Condé Nast Traveler Picks Its Favorite Hotel Bathrooms
A lot of ink gets spilled on this site about hotel bathrooms, and all the different kinds there are to explore. Some are pretty, some are dangerous, and some are downright sexy.
This week, Con Nast Traveler took a minute to examine some of the world's most unique and gorgeous hotel bathrooms. Ever. Sure, a few classics made it onto the list—like the Mandarin Oriental New York and the Hyatt on the Bund—but the above photo caught our eye. It's of the public mens bathroom inside the Goldman 25hours in Frankfurt, Germany. We wonder what gets used to clean these things: a toilet swab, or a toothbrush?
Goldman 25hours is a typically European 'designer' hotel with a mix of vintage accents, and a nightclub-y feel—as evidenced by the Rolling Stones-inspired urinals. Each floor maintains a different color theme, and each room references its own piece of Frankfurt's history. According to HotelDesign:
"Each room has a 'godfather,' a local notable, whose story is expressed by the room, giving a sense of Frankfurt’s cosmopolitan feel."
We think the 'theme' for this public bathroom is a perfect fit. Who doesn't like to feel like a rock star when they go pee?
[Photo: Huffington Post]