MCRD San Diego Community

Billeting

The Marine Corps transient billeting quarters, offers accommodations for a mobile military/civilian population while on official government travel (TAD/TDY).

AUTHORIZED PATRONS PRIORITY STATUS

Priority 1: Personnel (military and civilian) traveling on official TAD/TDY Orders.

Priority 2: Personnel (military and civilian) traveling in a PCS status and their dependents.

Priority 3: Personnel in a non-duty status (includes retirees, official guess of the command. etc.)

MISSION

To Provide quality, affordable lodging and hospitality services that contribute to mission accomplishment
To meet established quality, fiscal, health and safety standards.
To be the leaders in Hospitality Services for the Military Community.
To efficiently manage and operate Government Quarters while maintaining “World Class” Customer Service and Accommodations.

RESERVATION POLICY

Reservations are acceptable on an as-received basis for all authorized patrons. Reservations for TAD/TDY can be made at any time. All others will be billeted on a Space Available basis, reservations for which can be made at a maximum of 30 days ahead of date of arrival. Check-in begins at 1600; check out is 1200 (noon). All major credit cards are accepted and required to hold a reservation. Space Available reservations are subject to being bumped in favor of persons on orders.

CANCELATION POLICY

All reservations are subject to an assessed charge to their credit card, if they fail to cancel their reservation at least 24 hours prior to the required check-in time.
To make a reservation, call (619) 524-4401 or e-mail: reservations@mcrdsd-billeting.org

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