There's a reason every luxury hotel has a restroom in its lobby: demand equals supply, and great customer service dicates non-guests can use the facilities. Team Curbed Ski has logged its share of time living, playing, and partying in mountain towns, and we know that public bathrooms are multi-purpose. Besides the obvious, they serve as changing rooms and après-mountain places to freshen up. Our criteria are based on not just cool design and functionality, but maintenance, comfort, and privacy. Presenting the first-ever Curbed Ski guide to the best lobby bathrooms in ski country.
Note: The hotel restrooms are listed based on geography, not in any particular ranking. Don't see your special sanctuary on here? Shoot us an email or let us know in the comments.
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