Navy Geteway Inns and Suites saves you and the Navy money
WASHINGTON – Service members and DoD civilians can save money on official travel (i.e. permanent change of duty station, work-related) by staying at Navy Gateway Inns & Suites.
With more than 24,000 guest beds at military installations worldwide, NGIS offers lodging services for individual and group temporary duty travelers, Department of Defense civilians, Space Available (leisure) travelers, retirees, reservists and their sponsored guests.
NGIS offers affordable lodging rates that support the continuing reductions of command travel expenses. Average lodging rates range from $32-$77, with varying rates depending on location. Supporting NGIS ensures that travel funds provide the opportunity for improvements to Department of Defense lodging
operations and facilities for the warfighting community.
NGIS provides a professionally managed, business-based lodging program for all military and civilian travelers. NGIS contributes to and supports mission readiness with quality lodging services for a mobile military community.
“Every Navy traveler has a responsibility as a steward of taxpayer dollars to ensure that federal funds are used for purposes that are appropriate and cost effective,” said Commander, Navy Installations Command, Vice Adm. William French. “While budget cuts and travel restrictions continue to be a challenge for
everyone, there are many benefits to staying at Navy Gateway Inns and Suites for your official lodging needs. They offer value, convenience, great accommodations, service, and very affordable rates.”
Those staying at NGIS can expect a business lodging environment; in-room amenities to include internet access, air conditioning, cable television with premium channels, DVD player, telephone service, microwave and refrigerator; business center, wi-fi, housekeeping services, vending machines, guest laundry
facilities, handicapped access and all guest rooms are non-smoking. Free in-room coffee and newspapers as well as convenient on-base parking are also available.
“Staying at NGIS not only provides great lodging at great prices, but it also offers the convenience of other base amenities,” said Tammy Davis, Navy Lodging program manager.
Active duty military, retirees and family members can visit the Navy Exchange. Morale, Welfare and Recreation offers discounted tickets to area attractions, swimming pools, golf courses, beaches, movie theaters, youth centers and other great MWR activities taking place on base. For catering and conference needs,
personnel should contact the host region for particulars on reserving a conference center.
Reservations at Navy Gateway Inns and Suites are made on a first-come, first-serve basis without regard to rate or rank. Nonduty reservations may be made up to 30 days in advance for up to a seven night stay by calling 877-NAVY-BED (enter the first three letters of the base) or by making reservations at http://
dodlodging.net. TDY reservations may be made at any time by phone or at the website as well. Group reservations ensure all group arrangements receive individual attention and all mission requirements are met.
NGIS partners with Navy Lodge to maximize on-base government lodging for TDY travelers and to ensure travelers have every opportunity to stay on base while performing training or meeting mission requirements. Reservations can be made at 800-NAVY-INN (800-628-9466) or www.Navy-Lodge.com.