Toilets around the world pt25, ServisAir Lounge Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Traditionally, the airport lounge was the preserve of international businessmen needing somewhere to relax or work away from the holiday making hordes. Your reviewer was on business abroad today and has a car with leather seats and a CD player and worked dam hard for the right to be called a senior toilet reviewer. Therefore in the interests of knowledge, a review was called for.

The lounge is furnished with low brown leather arm chairs and glass coffee tables. It reminds you very much of the interior of one of the better Ford Granada’s from the 1980s, the sort of thing a globe trotting businessman of the time might drive. Sadly the toilets lack the executive feel, they are rather utilitarian, albeit clean and benefiting from lockable cubicles even for the urinals. While good by airport standards and away from the hordes, your reviewer is left unsure as to whether they are worth the cost of the lounge.

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