I'll be praying, L. I can see how easily the girl could be upset and unnerved, even though it wasn't intentional. So like Panda said, the best thing would probably be to not only apologize, but try to explain and sort things out with her, once you get the chance. And if she's avoiding you, maybe try to find a go-between (does she have any female friends you could talk to?) to explain things to who can convince her to hear you out. Maybe I'm wrong, but I think if it was me in her situation, you saying what you just said to us, that you're worried that you messed up your friendship forever, would go a long ways to helping her to understand that you really didn't mean to upset her. Of course, I've never been accused of being the typical girl, so I could be completely wrong.
You can ignore me if I'm not making any sense.
But yeah, that sounds like a tough situation. I'll be praying for both of you.
Also, putting a guy and girls in the same suite? That's something I would complain about to somebody important and try to prevent from happening again.
He hath shewed thee, O man, what is good; and what doth the Lord require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God? -Micah 6:8 KJV
They have shewed thee, O teen, what is good; and what doth the world require of thee, but to fit in, be wealthy, have good looks, and be rebellious? -Peer Pressure 1:1
"I hate milk; it's like drinking vomit." -Edward Elric and me.
ClaecElric4God in regards to Wolfsong - You're the coolness scraped off the top of this morning's ice cream, after being pulled out of a beautiful summer day!