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1. Georgetown University Residential Living

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Georgetown University Residential Living
Price / Quality
5
Available services
5
Location
5
Possibility of parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: 100 Harbin Hall, Washington, DC 20057

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 687-4560

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Emily Thayer: The 'Georgetown Intern Housing' Program has been very disappointing. The program itself is highly unorganized, the rooms are dissatisfactory, and quite frankly this program was falsely advertised in many respects. I would recommend to any potential resident of 'Georgetown Summer Housing' to pursue other options and save yourself the trouble.

2. 1959 E Street Residence Hall

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7 reviews
1959 E Street Residence Hall
Price / Quality
5
Available services
5
Location
5
Possibility of parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: 1959 E St NW, Washington, DC 20052

Telephone: (202) 994-2552

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St. Jude Thaddeus: Dangerous at night and not near anything that's ever open.

Ihasgum Mojang: meh

3. College Hall

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21 reviews
College Hall
Price / Quality
4.9
Available services
4.6
Location
4
Possibility of parking
4.6
Wifi
4.1

Address: 2205 4th St NW, Washington, DC 20059

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM Thu

Telephone: (888) 600-4660

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Review: "As a resident, you'll enjoy your stay."

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Tyler Davis: Living in College Hall South has been a wonderful experience. The management is always extremely helpful to residents in need. The rooms are very spacious and the building is overall cleanly. I highly recommend College Hall South to students pursuing housing on Howard University’s campus.
Response: Hi Tyler, We appreciate your positive review about your recent experience with us! We hope to be of service to you again in the future. Best wishes, College Hall North/South

Brianna Bennett: College Hall is a great establishment! The staff is professional, kind, and goes above and beyond to assist its residents. The location is convenient and the amenities such as the laundry room, lounges, and recreation room make for a comfortable and fun stay. I've had the pleasure of staying in both College Hall South and College Hall North on numerous occasions and was duly impressed.
Response: Brianna Bennett, thank you for your kind review; we are happy to pass along your comments to the team here at College Hall North/South! We hope to be of service to you again in the future. Best wishes, College Hall North/South

Niambi Smith: College Hall dormitory is a safe, clean, and friendly place to reside. There are cool amenities that every resident has access to such as the recreational room, fitness center, on-site laundry facility, vending machines, technology center, and beyond. As a resident, you'll enjoy your stay.
Response: Hi Niambi Smith, thank you for taking the time to leave a review for us at College Hall North/South. We're happy we could meet your expectations!

Daphne Christopher: After reading the reviews, I certainly hope that Howard University is taking the concerns of the students seriously. Parents are sacrificing to send their kids to the Best HBCU, we are also expecting the best in their housing situation. That being said, when we know better we do better. The students deserve to be respected. Please allow them to concentrate on their academics.
Response: Hello Daphne Christopher, thank you; we appreciate your feedback! College Hall Staff will continue to improve our services provided to the residents of College Hall. Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment as these reviews will help us get better as a staff and Residence Hall! -College Hall Management

Kimberly Monroe: My stay at College Hall was great. The staff was very friendly and always answered questions about the campus and amenities within the building. I definitely recommend anyone to stay at College Hall during their tenure at Howard.
Response: Hi Kimberly Monroe, we are very happy to have provided you with such a positive experience!

Ash: Management is unprofessional. When I moved into my 10,000 room for the year old Chinese was left from the semester before. Showers are unbearabley small. Water fountains rarely work. A/C or Heat it's a 50/50 chance you will have it for the duration of your stay. Front door never work, mine as well not have a key card. 9/10 people staying here are funded by parents and they treat parents that come to help kids move out like criminals.
Response: Hi Ashlee Riggins, thank you for taking the time to let us know about your experience. Our goal is to keep our residents safe and comfortable as they excel in their academics. We are disappointed to hear that you are not satisfied with your stay at College Hall.

Inez J: I stayed in both College Halls (North and South). I loved the experience. The staff is awesome and I would definitely recommend!
Response: Thank you Inez for taking time to leave a review! Reviews like this give us motivation and help us ensure we provide high-quality services. Have a great Spring Break!

TAKE ME OUT TO THE GOGO.: Very nice place recommend people to send students for great schooling

Alicia Johnson: My experience at College Hall was great ! The staff is very helpful and they have great amenities . Highly recommend
Response: Hi Alicia! Thank you for your kind review; we are happy to pass along your comments to the College Hall team. We are pleased to hear that you enjoyed your experience!

Maryellen Camili Rezende: Hi, Monday June 15th, I forgot my SanDisk black and red flash drive in the first computer of the South College Hall I-LAB. There are all my education files in this flash drive. If someone has found it please contact me because these files are really precious to me. Thanks :)

4. International Student House of Washington DC

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International Student House of Washington DC
Price / Quality
4.2
Available services
4
Location
4.7
Possibility of parking
4.4
Wifi
4.2

Address: 1825 R St NW, Washington, DC 20009

Telephone: (202) 232-4007

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Review: "Almost all residents are in their twenties."

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Penny: This place was terrible and overpriced, I had to move out after a few weeks. The rent price included 2 meals per day, but the food was so bad. I often had to eat out; management was very very slow in addressing residents issues, and the Wi-Fi is only strong in some part of the building
Response: Thank you for having stayed with us and for sharing more details about your experience. We're sorry to hear about your experience with us. We appreciate the feedback and will look into how we may be able to improve some of the issues you raised.

Aman Kumar: Experience: double for a month in Van Slyck hall during the month of September Pros: Relatively affordable Food (breakfast and dinner) Proximity Kind staff and students Shared supplies Group events Democratic in terms of menu selection Cleanliness for bathrooms is pretty decent (shared) Quiet, limited noise issues Cons: Poor responsiveness from management Initially sneaky fees (application ($50 one-time), linen ($75, one-time), resident services ($85, one-time) Overcrowded shared fridges Quality of food is highly variable Wifi is close to absent in some rooms including the one I lived in Breakfast is later than ideal (0 food available at 6 AM) Mismatched furnishings in rooms Residents can be temperamental Several laundry machines do not work (cold setting, laundry comes out hot) Only one microwave for warming food Yes I understand it is dorm style living. Doesn't mean you should lower your expectations so steeply.

Varsha Thebo: Highly, highly recommend this place to all the international as well as domestic students and/or young professionals who find themselves in DC. You’ll feel right at home!

Alessandro Lumina: I've been living at ISH for a couple of months during an executive university Summer program on 2009, great place and great people!

Samuel Breslow: I stayed at ISH-DC starting in summer 2018 and had a wonderful overall experience. LOCATION (5/5): Dupont Circle is a fantastic neighborhood — it's safe and pleasant with tons of food options, a very central location, and easy transit access. The metro stop is about a five minute walk from ISH-DC, plus there's a Capital Bikeshare station right outside the door. COMMUNITY (5/5): ISH-DC has a strong community, and it's very easy to get to know other residents through the meals, occasional events, and group outings arranged in the WhatsApp channel. If you enjoy interacting with people from differing backgrounds, you'll love it. I'd guess around a third of residents are domestic during the summer, and less than that during the academic year. Almost all residents are in their twenties. PRICE (4/5): D.C. isn't cheap, especially in a neighborhood like Dupont Circle, but my understanding is that ISH-DC is very reasonably priced. Consider also that you'll be saving some money on food compared to living elsewhere (see below). ROOM QUALITY (3/5): I stayed in Marpat Hall, which is a short outside walk away from the main building. The rooms are fairly old, and look/feel a little quirky and dusty, but they're perfectly satisfactory and (crucially) air-conditioned. More recently, I stayed in Van Slyck Hall, which has a more modern but less homey aesthetic. Generally, maintenance issues are addressed reasonably quickly. Most rooms are doubles, and there's a waiting list for the singles. COMMON FACILITIES (4/5): ISH-DC's main building is a gorgeous tudor-style mansion. (You can check it out on Google Street View.) There are several great common areas, including a library with a TV, game room, and exercise room. The main hall is straight out of Hogwarts. The laundry is free, although there aren't always enough washers/dryers to go around, and they sometimes break down. The house lacks adequate facilities for personal food preparation, as there is a microwave but no kitchen available to residents. The communal refrigerators are overcrowded and unclean, and the cleaning staff often remove food that has not yet gone bad. FOOD (5/5): ISH-DC provides free breakfasts and dinners every day from Mikko, a local Nordic restaurant. It's a great perk that helps reduce living costs and brings the community together. The food is high quality (not the same as a restaurant, but much better than the old Sodexo services), and the Nordic elements (e.g. lingonberry jam) are fun. Coffee, tea, and milk are available at all hours. It's possible to order late meals, but this needs to be done by 4 p.m. POLICIES (4/5): Packages and mail are all handled conveniently at the front desk, which is staffed 24/7 by a resident (someone you'll probably know). Some house policies are frustratingly restrictive, though. For instance, visitors are not allowed after 10 p.m., and if you have a friend visiting D.C., they cannot stay with you unless you arrange it days in advance and pay $75 per night.

Irène Hu: ISH is definitely the best place to stay if you want to meet incredible and engaged young people from around the world, with nearly a hundred residents, you cannot but find friends with who you will share so much. I first intended to stay only a couple of months at ISH as I didn't know any one in DC, make some friends and then move out in a flatshare..but no, I stayed the full length of my one-year in DC. Just could not leave the community. Staff members are devoted and doing their best to make our living at ISH a great experience. And it definitely was for me!

P B: ISH is a great place to live, and I would highly recommend it. I lived here for two years (June 2014- August 2016) and enjoyed my stay. Ultimately, the resident experience is what you make of it. If you are excited about living with around 100 young professionals from all over the world, this is a great place for you. - The People: By far the best benefit to living here and you will make connections. Think tankers, international scholars, visiting professors - ideas are well represented here. I made many lifelong friends all over the world, went on road trips and vacations, went out to classical concerts and operas, went for evening dinners, and took advantage of everything historical and culture DC has to offer. It's nice to be around people who always want to do something, and you will not get lonely. - The price: It's unbeatable for the location. For $1,100 - $1,600 a month, you get a room in one of the best neighborhoods in downtown DC, food, utilities, maintenance, and resident activities included. You will not find better. Trust me, I looked. - Booking: You can book for a minimum one month stay and can book month to month. That flexibility is crucial if you're trying to extend your stay in the US. - The Staff: The staff and maintenance are all welcoming, warm, and sincere people. When problems arose, they were addressed properly, professionally, and promptly. - The Facilities: Since Google came in and took 360 panoramas of the house, you can get an idea of what the communal areas are like (not the case when I applied). - The Rooms: Some rooms are nicer than others. If you aren't comfortable living in a somewhat small room with others, you may not want to live here. Marpat (the men's hall) is essentially dormitory style living and is in need of updates.

Boban Markovic: This place definitely deserves more credit! I lived at ISH for two semesters and it was one of the best experiences I had. If you are seeking housing at the great location, don’t have time (or don’t know how) to cook, prefer international crowd to mingle, discuss global issues and hit the bar on the weekend, this place is for you. The location of the house is unbeatable. You can easily reach almost any part of DC metro are from Dupont Circle. World-famous institutions with great speakers and events are just around the corner (Brookings, Carnegie Endowment, German Marshall Fund, AEI, Johns Hopkins SAIS…). When it comes to restaurants, this area provides everything from upscale dining, casual seating, take-out, to 3am jumbo slice pizza (i.e. Duccini’s). The neighborhood is probably the safest in DC, LGBT friendly, with a lot of international people, young professionals, and plethora of cultural events. Public pool, tennis courts etc are not far away. You can enjoy a morning run, read a book or sip coffee on the ISH patio or in the library, or hit the bars and indulge in the nightlife at the U and 14th Street, just a few blocks away. When it comes to facilities, ISH buildings are old, but in a solid shape. The main building is a Tudor style mansion with dining hall, TV room, library, patio, great hall, and the residence area. It looks like Hogwarts! Van Slyck and Marpat Hall are built later, very simplistic, but still a good living area. Rooms are warm in the winter and there are AC units or central HVAC in all rooms. Common areas are clean and well maintained by the support staff, but the cleanliness of your room depends on you. It is a true convenience to wake up in the morning or come in the evening and have a hot meal. While food is not the best in the world (this is not a hotel or your mom’s kitchen), it is pretty good. There are usually two dishes, vegetarian option, salad bar, soup, desert, coffee, tea,… plenty to choose from. Now, the monthly price varies between $1,300-$1,650 per room, depending if it’s a single or shared room. This includes room, food, use of the common facilities and all events. Also, if you stay a bit longer you can work at the front-desk for a few hours every week and save some money. Good luck finding studio (without food) for this price in the neighborhood! The best part of ISH are people. We organized a variety of events, traveled on the weekends, went out together, had movie nights, cookouts, Halloween party, attended a bunch of fancy events with Congressmen and Ambassadors visiting the house. Alcohol is not allowed in the common areas, but having a few drinks in your room with friends before going out is totally ok. Again, this is not a hotel so don’t expect a queen-size bed, etc. It is a student dorm. For your money, you get decent housing, food, great facilities for common use, great location, safe neighborhood and opportunity to make friends worldwide and enjoy yourself. I strongly recommend it to students and interns! ISHers will become your DC family.

Roman Ginzburg: My review is bit dated since I stayed here in 2004 for a year and summer of 2008. I had a wonderful experience and met incredible ppl at ISH. Things have changed since, but would still recommend a stay to anyone new to DC.

Claudia Li-Ting You: For foreign students and interns, this is the best house and family that you will have if you stay here. I am an ISH alumni, and I love this place and all the friends that I met here.

5. Nebraska Hall

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6 reviews
Nebraska Hall
Price / Quality
4.2
Available services
4.1
Location
4.4
Possibility of parking
4.2
Wifi
4.5

Address: 3700 Nebraska Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016

Telephone: (202) 885-3370

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Aracely: Great room.

A'Jahan Love: I live here lol. Expensive though. That's private university

daisy flower: Nice apartment style rooms.

Edwin Alvarez: My home out of home

6. Leonard Hall

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3 reviews
Leonard Hall
Price / Quality
4.5
Available services
4.3
Location
4.4
Possibility of parking
4.5
Wifi
4.9

Address: 4400 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (202) 885-7702

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vincent colangelo: Very pleased .clean and staff was helpful and friendly

Tom M: Place was pretty lit ngl, got tossed with the boys on the daily ripping heaters and fat doinks 24/7 gets a 10/10 for me

7. Roper Hall

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2 reviews
Roper Hall
Price / Quality
5
Available services
5
Location
5
Possibility of parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: 4400 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016

Telephone: (202) 885-7704

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Aryan Shah: Best place in the world

8. Wolfington Residence Hall

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3 reviews
Wolfington Residence Hall
Price / Quality
5
Available services
5
Location
5
Possibility of parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: 3861 Prospect St NW, Washington, DC 20007

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Randall Schneider: Very peaceful and prayerful.

9. Living and Learning Residence Hall

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Living and Learning Residence Hall
Price / Quality
4.2
Available services
4.2
Location
4.9
Possibility of parking
4.3
Wifi
4.7

Address: Gallaudet University, 800 Florida Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002

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Polarisieren 61: I stayed in Living and Learning Residence Hall 6 during Gallaudet's summer youth camps for GenCyber and Immerse Into ASL of 2022. Compared to the rest of the campus, it looks really modern as it was established in 2015. The dorms are basic but functional, provides all basic needs including air conditioning, bedding, restroom/shower, storage, et cetera.

10. Gewirz Student Center

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Gewirz Student Center
Price / Quality
4.1
Available services
4.6
Location
4.8
Possibility of parking
4.5
Wifi
5

Address: 120 F St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Telephone: (202) 662-9290

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Hillel Steinberg: Rooms we looked at weren't renovated but were spacious and generous in storage spaces. Didn't see a washing machine, but they have a big fridge and an ok stove. Can't beat the location, only a few blocks from the capitol.

11. McDowell Hall

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14 reviews
McDowell Hall
Price / Quality
4.5
Available services
4.4
Location
4.4
Possibility of parking
4.4
Wifi
4.4

Address: 4400 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016

Telephone: (202) 885-7706

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Michael Krugler: Internet crashes constantly, elevators constantly break down, and it is too quiet inside the building. It has a good location on campus which is the only saving grace. The building needs to be updated desperately.

Moe Graphy: Not cleaned, poor internet

D.K. Roller: Cold.

Arantza Ortiz: (Translated by Google) ❤️❤️❤️❤️(Original)❤️❤️❤️❤️

Olivia Donohue: (Translated by Google) Mcdank(Original)Mcdank

12. LXR Hall Georgetown University

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12 reviews
LXR Hall Georgetown University
Price / Quality
4.6
Available services
4.3
Location
4.9
Possibility of parking
4.8
Wifi
5

Address: 35th St NW, Washington, DC 20057

Telephone: (202) 687-6960

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Martina Sabourin: Single

Jim Smith: It's a dormitory, Dummy!

Lucy Stebbins: Roof is amazing

Melody Leak: Beautiful campus

13. The Dakota

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3 reviews
The Dakota
Price / Quality
4.4
Available services
4.7
Location
4.6
Possibility of parking
4.9
Wifi
4.1

Address: 2100 F St NW, Washington, DC 20052

Telephone: (202) 994-2552

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Review: "Nice accommodations if you are looking for summer housing in DC."

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David Santos: Nice accommodations if you are looking for summer housing in DC.

14. District House

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13 reviews
District House
Price / Quality
4.9
Available services
4.8
Location
5
Possibility of parking
4.1
Wifi
4.8

Address: 2121 H St NW, Washington, DC 20052

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Osemekhian Ehilen: Perfect place to relax with good food.

Cody: Nice residence hall with a superb location in DC. Had some issues with some things in the room (maintenance was prompt to fix). It’s one of the newest res halls built on George Washington University’s campus.

Will Edwards: good for a college dorm

ABIOLAH OKUNOWO (Mr Bee): Excellent place to be as a student into GWU

Susan Marich: For a ivy league expensive college...sub par

Alex Wei: (Translated by Google) Best GWU dorm!(Original)Best GWU dorm!

15. Munson Hall

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6 reviews
Munson Hall
Price / Quality
5
Available services
4.5
Location
4.4
Possibility of parking
4.1
Wifi
4.8

Address: 2212 I St NW, Washington, DC 20052

Telephone: (202) 994-2552

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bonnie the bunny: Rats run by entrance.

16. Strong Hall

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5 reviews
Strong Hall
Price / Quality
4
Available services
4.1
Location
4.8
Possibility of parking
4.4
Wifi
4.7

Address: 620 21st St NW, Washington, DC 20052

Telephone: (202) 994-2552

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Derrick Blackwell: Great dorm these lovely women pi beta phi sorority keep up the good job

Isabel I: nice

17. Anderson Hall

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21 reviews
Anderson Hall
Price / Quality
4.3
Available services
4.3
Location
4
Possibility of parking
4.5
Wifi
4.6

Address: 4400 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (202) 885-7700

Guy: Student dormitory


Review: "Just college dorms. Not the fanciest but nice ..."

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Kiernan Nicholls: Rooms are average in size: storage is ample, heating and cooling works. Halls and bathrooms are kept clean daily. Student staff is friendly and helpful.

Ann Marie Finkel: My grandson lived their at the time when he was in college, nice place,clean, students seem very nice, good restaurants.

Mc Kween: Just college dorms. Not the fanciest but nice enough.

Nick LeDonne: Just a bunch of over privileged kids who are too busy on their phones.

Alek Libbin: too many fire alarms and stick in the mud RAs

Greg Vives: There are mice in all of the ceilings.

Oliver Hunter: Decent for freshman housing

Gaby: Clean and up-to-date

Glenn Forsyth: Standard college dorm.

18. Cassell Hall

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1 reviews
Cassell Hall
Price / Quality
4.4
Available services
4.5
Location
5
Possibility of parking
4.6
Wifi
4.5

Address: 4400 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016

Telephone: (202) 885-7703

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