By Lois Alter Mark

Gee whiz! 10 of the most amazing restrooms you've got to see

Nature's not the only thing calling

If you're sick of looking at your own bathroom, then you can fantasize about visiting these one day. Here are 10 of the most unique restrooms you’ll ever walk into.

Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada

Hidden inside one of the ladies’ room stalls at Scotch 80 Prime is this pretty-in-pink commissioned installation called, appropriately, "Cakeland."

Hermitage Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee

The Art Deco details in the men's bathroom are jaw-dropping, as are the green toilets and urinals. There’s even a shoe-shining station.

John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, Wisconsin

Using tile as their canvas, acclaimed artists turned each of the six restrooms into a masterpiece.

Skyfall Lounge at Delano in Las Vegas, Nevada

One of the best views of the Strip is also the most private. Slip into a stall in the ladies' room with its floor-to-ceiling windows.

The Varsity Theater in Minneapolis, Minnesota

You can actually still see and hear the stage from this stunning lounge. Best of all, you can even order a drink over the back counter.

Kimpton Muse Hotel in New York, New York

Vain – along with Rebel, Glam, Macho, Passion and Envy – is one of the stalls in the lobby bathroom, all of which are inspired by the seven deadly sins.

OdySea Aquarium in Scottsdale, Arizona

It can be intimidating to walk into a restroom and see a shark tank. But cue the music from "Jaws" and get up close and personal with these creatures.

Thalia Hall in Chicago, Illinois

Chalkboard paint covers the walls and the individual stalls, letting you doodle away between concert sets or between drinks at Dusek’s Board & Beer or Punch House.

Papermoon Diner in Baltimore, Maryland

The walls of this bathroom are lined with an impressive collection of Pez dispensers. And the ceiling is filled with mini race cars.

Port and Blue Hotel in Tel Aviv, Israel

Before you enter this bathroom, you’ll see a large plastic cake with a candle. When you approach it and blow, a camera snaps and prints out a photo of you.

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