Reservations are taken during current operational hours. For reservation availibility and additional information, please contact the hotel directly.
Army Lodging Ansbach offers a variety of accommodations for our Service Members;
Family Apartment: $135.00
Extended Stay Standard: $115.00
Standard Room: $110.00
* Pet Friendly Room: $50.00 additional non-refundable one time fee plus an additional $3.00 per night per pet.
Reservations guaranteed with a credit card are held until 11:00 AM the following day.
Non-guaranteed reservations are held until 1800 on the day of arrival.
Guaranteed reservations must be canceled by 1600 (Local Time) the day of arrival. Guests not cancelling a guaranteed reservation will be charged a no-show fee equal to one night's room charge.
Guests are asked to follow COVID-19 preventative measures:
- Please wash or sanitize your hands upon facility entry.
- Please be respectful of physical distancing of at least 6 feet between you and those not in your household.
Below is a list of eligible personnel authorize to stay with Army Lodging:
*For a complete eligibility listing, see AE Regulation 600-700. The AE Regulation 600-700 takes precedence in an event there is a conflict with this listing.
1. U.S. military personnel on Active Duty (AD) when assigned to or on temporary duty (TDY) in Germany.
2. U.S. National Guard and Reserve Component (RC) personnel on AD in or TDY to Germany.
3. Persons attending a U.S. military academy while assigned to perform duty in Germany.
4. Family members of AD U.S. military personnel assigned to or on TDY in Germany who possess a Department of Defense (DOD) Identification Card.
5. DOD appropriated fund/non-appropriated fund (APF/NAF) civilian employees working full time in Germany and their Family members (with DOD Identification Card) that reside in the same household. This category includes those employees who are on TDY in Germany as well as APF/NAF seasonal employees at the Edelweiss Lodge and Resort for the actual period of their employment.
6. U.S. military personnel and DOD APF/NAF civilian employees assigned to non-Germany locations in Europe or North Africa, and their accompanying dependent Family members, while on leave in Germany.
7. U.S. RC personnel assigned or attached to a troop program unit in Germany when performing battle assemblies (formerly inactive duty training), rescheduled training, or equivalent training while in individual mobilization augmentation status or any other duty status under Title 10 of the United States Code.
8. DOD contractor personnel that have been accredited with SOFA status as TE/AS/TC or TC-IT personnel as specified in AE Regulation 600-700, Chapter 7, Section I.
9. U.S. and other NATO-country citizens (excluding German nationals) employed exclusively by military banking and educational institutions with limited SOFA status who are compensated in U.S. dollars and not ordinarily resident in the host nation as specified in AE Regulation 600-700, Chapter 7, Section III, and their accompanying Family members.
10. Members of Household of authorized personnel, as defined in AE Regulation 600-700, Chapter 8.
11. American Red Cross personnel who are stationed in Germany, as specified in AE Regulation 600-700, Chapter 9.
12. United Service Organization and United Seamen’s Service personnel who are stationed in Germany, as specified in AE Regulation 600-700, Chapter 10.
13. Unaccompanied Family members who reside in Germany and either possess a DOD identification card that authorize them to receive individual logistical support in Germany or a Zollbescheinigung (pink card) that authorize them to use U.S. Forces sales facilities in Germany, as specified in AE Regulation 600-700, Chapter 11.
14. Retired U.S. military personnel, and veterans who are 100 percent disabled, and their accompanying eligible Family members who either reside in Germany or who visit Germany for more than thirty (30) consecutive days and who have obtained a Zollbescheinigung (pink card) from a German Customs office.
15. NATO military and civilian personnel (excluding German nationals) assigned to NATO International Military Headquarters and their eligible Family members, as specified in AE Regulation 600-700, Chapter 17.
16. Military personnel or members of the civilian component and their eligible family members who are from Belgium, Canada, France, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom and who are assigned to (or on TDY in) Germany (to include those who are performing liaison functions with AFRICOM, EUCOM, USAREUR, or USAFE).
17. Bona Fide guests who are invited by and accompany an authorized patron.
May U.S. Army Retirees and/or U.S. Residents traveling in Germany stay at a
lodge? If they reside within EUCOM-Yes Traveling from CONUS, they must be in
Germany for 30 days before being eligible to use Army Lodging facilities.
- Room Amenities
- 2 flat screen LCD televisions in suites
- Reclining chair or pull out couch
- Suites have a table with 4 chairs
- Desks with power and internet connection
- Full size ironing board
- Hair dryer
- Private restroom with tub/shower
- All suites have a full private kitchen include a dishwasher, microwave oven, refrigerator, coffee maker, sink, dinnerware, cookware and utensils.
- High speed internet connection WLAN and WIFI
- Queen-sized pillow top bed
- Common Area Guest Services
- Free Wireless internet throughout the facility
- Guest laundry room
- DSN phone line access
- Fitness room with standard exercise equipment (by appointment only due to COVID restrictions)
- Sunrise continental breakfast 6:30-9:30 a.m. Monday - Friday and 7:00-9:30 a.m. Saturday, Sunday and U.S. Holidays.
- Coffee, hot chocolate, and tea available 24 hours a day to hotel guests
- Public restroom
- Luggage storage
- Vending machines
- Public printer
Check-in time is 3 p.m. and check-out time is 11 a.m. Please return the keycard to the reception desk.
- Room Payments
A credit card must be on file to guarantee reservation past 6 p.m. on date of arrival and is required at check in. All guest accounts must be settled upon checkout. Long term TDY and PCS guests pay every 10 days. Service member Families on Army Transient Lodging allowance must submit appropriate paperwork prior to check out or will be charged for their stay.
- Additional Information
Electricity is 220 volts only.
- Frequently Asked Questions
1. May U.S. Army Retirees and/or U.S. Residents traveling in Germany stay at a lodge?
Non-Defense Force Europe individuals can stay if they utilize Army Lodging that they must have the appropriate German customs documentation which is only available after being in country 30 days. Regulatory reference is AE600-700. U.S. residents traveling in Germany are allowed to stay under leisure travel as long as they have a valid I.D. or a local sponsor.
2. Where is the closest airport?
Nurnberg Airport, approximately 45 minutes by car.
3. Is there an airport shuttle service available?
4. Where can I find directions to the hotel?
5. Is there an online reservation option?
Please email email@example.com directly for reservation requests.
Army Lodging Hospitality Programs is passionate about providing quality hotel accommodations to America’s Soldiers, Families, Retirees, and civilians. Army Lodging is your choice for official and leisure travel. Our guests include Department of Defense travelers on official business, as well as military members and their Families traveling on Permanent Change of Station orders. Retirees and Military Families can also make reservations when the facilities are not required for official travelers. Army Lodging is available throughout the United States, Europe, Korea, and Japan at 46 on-post locations.
Military personnel on orders must receive a Certificate or Statement of Non-availability from Army Lodging prior to staying in an off-post hotel in order to be reimbursed for lodging expenses.