The Music Hall
Normally, a visit to public restrooms is often called up as horrific personal experiences, but take a look at bathrooms at The Music Hall and it’ll completely blow your mind. The Music Hall, an art theatre in downtown Portsmouth, New Hampshire has a great venue with terrific sight lines but for many of us, the restroom has to be the star of the hall.
But it’s not only us who claims that the restroom is one of the best in the country, even the team at The Music Hall says that the restrooms are like a trip to a fairyland. And that’s because, during a recent renovation of the hall, the designers sketched on the mysticism of Gaudi and finished it with the classic touches of the Tiffany style to build a fantasy forest of bronze trees, vines and branches, stylish velvet settees and a lamp post in a chandelier design.
Now people stop by The Music Hall to visit not just the theatre but also to check out what the restrooms actually look like.
It’s usually an exotic cuisine, rich ingredients and beautiful scenery that makes the restaurant stand out. But the restaurant Mai Kai in the land has become a popular destination for its lavish and gorgeous toilet.
This public restroom in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida is the ultimate public convenience for those who follow Buddha and Buddhism. Because as per what they say, the decors and carvings are inspired by the artistic works of Buddhist temples in Dahlquist and Thailand.
Starting from the floor to the ceiling, and mirrors the room will take you to a royal ride. The elegantly carved sinks out of deep mahogany, gorgeous interior décor with neutral tones and gilt wall gods, everything you see in this room will take you to a wondrous land.
And believe it or not, but after entering in this luxurious and beautiful restroom, you’ll hardly settle down in any other bathroom. So, either renovate the bathroom in your house or reserved the table in Mai Kai to settle down your digestive mistakes.
Los Angeles, an entertainment capital of the world is a center stage for beaches, shopping’s, art and cultures, but now you can add posh potties on the city’s list. The Grove bathroom in LA has embarrassed the modern day's so-called bathrooms with its best design floor ideas.
Located at the outdoor shopping mall, The Grove has offered a fantastic restroom experience like no other cities in the world. Designed and furnished with opulent wood cabinets and swanky marble, the restroom has been a favorite hangout for ladies especially Hollywood A-listers and celebrities.
The refined and elegant first-class amenities include a baby changing room; kids play area and a microwave, bottle warmers and plasma screen television. And in case you are disappointed, how about six original drawings by well-known Spanish artists Miro and Picasso. Also, the dancing water in The Grove fountain is always a pleasure to watch which I'm sure nobody will say ‘No’.
Vanity Night Club
Nowhere in the world is gleam and glitz of Las Vegas, or its ambivalence. Apparently, everything about Las Vegas is gilded and extravagant even the public restrooms here are bigger and luxurious than your four-walled bedroom.
And when talked about public bathrooms, Vanity Night Club in Las Vegas has a restroom to die for, at least for the ladies. It has an elegant retro rest area which serves the female party lovers, who are looking forward to escaping the crowd and live the moment.
The lounge is designed in a 2,000-sq foot area with a chandelier made from glass globes and a cocktail waitress who is ever ready to serve the guests. Featured with gigantic mirrors, the room is frequently visited by ladies, but not to forget that the men’s too, have their restroom where they get flat screen television and walls in a reptile-skin-patterned.
The Shoji Tabuchi Theater
In Shoji Tabuchi Theater, the entertainment is never going to get over, the drama may start with the stage but it ends in the restroom, in a good way. Located in Branson, Missouri, the Shoji Tabuchi Theatre is an ultimate destination for those who adores and cherishes fancy bathroom and massive floral arrangements.
Take a trip to ladies’ powder room and it’s a treat to the eye. The beautiful fragrance of live cut orchids overpower any foul odors making it just the perfect place to appreciate onyx and granite pedestal sink. Featured with the lilac chandeliers, stained glass and ceiling replicated from the 90’s Empire period, the room boasts luxurious.
Even the men’s lounge is a treat to watch. The restroom features black leather chairs, billiard room with a black lion head sinks form Italy and cozy fireplace for winter.
Da Marino Ristorante Italiano
If you visit the Da Marino Ristorante Italiano and the dinner didn’t go well, the restroom will cover your bill. Located near Manhattan’s theater district, the Da Marino’s restroom has it all for what it takes to be a lavish and luxurious one. And if you remember it’s the same restaurant that was featured on the second episode of season one of Sex & The City.
This bathroom is an ultimate shrine for Italian lovers because everything here reflects the Italian art and culture that will take you back to the Roman era. Even the glorious candles and running waterfall excellently perform its job by making your time a memorable one.
So whenever you take a trip to New York, make sure that you stop at Da Marino to catch a glimpse of the bathroom.
John Michael Kohler Arts Center
Visit the Kohler Arts center washroom and you’ve entered the lap of luxury, it’s swamping with creativity and luxurious that it’s hard to figure out which one should get a spot on our list. After all, this and that we have finally decided to crown Sheboygan men’s room as a winner for its stylish and designer wall.
The washroom is adorned with rich cobalt blue and white paintings with intricate designs inspired form historic motifs. The striking image on the wall reflects the lives and places of Sheboygan County which is absolutely moving and heartwarming.
So, if you also want to know how the luxurious bathrooms are actually like then maybe check out the Art Center in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
The Bowl Plaza
You might need a sunglass while stepping in the Bowl Plaza’s restroom and that’s because everywhere you look its super bright. Located in Lucas, Kansas, the Bowl Plaza is an artistic masterpiece with a notable room of bowl inside.
The building of the bathroom looks like a toilet tank whereas the door is designed like a toilet lid. The bathroom interior and exterior is wrapped in a folk art mosaic that is made by more than four hundred residents of Lucas.
But what really enthralls us is the grassroots theme of the bathroom which men may like but I don’t think women are going to adore it. Anyway, the bottom line is that the bathroom was ranked no.2 in 2014 for its exceptional design and cleanliness.
Cibo Wine Bar
If you ever visit Miami, Florida, make sure to drop by Cibo Wine Bar not to taste the Italian cuisine but to check out the washrooms there. Located in Miami’s famous South Beach district, Cibo not only offers Italian meal but it also offers a lavish bathroom to the guest.
The Cibo’s washroom may be enough to get you in but soon after your eye catches the magnificent bathroom, you will barely stop yourself from getting a shower. The interior décor and motion activated sinks of this celebrated restrooms have always made people come here. So, getting in the Cibo's bathroom is like as if you are at a party or something.