Top 5 Public Tampa Toilets to Use in a “Pinch”
I’m not sure about you, but I don’t like using a public restroom (#2) for any reason. Where I feel most comfortable of course is at my own home. What about when you aren’t home? Let’s just face it though…there are emergencies.
I will spare you some of the stories of emergency, but over the years I have had plenty. So I felt like it was pretty important to put this list together. Most public toilets are nasty, but there are a rare few “gems” here in the Tampa Bay area that one must know about…in case of emergencies.
- Tampa International Airport– their toilet actually won an award for being so pristine. Check out the story here. What sets TPA apart from the others? “The clean, contemporary aesthetic includes light-colored solid surface vanities, incorporating TPA’s signature “cockpit” concept. This “cockpit” provides guests with their own sensor-activated faucet and soap, personal paper towel dispenser and trash receptacles – all within an arm’s reach,” according to a press release. Yup, they’re proud of the bathrooms!
- Publix- Shopping isn’t the only pleasure at Publix. Go ahead and go to any Publix (even out of state) and you will have a very pleasurable experience in their bathroom. They all have the same smell too. A clean smell. They must all use the same cleaning supplies. Consistency is key.
- Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Tampa- Would you expect anything less? Luxurious rooms, fine dining restaurants, and a world-class bathroom complete with the attendant squirting your hand with soap and handing you a towel. Jackpot!
- Target- A great place to buy pet food, electronics, and underwear. Of course, it’s a great place to go to the bathroom in case of an emergency. With the addition of the self-checkout, it makes for more “team members” to be available and keeps those toilets in tip-top shape. They are also very spacious as comfort is very important.
- WAWA- That’s right I said it. Wawa. A gas station. Not just an ordinary gas station. A gas station that serves food. Usually a big no-no, but not in this case. They have a little dry-erase board in most of their bathrooms telling you the last time it was cleaned. What a nice touch.