Greenbrier Resort’s Elite New Club

The historic Greenbrier hotel, a 7,000-acreresort established in 1778 in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., unveiled the Windsor Club this fall, featuring new rooms and VIP services. The two-story Windsor Club has 26 rooms (from $650 per night) and a seven-bedroom Presidential Suite ($25,000 per night), and provides exclusive access to the Virginia Room, for dining and drinks, and a private terrace and garden. Other Windsor Club benefits include preferred dining reservations, a personal concierge, and private check-in. Guests also can enjoy the hotel’s other attractions, which include four golf courses, a spa, shops, and a casino. (800.453.4858, www.greenbrier.com)

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