regal of accommodations at The Greenbrier are in The Windsor Club. Select guests may enjoy the multi-level suites, the private concierge, the baby grand pianos, and the ability to entertain up to 200 guests in their suites.
The Historic Suites of the hotel are suitable for up to eight guests, and entertain up to 150 people. The State Suite has an expansive foyer tiled with black and white marble, and a parlor with high ceilings. The Greenbrier Suite includes a large rooftop terrace. The West Terrace Suite boasts mahogany furniture and Chippendale chairs, and the Carleton Varney suite offers oversized arched windows looking out on the mountains.
The Legacy Cottages are where guests will find The Greenbrier’s oldest accommodations. The Paradise Row cottages were built in the early 1800s, and have always been popular with honeymooners. They are small in size, but big in Southern charm. The Baltimore Row cottages were built in 1832 by wealthy Baltimore families, and count Robert E. Lee amongst their guests. Wide porches overlook the sweeping grandeur of the North Lawn. The Spring cottages are so named for their proximity to the spring, once the focal point of The Greenbrier. They have porches that overlook the North Lawn and the golf green. The South Carolina row cottages were built in the middle of the 19th century, and have always been fashionable with prominent southern guests, amongst them Lyndon B. Johnson. The jewel of the cottage section of The Greenbrier cottages is the luxurious Florida cottage, which sleeps eight people and entertains an additional 150 people for elegant occasions.
The Estate Homes are sumptuous private residences with personal concierges. Prime among them is the Hawley Estate, which commands the property from a hilltop, and overlooks the lush West Virginia landscape. In it, antique furniture and original art grace the rooms. The Valley View Estate is great for meetings in its executive board room, and for grand meals at a dining room that seats 24 people. Copeland Hill 11 and Copeland Hill 12 Estates have wrap-around verandas for outdoor relaxation. The Colonnade Estate is grand, with columns at its entryway and a baby grand piano indoors.
The Windsor Club, the Historic Suites, the Estate Homes, and the Legacy cottage come with extras: dedicated personal concierges, fresh flower arrangements, robes and slippers, coffee and tea makers, non-alcoholic beverages and snacks, digital newspaper access, and dual-line phones. The Estate Homes and the Legacy cottages have parking and complimentary car detailing.
For families with smaller budgets, there are guest rooms and suites in the main hotel. All of them are exquisitely decorated and have marble bathrooms. These rooms can accommodate from 2 to 6 guests, and many of them are wheelchair accessible.
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