Once you're back at the Pod, head upstairs to the 14th-floor rooftop terrace for a view of the city lights. For pre-theater dinner, check out Le Bateau Ivre, an onsite French restaurant that serves traditional bistro fare day and night. After the show, retreat to accommodations that are modern and compact (even by Manhattan standards). Cleverly designed to make the most of limited space, the Pod's guestrooms feature sleek furnishings, iPod docks, and LCD TVs. Each room includes either a private or shared bathroom with a rainfall showerhead (rooms without private bathrooms have convenient stainless steel sinks). You can tweet, chat, and post well into the night with complimentary wireless Internet access, available throughout the hotel.