Perhaps the best-known loo in Hong Kong, the Philippe Starck-designed men’s room features a line of urinals that faces a floor-to-ceiling window for a 28th-floor view of the harbor. Felix, 28/F Peninsula Hotel Hong Kong, Tsim sha tsui, Hong Kong
Love was the inspiration for this restroom, created around a wedding theme by Aqua Restaurant Group’s design team. The entrance to the women’s room is made from a restored bridal sedan dating to the late Qing dynasty. A beaded curtain mirrors the beaded veil of a Chinese bride’s traditional headwear. Inside, a faint red light emits an eerie, yet romantic, vibe, recalling an ancient bed chamber.
Hutong, 28/F One Peking Rd, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
3. Café Gray Deluxe
Design-world darling Andre Fu is the man behind the stunning bathrooms here at the Upper House Hotel. A long line of wooden stalls leads your vision directly to the focal-point sink at the end of the room, which looks out on equally amazing views whether you’re in the men’s or women’s room.
Café Gray Deluxe, 49/F The Upper House, Admiralty, Hong Kong
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