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If your active duty military, do they still want you to be 21 to rent a hotel room?

I am currently stationed in Pensacola, Fl and I will be taking leave in about a week. I would like to visit my family before I leave for Korea. I would also like to take my girlfriend out to the beach for the weekend. Would there happen to be some bend in the rules for this maybe

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1. Teekno
That's up to the hotel management. You'll have to call them and ask.
2. Chuck
I doubt you would have much luck with a large chain. You could try working with travel agency on base to make the reservations. You might also get a parent to make reservations for you.
3. I know EVERYTHING!
Your best bet is to use the travel agency on post. They can hook you up. Also there are many "vacation" spots all over that are military only and discounted as a result. Check with them and they will let you know.
4. Mrsjvb
most hotels will allow you to be 18 if you are Active duty but some also require you to be on orders, and have a statement of Nonavailability from the base.
5. MAJ Kev
You know ..... why are you not checking with the hotel, for christ's sakes????

How in the hell are any of us supposed to know what the hotel policy is for a hotel that you you do not even identify?

I just give up ....
6. ed
you just have to have a valid drivers license and some cash money and mabe a friend behind the counter ...
7. Goose
Why don't you try calling a hotel!
8. lana_sands
Call around, You will find one.