Die besten öffentlichen Toiletten in New York

The best public toilets in New York


The most modern toilet in the city, costing $13,000

This is a topic on which I could write countless pages, but you'll probably have to push for the quiet place once you've landed on this page and below you'll find the best and easiest way to find a publicly accessible toilet in New York City.

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Public restrooms are called "public restrooms or bathrooms" in New York and the States

Public toilets in New York can most often be found in these fixtures:

  • Hotels
  • Cafe houses
  • City facilities
  • Libraries
  • Fast food restaurants
  • Others such as department stores, hospitals, etc.

You can find all publicly accessible toilets throughout New York at this link

Other popular public restrooms are located at transportation hubs like Grand Central Terminal, Oculus, Port Authority, parks, and if you ask nicely, you can use the "bathrooms" at New York police departments, even some subway stations have restrooms, but you can only use them inside should go to an emergency.

Other popular places where you can find public toilets:

  • Saks Fifth Avenue, department store
  • Barneys New York, department store
  • Bloomingdales, department store
  • Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle
  • Pier 17
  • Any Starbucks, Shake Shack, McDonalds and similar establishments
  • 1 hotel in Brooklyn Bridge Park
  • Only in extreme emergencies in our travel center, My trip to New York 324 W 47th Street click
  • Brookfield Place
  • Hudson Yards Mall
  • Rockefeller Center
  • Trump Tower
  • Macy's

Insider tip

You'll often read that the best public restroom is in Bryant Park and there's no question it's one of the nicest and cleanest restrooms in the city, but if you listen to your Urban Explorer then stop by the Toto showroom where you can get the $13,000 bowl, with heated seat and automatic cleaning device. You can find the store at the following address on 20th Street between 5th and 6th Avenue

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