The Navy Lodge is a government lodging facility that specializes in providing Active Duty Military with high quality Lodging at a substantial savings. Eligibility requirements are extended to Reserves, Retired, DOD & International Military.
Established in 1969.
From enlistment through retirement, throughout their careers and throughout the years, we have been there for our Sailors, and we are here today. With 123 Navy Exchanges, 218 Ships Stores, 112 uniform shops and 40 Navy Lodges, we continue to serve the worldwide Navy Community. We are where our customers are in Bahrain; in Keflavik, Iceland; in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; and on the high seas. For 50 years, our quality of life mission has included operating in remote locations, providing quality merchandise at a savings and distributing a large percentage of our profits to Morale, Welfare and Recreation funds.
Company Info: Rating: 3.67
Address: Radford Blvd, Pensacola, FL, 32508 Hotels in Pensacola, FL
1. Rebecca V.
Another overnight stay on our cross-country road trip - we had a basic room with one queen bed and a mini-fridge/microwave. Decor and hotel are not five-star by any means, but the room was clean, bed was semi-comfy, and the staff was great! You can't beat the location of this place either - tucked away from the hustle/bustle of the base w/ a balcony overlooking the water and right next to some awesome trails. I would've loved to stay here an extra day or two just to enjoy the area.
12/10/12 | Link
| Rating: 4.0
2. D.W N.
Great hotel tucked away on the base and super close to the beach. We stayed here for a couple of weeks but had to leave because they were getting a bunch of newbie marines in this coming week so I guess they needed our room (despite the fact that we needed to be staying there an additional two weeks for my husbands schooling). The cleaning ladies come around every day but if you need something specific you'll have to leave them a note or something because they may/may not restock coffee/sugar/soap etc. I love that it was just a few steps from the beach and that it had a playground as we have a toddler who NEEDED that playground. The lobby was under construction and they had breakfast to go every day which was great. 3 stars because they were supposed to be letting us stay the entire month when in reality they only kept us until today. I'm not even sure if it's based on rank who gets to stay or not, but if it was, we would've still been there. My husband was there on orders (and his family was also on his orders) for school and they could've accommodated us longer. The kitchens are fully stocked with everything you need (besides an oven).
02/03/14 | Link
| Rating: 3.0
3. amy h.
Can't say it's the Four Seasons but this hotel takes care of all I need & more. It's nothing incredible as far as looks go but at $65 a night, no tax, for a clean hotel room with a good staff, a microwave, mini fridge & breakfast, I can't complain. This was my first stay at any Navy Lodge. The housekeepers kept our room very clean. No complaints with anything as far as cleanliness goes. We had a full closet with ironing board & iron. Every morning we got breakfast downstairs, they have cereal, coffee, water, hardboiled eggs, muffins, bagels, waffles & fruit sometimes. All included in the price of the stay. A/c in the room was always nice to walk into after being outside. The beach is down the steps & a short walk. There are trails nearby as well as museums. Plus you're convenient to gas & the NEX, etc.
Staff was really great, pleasant & happy to help. Wifi is good, too! My husband & I appreciate the Navy Lodge & will be back!
01/08/14 | Link
| Rating: 4.0