Urinating is often a dreary task, but not when you’re in a remarkable restroom. @SuperGreyBeard explores three exceptional bathrooms around the world.
Uredd Rest Area (Ureddplassen)
Did Norway just build the world’s most beautiful toilet? We think so!
This refurbished restroom is situated along a section of the Norwegian Scenic Routes Helgelandskysten and is located perfectly amidst magnificent views of mountain summits, the fjord, and the Norwegian sea. The rest area is named after the World War II monument on site, commemorating the Norwegian submarine “Uredd”.
A restroom with viewing area- have you ever seen anything like this? The breathtaking views can be enjoyed from the benches!
Or why not experience the Norweigan Ocean via these artistically crafted concrete steps?
The Berlin Wall Urinal
The Berlin Wall was knocked down in 1989, symbolic of the ending of the Cold War. Pieces of the wall were distributed to the different countries around the world, as a reminder of the past, and a cautionary note for the future.
A piece landed in the men’s restroom of the Main Street Station Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. We’re not so sure how we feel about this, but it certainly makes for a talking point after your bathroom break.
Bryant Park Public Toilet
Little did we know, an oasis of beauty lies in the public toilets in Bryant Park, New York.
Funded by private donors, offering a unique bathroom experience – fresh flowers, paintings of the park by artists-in-residence, and background classical music. The luxurious bathroom features are the same brand used at the MoMA. Now?! Shouldn’t all public toilets be like this!
The renovation cost a staggering $300,000. Word on the street is that the park employees are sent to investigate the bathrooms of competitors – like Waldorf Astoria, The Plaza, and other luxurious hotels.