The Catholic University of America

 

Short Term Housing

 

Some students decide to stay in the Washington, DC area during times of the year when the residence halls are closed.  Below are resources for short term stays that may be of assistance to students.  Please note that inclusion on this list does not signify endorsement by the University.

 

                  

 

Centro Maria Residence
650 Jackson St. NE
Washington DC 20017
(202) 635-1697
mariaresidence@verizon.net

Centro Maria was open in 1996 as a Residence for young ladies between 18 and 29 years of age.  Life in the Residence run by the Religious of Mary Immaculate is oriented towards creating a family atmosphere.  Centro Maria is located 10 minutes walking distance from CUA.

Services Offered: Single rooms furnished with semiprivate bathrooms, meals served, wireless internet connection in several areas of the Residence, Chapel, TV lounge, communal dining room, library, laundry room, mall kitchenettes on each floor (refrigerator, microwave, etc), private parking, and a garden.

                             

Thompson-Markwood Hall

235 Second St. NE
Washington, DC 20002
(202) 546-3255
ExecutiveDirector@tmhdc.org

One hundred twenty residents are housed at Thompson-Markward Hall, which was built in 1931. The women who stay at TMH come to Washington for a variety of reasons. Many are congressional interns and staffers, women seeking or starting jobs, and university graduate students. Thompson-Markwood Hall is located near the Capitol Building.

Services Offered: Furnished single air-conditioned rooms, housekeeping services (limited), two multi-unit baths located on each floor, coin-operated laundry, television lounge, living room with fireplace, library, garden, and sundeck.

 

International Student House

1825 R St. NW
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 232-4007
info@ishdc.org

The International Student House is a non-profit organization which provides a residential experience to a diverse international community of graduate students, interns, and visiting scholars. The International Student House is located in Dupont Circle.

Services Offered: Room fees include meals, internet, utilities and laundry facilities.

 

William Penn House

515 East Capital St.
Washington, DC 20003
(202) 543-5560
dirpennhouse@igc.apc.org

William Penn House is a Quaker hostel and program center on Capitol Hill.

Services Offered: Shared accommodations, linens, towels, living room, library, computer, guest phone, gardens, and some meals.

 

The Brookland Inn        

3742 12th St. NE
Washington DC 20017
(202) 467-6777
inn@theinnatdupontcircle.com

The Brookland Inn is a newly renovated residence that is located 2 blocks away from the Catholic University/Brookland metro station.  It is a 15-minute walk to CUA.

Services Offered: One and two bedroom suites with kitchenette, microwave, mini-refrigerator, dining table, and private bathroom.                                          

 

The Remington

601 24th St. NW
Washington, DC
(202) 223-4512
remine3333@aol.com

The Remington is located in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood adjacent to the George Washington University.  The Remington provides easy access to the Foggy Bottom Metro, Main State, shopping malls, dining and historical monuments.

Services Offered: Daily, weekly, and monthly rates, furnished one bedroom suites, living rooms, dining area, wood-burning fireplaces, washer and dryer in each suite, telephone, balcony, local calls, extended cable, private mailbox, telephone accessible for computer hook-up in each unit, parking available for a fee, and fax services available if needed.

 

Adam's Inn Bed and Breakfast

1746 Lanier Pl. NW
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 745-3600
stay@adamsinn.com

Adam's Inn is a Victorian B&B on a quiet residential street.  It is located in Adams-Morgan, and is easily accessible to many attractions such as the National Zoo, White House, Convention Center, museums, and galleries.

Services Offered: Short walk to metro (Red Line, Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan and Green & Yellow Lines, Columbia Heights; ½ block to several bus lines), 26 guest rooms, 15 with private bath, free wireless internet access, some meals, Cable TV, DVD, VCR, and pay phones in common areas, air-conditioned rooms, garden patio, guest kitchen with refrigerator and microwave, guest laundry facility, limited garage parking, pet friendly.

 

Rosary House Studies
1201 Monroe St. NE
Washington, DC 20017
(202) 529-1768
rosaryhouseop@yahoo.com 

Home of the Dominican Sisters of the Presentation. They have facilities for housing young women, but space is limited. All rooms are single. Some meals are provided during the week.

 

St. Francis Friary Capuchin

4121 Harewood Rd. NE
Washington, DC 20017
(202) 529-2188

The Friary is a house of formation for the Capuchin community. All student residents are required to participate in common prayer, meals and help maintain the house. The most likely candidates are religious men. The fee includes all food and lodging.

 

Connecticut Woodley Tourist Home

2647 Woodley Rd. NW
Washington, DC 20008
(202) 667-0218

 

Washington, DC Area Hotels

If you are interested in staying in a hotel, the above link will direct you to the DC tourism website for more information about accommodations in the area.

Washington, DC Area Hostels

If you are interested in staying in a hostel, the above link will direct you a website that will aid in your search.

 

DISCLAIMER:

While we make every effort to keep these listings up-to-date, we strongly encourage you to contact residences directly in order to determine costs and services they offer.  CUA does not endorse any website, realtor, apartment, or home. The information on this site is available to users "as is", without any representation or warranties of any kind.