Suite of the Week: The Greenbrier’s Presidential Suite
Because it would just be a room if it slept less than 10.
Where is it? Dropped in West Virginia’s Allegheny Mountains, The Greenbrier is a 10,000-acre American institution, one of the finest retreats on the content since 1778.
The Hotel: Think plantation style, then add four golf courses, a 40,000-square-foot spa, a guests-only casino and, swear to god, a falconry program.
The Suite: Large enough to host massive soirees and with a dining room big enough for The Greenbrier’s legendary “Gold Service” dinners, the Presidential Suite has no less that seven bedrooms and seven king beds. And the list of people that has slept in them is as impressive as the proportions: We won’t bother with the run down because dropping Grace Kelly’s name is enough.
The Selling Point: You can bring your whole family and never even see them.
By The Numbers: Sleeps 14; Entertains 200.