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Probably The Best Bathrooms for Washing Your Hands in Town!

Hand washing is all the rage these days, we just wish we were doing it in these amazing bathrooms

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Everyone is working hard to flatten the curve of Covid-19. Whether you’re strictly socially isolating at home or heading out to a few select restaurants (and keeping a distance, of course), we’re all washing our hands a lot.

But it doesn’t have to be a chore. These five restaurants and bars have some of the coolest bathrooms in town, and they make washing your hands a pleasure.

New Punjab Club

There’s nothing more decadent than a gilded throne. See one for yourself at New Punjab Club, where the entire bathroom is a golden oasis. Pop in for a socially-distanced meal (they’ve reduced their seating area by half to keep everyone safe) and enjoy their golden bathroom as you sing your ABCs twice and wash your hands in the lap of luxury. Go ahead, take a few selfies – everyone looks good in gold.

New Punjab Club
34 Wyndham Street, Central; +852 2368 1223
www.newpunjab.com

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Café Gray Deluxe

Some of the best views in Hong Kong can be found in the bathrooms of Café Gray Deluxe, in Pacific Place. Far up on the 49th floor, you’re washing your hands with an unparalleled vista of the famous skyline. It’s so stunning, you might even want to count for an extra 20 seconds, just to enjoy it a bit longer.

Café Gray Deluxe
Level 49, The Upper House, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty; +852 3968 1106
www.upperhouse.com

Stockton

This Central speakeasy is full of secrets – and the bathroom is no exception. The toilet itself faces a massive two-way mirror, so you can see what’s happening inside the restaurant (but no one can see you!). If you’re not prepared, it can be a bit startling, but rest assured – you’ve still got full privacy, it just looks like a normal mirror from the other side. We don’t want to spoil the surprise completely, so you’ll have to visit for yourself to get the full effect.

Stockton
32 Wyndham Street, Central; +852 2565 8668
www.stockton.com.hk

Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

If it’s a photoshoot-worthy backdrop you’re after when you’re washing your hands, head to The Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong. Their ladies’ room has been a favourite since the 1960s. It’s like walking into a country estate within the hotel itself because the décor is completely different. After you scrub your hands, take a minute to snap a few pictures in the luxe armchairs and pretend to be queen of your castle, if only for a moment.

Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong
5 Connaught Road, Central; +852 2522 0111
www.mandarinoriental.com

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Foxglove

Another speakeasy makes the list. This time, it’s Foxglove. Behind the umbrella shop-façade is a jazzy, opulent paradise. And the bathrooms are no exception. They draw their inspiration from ship-cabin heads, and you get to them through a Wes-Anderson-esque corridor. Once inside your private room, scrub away your problems in the dark wood-paneled cabins and check yourself out in the three circular mirrors.

Foxglove
2/F Printing House, 6 Duddell Street, Central; +852 2116 8949
www.foxglovehk.com

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