Seattle's snootiest hotel won't want just anyone traipsing past the elevators to the "clean and discreet" bathrooms on the right, but as our source says "act like you belong and no one gives a damn about you."
You gotta take the elevator up to floor number two for your number two.
And you thought it just had several Starbucks locations on floors throughout the tower, but no -- Seattle's tallest tower (for now?) also has multiple defecation locations, all of which are clean and quiet, and none of which require a code to use.
... has restrooms on both the top and bottom floors (and exhibits about the gold rush, Woo!), but apparently the ones on the bottom are the best place to take care of business.
Now that the bathrooms on Nordstrom's top floor require code access, your best bet in the downtown shopping core is probably the restroom on this shopping center's quieter third floor: they're usually crowded, but hey, at least like our language when we talk about poop, they're "sometimes clean."
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Bradley Foster is a former Thrillist editor who'd much rather drive all the way home than poop in public, but when he can't, a hotel lobby restroom is his number one choice for number two.