Pick Your Preferred Potty, Now Through August 20


Cintas Corporation has announced the 10 finalists because of its 2021 America’s Best Restroom® contest. The 20th annual contest celebrates innovative and hygienic public restrooms over the national country. Through August 20 now, the general public is invited to vote because of their favorite finalist .

“We’ve got a diverse set of facilities from over the county vying for the title of America’s Best Restroom,” said Sean Mulcahey, Marketing Manager, Cintas. “The general public is expecting an increased hygiene standard in public areas restrooms, and we’re proud to spotlight these unique restrooms which are well-maintained without sacrificing aesthetic quality.”

The 2021 America’s Best Restroom finalists include:

Core24 GVL – Greenville, SC

The women’s restroom at Core 24 GVL certainly are a vibe that combine street culture with art. Influenced by music, art, design and its own guests, the restroom includes a spray-painted mural this is the perfect backdrop for guests’ gym selfies. There’s a lot of counter space for guests to renew following a workout session. They are done once, they are able to pose for another selfie before a big flower wall with the gym’s logo in pink neon lights.

Fancy Flush – Santa Rosa, CA

Finally, a portable toilet that you’ll desire to use – a mobile glamorous restroom inspired by tiny home cottages with a French Country flair featuring composite stone with board and batten siding, boxwood hedges, hand-painted faux wood doors, and wrought iron finishes such as for example handles, sconces, stairs and different accessories. The beautiful, durable outside was created to withstand the rigors of transportation yet. Step inside not just one then, but two breathtaking, roomy restroom suites featuring vessel sinks, touchless faucets, air-con, heat, ambient music, adjustable color and dimmable lighting, countertop decor and a hospitality tray with hand towels & other toiletries. Imagine coming to a festival, concert, outdoor wedding and wishing you had the blissful luxury and comfort of one’s bathroom at home and then look for a portable restroom that rivals some of the most exquisite private bathrooms.

JFK Airport’s Terminal 4 – NY, NY

JFK Airport’s Terminal 4, operated by JFKIAT, newly renovated restrooms will be the latest initiative based on the Port Authority’s goal to create JFK a world-class airport. On the east side of the Customs Arrival Hall, and created by Woods Bagot, they’re easy to find, an easy task to clean, and a spacious 900 square feet. Framing the restroom entrance is really a teal back-painted glass with graphics of iconic NEW YORK landmarks. Mirroring the hue of the entrance, a teal penny tile feature wall draws users in to the space. Inside, white colored terrazzo flooring, marbleized walls, and delicate wall sconces combine for a look and feel of understated elegance. Calcutta porcelain tile lines the women’s vanity area, and a thoughtful raised shelf behind the sink supplies the perfect spot to renew following a long flight. Full height wood laminate partitions provide privacy and some warmth to an otherwise clean, bright space.

Nan Thai Fine Dining – Atlanta, GA

For pretty much 2 decades, Nan Thai Fine Dining guests in Atlanta, GA have raved concerning the “zen-like restrooms” in the 14x Four Diamond Award-Winning restaurant. The red and gold colors in the restroom emit an instantaneous feel of Asian luxury blended with a peaceful, warm glow from candles, folded towels neatly, and components of nature. The look is modern organic yet, making it an ideal trend that blends in to the scene effortlessly.

Planet Word – Washington, DC

As a free museum in Washington, DC focused on inspiring and renewing a love of words, language, and reading, words are celebrated at Planet Word – even yet in the restrooms everywhere! Whether showcasing how exactly to ask, “Where may be the bathroom?” in multiple different languages, illustrating the countless names for animal waste or poking fun with synonyms and euphemisms, Planet Word is flush with colorful bathroom humor.

Pump House – Kannapolis, NC

The Pump House on West Avenue in Kannapolis, NC was created as a lovely spot to rest, relax and also have fun. In the center of a lovely tree lined street the Pump House is surrounded by water fountains, lit by way of a rainbow of colors, urban swings, public art sculptures, murals, a putting green, entertainment stages, and fun inspirational quotes from children’s books. Vibrant outdoor furniture creates an excellent go out spot right outside the Pump House doors with numerous businesses, restaurants, and a brewery several steps away just. It’s an excellent place for adults and children alike. Out each day city staff keeps the region spotless – inside and.

Steamboat Springs – Steamboat Springs, CO

Having a standalone public restroom downtown has been on the city’s wish list for quite some time. That dream is really a reality now. The general public restroom in downtown Steamboat Springs utilized unique design elements for overall look. The two-pitch roof is butterfly-style, and the façade features multiple material types, steel cladding, board form concrete glass and walls blocks. The facility is heated year-round and is open from 6 an everyday.m. to 8 p.m.

The Fed Community – Clarkston, MI

The Fed Community wished to go all out within an unexpected space and make its restrooms a conversation piece. Mixing unexpected colors, texture and patterns, the restrooms are airy and bright. They feature affirmations to create patrons feel great also. The space is really a fun surprise for whomever opens the hinged door.

Two Cities Pizza – Cincinnati, OH

Walking into Two Cities Pizza Company is nothing lacking an event. Two of America’s most iconic cities, New Chicago and York, reside in the decor and atmosphere of the concept restaurant loudly. Taxis surround the building, steel girders line the ceiling, Wrigley Field is paid tribute to having an ivy wall and 400-foot marker, however the most talked about component of this brand from the pizza itself aside, is the NEW YORK subway station. The restroom is outfitted with a subway platform fully, train car, station stops playing on the speaker, authentic subway handles above the sinks, and graffiti on the walls even. An adequately taken selfie delivered to a friend in NY is sufficient to convince them you made a surprise stop by at ny. Just ensure you get off at the proper stop before your pizza gets cold.

William S. Craycraft Park – Mission Viejo, CA

This custom restroom includes a custom tiled front alcove with exterior drinking fountains and water bottle filler. This large well-ventilated, multiple-occupant restroom design includes: 10 toilets, two urinals, and six sinks which will accommodate up-to 540 users each hour. To match the neighborhood neighborhood and architecture setting, the surface walls were upgraded to make a high-end look with an assortment of finishes, including tile, brick, stained wood lap siding, and PRM cement-like stucco wainscot. The LED barn-style outdoor wall lights complemented the surface finishes to provide this restroom today’s, classy look.

The 10 finalists were selected predicated on cleanliness, overall look, innovation, functionality, and unique design elements. The winner will undoubtedly be honored with a location in the America’s Best Restroom Hall of Fame and get a Cintas UltraClean® restroom cleaning service and $2,500 in facility services or restroom cleaning from Cintas.

This past year, the America’s Best Restroom award visited Bancroft Park in Colorado Springs, CO because of its self-cleaning restrooms. The facility holds three restrooms, including an ADA-compliant option, and each includes green, red, and yellow lights showing availability.

Don’t forget to vote for the favorite restroom at www.bestrestroom.com/us/ .

Desire to read more about previous America’s Best Restroom contests? Just click here! 

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