101 Main Street West, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia | 855-453-4858 | Resort Website
The Greenbrier is a luxury resort in West Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. It was built in 1913. The property offers numerous high-end amenities, including a hotel, many dining options, outdoor sports, the congressional bunker tour and a casino club.
A temporary casino first opened at the Greenbrier in 2009. The permanent casino venue, known as the Casino Club at Greenbrier, welcomed its first patrons in 2010. It is the only private casino in the United States. Proper attire is required at all times.
The Greenbrier Casino Club
The Casino Club is open daily at 1pm, except on Saturday, when it opens at 11am. It closes at 1am during the week and at 4am on Friday and Saturday nights. The casino is open to registered hotel guests, members of the Greenbrier Golf & Tennis Club, and the Greenbrier Sporting Club.
There is a dress code at The Casino Club. Before 7pm, resort attire is required. After 7pm, men must wear a jacket.
There are 37 table games of various types at the Casino Club. Games offered include baccarat, blackjack, craps, roulette and Three Card Poker. The typical minimum bet is $15.
There are two different types of blackjack games at Greenbrier’s Casino Club. Both pay 3:2 on blackjack, and doubling down before and after splitting is permitted. The eight-deck blackjack game often has a $15 minimum bet and the dealer must hit on soft 17. The six-deck blackjack game, in contrast, has a $50 minimum bet, and the dealer stands on all 17’s . Other table games at Greenbrier usually have a $10 or $15 minimum.
The casino floor hosts about 320 machines. It is a mix of slots, video poker, and video keno.
The sportsbook at Greenbrier is operated by FanDuel. There is a sports lounge to watch the games at the Casino Club. FanDuel app (online) transactions may be made at the sportsbook’s windows.
BetMGM sportsbook and online casino
Greenbrier’s licensed sportsbook-app provider is BetMGM. The app provides mobile sports betting and an online casino, with games include slots, video poker, and table games such as blackjack.
Greenbrier poker room
There was a poker room at Greenbrier before the pandemic. It has not reopened as of May 2021.
Dining & Drinks
All food and beverage purchases at The Greenbrier are subject to a 20% service charge (22% for parties of eight or more), a 6.5% Historic Preservation Fund fee, and sales tax. The Greenbrier has a dress code for guests to follow. Robes, swimwear, tank tops, cut-offs, short shorts, sweatpants, men’s hats and baseball caps are not allowed in dining establishments. Children 10 years of age and older are required to follow the appropriate dress code.
The Pizza Shoppe is available for delivery within the main hotel, legacy cottages, estate homes and sporting club homes. The coal-fired pizzas are available as 8” or 14” pizzas.
Draper’s is a tribute to Dorothy Draper. The menu includes her recipes and Southern dishes such as a fried green tomato sandwich, Crab Louis, chicken salad, and chicken pot pie, plus an ice cream and dessert bar.
Greenbrier Gourmet & Coffee Bar is open for breakfast and lunch. Greenbrier’s signature coffees, jams and salsas are available along with pastries, sandwiches and fruit to go. Springhouse Smoothies is a snack bar located next to the outdoor tennis courts. The snack bar serves smoothies, drinks and energy bars.
Swimwear is allowed only at the Rhododendron and Tree Tops cafés. Both locations are open for lunch and snacks. Located at the indoor pool, Rhododendron Café serves beers, smoothies, deli sandwiches, 8” pizzas, grilled cheese, hotdogs and nacho chips. Outdoor dining overlooking the infinity pool at Tree Tops Café features shrimp cocktail, burgers, swordfish tacos, chicken, and Atlantic salmon.
Resort Casual Dining
Resort casual attire includes collared shirts, sweaters, jackets, dress slacks and walking shorts. Exercise clothing is not allowed. Men’s hats and baseball caps are not permitted at any dining establishment. Diners are required to wear resort casual attire when dining at the following restaurants.
The Forum is an Italian restaurant featuring coal-fired oven pizzas, spaghetti, spinach and ricotta stuffed shells, fettuccine alfredo, and mushroom tortellini for lunch. The dinner menu includes chicken, eggplant or veal parmesan, angel hair with shrimp and crab, lasagna, pork chops and chicken piccata.
Located in the Golf Club, Slammin’ Sammy’s and Sam Snead’s open seasonally for lunch and dinner. Located on the upper floor, Slammin’ Sammy’s has views of the golf course, billiard tables, shuffleboard, foosball and TVs. The daytime menu features pizza, burger, hot dog, and club sandwich. The dinner menu includes crab-stuffed shrimp, fried chicken, filet mignon and burger. Sam Snead’s serves burgers, wood fired pizzas, hot dogs, sandwiches and lobster rolls for lunch. The dinner menu includes New York strip steak, lamb chops, crab-stuffed shrimp, and Atlantic salmon.
Resort casual before 7pm
Main Dining Room requires resort casual attire for breakfast. Breakfast features an omelet station, sweet potato pancakes, fresh fruit, salmon benedict and French toast.
Twelve Oaks, In-Fusion and Greenbrier Royale are located in the Casino Club. The Casino Club is open to registered overnight guests and members 21 years of age or older. Resort casual is required in the casino before 7pm. The high-end Twelve Oaks lounge serves signature and traditional cocktails, beer and wine. Food items include salads, shrimp cocktail, nachos, quesadilla and pizza from the Pizza Shoppe.
Located in the heart of the casino, In-Fusion serves Asian fusion. Its menu includes sushi bar items, soy roasted sea bass and General Tso’s chicken. Greenbrier Royale provides guests a place to grab a cocktail or glass of wine while taking a break from the casino floor.
Business Casual Dining
Diners are required to wear business casual attire when dining at the following establishments. Jackets are suggested for men. Dark well-kept denim is permitted. Men’s hats and baseball caps are not permitted at any dining establishment.
Prime 44 West honors NBA player and West Virginia native Jerry West. The upscale steakhouse features prime bone-in ribeye, Wagyu filet mignon, chilled seafood platter, salmon, sea scallops, Chilean sea bass, and spinach gnocchi.
Located next to the Upper Lobby, Lobby Bar is open through late night. The menu includes cocktails and wine alongside pizza, soups, salads, shrimp cocktail, and sandwiches. Open Friday and Saturday, Café Carleton overlooks the Casino Club. Live piano music and showtunes play between 8:30pm and midnight. The menu includes wines, cocktails, cheese and charcuterie, caviar, and oysters.
Located in the casino, 42 Below is open late night for guests 21 years of age and older. The bar and dance floor is located 42 feet below the front entrance of the Greenbrier in the Casino Club. The large drink menu includes specialty cocktails, wine by the glass, bottles of wine, beer, bourbon, whisky, and scotch. Food items include salads, appetizers, sandwiches, and coal oven-fired pizza.
Business casual after 7pm
Twelve Oaks, In-Fusion and Greenbrier Royale are located in the Casino Club. The Casino Club is open to registered overnight guests and members 21 years of age or older. Business casual is required in the casino after 7pm. Twelve Oaks is a high-end lounge. Drinks include signature and traditional cocktails, beer and wine. Food items include salads, shrimp cocktail, nachos, quesadillas, and pizza from the Pizza Shoppe.
In-Fusion is located in the heart of the casino. The Asian fusion restaurant features a Sushi bar in its center. Menu items include the sushi bar, soy roasted sea bass, and General Tso’s chicken. Greenbrier Royale provides guests a place to grab a cocktail or glass of wine while taking a break from the casino floor.
Main Dining Room is a fine-dining dinner experience. Dresses or evening suits are required for women. Jackets and ties are required for men. Dinner features live music with menu items including duck, aged steaks, sea bass, scallops, and sole.
All rooms at the Greenbrier are nonsmoking and include Wifi, a personal safe, ice service, digital newspaper access, clock radio, TV, turn-down service, lighted vanity mirror, hair dryer, and iron/ironing board. Rooms are subject to a 6.5% Historic Preservation Fund fee, 6% sales tax, 3% occupancy tax, and a $39 resort fee (subject to tax) per room per night. The third and fourth adults in a room pay an additional $50 per person per night charge.
Hotel amenities include morning coffee service, afternoon tea and concert, movies in the Theatre nightly, a champagne toast in The Casino Club, historic presentations and tours, a tennis and fitness center, wireless internet, indoor and outdoor pools, on-property transportation, the Springhouse Entertainer Cabaret, and hiking and meditation trails.
Self-parking is complimentary and valet service costs $25 per night. Pet-friendly cottages are available for a nonrefundable $250 pet fee for one pet and $350 for two pets per bedroom per stay.
Four different resort-room styles are available in the hotel at the Greenbrier. The loft-style Gable room features a double bed, with most of these rooms located above The Bunker. The Traditional, Superior and Deluxe rooms are available with either a single king or two double beds, with each room style increasing in square footage. Superior and Deluxe room types are available with ADA accessible features.
|Room Type||Starting Weeknight Rate||Starting Weekend Rate|
Classic Suites are available in four styles. Nightly weekday rates start at $307 and nightly weekend rates start at $419. The Draper Suite features one king or two double beds and a sitting area with a queen-size sleeper sofa. Added to the hotel in 1962 to conceal construction of the Cold War fallout shelter, the West Virginia Suites feature two double beds with a separate living room.
The Executive Suite features a single king bed in each of the two bedrooms, an adjoining bathroom, and a living room with a wet bar and a queen-size sleeper sofa. Garden Suites feature either one king bed or two queen beds and a living room with a queen-size sleeper sofa.
The Greenbrier offers eight unique one- to four-bedroom historic suites. When reserving Historic Suites for a non-discounted rate, guests also receive a personalized arrival call from the concierge team, fresh flower arrangements in living room areas, chocolates for each bedroom, non-alcoholic beverages and snacks upon arrival, and valet parking.
The Terrace Suites, located on the fifth floor, feature a parlor room and a rooftop terrace with a mountain view. The North Terrace Suite has one bedroom with a king bed, while the East and West Terrace Suites are both two-bedroom suites with an Oriental theme and a single king bed in each bedroom. The Treasury Suite features two bedrooms, one with a single king bed and one with two double beds.
Located on the fourth floor above the hotel entrance, the Carleton Varney Suite features a view from the parlor and two bedrooms, each with a king bed. The Governor’s Suite features two parlors, a fully equipped bar, and three bedrooms. One bedroom has two queen beds, while the other two bedrooms have single king beds.
The Greenbrier Suite features four bedrooms. Three have a single king-sized bed, while the fourth has two double beds. The suite also offers a parlor with a wet bar and a rooftop terrace. The State Suite features a bedroom with a king bed, three bedrooms with two double beds each, a high-ceilinged parlor with a decorative fireplace, a living area, and a formal dining area.
|Suite Type||Starting Weeknight Rate||Starting Weekend Rate|
|North Terrace Suite||$837||$957|
|Carleton Varney Suite||$1116||$1276|
|East Terrace Suite||$1236||$1396|
|West Terrace Suite||$1236||$1396|
|Greenbrier Suite||$1854||Rates unavailable|
|State Suite||$1854||Rates unavailable|
The Windsor Club is a wing of the Greenbrier that is reserved for the most selective guests.
|Room Type||Starting Weeknight Rate||Starting Weekend Rate|
|Windsor Club Room||$449||$489|
|Windsor Club Premium||$469||$509|
Greenbrier Estate Homes
When reserving an estate home for a non-discounted rate, guests also receive a personalized arrival call from the concierge team, fresh flower arrangements in living room areas, chocolates for each bedroom, non-alcoholic beverages and snacks in the kitchen upon arrival, plus parking at the estate home. Estate homes range from the three-bedroom Colonnade to the six-bedroom Copeland Hill.
|Estate Home||Starting Weeknight Rate||Starting Weekend Rate|
Legacy cottages range from one to four bedrooms. When reserving the Florida, South Carolina row, Baltimore row or Tansas row cottages for a non-discounted rate, guests also receive a personalized arrival call from the concierge team, fresh flower arrangements in living room areas, chocolates for each bedroom, non-alcoholic beverages and snacks in the kitchen upon arrival, plus parking for two vehicles. One-bedroom legacy cottage rates start at $419 on a weeknight and $459 on a weekend night.
The Greenbrier Casino FAQ
Is The Greenbrier Casino open 24 hours a day?
No. It is open Sunday through Thursday from 1pm until 1am, Friday from 1pm until 4am and Saturday from 11am until 4am.
Is smoking allowed at The Greenbrier Casino?
No. Smoking is not permitted at The Greenbrier Casino.
Are table games available at The Greenbrier Casino?
Yes. Baccarat, blackjack, craps, roulette and Three Card Poker.
Is there a poker room at The Greenbrier Casino?
Yes. There was a poker room at Greenbrier before the pandemic. It has not reopened.
Is there a sportsbook at The Greenbrier Casino?
Yes. There is a FanDuel sportsbook at The Greenbrier Casino.
Is mobile sports betting available through The Greenbrier Casino?
Yes. It is available through FanDuel and BetMGM sportsbook apps.
Is there a racetrack at The Greenbrier Casino?
No. The Greenbrier is the only West Virginia Casino that does not have a racetrack.
Is there a hotel at The Greenbrier Casino?
Yes. The Greenbrier has rooms, suites, cottages and estate homes available.
Are smoking rooms available at The Greenbrier Casino?
No. All rooms are nonsmoking.
Last updated: September 18, 2021