DC Housing & Camping

Red Roof Inn Washington DC – Rockville
16001 Shady Grove Road  Rockville, MD 20850
(301) 987-0965 or 800-RED-ROOF
This completely renovated and 100% Smoke Free inn Red Roof Inn offers flat screen TV’s in all rooms, and is conveniently located off of I-270, just 3 miles from the Montgomery Fairgrounds, 5 miles from Seneca Creek State Park and offers complimentary limited shuttle service daily to the Metro stop. $76.49 plus tax, 2 full beds – Call 800-RED-ROOF

The William Penn House is a Quaker hostel and seminar center in the residential part of the Capitol Hill neighborhood. We’re 5 blocks east of the Capitol building and a 10 minute walk from the Eastern Market metro stop. We’re also a 20 minute walk or a short bus ride away from Union Station.

We have a 10 person dorm for each gender, a 4 person dorm for each gender and one 2 person room on the first floor. The 10 person dorms are $40 per person per night. The 4 person dorms are $45 per person per night and the 2 person dorm is $50 per person per night. This included taxes. Bathrooms are shared and we have 7 showers and 5 toilets. We provide bedding and towels and breakfast in the morning. We do not have a kitchen for guests, but we do have a refrigerator and microwave.

Guests must check in between noon and nine and check out is by 10am on the day they are leaving. There is no smoking and no alcohol in the House.

To make reservations, people can email us at info@williampennhouse.org,  call at 202-543-5560 or go to our website www.williampennhouse.org.


Hosteling International Washington DC

1009 11th Street, Northwest Washington, DC 20001
(202) 737-2333
www.hiwashingtondc.org
Set in the heart of downtown DC, Hosteling International-Washington, DC is close to the White House, the Capitol, Smithsonian museums, Chinatown, Score: 16 / 30 – 17 Google reviews.


Adams Inn

1746 Lanier Pl NW, Washington D.C. 20009
(202) 745-3600
Contact Person: Ann Owens. Email: adamsinn@adamsinn.com
www.adamsinn.com
Services provided include shared and private bathrooms with showers, a small continental breakfast, wireless internet connections (limited availability), free computer usage with internet, laundry services, and linens (towels, sheets, pillows, etc).
Fee: Shared Bathroom Rates: $99-$119/night per person, $600-$700/week per person Private Bathroom Rates: $129-$149/night per person, $800-$910/week per person.
Capacity: 26 rooms available, 1-3 beds in each room.


American Guest House B&B

2005 Columbia Road NW, Washington D.C. 20009
(703) 768-0335
Contact Person: Lucia Rosan. Email: info@americanguesthouse.com
www.americanguesthouse.com
The American Guest House provides guests with linens, beds, free wireless internet service, refrigerators, private bathrooms complete with showers, free computer usage, FAX machines, and multiple other benefits and amenities.
Fee: $160-$280/night per room (some rooms can house 2 people)
Capacity: (9 rooms can house up to 2 people and 3 rooms can house up to 1 person each


Capitol City Hostel

2411 Benning Rd NE, Washington D.C. 20002
(202) 387-1328
www.hostelhandbook.com/capitalcity
Description: Capitol City Hostel is an environmentally friendly, co-ed housing option, and comes complete with beds, linens, computer service with free internet, two bathrooms with showers, full kitchen, and a TV room.
Fee: $15 to $20/person per night.


The Pilgrimage

2201 P Street, NW, Washington, D.C 20037
(202)-387-6615, Email:pilgrimage.manager@verizon.net
www.thepilgrimage.org
A Christian learning center; has kitchen, near Dupont Circle, Red line
Neighborhood: Dupont Circle
Fee: $25/person/night; 2-night minimum.
Capacity: 40 beds, groups of 10-40 only.


Shalom Place

St. Luke’s United Methodist Church
3655 Calvert Street NW, Washington D.C. 20007
(202) 333-4949
Email: office@saintlukesmethodist.org
www.shalomplacedc.org
Description: Shalom Place seeks to provide economical hospitality and service-learning opportunities to groups who want to further their understanding and experiences of social justice. It is complete with 2 bathrooms with showers, and has two large shared-living bedrooms with 24 beds total. Also comes complete with functioning kitchen, and a computer with internet. Bring your own linens, no food is provided.
Fee: 25 dollars per person per night
Capacity: Can house 10-24 person groups


St. Stephen’s Church

Newton and 16th NW, Washington D.C. 20010
(202) 232-0900
Contact Person: Brian Best (Parish Coordinator)
Email:brian.best@saintstephensdc.org
www.saintstephensdc.org
St. Stephen’s is a great meeting and housing space, which caters frequently to activist organizations and non-profit groups. No beds available, groups will require sleeping bags, blankets, pillows, etc. No showers available.
Fee: $5/person per night.
Capacity: No limit on guests, but may be limited by the number of bathrooms.


Steinbruck Center at Luther Place

1226 Vermont Avenue NW, Washington D.C. 20005
(202) 667-1377 ext 204
Contact Person: Bianca Vazquez. Email: steinbruckcenter@lutherplace
www.lutherplace.org/steinbruckcenter/hostel.html
Steinbruck Center has 36 beds — 26 bunk beds and 10 mattresses that get pulled when needed. Bathrooms and showers are available. Kitchenette available free of charge; access to full kitchen for duration of stay costs an additional $50.
Fee:$30/person/night, willing to work with groups with financial need.
Capacity: 36 people.


Washington International Student Center

2451 18th Street N.W. Washington, DC 20009
1-(800)-567-4150
www.dchostel.com/Fee
$24 / night, includes breakfast.
First night of parking free / free pickup from Union Station and Greyhound


Washington Seminar Center

Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church.4th St. SE and Independence St. SE
(202)-547-8118
www.washingtonseminarcenter.org
Bring own bedding. Has kitchen. Neighborhood: Capitol Hill
Fee: $30/person/nightCapacity: 50 beds, groups of 15+ only.


William Penn House

515 East Capitol Street SE, Washington D.C. 20003
(202) 543-5560
Contact Person: Byron Sanford (Executive Director), Email:info@williampennhouse.org
www.williampennhouse.org
William Penn House is a Quaker center for exploring and making visible the Quaker testimonies of peace, community, simplicity, equality, and truth. House is complete with 30 available beds in shared rooms, and linens, towels, and a simple daily breakfast are provided. 7 showers and 5 bathrooms are available. Fee: Individual Rate – $40/night. Group Rates – Up to 14 persons, $40/night per person. 15-19 persons, $35/night per person. 20-26 persons, $30/night per person. More than 26 persons should consider booking the whole house for $850 a night.
Capacity: Can hold up to 30 people.


Washington Theological Union

6896 Laurel Street, Northwest Washington, DC 20012
(202) 726-8800
WTU Website
HEADS UP FOR LODGING ON THE NICE AND CHEAP IN DC. ONLY 30 ROOMS AVAILABLE!
An Accredited Roman Catholic graduate school of theology and ministry.


 

Outdoor:

Cherry Hill Park (Camping and RVs)

Greenbelt Park, Maryland (Camping)


Good for shares:

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