The Presidential Suite, the most spacious and luxurious of all The Greenbrier suites, is much like a home within the Virginia Wing. The suite occupies two floors and is entered through a private foyer. Features library, den with half bath, large living room with grand piano, reception foyer, private patio and an impressive dining room where The Greenbrier's famous, "Gold Service" dinners are frequently served. There are seven bedrooms, each of which is king-bedded.
The Presidential Suite held up to its name when President Dwight D. Eisenhower held the North American Summit Conference here in 1956. It has also been the residence of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Prince Ranier and Princess Grace of Monaco and many other notables of society.
Highlights of the Presidential Suite:
• Formal Dining Room
• Grand Piano
Type: Deluxe Suite | Bedrooms: 7 | Accommodates: 14 | Entertains: 200