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kam
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The Hermitage Hotel
2008 Rank: 1st Place
Location: Nashville, Tennessee

Named after Andrew Jackson's Hermitage estate this nearly 100-year old luxury hotel includes public art deco-themed restrooms with authentic terrazzo floors, leaded-glass tiles and a shoeshine station.

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21c Museum Hotel
2008 Rank: 2nd Place
Location: Louisville, Kentucky

The men's restroom at this 91-room hotel features a urinal that has a one-way mirror and above the basins, eyes stare back at you. The bathroom also has LCD screens with traveling images of eyes built into mirror above sink.

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Brio Restaurant
2008 Rank: 3rd Place
Location: Rockford, Illinois

Located in Rockford's River District, Brio has become known as downtown's premiere restaurant and nightspot. Its themed restrooms stand out because its women's bathroom has a Heaven theme while its men's bathroom has a Hell theme. Both restrooms have custom mirrors, sinks, doors and floor, using a wide variety of materials.

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Signature Room at the 95th
2008 Rank: 4th Place
Location: Chicago, Illinois

Located atop the John Hancock Center the restroom in this contemporary American restaurant offers amazing views of the windy city. You will also find custom woodwork, silver accent pieces and black & white photos from the 1930's.

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Smith College Museum of Art
2008 Rank: 5th Place
Location: Northampton, Massachusetts

Inspired by the artist-designed restrooms at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, the museum invited Ellen Driscoll and Sandy Skoglund to design the women's and men's rooms, respectively, on the lower level. The water-themed restrooms feature hand-painted tiles and etched glass panels depicting sea creatures and plant life.

I'd like to see this one!

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El Monte Sagrado Living Resort and Spa
2008 Rank: Finalist
Location: Taos, New Mexico

The restrooms of this tranquil spa have an "Earth in Harmony" theme. The walls are covered in real cork from Portugal. The fossilized rock for the hand basins are incredible, with water flowing out the flush spigot when activated by sensors. The floors are made of slate and the wood used on the stalls is African mahogany, known as Sapelli.

...This one too!

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Kam,

Is there a link to photo gallery ?


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http://www.walletpop.com/specials/best-bathrooms?icid=200100397x1208033281x1200450248

I hope this works

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Thanks, Kam.

What fun!

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There are some pretty awesome bathrooms right here where I live. [They are in the Shoji Tabuchi Theatre where my husband used to work.]

They call them million dollar bathrooms.

The women's and men's have a fireplace, are VERY ornate, and lavishly decorated. There are fresh orchids at each sink.... there are probably 10-12 sinks in each bathroom.

The men's restroom has a huge pool table... I'm serious! It's in the entry room, with upholstered armed chairs all around the walls so people can watch others play pool.

It's all very fancy. I've seen pictures... they won't allow the opposite sex inside the restrooms, although everyone wants to go see!! [Big Grin]

HA!! I found a picture!! Scroll down until you see the pool table... the pic above it is the women's restroom.

http://www.shoji.com/info.htm

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I've been in the CBGB bathroom. Funny that it made the list, and sad that the only one of the winning bathrooms I've been in is the grossest! Guess I'll have to go to the Vermont Marble Museum to make up for it. [Smile]
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quote:
Originally posted by sweet pea:
I've been in the CBGB bathroom.

Which one is that??

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quote:
Originally posted by Lymetoo:
quote:
Originally posted by sweet pea:
I've been in the CBGB bathroom.

Which one is that??
Sorry, Lymetoo, I guess I haven't visited Off Topic in a while!

CBGB was a club in the Battery 'hood of NYC. Crazy place. Went there back in the day that I could stay out past 8:00......

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[lol]

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