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Holiday Inn Express
2301 Mahone Ave
Fort Gregg Adams, VA 23801
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.
Holiday Inn Express, Building 12015, 2301 Sustainment Ave., Fort Gregg-Adams, VA 23801; 804-733-4100
IHG Army Hotels is taking convenience to a whole new level, whether you’re on long-term assignment or just visiting the area. Enjoy our great rates and convenient locations along with popular amenities including free guest internet access, complimentary breakfast, on-post shuttle service, free local phone calls and complimentary weekly social events. Pets are always welcome. What’s more, you can earn IHG Rewards Club points with each stay.
Fort Gregg-Adams is headquarters of the U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command/Sustainment Center of Excellence, the U.S. Army Quartermaster School, the U.S. Army Ordnance School, The U.S. Army Transportation School, the Army Sustainment University, Defense Contract Management Agency and the U.S. Defense Commissary Agency.
Check-in for all guests to our hotel is at Fort Gregg-Adams Lodging.
IHG Army Hotel at Fort Gregg-Adams is operational 24/7. Fort Lee Lodging operates 1,425 units of transient quarters to support the installation’s training mission. Most of the lodging units are single-student quarters that provide temporary lodging for military families on permanent change of station orders. On a space available basis only, these rooms also may be used to lodge extended family members (brothers, mothers, fathers, etc.) visiting Fort Lee residents. However, the rooms must be booked in the sponsor's name and the sponsor is responsible for the actions of the room occupants. Nightly rates range from $52 to $66 depending on room size and occupancy of the room. Reservations are accepted 24 hours in advance of arrival. Reservations can be made by calling the toll-free number or by email.
Fort Gregg-Adams Lodging offers three types of rooms for their guests. Extended stay rooms are designed for long-term stays and are primarily used for families PCSing in or out. The visiting officers’ quarters are primarily used for temporary duty travel personnel at Fort Lee for training and other authorized guests. The Distinguished Visitor Quarters are primarily used for short-term lodging of senior-grade personnel. Reservations can be made up to 30 days in advance of your PCS or TDY.
Army Lodging at Fort Gregg-Adams is operational 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. Fort Gregg-Adams Lodging operates 1,425 units of transient quarters to support the installation's training mission. Most of the lodging units are single-student quarters. Army Lodging has 24 rooms which have been designated pet-friendly.
IGH Army Hotel at Fort Gregg-Adams allows pets in the lodging facility with payment of a one-time, nonrefundable $75 fee for up to five days. After that, there is a $7 charge per day.
The following list of requirements encompasses the Fort Gregg-Adams Commonwealth Communities LLC’s pet policy.
A nonrefundable fee of $200 will be charged one time for each pet that resides in the home. Payment is due at the time of move-in or at the time the pet is acquired. Tenant understands that the nonrefundable pet fee will not be used as a damage deposit.
Tenant remains responsible for the payment of any and all damages to the premises caused by his or her pet.
1. Existing residents must notify your neighborhood management office within three working days of acquiring a pet.
2. All pets must be registered at the Fort Gregg-Adams Veterinarian Treatment Facility within three working days of occupying a house or acquiring a pet. Pet owners must provide verification of a valid, signed rabies certificate and microchip number. If not available, the animal must be vaccinated and microchipped. The pet does not have to be present at the time of registration. If the pet does not have a valid, signed rabies certificate or a microchip, an appointment can be scheduled at the time of registration for the pet to be vaccinated and microchipped at a later date. This information applies to dogs and cats.
3. A pet is considered to be a domesticated animal living in association with a household. Acceptable pets are limited to dogs, cats and birds. Residents may not house exotic animals such as, but not limited to, reptiles, rodents (other than hamsters and guinea pigs), ferrets, hedgehogs, skunks, rats, squirrels, monkeys, arachnids, snakes or any farm animal. No more than three pets per household are allowed. Certain breeds of dogs are not allowed including pit bulls (American Staffordshire bull terriers or English Stafford bull terriers), rottweilers, chows, Doberman pinchers and wolf hybrids, either full or mixed-breed.
4. Residents are responsible for keeping the grounds clean and sanitary. All yards and common areas must be kept clean of pet droppings. Residents must pick up and properly dispose of animal waste via a sealed plastic bag placed in the resident’s trash receptacle and residents who walk their pet must carry a plastic bag to retrieve and dispose of any droppings. It is a violation of the pet policy for any resident to simply turn out their pet and recall it at their convenience.
5. Pets must be on leash" at all times when outside the fenced area of the home.
6. Pets shall not be tethered outside the home. Pets must be in the home or behind an approved fenced area in the backyard. No pets may be left unattended outside of the fenced-in area. Avoid leaving pet food outside for prolonged periods as it will attract vermin and pests.
7. Pets are not allowed in the pool, pool areas, playgrounds or tot lots at any time.
8. Residents will be required to remove any pet which constantly disturbs other residents, whether inside or outside the home, or prevents the landlord’s agents and employees from properly performing their duties. If a resident fails to remove said pet, when requested by the landlord, the resident occupancy agreement may be terminated in accordance with established guidelines.
9. These guidelines exist to ensure the quiet and safe enjoyment of all residents, to maintain a high-quality living environment, and will be strictly enforced by the property management staff. Prohibition extends to other animals that demonstrate a propensity for dominant or aggressive behavior such as unprovoked barking, growling, or snarling at people; aggressively running along fence lines when people are present; biting or scratching people; escaping confinement; or restriction to chase people.
10. Landlord reserves the right to establish such other reasonable guidelines as, in its sole judgment, shall be required to maintain the cleanliness of the premises and provide for the preservation of good order therein. Termination of lease may occur if there is a failure to follow the pet policy.