Guest Book Links History to Present at The Greenbrier

White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. – (May 13, 2016) – The Official Guest Book at The Greenbrier dates back to 1913, and the first page in that book, as well as copies of pages from the VIP guest book, which has been signed by celebrities and dignitaries throughout the resort’s history, are on display in The Greenbrier’s lower lobby as part of the resort’s 238th Birthday Celebration.

The Greenbrier Guest Book  The Greenbrier Guest Book

A new Guest Book is also available for guests to carry on the tradition and become a part of The Greenbrier's rich history by creating a permanent record of their visit. The registry hasn’t been available for guests in decades, but the Birthday Celebration served as the perfect occasion for its return.

“We are extremely proud of our history, but we’re even more focused on new guests that come every day to experience The Greenbrier for the first time,” said Jim Justice, Owner and CEO, The Greenbrier. “The guest book is the perfect way to bridge those two groups together.”

Among the signatures included in the VIP guest registry are those of United States Senator Barry Goldwater, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, former United States Presidents George H.W. Bush, Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton, Princess Grace of Monaco and Howard Hughes.

The display will continually be updated to give guests a look at some of the famous guests who have enjoyed stays at The Greenbrier over the years and their impressions of the historic resort.

“Guests books are nothing new in the hospitality industry,” said Jeff Kmiec, President and Managing Director, The Greenbrier. “But taking a look back through ours provides an exciting glimpse into some of the amazing history of The Greenbrier. We greatly value every one of our guests and are proud to have a lasting record of their visits.”

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About The Greenbrier
The Greenbrier is a distinct and spectacular luxury mountain resort situated in the Allegheny Mountains in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. It’s best known as “America’s Resort” and is synonymous with world-class, authentic, southern hospitality. The Greenbrier experience, beginning in 1778 offers a luxurious respite to discerning guests from around the world. The grand scale architecture, Dorothy Draper décor, immaculate attention to detail and legendary gracious service set The Greenbrier apart from all others. Guests walk in the footsteps of Presidents, celebrities and generations of families who regard The Greenbrier as a “one of one” destination. The 710 perfectly appointed Signature Resort Rooms, Classic and Historic Suites, Legacy Cottages and Estate Homes are situated on our breathtaking 11,000-acre playground. Play five championship golf courses (including The Greenbrier Sporting Club’s private course) or experience 55+ activities including professional indoor and outdoor tennis, Off-Road Driving and Falconry. The private, guests-only Casino Club features table games, slot machines and simulcast racing. Our full-service, 40,000 square-foot world-renowned spa is widely recognized as one of the most luxurious mineral spas in the world, and our Retail Collection is comprised of 36 boutiques, shops and hand crafted works of art. In addition to The Main Dining Room, The Greenbrier Restaurant Collection is comprised of 19 restaurants, cafés and lounges featuring traditional, award–winning southern-inspired cuisine. The Greenbrier Clinic has been practicing diagnostic medicine since 1948 and in 2014 was expanded to include a full-service MedSpa and Plastic Surgery Center. With the purchase by native West Virginian Jim Justice in 2009 and a $350+ million restoration, The Greenbrier is now once again the leading luxury resort in the world.