Wintertime Packages Available Now at The Greenbrier


WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. – (February 8, 2017): Escape the winter doldrums with a trip to the picturesque Allegheny Mountains and embrace the warm southern hospitality that has made The Greenbrier America’s Resort for more than 200 years.

Available now, The Greenbrier’s two-night Wintertime Package includes a daily breakfast buffet in the Main Dining Room, which has been serving guests since 1913, and a $100 resort spending credit per room, per night that can be used for anything from a fireside dinner to a rejuvenating spa treatment at The Greenbrier’s world-renowned 40,000-square-foot mineral spa.

The Wintertime Package is perfect for the entire family or a romantic getaway for two. Purchase the weekend package and enjoy an early check-in time of noon on Friday and an extended check-out time of 3 p.m. on Sunday. Two-night packages start at $599 on weekdays and $699 on weekends. The offer is valid today through March 18.

“There really is no place any more beautiful than The Greenbrier during the winter months,” said Jill Justice, President, The Greenbrier. “Whether you prefer to sip tea by the fire or get out and enjoy the ice skating, you won’t be disappointed with a visit to America’s Resort.”

There is no shortage of activities to enjoy on The Greenbrier’s 11,000-acre playground during the winter season. Adventurous afternoons include blanket-wrapped carriage rides through snow-covered valleys, ice skating on our state-of-the-art rink, off-road Jeep adventures on Kate’s Mountain or Jeep-pulled trolley rides throughout The Greenbrier’s historic property. Toasty evenings offer hot chocolate and s’mores by a crackling fire pit or movies on the big screen, complete with fresh popped popcorn in The Greenbrier’s cozy movie theatre.

Pull the slots or play the tables at America’s only private casino, and don’t forget the nightly champagne toast and Greenbrier Waltz, or reenergize for the year ahead at the mineral spa, which offers more than 50 treatment options.

Take a tour of the declassified Cold War bunker on property, built to house the United States Congress in the event of a national emergency, find the perfect gift for a loved one at one of The Greenbrier’s 38 retail shops or reward your palate with a dinner prepared by The Greenbrier’s award-winning culinary team at one of 12 restaurants and lounges open during the winter months.

Skiing is a short ride in one of The Greenbrier’s complimentary shuttles away, as Winterplace Ski Resort is only a little more than an hour drive from The Greenbrier’s front door.

Other popular indoor and outdoor activities include bowling, swimming in the alluring indoor pool, heated to a comfortable 86 degrees, laser tag, indoor tennis, indoor golf simulator, hiking, horseback riding, The Greenbrier Gun Club, tarot card readings, family bingo and even the ancient sport of falconry.

The Adventure Zone provides engaging activities for children ages 3-10 and is complimentary on Fridays and Saturdays from noon until 10 p.m.

“We put a great deal of effort into making sure there’s something for everybody when they visit The Greenbrier,” said Justice. “No two experiences at The Greenbrier are the same, but our nearly 2,000 Team Members make sure every trip ends with a smile and a promise to return.”

Book your getaway while rooms remain by visiting www.greenbrier.com or call (844) 479-5232 and select option 4 for the Wintertime Package.