Best Bathrooms in the USA - Slideshow

U.S. News & World Report

Best Bathrooms in the USA - Slideshow

First Place:

First Place:

The Field Museum
With such a soothing blue-green color palette, The Field Museum's restrooms might serve as a cure to public restroom phobia.
Find out more about:
The Best Hotels in Chicago
The Best Things to Do in Chicago
Read More:
Best Bathrooms in the USA
Second Place:

Second Place:

Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel
Architecture and interior design firm ForrestPerkins uses light effects to transport guests from a suburban hotel of Washington, D.C. to a tropical paradise.
Find out more about:
The Best Hotels in Washington, D.C.
The Best Things to Do in Washington, D.C.
Read More:
Best Bathrooms in the USA
Next:

First Place:

The Field Museum
With such a soothing blue-green color palette, The Field Museum's restrooms might serve as a cure to public restroom phobia.
Find out more about:
The Best Hotels in Chicago
The Best Things to Do in Chicago
Read More:
Best Bathrooms in the USA

Second Place:

Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel
Architecture and interior design firm ForrestPerkins uses light effects to transport guests from a suburban hotel of Washington, D.C. to a tropical paradise.
Find out more about:
The Best Hotels in Washington, D.C.
The Best Things to Do in Washington, D.C.
Read More:
Best Bathrooms in the USA

Third Place:

Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts
Ever mindful of the environment, this restroom features include low-flow toilets and faucets in an effort to conserve water.
Find out more about:
The Best Hotels in Phoenix
The Best Things to Do in Phoenix
Read More:
Best Bathrooms in the USA

Fourth Place:

Don's Johns Luxury Presidential Restroom Trailer
There's nothing worse than missing part of an event because you have to use the bathroom. Well, Don's Johns has you covered. If the event is being filmed (as the Inauguration was), a flat-screen television mounted on the trailer's exterior will keep guests waiting in the bathroom queue in the know.
Read More:
Best Bathrooms in the USA

Fifth Place:

Snowbasin Resort
Located in Utah's Sun Valley, the Snowbasin Resort is about an hour's drive from Salt Lake City and is open year-round, as are its plush restrooms.
Read More:
Best Bathrooms in the USA

Runner Up:

The Joule Poule at The Joule
In the evenings, a DJ amps up the ambience by playing music on the rooftop pool, which then echoes into the bathroom.
Find out more about:
The Best Hotels in Dallas - Fort Worth
The Best Things to Do in Dallas - Fort Worth
Read More:
Best Bathrooms in the USA

Runner Up:

Habana Outpost
Architecture students designed the Habana Outpost bathrooms as part of a program called Urban Studio Brooklyn. The bathrooms also feature a glass roof and hanging plants.
Find out more about:
The Best Hotels in New York City
The Best Things to Do in New York City
Read More:
Best Bathrooms in the USA

Runner Up:

Castello di Amorosa Winery
Although 13th-century Italian villas inspired the design of this castle and winery, its restroom facilities are completely modern and even luxurious.
Find out more about:
The Best Things to Do in Napa Valley
Read More:
Best Bathrooms in the USA

Runner Up:

Main Street Station Casino
You'll find the Berlin Wall and the men's restroom off the main casino floor.
Find out more about:
The Best Hotels in Las Vegas
The Best Things to Do in Las Vegas
Read More:
Best Bathrooms in the USA

Runner Up:

Ninja New York
Not all people enjoy putting their buns to the toilet seat, but if you do, the seat warmer will be just your cup of tea (or should we say "hot sake").
Find out more about:
The Best Hotels in New York City
The Best Things to Do in New York City
Also check out:
The World's Coolest Mansions
World's Most Expensive Hotel Rooms
Read More:
Best Bathrooms in the USA
1 of 10

Emily H. Bratcher, Contributor

Emily Halonen Bratcher’s writing and editing has appeared in many national outlets and ...  Read more

If you make a purchase from our site, we may earn a commission. This does not affect the quality or independence of our editorial content.