Navy Lodge is the official government lodging for military members on permanent change of station orders. Navy Lodges offer room rates at an average of 45 percent below comparable civilian hotels.

“Navy Lodges are a comfortable and safe place to stay for families on PCS orders,” said Paige Gillespie, General Manager. “Once a family initiates their household goods move, contact the Navy Lodge at your PCS destination and we will do everything we can to accommodate you for as long as you need.”

Authorized Navy Lodge guests on PCS orders can take advantage of a scratch-off card offering a 10, 15 or 25 percent discount or a free stay up to 20 nights. The discount is valid at all Navy Lodges in the continental United States until Feb. 29, 2020. Guests may use only one discount per stay. Scratch-off cards are available on base at PSD, the housing office, household goods, the personal property office, the NEX Customer Service desk or by calling the Navy Lodge Reservation Center at 800-628-9466.

Navy Lodges feature oversized guest rooms and family suites along with a lobby that promotes a fun and social atmosphere that fits the busy lifestyle of today’s service members and their families. On site amenities include vending machines, laundry area and workout room as well as children’s outside play area at many locations. Navy Lodges also offer guests free Wi-Fi, breakfast and weekly manager’s reception. Every Navy Lodge is accessible. As an added convenience, cats and dogs up to 70 pounds in weight can stay at most Navy Lodges when traveling with its owner. Guests need to contact the specific Navy Lodge regarding its pet policies.

For reservations, call 800-628-9466 or go on line at or

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