The Greenbrier resort in West Virginia offers accommodations in rooms, suites, cottages and estate homes; casino and gaming facilities; golf and tennis; and a mineral spa. Guests can also enjoy fine dining at a number of restaurants, shopping in designer boutiques, and a program of indoor and outdoor activities, including carriage rides, archery, bowling and history tours. The resort's events calendar includes fashion shows, seminars, concerts and sporting events.
The Greenbrier is a National Historic Landmark and a resort, occupying 10,000 acres of land that includes natural mineral springs. In addition to 710 luxury rooms and suites, the resort offers 96 cottages and estate homes. The larger homes can sleep up to 18 people and entertain up to 200 guests. Greenbrier's restaurant collection includes the Prime 44 West steakhouse, The Forum Italian restaurant, and the In-Fusion adult-only Asian restaurant, which is located in the Casino Club.
Sporting facilities include five golf courses and a golf academy offering private lessons and group clinics. It also features a tennis club that offers five outdoor and five indoor courts, tennis clinics and lessons. Howard's Creek, which flows through the estate, offers a mile of fly-fishing, and guests can fish for bass, sunfish and catfish on Swan Lake, near the golf club. Greenbrier also arranges trips to nearby locations for activities, such as canopy ziplining, paintball activities and whitewater rafting.
The Casino Club offers 320 slot machines, horse and dog simulcast racing, and 37 table games.