The Greenbrier Spa

The Greenbrier Spa has been a destination since 1778, with visitors from around the region coming to “take the waters” of the curative natural springs. Today, guests still enjoy the benefits of the rich mineral waters, for which the area is famous, in the resort’s 40,000 square foot spa facility. The Greenbrier Mineral Spa contains 42 treatment rooms, segregated relaxation pavilions, a sauna, steam rooms, and dedicated Greenbrier professionals committed to rejuvenation, relaxation, and restoration.


spah2More than 50 unique services are offered including: signature Sulphur soaks, a variety of massage options, facials, hydrotherapy treatments, body fusions, manicures, pedicures, spray tanning, waxing, and more. The Greenbrier’s MedSpa offers a full menu designed to help patients achieve a natural look reflective of their own distinctive inner beauty.


spah3The spa’s services are not just for adults, either. The Greenbrier Spa offers services created exclusively for young adults to help teach techniques that will set the foundation for a lifetime of healthy skin. Their Junior Royalty Package, recommended for girls and boys ages six through 10, is for the beginning spa-goer. An all-over “taking care of me” mini-manicure and mini-pedicure allows young ones the opportunity to start out on the right foot. $110 for 50 minutes.

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