Stay at a Navy Lodges During Vacation Travel

BY KRISTINE M. STURKIE, PUBLIC AFFAIR S SPECIALIST NAVY EXCHANGE SERVICE COMMAND

Make a reservation and save money by staying at a Navy Lodge during vacation travel. With savings up to 45 percent over civilian hotels and locations around the world, Navy Lodges are a great place to stay when traveling.

“Staying at a Navy Lodges during your vacation is a great way to keep expenses down,” said Mike Bockelman, Vice President, Navy Exchange Service Command’s (NEXCOM) Navy Lodge Program. “We offer spacious rooms stocked with all the cooking utensils you need to eat in your rooms as well as a safe environment. Plus, Navy Lodges are near on base amenities, such as the Navy Exchange, the Information, Tickets and Travel office and Navy Morale, Welfare and Recreation facilities.” Navy Lodge

In addition to free breakfast and Wi-Fi, Navy Lodge guests will find oversized rooms and family suites with living and dining area, fully equipped kitchen, premium TV channels and soft and firm pillows. Navy Lodges also offer housekeeping service, vending machines, convenient on-base parking and guest laundry facilities as well as handicapped accessible and non-smoking rooms. Navy Lodges are conveniently located near other on base amenities, such as the gym, pool and restaurants. As an added convenience, dogs and cats up to 50 pounds in weight can stay at many Navy Lodges when traveling with its owner.

For reservations, call 800-628-9466 (800-NAVY INN) or online at navy-lodge.com or dodlodging.com.

July/August 2015