What is #Podlife?
Pioneering NYC hoteliers Richard Born and Ira Drukier, launched the pod concept to New Yorkers in 2007 with Pod 51 in Midtown East. Pod 39 in Murray Hill followed and then came a location in the Penn Quarter of Washington, DC. Capturing the cool kids’ vibe permeating the Williamsburg neighborhood, the recently opened Pod Brooklyn is decked out with a sky-lit lobby, courtyards and rooftop lairs. The modular guest rooms, built in Poland, are maximized through features hat such windows that look onto greenery. Elevator shafts are dressed in murals at the Pod Times Square, the company’s flagship venture with over 600 rooms averaging 115 square-feet, each with rain showers in private baths — as well as Pod Pads.
Pod DC is an energetic and fun alternative to the typical hotel experience, featuring 3 unique social spaces open early until late for eating, drinking and meeting new friends.
Located in Penn Quarter, across from Gallery Place/Chinatown Metro and Capital One Arena, Pod DC boasts the best location in the city. We’re three blocks from the Washington D.C. Convention Center, five minutes from Union Station, and fifteen minutes from Reagan National Airport.
Join a walking tour, grab a bite from Crimson’s Southern Diner or meet for drinks in our modern Whiskey Bar. Did we mention a year-round rooftop with sweeping views of the nation’s capital?