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Best Bathroom in Disney World

OK -- it's time to REALLY get to know each other laugh

Do you have a favorite PUBLIC restroom in Disney World? Best decor? Best theme? Most secluded, maybe? Your favorite can be your favorite for any reason.

Let us know so we can go! biggrin

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Well......... I just go...... Honestly... I dont think ive ever payed attention confused

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Mase wrote:
Well......... I just go...... Honestly... I dont think ive ever payed attention confused

Agreed

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I like the ones in EPCOT in that unused area between Test Track and Mexico pavillion.. people just dont know it's there and everytime I've gone in there it's been fairly empty!

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I like the ones in EPCOT in that unused area between Test Track and Mexico pavillion.. people just dont know it's there and everytime I've gone in there it's been fairly empty!

That building is called The Odyssey Center and though it appears unused, the fact is that the building (besides housing the quietest restrooms) is very much in use as a restaurant for private parties and meetings and receptions and if I remember correctly is also in use as a cast member cafeteria.

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My favorite one is the one closet when I really have to go. Hahahaha.

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Vettelover wrote:
DonaldDork wrote:
I like the ones in EPCOT in that unused area between Test Track and Mexico pavillion.. people just dont know it's there and everytime I've gone in there it's been fairly empty!

That building is called The Odyssey Center and though it appears unused, the fact is that the building (besides housing the quietest restrooms) is very much in use as a restaurant for private parties and meetings and receptions and if I remember correctly is also in use as a cast member cafeteria.

I believe that's also where the Baby Center is. If it's not right there, it's close.

I may not have favorites - although they did just re-do some in Adventureland that are pretty snazzy - but without fail, I am in the one by Guest Services at MK and the one to the right of SE (facing the park from the entrance) every flippin' time. I guess I would call them most frequented Smile And yet, they're never too busy. Love that about Disney!

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Yes that is where the Baby Care Center is located

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Gotta find the ones with the XLERATOR!

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JeffC wrote:
My favorite one is the one closet when I really have to go. Hahahaha.

awesome

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Who knew! A website with pictures of numerous WDW bathrooms!

http://www.cassworld.ca/bathrooms.htm

Granted, a bit outdated, but wow! That's alotta bathroom pics! I'd be a little afraid to start taking tons of pictures in the bathrooms.....seems...creepy.

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I think a good bathroom is SUPER important, it could be a girl thing though

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Certainly not this bathroom. It was in the adventureland bathroom

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Vettelover wrote:
Certainly not this bathroom. It was in the adventureland bathroom

Vettelover - good grief!

Brad wrote:
Gotta find the ones with the XLERATOR!

Is that the crazy hand dryer? If so, they scare the (insert your fave saying here) out of my kiddoes.

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Is that real???

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Is that real???

Yes it is real and as previously stated this was taken in the bathrooms that are situated in that passageway between Adventure land and Liberty Square, I should add that this was before the recent complete renovations of these bathrooms.
Now to explain the picture, it is a real photo HOWEVER as I understand this photo was taken at 3:30 in the AM by the overnight Disney cast members who were cleaning said bathrooms AFTER the park was closed. Disney's animal control division (and yes they do have such a thing) was notified and they captured it and removed and relocated this bad boy to where it would not bother anyone. They think that he came from the river where the steamboat does it's excursions or around Splash Mountain somewhere. I should also add that this photo is a few years old.
But think about it next time you are seated in a bathroom. eek biggrin laugh laugh

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What a crock o'....dile!

Hahahaha! Smile

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I can't honestly say I'd have sat down without noticing that - but I think I'd probably not need the toilet any more if I saw that...if you know what I mean.

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Vettelover wrote:
teacherdrama wrote:
Is that real???

Yes it is real and as previously stated this was taken in the bathrooms that are situated in that passageway between Adventure land and Liberty Square, I should add that this was before the recent complete renovations of these bathrooms.
Now to explain the picture, it is a real photo HOWEVER as I understand this photo was taken at 3:30 in the AM by the overnight Disney cast members who were cleaning said bathrooms AFTER the park was closed. Disney's animal control division (and yes they do have such a thing) was notified and they captured it and removed and relocated this bad boy to where it would not bother anyone. They think that he came from the river where the steamboat does it's excursions or around Splash Mountain somewhere. I should also add that this photo is a few years old.
But think about it next time you are seated in a bathroom. eek biggrin laugh laugh

Oh MY GOODNESS!! That poor guy! He must have been terrified!

Are those things lurking in the "Rivers of America" or whatever it's called in the MK? scary sad

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Vettelover wrote:
teacherdrama wrote:
Is that real???

Yes it is real and as previously stated this was taken in the bathrooms that are situated in that passageway between Adventure land and Liberty Square, I should add that this was before the recent complete renovations of these bathrooms.
Now to explain the picture, it is a real photo HOWEVER as I understand this photo was taken at 3:30 in the AM by the overnight Disney cast members who were cleaning said bathrooms AFTER the park was closed. Disney's animal control division (and yes they do have such a thing) was notified and they captured it and removed and relocated this bad boy to where it would not bother anyone. They think that he came from the river where the steamboat does it's excursions or around Splash Mountain somewhere. I should also add that this photo is a few years old.
But think about it next time you are seated in a bathroom. eek biggrin laugh laugh

Our first stay at AKL.... my parents in their room found something in the corner and had no idea what it was. They called us, and we went and looked at it and thought it was a bat. Ended up after calling front desk and such it was an African Tree Frog. Nothing near a big reptile... but was crazy it made it into their room on the 5th floor... lol

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Never doubt that Joe has a relevant picture on any topic! laugh

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OK Guys! Giving this a bump because there are so many new bathrooms than there were when this thread was started! What's your favorite spot to take a potty break in the parks?

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Who doesn't love Rapunzel's rest rooms in MK?

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Who doesn't love Rapunzel's rest rooms in MK?

My sentiments exactly. Although they are always crowded (which begs the question, where in the world did people go for a restroom in the Fantasyland/Liberty Square junction before they were built? Were all of these people ducking into Columbia Harbor House or were people trying to make Liberty Square's "open sewer system" a little more realistic?) I think the ones at the front of the park might be the least crowded. Until the lunch rush starts, you can have the whole restroom to yourself at Pecos Bills.

At Epcot, I prefer the ones by the Imagination pavilion. They're usually very clean because I think a lot of people don't know that they are there.

Studios is a little tougher. We usually use the ones by Star Tours or the ones on Sunset Blvd., but they're always crowded. Anyone have a better suggestions there?

At AK, I think the ones over by the DinoLand entrance are the best. Or maybe the ones at the main entrance. The ones in Africa are a circus.

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And don't forget that is was used during this past (20th Anniversary) Food & Wine Festival. We hung out there quite a bit. I was pleasantly surprised at what I saw inside. I was impressed with the place. I hope they use it more, and of course continue to use it for F&W.

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I like the ones in EPCOT in that unused area between Test Track and Mexico pavillion.. people just dont know it's there and everytime I've gone in there it's been fairly empty!

That building is called The Odyssey Center and though it appears unused, the fact is that the building (besides housing the quietest restrooms) is very much in use as a restaurant for private parties and meetings and receptions and if I remember correctly is also in use as a cast member cafeteria.

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You're all going to be surprised by this, but I may have hit 50 trips to Disney World by now and I have never made number two in a park restroom. I can hear the shocked gasps out there.

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The Colonel wrote:
You're all going to be surprised by this, but I may have hit 50 trips to Disney World by now and I have never made number two in a park restroom. I can hear the shocked gasps out there.

ha ha ha ha funny you say this... My friend was very impressed that she did #2 in Cinderella Castle. (Rapunzel's bathroom) I hated to correct her she was so excited..... rolling

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I've been to Disney lots and have frequented many of the restrooms!
Magic Kingdom
Splash Mountain Bathroom.
I love the rustic feel and this one is never really that crowded.

Fontierland/Andventure Land
The one between the two places is frequented a lot. So in that case it is usually busy because its easy to find by guests. But usually there is always a CM cleaning and doing the character portraits with the water here.

And the Bathroom by the Tea Cups, this one is never crowded and a little hidden

I have yet to go in the Rapunzel restroom as they were still building it when I went last time. But I am for sure this time!

Epcot
Back Entrance
There is a restroom at the International Gateway before you get into the park or as you come out. It is never crowded. We stay at Boardwalk a lot and that one is always nice to use.

Test Track Behind Mouse Works.
There is one behind Mouse Works store across from the Test Track that is pretty well hidden, its never crowded and a usual stop for us before we go on Test Track and Mission Mars.

Morocco Pavilion
For some reason always end up here. It is a cool outside look to it and never seems to be that crowded.

Hollywood Studios
There is not much as far as spectacular Restrooms here. There is one I do try to use because its well hidden. It is near the Little Mermaid Fountain in the back corner of a small gift store. You can see Honey I Shrunk the kids Play area as you are coming out of it. We also met Goofy here one time. No one was a around he was just chilling by the rest area. lol We ended up Goofying around with him for a while as no one else was around. This will probably be removed or updated with the Star Wars edition. I wonder where they are doing to put the Little Mermaid Statue?!!!!

Animal Kingdom.
Absolute hands down the coolest bathroom here is the one in the Rainforest Cafe!

Camp Minnie Mickey
The cutest bathroom with the rustic atmosphere, but sadly gone now.

Wilderness Lodge Villa Lobby
These are so cozy with the rustic feel, very big restrooms with a huge mirror.

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Need to give a shout out to the restrooms in Disneyland by the Alice in Wonderland ride.

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The bathrooms upstairs at Columbia Harbor House are pretty good.

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