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A modern stay along DC’s trendy H Street, the Pod DC Hotel offers instant access to the many restaurants of Chinatown as well as on-site amenities perfect for solo business travelers. Clean rooms include wooden floors paired with a white-blue theme, select suites adding floor-to-ceiling views through rustic iron-frame windows as well as in-room minimalist murals. General perks available to all guests include an indoor-outdoor restaurant and rustic whisky bar, not to mention a scenic rooftop lounge offering free appetizers alongside vivid views of the surrounding neighborhood buzz. Nearby public transportation comes in the form of the Chinatown Metro a block away, while private rentals such as sedans, vans and SUVs offer plenty of space ideal for drop offs to wherever. See much more by going the slow route via meet-and-greet services instead, choosing between stretched limousines or local personal drivers for the personal route, or efficient taxis perfect for fast quick drop offs to either Ronald Reagan or Dulles International Airport.
Look forward to just how many landmarks surround the hotel by waking up early enough, starting the day with various oriental-themed getaways that make up Chinatown, from the same-block Friendship Archway to across-the-street shopping courtesy of Gallery Place. Another block south is the Capital One Arena, a popular networking hub perfect for those interested in talking business over fried dumplings, while just as many cultural hangouts are visible at the National Portrait Gallery and Shakespeare Theatre. For an afternoon of museum-hopping, drive south on 6th Street toward the National Mall’s Smithsonian-lined lawns that range from the National Air and Space Museum to the historic Smithsonian Castle, select oddities including the government and news’ unique relationship at Newseum as well as the nation’s relation with the arts at the connected National Gallery of Art. Popular dinner spots close to the hotel include Clyde’s at Gallery Place as well as Farmers & Distillers across from Chinatown Park.