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D.C.’s second micro-hotel opens its doors

Chinatown’s Pod Hotel offers 245 small, but well-located guest rooms

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With 245 guest rooms in town, Pod Hotel has finally opened its doors to the public. This Chinatown hotel is a Washington, D.C. second, more specifically the second micro-hotel in the city. According to Bisnow, the hotel’s rooms range from 60 to 150 square feet with prices starting at $109 per night. [UPDATE: All of the rooms are 150 square feet.]

Located at 627 H Street NW, the development comes with queen beds, double beds, bunk beds, and private bathrooms. Wi-Fi is free, and a rooftop courtyard, called Crimson View, is included. On the first floor, there is also a Southern-inspired Crimson Diner and Crimson Whiskey Bar, which will open in late June.

Bisnow reported that this is the third Pod-branded hotel ever created. It is also the first Pod-branded hotel to open outside of New York City.

Chinatown's 245-Room Pod DC Micro-Hotel Opens [Bisnow]

[UPDATE: A previous version of this article described Pod Hotel as Washington, D.C.’s first micro-hotel. The first micro-hotel is actually Hotel Hive from Abdo Development.]