Quite recently, the leading American business service company, Cintas Corporation has launched an incredible contest that seeks to distinguish America’s Best restroom. The fierce competition will be judged based on the cleanliness, visual appeal, innovation, functionality and exceptional design elements of these bathroom sets. Today, Luxury Bathrooms will unveil the 10 finalists who made the cut whose restrooms are indeed worthy of being considered the very best.
The trendy Mexican restaurant highlights astonishing bathroom sets that will take you back to the disco era. They present a lustrous disco ball and colorful high heel patterned wallpaper as well as a hot pink ceiling. As a whole, these spaces translate an upbeat ambience.
The restroom of the Bryant Park recently underwent a $270,000 renovation and now it appears to be an “oasis in the middle of the concrete jungle”. Luxury and comfort can be felt throughout with details such as fresh flowers and classical music. In addition, this space also features Toto EcoPower technology, water-efficient fixtures and LED Lighting. Crown molding, cove lighting, glass mosaic and exquisite tiles are a few of its most astonishing design elements.
Designed by Rockwell Group, the Dream Hollywood hotel offers the ultimate restroom experience. Sleek subway tiles, lengthy oval mirrors, a large granite island, modern faucets and golden globe lights are some of the details that definitely make their rooftop bathroom one of the best restrooms in America. They also offer floor-to-ceiling panoramic views of the Hollywood Hills.
Known as the Hobbit House, this beautiful place features a playful and clean restroom. This bathroom is a sustainable building that took its shape from the use of natural materials. It is the epitome of creativity and innovation.
The restroom at the Hotel La Jolla offers sweeping views of La Jolla and the Pacific Ocean to its guests. The interiors feature earth tones, capturing all the natural essence of the region.
J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge (Sanibel, Florida)
At this national wildlife refuge, the restrooms offer a fully immersive experience in an underwater scenery. They feature life-size animal sculptures and the walls have decorated with stunning photographic tile murals of watery mangrove scenes.
Besides providing the most phenomenal waterfront views as well as the most scrumptious dishes of Mexican cuisine prepared by Roberto Santibañez, the Mi Vida Restaurante, in Washington D.C, also features some of the most stunning restrooms in the world. These are spaces are reigned by a vibrant and lively ambience. Hot pink doors and hand-stenciled flooring were incorporated in order to pay tribute to Mexican folk art. In the restrooms, one can also see industrial finishes throughout and a perfect contrast between modern and contemporary details.
Industrial elegance is the main aesthetic of Morgan Manufacturing’s spaces. Its massive restrooms are spacious and sleek and feature lustrous chandeliers made from repurposed pipes and crystals, mirrored subway tiles, a large leather ottoman, an artistic decor, among many other enticing elements.
Designed so as to provide a nostalgic and entertaining bathroom experience, the Mud House café is all about playfulness, artistry, and eclectic design. In the walls of the restrooms, one can find some of their favorite board games and awe-inspiring vintage maps.
The Progress (San Francisco, California)
The walls, floor and ceiling of its restrooms are covered in a thick layer of glitter providing a colorful, shiny and unique restroom experience.
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