In order to ensure the comfort and safety of all our guests, we ask that you please abide by the following guidelines:
Please ensure all overnight guests are registered at Guest Services and be mindful of your guests, as they are your responsibility.
Please be a good neighbor and keep noise to reasonable levels. To prevent any disruptions to crew rest or work/rest cycles, all Shogun Inn facilities observe “Quiet Hours” at all times.
Weapons, ammunition and flammable liquids are prohibited in rooms.
Please keep all pets in our pet friendly family units. If one is not available, we will gladly assist you in getting in contact with our outstanding Karing Kennels, located here on Kadena. Guests who violate this policy will be charged a $150 fee based on expenses incurred to return the room to available inventory. Pets must be removed immediately. Once cited, guests who violate this policy are subject to eviction as determined by the Lodging Manager.
All Air Force facilities are “Smoke Free”. Guests who violate this policy will be charged a $150 fee based on expenses incurred to return the room to available inventory.
To ensure health and safety standards are being maintained, housekeeping staff must have access to all rooms. Please do not display “Do Not Disturb” sign in unoccupied rooms.
Kadena offers many outstanding dining opportunities. However, if you feel the urge to prepare meals, please ensure you are lodged in a guest room with kitchen capabilities. Please don’t forget to wash all used pots, pans, dishes and utensils. Unfortunately, the use of hot plates is strictly prohibited in all rooms.
Guests are responsible for washing dishware and cooking utensils if provided. Housekeeping does not provide this service. Additionally, guests must clean stoves and refrigerators of all food and debris after use and prior to check-out.
Guests that leave excessive amount of unwanted items are subject to a deep cleaning fee of $150.00.
We offer many telephone options to “keep in touch”, but please keep in mind phone calls are not free.
To help us maintain our facilities in the best condition possible, all guests are financially liable for any excess damage incurred to the property during your stay. Please report all incidents involving the loss, damage, or destruction of Government property in Shogun Inn facilities.
Awareness and personal integrity are keys when it comes to energy and water conservation. Individual efforts combined together with the efforts of others strengthen our ability to shift funding to other needed projects, which improve the quality of life and keep us from more stringent limitations on water and energy use such as rationing.
Turn Stuff OFF (TSO): Anything that consumes electricity also produces heat. TSO is the smart easy way to improve the comfort of your home or office. Turn off appliances, televisions, lights, air conditioners, fans, computers, and other electronics when not in use. Guests are asked to minimize use of lighting requirements and turn off lights in unoccupied areas/rooms.
Water Conservation: Guests are not authorized to wash vehicle engines or use degreasers in Lodging areas due to the absence of basins to catch oils/lubricants. Guests should use the car wash near the gas station which recycles water and has basins to capture the oils/lubricants. Washing of vehicles is authorized if nozzle hoses are used and no more water is expended than a typical shower. Due to the base wide Water Conservation Project, at times you may experience low water pressure.
18 WG HVAC Activation/Deactivation Policy
Air Conditioning Deactivation for centralized HVAC MFH units and Dorms:
(a) No later than 28 December.
(b) Beginning in December, A/C may be deactivated when the outdoor 7-day average high temperature is below 73°F (23°C). Once A/C is deactivated, it will remain deactivated for a minimum of 7 days prior to activation of heating.
Heating Activation for centralized HVAC MFH units and Dorms:
(a) Beginning in December, heat may be activated when the outdoor 7-day average high temperature is below 65°F (18°C).
(b) Once heat activation begins, it will remain activated for a minimum of 30 days.
Heating Deactivation for centralized HVAC MFH units and Dorms:
(a) Beginning in January, heat may be deactivated when the outdoor 7-day average high temperature is above 65°F (18°C).
(b) Once heat is deactivated it will remain deactivated for a minimum of 7 days prior to activation of air conditioning.
Air Conditioning Activation for centralized HVAC MFH units and Dorms:
(a) No earlier than: 1 March.
(b) Beginning in March, A/C may be activated when the outdoor 7-day average high temperature is above 73°F (23°C).
(c) A/C activation will not begin within 7 days of heat deactivation.
Lodging Cooling (Minimum Thermostat Settings): Occupied hours: 76-80 °F (24-27° C)/ Unoccupied hours: 80°F (27°C)
Lodging Heating (Maximum Thermostat Settings): Occupied hours: 65-70°F (18-21° C)/ Unoccupied hours: 60°F (16°C)
NOTE: Guests in Bldgs. 328, 329, 331 and 437 must insert room key in HVAC control unit located next to thermostat to activate heating and cooling for these rooms within authorized ranges. Guests are reminded to remove cards when room is unoccupied. HVAC is centrally controlled in Bldgs. 300, 325, and 714 IAW policy and temperature ranges listed above. Guest with in-room HVAC units/controls are requested to comply with 18 WG policy.