In the trellis parlor, a tree surrounded by white poinsettias is clad in lavender and teal decorations, white lights and cherubs.
The elegant cameo ballroom is surrounded by four trees adorned with large clear glass bulbs, icicles and bells. Gold-and-white plaid ribbon weaves through the branches and white poinsettias surround the trunks. A cherub holding either a harp or a horn tops each tree. Garland begins at the top of the exotic chandelier and runs across the ceiling in several directions with lights along the way.
"I decided 10 years ago to take the garland from the chandelier over," Conte said.
From there she continued the tour to the celebrity corridor, where two trees are decorated with huge slivers of silver ribbon and sprigs to match as well as lots of large butterflies with silver wings flecked with shiny black beads.
"When you decorate a tree at The Greenbrier, you have to think large," she said. "We use ribbon and ornaments of a particular size. These trees are bright because the celebrity corridor is dark."
In the north parlor, pink poinsettias surround two trees decked out with pink-and-blue ribbon, peacocks, butterflies and fireflies.
Cafe Carlton has two trees adorned in red velvet bows.
Anywhere you walk throughout the mammoth resort is bound to lead to lovely holiday decor.
However, when the sun goes down, be sure to check out the grounds outdoors.
"The tree out front is 60 feet tall and has 12,000 lights," she said. "It's a cut tree and was donated from Greenbrier County."
There are numerous other outdoor trees as well as assorted light displays: a manger scene, jack in a box, Santa fishing from a boat with a couple of elves, Santa in his sleigh with reindeer, and a soldier shooting a cannonball that erupts in a sea of fireworks.
An impressive light display decorates the springhouse, a symbol of The Greenbrier since 1835 with its reported healing waters. A dozen pillars are wrapped in white lights and the top is lit in green. Lights in the center appear to be flowing like a stream of water.
Conte said The Greenbrier's holiday decor can be enjoyed until Jan. 7, when decorations will begin coming down.
Contact writer Charlotte Ferrell Smith at charlo...@dailymail.com or 304-348-1246.