5 Dazzling, Wackiest & Kookiest Toilets To Visit In 2024 That Will Make You Go Holy Sh*t!

Check out these wacky toilets that are sure to make you go ‘holy sh*t’!

by Tooba Shaikh
5 Dazzling, Wackiest & Kookiest Toilets To Visit In 2024 That Will Make You Go Holy Sh*t!

Yes. You read that right. We’re here to recommend to you some unique toilets that are worth seeing. There are some truly stunning places on God’s green earth that people flock to see. And then there are these toilets. You might find it hard to believe but once you visit them, you’ll see that they’re truly one of the most unique places that you could visit! Check out these wacky toilets that are sure to make you go ‘holy sh*t’!

5 Kookiest, Most Dazzling Toilets To Visit In 2024

1. Sketch

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Entering into this bathroom feels like you’re in that last scene of Godzilla where they find its nest and giant eggs. You’ll see giant egg-like pods which are sure to make you reach for your phone. But don’t run away, they don’t have dinosaurs in them, just a place to attend nature’s call while you wonder about humanity’s bizarre sense of creativity.

Where: 9 Conduit Street, Mayfair, London, England

2. Hundertwasser Toilets

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Speaking of bizarre senses of creativity, the Hundertwasser toilets in New Zealand are probably the most unique in the world. Believe it or not, they’re not just toilets, they’re actually considered works of art! Designed by a reclusive artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser, this mosaic toilet space is an ode to his philosophy. He rejected rationalism, symmetry, straight lines and plain surfaces.

Where: 69 Gillies Road, Kawakawa, Northern New Zealand

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3. Annabel’s

This bathroom is opulence materialised. Each element of this bathroom is over-the-top and gorgeous in the best way possible. You might have felt underdressed in functions by other people before but this is the only bathroom in the world that can make you feel underdressed. 

Where: 49 Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London.

4. The Ned

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The Ned is probably one of the only few toilets in the whose old-timey charm can transport you to the roaring ‘20s. Complete with chequered tiles, it was designed by its namesake, Sir Edwin ‘Ned’ Lutyens.

Where: 27 Poultry, The City, London

5. The Ritz

Image Credits: Claire Menary

One of the longest-serving hotels in London, it offers a toilet that is quite apropos of its image. The chic interiors do make for a great Instagram picture but be careful, if you get carried away, you might end up not wanting to leave at all!

Where: 150 Piccadilly, St. James’s, London

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Are you into such wacky touristy things? Let us know in the comments section below!

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