Casino Club at The Greenbrier Hot

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Address
300 W. Main Street
City
White Sulphur Springs
State
West Virginia
Zip Code
24986
Country
United States
Phone
(304) 536-1110

Toll-free Number: (800) 453-4858
Rooms: 238 Price Range: $319-$545
Casino Hours:
11am-3am (Mon-Thu)
11am-4am (Fri/Sat)
1pm-3am (Sun)
Casino Size: 75,000 square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Video Keno, Video Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Three Card Poker, Four Card Poker, Let It Ride, Baccarat, Mini-Baccarat
Special Features: Casino open to hotel guests only. Dress code strictly enforced.

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Average user rating from: 4 user(s)

Overall rating 
 
4.0
Slots 
 
2.8  (4)
Table Games 
 
4.0  (4)
Customer Service 
 
4.5  (4)
Player's Club 
 
3.8  (4)
Gaming Atmosphere 
 
4.3  (4)
Amenities or Hotel 
 
4.5  (4)
Food & Drink 
 
4.3  (4)
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I'm not much of a gambler, but my wife loves the slots, though she's hardly a big gambler. The payouts, as is apparently true of all West Virginia casinos, are fairly poor. We've been there four times and each time was pretty much the same. Roulette tables (usually one, sometimes two are going) are fun. The card games are pretty lively and there are usually four or five tables of various games going. It's hit or miss as far as customer service goes. In four trips, I've been asked if I wanted a drink just twice. Player's Club is okay...you can get some nice special packages in the winter and you can build up a small amount of money on your card as you play to apply to your meals. Hotel is very nice, but recently has had to cut back on various small amenities because it has lost a good deal of money. Food is good. Very pricey.
Overall rating 
 
3.7
Slots 
 
2.0
Table Games 
 
4.0
Customer Service 
 
4.0
Player's Club 
 
4.0
Gaming Atmosphere 
 
4.0
Amenities or Hotel 
 
4.0
Food & Drink 
 
4.0
Reviewed by James Shelley February 15, 2012
Last updated: February 15, 2012

Lackluster payouts on slots

I'm not much of a gambler, but my wife loves the slots, though she's hardly a big gambler. The payouts, as is apparently true of all West Virginia casinos, are fairly poor. We've been there four times and each time was pretty much the same. Roulette tables (usually one, sometimes two are going) are fun. The card games are pretty lively and there are usually four or five tables of various games going. It's hit or miss as far as customer service goes. In four trips, I've been asked if I wanted a drink just twice. Player's Club is okay...you can get some nice special packages in the winter and you can build up a small amount of money on your card as you play to apply to your meals. Hotel is very nice, but recently has had to cut back on various small amenities because it has lost a good deal of money. Food is good. Very pricey.

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Very Nice! My wife and I spent 2 days here, and did not want to leave. A old Presidential hideaway makes this a stop for every avid gambler. Highly recommended.
Overall rating 
 
4.2
Slots 
 
4.0
Table Games 
 
4.0
Customer Service 
 
5.0
Player's Club 
 
4.0
Gaming Atmosphere 
 
4.0
Amenities or Hotel 
 
4.0
Food & Drink 
 
4.0
Reviewed by B December 05, 2011
Last updated: December 05, 2011

Nice!

Very Nice! My wife and I spent 2 days here, and did not want to leave. A old Presidential hideaway makes this a stop for every avid gambler. Highly recommended.

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Slots didn't pay out very well at all. Over the course of two nights gambling there, I put in about $100 on either $1 machines, or $0.25 machines. I might have won about 10% of my pulls. I'd not recommend the slot machines.

The table games are very nice, 3/2 odds in blackjack with what seemed to be 6 or 8 deck. Minimums on BJ were $15. Roulette had 2 tables, one was a $10 minimum and the other a $15. Double zero's on both tables. I didn't try craps or any other table game.

The Greenbrier is a very nice resort, the casino has a jacket requirement for patrons, but has plenty to loan out if need be. Don't bother driving to this place to gamble, it's reserved for resort guests and members only.

Cocktails run about $12, beers $6 and shots about $10
Overall rating 
 
4.3
Slots 
 
1.0
Table Games 
 
4.0
Customer Service 
 
5.0
Player's Club 
 
5.0
Gaming Atmosphere 
 
5.0
Amenities or Hotel 
 
5.0
Food & Drink 
 
5.0
Reviewed by Chris June 07, 2011
Last updated: June 08, 2011

Very high class casino in a beautiful resort.

Slots didn't pay out very well at all. Over the course of two nights gambling there, I put in about $100 on either $1 machines, or $0.25 machines. I might have won about 10% of my pulls. I'd not recommend the slot machines.

The table games are very nice, 3/2 odds in blackjack with what seemed to be 6 or 8 deck. Minimums on BJ were $15. Roulette had 2 tables, one was a $10 minimum and the other a $15. Double zero's on both tables. I didn't try craps or any other table game.

The Greenbrier is a very nice resort, the casino has a jacket requirement for patrons, but has plenty to loan out if need be. Don't bother driving to this place to gamble, it's reserved for resort guests and members only.

Cocktails run about $12, beers $6 and shots about $10

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The Greenbrier has a brand new 100,000 square foot casino. It opened in early July, 2010. It is only open to guests of the hotel, and a few hundred other people per day.

The Player's Club is easy to join, but the payout is not too good. The points are redeemable at the hotel for drinks, meals, etc.

There is a single zero roulette wheel in the high limit lounge with a minimum of $50.00/spin.

It was a lot of fun, good video poker machines, but no free alcoholic drinks. It is smoke-free.
Overall rating 
 
3.9
Slots 
 
4.0
Table Games 
 
4.0
Customer Service 
 
4.0
Player's Club 
 
2.0
Gaming Atmosphere 
 
4.0
Amenities or Hotel 
 
5.0
Food & Drink 
 
4.0
Reviewed by Stephen Schiller August 24, 2010

The Greenbrier Casino

The Greenbrier has a brand new 100,000 square foot casino. It opened in early July, 2010. It is only open to guests of the hotel, and a few hundred other people per day.

The Player's Club is easy to join, but the payout is not too good. The points are redeemable at the hotel for drinks, meals, etc.

There is a single zero roulette wheel in the high limit lounge with a minimum of $50.00/spin.

It was a lot of fun, good video poker machines, but no free alcoholic drinks. It is smoke-free.

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