The grandeur of the Greenbrier strikes you as you turn into the main drive. Christmas trees and decorations abound. Every public room has a Christmas tree of some sort. Pointsettias number in the hundreds, and garlands ring the mantles and windows.
Looking for fun activities? You have a raft of choices. Golf (yes, the temperatures were in the 60's); tennis; off-road driving; carriage rides; trap, skeet, and sporting clays shooting; ice skating; trout fishing; hiking; bowling; a spa; casino; and of course the world famous sulphur baths.
The resort has several marvelous shops where you can buy almost anything - jewelry, clothing, books, toys, candy, the list goes on and on. The prices are rather high, but the merchandise is quality stuff.
Many dining options are available, including Jerry West's 44 Steak house, where the steaks were outstanding. Guests are encouraged to dress up for the dining rooms. The service is marvelous, everyone is courteous and friendly. They do tack on an automatic 20% gratuity on everything.
The resort offered daily entertainment. The Jingle Bell ball is on Christmas Eve. They have two movies each evening in their theater. We enjoyed a magic show and a magic workshop. They had plays, the Nutcracker and a Frozen show with Elsa and Anna.
There is so much to describe, but I conclude by saying, if you want a unique fun Christmas holiday, visit the Greenbrier at Christmas. You'll never forget it.More
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