Greenbrier Seeks New Guests for Resort That Hosted Rockefellers
There are plenty of vacancies at the Greenbrier resort nowadays. On most nights this year, more than 600 of the luxury hotel’s 721 rooms have been empty even at $300, half the cost of high season. One restaurant has been shut for a year after a major renovation failed to woo patrons. That would have been unimaginable when the historic West Virginia resort was among a few dozen in the U.S. with a five- star rating, and was a staple on the social circuit for the likes of Judy Garland, the Vanderbilts and the Rockefellers.