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Temporary Lodging Facilities, MCCS, Camp Hansen
Shawn Street Bldg. 2504
Camp Hansen Unit 35023
FPO, AP 96373
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With certain military moves, you may find yourself looking for housing that’s a little less permanent before making long-term arrangements. There are several temporary housing options that may be right for you. Explore the information about temporary housing facilities including allowances, lodging rates and eligibility.
If the incoming service member is not eligible for advanced housing, he or she will be responsible for making temporary lodging facility reservations for arriving accompanied personnel and their families. If on-base lodging facilities are not available for the expected arrival date, he or she will need to obtain a Certificate of Non-Availability to book temporary lodging reservations off-base.
Make sure that reservations are secured 30 days prior to the family’s arrival. Copies of the service member’s orders and area clearance/dependent entry approval are required upon check-in.
TLF shortages during peak season: During the peak relocation season, there is a short supply of temporary lodging at government rates on- and off-base. During the past two relocation seasons (May ─ September), there have been periods when no temporary lodging was available at the established government rates for inbound and outbound families.
We anticipate a TLF shortage during this permanent change of station season as well. Therefore, we strongly recommend making TLF reservations as early as possible.
With the exception of service animals, no pets are allowed at any Marine Corps temporary military lodging facilities, so you may be required to make kenneling arrangements for the incoming member’s pets.
The Shogun Inn at Kadena Air Base provides pet-friendly rooms for incoming families. Note: a Certificate of Non-Availability will not be provided due to pets.
Temporary Lodging Facilities (on base)
Westpac Inn and Lodge, Camp Foster: DSN 315-645-2455 or commercial 011-81-98-970-2455. Email email@example.com or visit the website.
Camp Courtney Lodge: DSN 315-622-9578 or commercial 011-81-98-954-9578. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website.
Camp Hansen Lodge: DSN 315-623-4511 or DSN 011-81-98-969-4511. Email email@example.com or visit the website.
Futenma Cul de Sac Inn: DSN 315-636-2112 or commercial 011-81-98-970-5555 (wait for the dial tone, then dial the seven-digit number). Visit the website.
Note: this facility does not permit children.
Shogun Inn, Kadena Air Base: DSN 315-632-1100 or commercial 011-81-98-962-1100. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website.
The family lodging facilities give priority consideration to those individuals in a PCS status traveling with their families. Other categories will be accommodated on an availability basis. Have the member bring a copy of his/her orders, a government issued identification card and a method of payment upon check-in.
Eligible patrons are those who have a valid military-issued identification card. The family lodging facilities give priority consideration to those individuals on a permanent change of station status traveling with their families.
The Transient Billeting Facilities give priority to those individuals traveling in a Temporary Additional Duty (temporary duty travel or temporary duty assignment) status. Other categories will be accommodated on an space-available basis.
Bring a copy of your orders, if applicable, your ID Card and a method of payment upon check-in.
No pets (dogs and/or cats) are allowed in any on-base Marine Corps military lodging facilities. Pets are authorized to stay at the Shogun Inn, Kadena Air Base, if pet-friendly rooms are available. Contact your sponsor for assistance if traveling with pets.
Dogs coming to Okinawa are subject to very strict control by the Government of Japan. The quarantine process is a minimum of 6 months (180 days) and it is recommended you begin the process immediately. A dog can serve the quarantine prior to arrival, but only if very strict conditions are met. See the USA Vet Page for more information: click here for more information.
A dog can serve the quarantine duration on a military installation if the owner is assigned to military family housing and the pet will be restricted to an on-post family housing unit. Since 1 in 3 families will be living off-post, please consider the risk associated with bringing a pet to the island before the quarantine process is completed. Pets are not considered a factor when family housing assignments are made and you could be housed in the local community where quarantined animals are not allowed. The expense of kenneling a pet on-post for the quarantine period can be EXTREMELY high. Kenneling can cost a minimum of 25 dollars a day.
On-base Temporary Lodging Facilities are normally limited to 30 days maximum. For a family of four, the base facilities will cost about $150 per day for lodging only.
To get directions to any of these facilities from your port of entry, ask your sponsor or call the lodging facility.