The Greenbrier Resort

May 24, 2012

At the Greenbrier you can decide if you would like to stay in a single room, a four-bedroom estate house or even a seven-bedroom suite. During your stay you can enjoy a myriad of indoor and outdoor activities, including gaming, tennis, shopping, billiards, bowling, golf, fishing, croquet, Whitewater rafting and more.

Casino hours: 11 a.m.-4 a.m. on weekends and 11 a.m.-3 a.m. on weekdays.

Games to play: At an elegant casino requiring men to wear a sports coat after 7 p.m., some of the table games provided are: Blackjack, Roulette, Three Card Poker, Mini-Baccarat, Baccarat and Craps. Texas Hold 'Em poker tables are also available. The casino has 320 slot machines for guests.

Entertainment: Simulcast horse racing began on April 1 at the Twelve Oaks. The Greenbrier Casino Club showcases theater and culinary expertise.

Where to eat: In-Fusion serves modern Asian cuisine, has a fresh sushi bar and provides a sampling of Pacific Rim dishes. Other dining options include Draper's, which has traditional southern cuisine, the coffeehouse Café Carleton, an equestrian-themed lounge called Twelve Oaks and the Greenbrier Royale.

Where to stay: Greenbrier guests can choose from a few different room options, with features such as a private porch or patio, in-room wet bar, dedicated entertainment and dining areas and a wood-burning fireplace. Greenbrier room rates are higher from May through October and are less expensive from January through April and November through December. All accommodations include wireless Internet access, televisions, refreshment bars and more. Guests can also enjoy the services of the Greenbrier Spa and Golf Club, as well as a collection of 37 stores and boutiques. The Art Colony Shops feature hand-crafted, one-of-a-kind specialty items and fine art.

Getting there: The Greenbrier is approximately a four hour and 45 minute drive from Baltimore.

Information: The Greenbrier, 300 W. Main St., White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. Call 855-453-4858 or go to greenbrier.com.

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