Army cuts room rates for overseas lodging, but resort hotels rise
SEOUL, South Korea — The Army has cut guest-lodging prices by 15 percent to 40 percent at bases in South Korea and Germany due to savings from the privatization of facilities in the United States.
However, room rates increased at full-service resort hotels like the Dragon Hill Lodge at Yongsan Garrison in Seoul.
The Army has turned over most of its U.S. hotels to large companies in an effort to save money and modernize facilities under a program called Privatization of Army Lodging, or PAL. But it maintains control of guest lodges on overseas installations because of arrangements with the host countries.
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