Las Vegas is a city which takes pride in its unique restrooms. Yes!! You have read it right. We are talking about the restrooms which have begun to upstage the hotels, restaurants and nightclubs and which the visitors find unique in their own style. From sexy and sweet to weird and outrageous, here are 5 our best lavatories of Las Vegas which make them once worth a visit for sure:
Flirt Lounge at Rio
Dubbed as the ‘gossip pit’, this ladies’ restroom stands next to the Chippendales Theater. The restroom is ornated with lavender walls, rich violet drapes and dark purple leather couches. Footage of nearly naked men is broadcast on flat-screen TVs in here.
The restroom at Main Street Station
Here in one of the men’s restrooms, a graffiti-laden section of the Berlin Wall has been inserted above the urinals. Artwork and photographs of the iconic embodiment of the Cold War are also on display.
Playboy Club at the Palms
From the door handles to the mirrors, the iconic bunny logo appears throughout the men’s and women’s restrooms. A collage of more than 50 years of Playmates finds place on a printed vinyl wall covering.
The Sporting House Bar & Grill at New York-New York
The restrooms here have more than 130 TVs in every shape and size displaying every minute of your favorite game when you go to the restrooms because all the stalls and urinals are outfitted with LED monitors.
Vanity at Hard Rock Hotel
At 2,000 square feet, the glamorous women’s restroom in this nightclub has glass chandeliers, a round sofa and three-way mirrors. Large photographs of an eye and a pair of lips adorn the walls. The men’s restroom in this nightclub has reptile skin-like walls and flat-screen monitors over the urinals.
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