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All reviewsshort walk to the beachprivate beachblue angels flymilitary familiesbeautiful vegetationblocked by treessteps leading downsmall playgroundaviation museumfront desklight housemilitary baseyogurtthe beach is greatair museumgreat lodgingmain lobby
Though retired military, this was our first experience with Navy Lodge. We decided to spend some time in Pensacola to go to the aviation museum on our way to south Florida. There was only availability for one night so we took it. We read that...More
Great place to stay. Single rooms or suites. Exceptionally clean, accomodating and everything at your fingertips.
If you have time, the Naval Museum is a "must see!" Everything is close by The Lodge-Commissary and the exchange.
I most definitely recommend this Lodge to stay. The staff was excellent, rooms were clean and price is very good. The hotel is dated but is well kept up. When I decide to come to Pensacola again, I will make sure to stay here.
I hope anyone who could visit penscola you will love it .the navy lodge was everything we could except. They were great at the desk they gave us great places to go eat great places but this one we planed anyone who is military will...More
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
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.