I am not in the habit of recommending such things...but
Sounds like a super auto would fit your needs nicely.
I have only had experience with using, maintaining and roasting for a Saeco Odea Giro.
You would be cleaning out the grinds bin a couple of times a day. Would be a good idea to rinse brew / group assembly at the end of each day and let it dry over night.
They are pretty quick and easy to maintain, on a day to day basis, i would loath having to do anything more than general maintenance on one.
If you can source some fresh roasted beans, preferably a darker roast and adjust the grinder to its finest setting, you will get something decent, actually IMO streaks ahead of anything out of a pod machine.
Ive looked after this machine for a few years now and its been used and abused and is still plugging away...