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Like most of you, I’ve stayed in my share of hotel bathrooms over the years. Of course, most of them are pretty forgettable, and that is perfectly okay. If they serve their function, then that is all that matters. However, some are more memorable including the tub with a view at the Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa,
…to the large and elegant bathroom at the Park Hyatt Paris Vendome,
…the enormous shower bigger than my first NYC apartment at the St. Regis Bahia Beach,
….to the tub with it’s own room (and suite named after it) at the Andaz 5th Avenue,
…to the super cool cave-like shower/tub room at the Park Hyatt Washington DC.
I’ve also stayed at hotels with less desirable bathrooms like at the Westin St. John (mold, broken, and outdated – yuck),
…the extremely small clearance at the Holiday Inn Elk Grove Village,
…and my next trip even involves staying somewhere without any plumbing. That will be interesting!
However, I have yet to encounter a hotel bathroom quite like the one I stayed at last night at the Holiday Inn Colorado Springs Airport. It was both super cool and super weird that the bathroom door served double duty.
The door can swing either way to close off the entire bathroom area or just the toilet area. On our one night stay I never got used to this – maybe it was with sleep deprivation catching up? However, I thought it was pretty functional for families in case someone needed to use the shower area while another used the toilet area.
Weird and cool in an otherwise forgettable hotel bathroom. Have you ever stayed at a hotel bathroom that was either cool, weird, or both?