The White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., resort closed to guests on June 24, taking in more than 700 residents affected by devastating state-wide flooding. “We had some major damage in different parts of the hotel, and it’s taken a lot of work to get The Greenbrier back to the standard that our guests expect,” said owner Jim Justice in a press release.
Wintergreen Resort Sold to Western Resort Operator
The four-season property in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains will now be operated by Pacific Group Resorts after being purchased by EPR Properties, a real estate investment trust.
The Greenbrier Builds $30M Facility for New Orleans Saints
The AdvoCare Sports Performance Center at the White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., resort will welcome the NFL team for a three-week training camp. The facility, which was built in 90 days, includes meeting rooms, weight rooms, offices, training rooms, kitchen and dining facilities and more.
PGA National Resort & Spa Names Anthony Redd as Director of Marketing
Redd comes directly to PGA National from The Greenbrier Resort where he oversaw creative, branding and marketing.
The Greenbrier Gears Up for the PGA Tour
The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. is gearing up for next week’s Greenbrier Classic. This will be West Virginia’s first PGA FedEx Cup tournament and it takes place July 26 through Aug. 1 at The Greenbrier Resort. The course had bleachers built, increased the course distance, made the course more difficult and…
Greenbrier Casino Opening Delayed
A harsh winter has pushed back the opening of The Greenbrier resort’s 89,000-square-foot Casino Club to June and the exact date will be determined soon, reports the Associated Press. A tiny portion of the casino at the White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. resort opened in October. For the bigger version, an area in front of…
The Greenbrier Announces Golf Tournament Director, Course Upgrades
During a news conference earlier this month, The Greenbrier (White Sulphur Springs, W. Va.) resort and PGA officials announced that Tim McNeely would serve as director of the The Greenbrier Classic, the first large-scale event at the resort since the U.S. women beat Europe in the 1994 Solheim Cup. McNeely has been involved with the…
Groundbreaking Set for Greenbrier Resort Casino
A groundbreaking ceremony will be held this month in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. for the planned $25 million casino at The Greenbrier Resort. That ceremony will be held on the front lawn of the luxury hotel site. The casino, which is scheduled to open by the spring of 2010, will be built under that lawn,…
New Labor Contract Approved, Paving Way for Greenbrier Sale
Officials from nine labor unions representing workers at The Greenbrier Resort in White Sulfur Springs, W.Va. have approved a new contract by a vote of 465 to 140, The vote, which ended more than a year of talks, opens the door for a proposal from Marriott International Inc. to purchase the resort (see “Greenbrier Resort…
Upscale the Bar Menu
The 4th Annual Club Chef’s Institute, held in late October at The Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., once again delivered innovative new approaches designed to meet the original and ongoing goal of the event: introducing club chefs to culinary trends, food and techniques they might not otherwise be exposed to. One of the…
Club Chef’s Institute: Back for “Seconds”
The Greenbrier put on another great show to revive even the weariest chefs.