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3/20/2017 5:03:23 PM
Posted: 9/23/2010 4:44:18 PM EDT
I will be staying there over the weekend in a few week since I will be working at a Medical Conference at the hotel. I found it kind of amusing that when they emailed my confirmation letter, they included a dress code for everyone.

Now I've stayed at much nicer places like Ritz, Oriental, Four Season etc and didn't get notices like this. I guess since it is in WV, they worry that I'll show up in cut-off jean shorts and a NASCAR tank top in a $400 a night room BTW, I'll be in my suit anyways doing my sales thing to my doctors...

Dress at The Greenbrier
The Greenbrier enjoys the pleasure of hosting guests from all over the nation and the world. Throughout our history
of more than 200 years, many traditions have been established to make the visits of all our guests among their most
memorable experiences. The Greenbrier Dress Code is an important complement to the standards our guests expect
and which distinguish our resort.
The following requirements are considered appropriate dress in our dining and entertainment venues at different
times of the day, as well as for activities throughout the hotel and elsewhere on our 6,500-acre estate. We hope that
you will find that observance of these requirements adds to the pleasure and comfort of your visit.
Please note, Tee shirts, tank tops, cut-offs, short shorts, sweatpants, men’s hats and baseball caps are not permitted at
any of the venues.

LOBBY BAR
Morning – 6:30 pm:
Resort casual attire, including collared sport shirts, sweaters, jackets, dress slacks and walking shorts.
From 6:30 pm:
Business casual attire. Jacket suggested for gentlemen; dresses or evening suits for ladies.
Children 10 and older: Attire same as that of adults.

Main Dining Room
Breakfast:
Resort casual attire, including collared sport shirts, sweaters, jackets, dress slacks and walking shorts.
Dinner:
Jacket and tie required for men; dresses or evening suits for ladies.
Children 10 and older: Attire same as that of adults.

Draper’s, The Forum, Café Carleton,
Sam Snead ’s at The Golf Club and Slamm in’ Sammy ’s
Resort casual attire, including collared sport shirts, sweaters, jackets, dress slacks and walking shorts.
Children 10 and older: Attire same as that of adults.

Tree Tops Café
Resort casual and appropriate pool attire is customary at Tree Tops Café.
Children 10 and older: Attire same as that of adults.

Prime 44 West
Dinner:
Business casual attire. Jacket preferred for gentlemen; dresses or evening suits for ladies.
Children 10 and older: Attire similar to that of adults.


The Casino Club at The Greenbrier (Adults Only – 21 years and older)
Morning to 7pm:
Resort casual attire, including collared sport shirts, sweaters, jackets, dress slacks and walking shorts.
From 7pm:
Business casual attire. Jacket required for gentlemen; dresses, evening suits, dress slacks, dress capris for ladies.

In-Fusion (Adults Only – 21 years and older)
Morning to 7pm:
Resort casual attire, including collared sport shirts, sweaters, jackets, dress slacks and walking shorts.
From 7pm:
Business casual attire. Jacket required for gentlemen; dresses, evening suits, dress slacks, dress capris for ladies.

Twelve Oaks (Adults Only – 21 years and older)
Morning to 7pm:
Resort casual attire, including collared sport shirts, sweaters, jackets, dress slacks and walking shorts, during the day.
From 7pm:
Business casual attire. Jacket required for gentlemen; dresses, evening suits, dress slacks, dress capris for ladies.

Greenbrier Royale (Adults Only – 21 years and older)
Morning to 7pm:
Resort casual attire, including collared sport shirts, sweaters, jackets, dress slacks and walking shorts.
From 7pm:
Business casual attire. Jacket required for gentlemen; dresses, evening suits, dress slacks, dress capris for ladies.

Sports/Rec eational Activities

The Greenbrier Exercise Facilities:
Appropriate attire for exercise activity is permitted in these areas only.
Golf, Golf Academy and Tennis:
Collared sports shirts, golf and/or tennis sweaters, shirts or blouses, slacks, walking shorts, Bermuda shorts,
knickers, golf and/or tennis shorts (for tennis only). Shoes must have light colored soles for indoor tennis.
Children 10 and older: Attire same as that of adults.

Horseback Riding and Other Outdoor Activities:
Appropriate attire for the specific recreational activity is required. Jeans are considered appropriate only for horseback
riding, carriage rides, hiking, fishing, mountain biking, hunting preserve, Falconry Academy, gun club, The
Greenbrier Off-Road Driving School and at designated theme parties (group activities). Long pants or jeans are recommended
for horseback riding.

General Requirements
Robes and swimwear may not be worn outside of guest rooms with the exception of the swimming pools and spa.
The Greenbrier Dress Code must be strictly enforced to ensure the greater enjoyment of all guests. Locker rooms
are provided at both pools.



Link Posted: 9/23/2010 4:45:35 PM EDT
Be sure and tour the bunker!
Link Posted: 9/23/2010 4:45:46 PM EDT
do they have any grammar or spelling codes?
Link Posted: 9/23/2010 4:46:50 PM EDT
yeah i know there and their.
Link Posted: 9/23/2010 4:46:56 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/23/2010 4:48:02 PM EDT by Mr_Psmith]
It depends what you mean by 'nicer' ... I wouldn't say ritz or four seasons is nicer than the greenbrier.

Eta: from the pictures I have seen, that is.
Link Posted: 9/23/2010 4:47:27 PM EDT
Originally Posted By armoredsaint:
yeah i know there and their.


their dress code or there is a dress code
Link Posted: 9/23/2010 4:47:45 PM EDT
Originally Posted By SuperJanitor:
Be sure and tour the bunker!


Beat me. Was gonna say that. Try and get pics and find cool secret stuff
Link Posted: 9/23/2010 4:48:45 PM EDT
WOW

Stuffy aren't they? Whats the dress code for the bunker?

Link Posted: 9/23/2010 4:48:56 PM EDT
Probably a sad indictment of society that they have to send that out. Have fun, it is on my list of places to go!
Link Posted: 9/23/2010 4:49:37 PM EDT
Link Posted: 9/23/2010 4:49:41 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/23/2010 4:54:01 PM EDT by Derek45]
Link Posted: 9/23/2010 4:50:11 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Malone:
Originally Posted By SuperJanitor:
Be sure and tour the bunker!


Beat me. Was gonna say that. Try and get pics and find cool secret stuff


i will do, thanks for the reminder to bring my camera- maybe i'll get a few shots of ghost roaming the hallways or dining areas at night

i think the place is over 230 years old?
Link Posted: 9/23/2010 4:52:18 PM EDT
The Homestead is the same way the wife and I go occasionally to both. I don't see what the big deal is. Both of them have been opening up to conferences that may bring in people who may not understand the dress codes. If this was a conformation for a conference you are going to this may be the case.
Link Posted: 9/23/2010 4:55:09 PM EDT
They told me they completed an $8 million addition to the casino, it will be cool to check it out even though I don't really gamble.
Link Posted: 9/23/2010 4:57:25 PM EDT
Full Battle Rattle and gear for the Bunker Tour?
Link Posted: 9/23/2010 4:59:14 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Chokey:
do they have any grammar or spelling codes?




Damn, you beat me to it!
Link Posted: 9/23/2010 5:40:55 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Aimless:
I have friends who probably don't know what kind of dress is considered appropriate at a place like that.


I'd wear something like this.....

or this:
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