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Stayed two nights as respite from Bike-camping across the Gulf Coast. Room was large, clean and quiet, and entire facility is right on the Gulf. Breakfast was very good, and staff went out of their way to accommodate me & my bicycle.
Lodge is now...More
The room was decent, the only problem was the top cover of the blanket had old blood on it, and the air conditioner had mold growing all over it. But the room was clean other wise. I am giving it a 4/5 because the private...More
The room was wonderful, and the staff was exceptional! It is a short walk to the beach, and about a 3 minute drive to the Naval Aviation Museum. Highly recommended for anyone visiting Pensacola. We will return!
We have stayed here 3 times the past year, and overall are very pleased . The rooms and facility is basic, but very clean with friendly, helpful staff. How can you beat a room overlooking the Gulf, with free breakfast ? My one major concern...More
Stayed in a 2-bedroom cottage. Excellent location very close to the beach. Only parts of the beach are designated for swimming however there are long stretches for walking on the white, squeaky sand. Three separate days while walking along the beach we saw stingrays, about...More
Response from Carla G, General Manager at Navy Lodge PensacolaResponded 4 December 2017
We are so glad you enjoyed your stay on NAS Pensacola. From your description it seems as though you stayed at the Oak Grove Cottages, but nonetheless we are happy you had such a positive experience and will be sure to pass it along...More
I think it was the storms. I was there in mid-January this year and the water was not brown at all.
I am from an island and the water at the beaches there got brown whenever there was a storm or heavy rain.