Let me start by saying there are TONS of different types of rooms at the Greenbrier. In previous visits, my husband and I went alone and stayed in traditional rooms. This time we took the kids and we stayed in a Deluxe Room. But the list of room (and cabins) goes on and on. They even have a few places where your favorite fluffy friend can join you (your dog, that is, not an extra hairy husband). This time we opted to leave Louie at the PetsMotel and this is the room the four of us shared.
I’ll start with our entrance, which I thought was really cool to have. That is where I kept my Greenbrier box of chocolates…until my husband and daughter started eating them and then I hid the box in a drawer under my clothes. I kid you not! I do not share my chocolates people!
I usually take my hotel pictures right when we arrive so that the room looks its best, but with two teenagers along that turned out to be impossible. So these pictures were taken after we packed up and everyone left to go check out. The room looks nice, but it had not been cleaned by the cleaning staff (I quickly made the beds for the pictures). I just felt I should say that because they did an excellent job while we were there. That being said, here is the room as we left it for them. 🙂
It was a very large room with two double beds, a walk-in closet (seen below), two comfy chairs with an ottoman, a desk with two chairs (used by my husband and son for their laptops) and a television area with a mini fridge and extra drawers for clothes. We ordered a roll away bed for my daughter and still had plenty of room for everyone to get around. I prefer queen size beds, but that would be the only negative I had at all. And yes, we were watching a little bit of Back to the Future with Michael J. Fox. I love those movies!
The closet was so big, it actually served us as a changing room for privacy as well. With four people traveling and two of them teenagers, that came in really handy! Next up…the bathroom.
This was the most updated bathroom we have had at the Greenbrier. I actually like both styles because I love history, but this bathroom was quite nice. It included a marble vanity, the Greenbrier’s signature line of body care products in Sweetgrass Pine scent, a lighted make-up mirror, shower and tub, along with a phone in the toilet area (this always cracks me up). The cleaning staff did a great job cleaning, but I liked the special little touches they included when organizing our bathroom.
This was my favorite thing…they rolled up my flat iron cord perfectly and tied it with a pretty red ribbon. They also filled up our ice bucket every afternoon and left little chocolates for us in the evening turn down service. The chocolates came in cute little packages that said, “Where experiences are timeless and memories last forever”. I love the Greenbrier!