Welcome to the Lejeune Inn, an Inns of the Corps Temporary Lodging Facility. Located approximately 4 miles from the main gate on Holcomb Boulevard, it’s conveniently located just minutes away from numerous eateries, the Main Exchange, MCX Food Court, commissary, and several banks/ATMs.
The Lejeune Inn has recently underwent renovations to better serve you! Improvements include an additional three-story building consisting of 50 rooms featuring queen and king suites, 42” flat screen televisions, and more!
Permanent Change of Station (PCS) reservations may be made one year in advance; TAD/TDY reservations may be made 90 days in advance; leisure travel reservations may be made 60 days prior to arrival date. Eligible patrons include Active Duty, Retirees, Dependents, and DOD employees. Due to very high demand, reservations are strongly encouraged.
Request for WIA at Naval Hospital should come from the Command Master Chief (Wounded Warrior Barracks) or U.S. Naval Hospital.
Eligible patrons must be visiting a service member wounded or killed in action in a declared combat zone ( Afghanistan, Iraq, or South Africa).
Reservations Front Desk 910-451-3041 ext. 181
Administration 910-451-3041 ext. 184
Pet friendly rooms now available! Non-refundable deposit will apply. Please call for details and reservations, 910-451-3041.
I can not say enough about my first experience at Camp Lejeune. I am a single mom and my youngest son is being deployed at the end of this month. He was allowed to come home for two weeks and at the end I wanted (needed) to drive him back to base to spend 2 days with him and say good-by. This is a very sad time for me to have to say good-by to my son as he goes off to war for the first time. I am telling you all this because of this;
I called about a month prior to coming to Camp Lejeune to reserve a room and it was full. I continued to call up to the day I was traviling up to stay at Camp Lejeune and still- no rooms were available. The person I talked to the day I was driving up was Allen Holleman. He was wonderful!! He told me to keep calling if I wanted because there could be a last minute cancellation. So I did. I continued to call about every 2 hours, as my trip was very long. Just as I was an hour out of Camp Lejeune, I called once again to Allen and he said he was hoping I would call back because he had just had a cancellation and he was holding the room for me. Boy was I relieved!! I could stay on base close to my son.
When I arrived at the hotel, I could not wait to thank Allen Holleman in person. To my dismay,he had already gone home. So I want to tell you how wonderful he was to me! What a difference to be so close on the base and to not worry about getting lost.
When I did arrive a WONDERFUL lady at the front desk greeted us. Her name was Kim Townsen. She was so very professional and warm and polite! You have two employees that relieved alot of stress for me, and I can not thank you enough for having them there for me and others.
Please give them a big "Thank you" for me and my family!! I can not wait to come back again (on a much happier note...to see my son when he returns from Afganastan)!! - Sincerely, Judy