We visited the Greenbrier for Sunday Brunch. The building and grounds are stunning and well kept. It is a 5 star resort in everyway. Thou is appears to be somewhat confused regarding it's direction. This property is a cross between a club and hotel resort. It is diffecult to get into and has many restrictions that are hold overs from the 50's. The brunch itself was well done and the food was great. The service was over the top attentive and our wait-person was very personable and professional. Highly recommended. However, be prepared, this is not just a pricy place...it is over the top expensive. Brunch for 6 eating the buffet was more than $300 with tip. The hotel itself reflects a time gone by and elegance is everywhere.