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It was a relocation center for the U. Congress, equipped with House and Senate chambers, dorms, power plant, clinic, cafeteria… even a decontamination area.
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Spa Package. Based on this resource, for the first years, the resort was known by the name White Sulphur Springs.
It was a destination for people during the summers who wanted to escape coastal heat and diseases. The property was acquired by the Calwells, a prominent Baltimore family.
They developed the large property as a resort, selling cottages, many of which still stand today, to prominent Southern individuals.
Notable guests of the early 19th century included Martin Van Buren and Henry Clay. In , they built a huge hotel building on the property.
The Grand Central Hotel came to be known by the moniker "The White" and, later, "The Old White". During the Civil War , the property changed hands between forces of the Confederate Army and the Union Army , who almost burned the resort to the ground.
Following the Civil War, the resort reopened. It became a place for many Southerners and Northerners alike to vacation.
It was the setting for some notable post-war reconciliations. The "White Sulphur Manifesto",  the only political paper published by Confederate General Robert E.
Lee after the Civil War, advocated the merging of the two societies. The resort became a center of regional post-war society, especially after the arrival of the railroad.
Beginning in , it provided direct service to the resort's gates. Designed by British-born American architect Frederick Julius Sterner , it opened on September 25, At this time, what had for decades been a summer establishment was converted to a year-round resort, and the name was officially changed to The Greenbrier , after the neighboring county.
The neighboring town had incorporated in and adopted the name White Sulphur Springs , which the resort had previously used.
The railroad also introduced the game of golf, which became a defining feature of the resort. The first small course was opened in , and a full hole course, designed by Charles B.
Macdonald , opened at The Greenbrier in That original course is today known as "The Old White TPC". The historic Old White Hotel structure was demolished in because it failed to meet then-current fire codes.
In , completion of the north wing, crossing the original wing like a "T", nearly doubled the size of the hotel.
Just after the United States entered World War II , the resort was called on December 17, , to serve as a relocation center for Axis diplomats who were in the United States and had been interned as enemies of the United States.
The first detainees were Germans; later, they were joined by Japanese diplomats previously interned at The Homestead in Hot Springs, Virginia. The hotel served as a diplomatic detention center until July 8, The hotel briefly reopened for the season, but was soon commandeered by the U.
Army for use as a hospital. They converted the resort to a bed hospital, known as Ashford General Hospital , named for Bailey Ashford , a noted Army doctor.
The hospital opened on October 16, The hospital treated nearly 25, patients before closing on June 30, Draper oversaw every element of the design of the property in her trademark style: combining bold colors, classical influences and modern touches, and the work took two years.
The Greenbrier's reopening, celebrated from April 15 to April 18, , was an international social event of the season.
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Property amenities. Free parking. Free High Speed Internet WiFi. Casino and Gambling. Golf course. Valet parking.
Hot tub. Indoor pool. Outdoor pool. Heated pool. Fitness classes. Breakfast available. Breakfast buffet.
Tennis court. Entertainment staff. Evening entertainment. Kids club. Free shuttle or taxi services. Airport transportation.
Shuttle bus service. Business Center with Internet Access. Conference facilities. Banquet room. Meeting rooms. Couples massage.
Facial treatments. Head massage. Steam room. Convenience store. Gift shop. Non-smoking hotel. ATM on site.
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