Navy Gateway Inns and Suites

Navy Gateway Inns & Suites Annapolis


Navy Gateway Inns & Suites (NGIS)

2 Truxtun Road
Annapolis, MD 21402
410-293-3906

Hours
Weekdays:  8 a.m.-5:30
Weekends:  Saturdays, 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m.      
                  Sundays, 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
Federal Holidays:  8 a.m.-2 p.m. 

Check-in time is after 2 p.m. – Check out is 11 a.m.
After hours check-in:  All keys will be held at the designated key boxes located at the NGIS lobby.  Key box assignment and instruction are posted by the NGIS entrance.              

*Front Desk Hours of Operation:
          Open 7 days a week: 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
          During Federal Holidays:  8 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Welcome to Annapolis, the home of the U.S. Naval Academy and Sailing Capital of the World!  Whether your stay is for business or pleasure, we know you will enjoy the ambiance and heritage of the Navy Gateway Inns & Suites Annapolis (formerly the Visitors Quarters).

Occupying the second and third floors of the Naval Academy Club, a national historic site dating back to 1904, the Navy Gateway Inns & Suites Annapolis, is rich in tradition and Naval history and offers hospitality to a host of guests and distinguished visitors including Commanders in Chief as well as visiting military.  Navy Gateway Inns & Suites (NGIS) Annapolis is the only military lodging facility located on the Naval Academy grounds.

The NGIS, Annapolis is under the command of Naval Support Activity Annapolis and always delivers 5-Star hospitality under the worldwide Fleet and Family Readiness Program.

The Annapolis site offers 16 luxurious, custom decorated suites, including two elegant Distinguished Visitors Quarters.  All rooms are located on the 2nd & 3rd Floor.  Due to its historical structure, the facility and rooms are not handicapped accessible to meet ADA Requirements.

Amenities for regular suites
Queen-size posturepedic pillow-top mattresses on beds
Sleeper sofas
Keurig Coffee makers and condiments
Mini-refrigerators
Microwaves
Hairdryers
Smoke free facilities
Complimentary WiFi
Complimentary snacks
Cordless phones with message service
Flat screen HD television / Complimentary Premium Channels
DVD Players
Full line of personal amenities
USA Today Newspaper
Complimentary laundry facility
Community Kitchen (Fully equipped)
Designated parking
24-hour FAX service for guests:  410-293-4467 (FAX in community kitchen)

Amenities for the Distinguished Visitors Quarters
All of the above and a fully-equipped kitchen with full-size appliances.

All guests will also be able to enjoy a complimentary temporary membership at the Naval Academy Club valid during their stay at NGIS Annapolis. Upon arrival, Guests will receive a temporary membership card which is also valid for a complimentary drink / cocktail at The Alley, the fine dining establishment located in the lower level of the Naval Academy Club.

Reservations can be made by calling the office at (410) 293-3906 or by calling the Toll-Free Reservation Number 1-877-NAVY-BED (628-9233) EXT 266.  E-mail your inquiry to NGIS.NSAA.fcm@navy.mil. Reservations may also be made by visiting Air Force/Navy On-line reservation systems at http://www.dodlodging.net/Reservation cancellations must be made by noon on arrival date.

Reservations for O-7 and above (civilian equivalent):  May call the front desk during hours of operation

Lodging Patron Eligibility
Temporary Duty personnel are required to use on-base lodging when directed by their command and are encouraged to use on-base whenever available. Within each priority, reservations and assignments are made on a first come, first serve basis without regard to rate or rank.

Space Available Policy. Reservations may be made up to 30 days in advance of the arrival date for up to a seven night stay space permitting and based on actual and projected occupancy.

Priority 1 (Official Duty Traveler)
Armed Forces active duty members on TDY or on PCS and their family members (includes foster children, au pairs and foreign exchange students) or family members alone.

Armed Forces active duty members, who are single and non-primary custodial parents, during custodial or other visitation periods with minor dependent children authorized to make reservations up to ten days prior to stay (PDUSD(P&R)) memo signed March 3, 2008

Reserve Component members on a special tour of active duty or on active duty for training and during periods of scheduled inactive duty training at an installation.

U.S. DoD civilians (both APF and NAF) on TDY
U.S. DoD civilians (both APF and NAF) on PCS and their family members or family members alone outside the Continental United States (OCONUS)

DoD sponsored-foreign nationals on TDY
Families, relatives, guests of hospitalized Armed Forces members or their family members.

Honorably discharged veterans
Honorably discharged veterans with 100% Service-connected disability and the involuntary separated members under the Transition Assistance Management Program. Personnel separated under the Voluntary Separation Incentive (VSI) and Special Separation Benefit (SSB) programs for two years after separation.

Medal of Honor Recipients

Guests of the Armed Forces as determined by the Installation Commander

Priority 2 (Non-Duty Traveler - Space Available)
Armed Forces and Reserve Component members in a non-duty status and their family members. *Exception where Status of Forces Agreement takes precedence.

U.S. DoD civilians on PCS and their family members in the Continental United States.

U.S. DoD civilians in a non-duty status and their accompanying family members.

Non-military uniformed personnel of the U.S. Public Health Service and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and foreign military personnel in a duty status, when authorized by the installation Commander

Armed Forces retirees who retired from active duty and their family members. Retired Reserve Component members with pay and retired without pay and their family members.

Un-remarried surviving spouses of personnel who died while on active duty or while in retired status and un-remarried former spouses who were married to military members for at least 20 years while the military member was on active duty to the Armed Forces

Relatives and guests of Armed Forces members assigned to the installation

Room Rates:
Deluxe Suite:
     
November through April:   $95
      May through October       $101

Distinguished Visitor Suite (DV):
      November through April:   $101
      May through October       $116


Area Attractions

Short walk to USNA Visitor Center
Walking distance to historic downtown Annapolis area, St. John's College, Eastport and West Annapolis
1.5 miles to NEX & Commissary
2 miles to Navy Golf Course
5 miles to Westfield Shopping Mall
8 miles to Sandy Point State Park
21 miles to Six Flags America
32 miles to the White House, Washington DC
34 miles to Inner Harbor, Baltimore, MD
52 miles to Historic St. Michaels, MD
120 miles to Ocean City, MD

Directions
From Washington
Take Hwy 50 going East to exit 27.  Follow the signs toward the Naval Academy.  After crossing the Naval Academy Bridge, make a left at the 1st  traffic light into Gate 8.  After crossing the Hill Bridge, make the 2nd right (far end of Worden Field) onto Balch Road.  From Balch, take the 3rd left into the parking lot.  NGIS, Annapolis entrance is on the parking lot side of the Naval Academy Club.
 
From Baltimore and all points north
(From BWI, begin at I-97)
Take I-895 to I-97 South.  I-97 south merges with Hwy 50 upon entering Annapolis.  Take exit 27 and follow the signs toward the Naval Academy.  After crossing the Naval Academy Bridge, make a left at the 1st  traffic light into Gate 8. After crossing the Hill Bridge, make the 2nd right (far end of Worden Field) onto Balch Road. From Balch, take the 3rd left into the parking lot.  NGIS, Annapolis entrance is on the parking lot side of the Naval Academy Club.

From all points south
From the I-495 Beltway, take Exit 19 (Hwy 50 East).  From Hwy 50 take exit 27.  Follow the signs toward the Naval Academy.  After crossing the Naval Academy Bridge, make a left at the 1st  traffic light into Gate 8.  After crossing the Hill Bridge, make the 2nd right (far end of Worden Field) onto Balch Road,  From Balch, take the 3rd left into the parking lot.  NGIS, Annapolis entrance is on the parking lot side of the Naval Academy Club.
 
From the Eastern Shore
Take Hwy 50 West to exit 27A.  Follow the signs toward the Naval Academy.  After crossing the Naval Academy Bridge, make a left at the 1st  traffic light into Gate 8.  After crossing the Hill Bridge, make the 2nd right (far end of Worden Field) onto Balch Road,  From Balch, take the 3rd left into the parking lot.  NGIS, Annapolis entrance is on the parking lot side of the Naval Academy Club.

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