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All reviewsshort walk to the beachprivate beachblue angels flymilitary familiesbeautiful vegetationblocked by treessteps leading downsmall playgroundaviation museumfront deskexcellent lodgingyogurtmilitary baseair museumthe beach is greatlight housemain lobby
We enjoy staying at Navy Lodge Pensacola. Such a great location with the bay and sandy beach just steps from the back of the lodge. Navy Museum is just across the street and LightHouse right down the road. Free hotel breakfast in the mornings include...More
We were driving to Orlando and stayed here on two occasions (with two weeks) in different rooms. Each room smelled of mold / mildew. I suppose it's hard to prevent that seeing as how the Lodge is very close to the water. We've stayed at...More
Every one form the time we checked in to eating breakfast and getting our rooms cleaned the staff was awesome and so friendly. Nick had talked to me so much on the phone helping me getting rooms booked he even recognized my voice!!
Its been twenty years since I last stayed here and I can tell you its brighter,cleaner and more comfortable than I remember along with the breakfast makes for a very pleasant stay. Another added benefit,is the security since you are on a military base but...More
As a retired officer we decided to give this a try. What a great choice. Clean nice room, great staff, great view and easy to everything.
Breakfast was a bit lacking, boiled eggs but lots for the kids.
When you reserve, ask for upper floor,...More
It would be difficult as there are a few steps up and down from the boardwalk. I think there may be some accessible areas but you’d need to drive to reach them. I suggest calling or emailing the Lodge directly and inquire... More
It would be difficult as there are a few steps up and down from the boardwalk. I think there may be some accessible areas but you’d need to drive to reach them. I suggest calling or emailing the Lodge directly and inquire. I’m sorry I couldn’t be more help.