I hate public bathrooms. And if you went to a local secondary school or you’ve seen some of the ones i have, you’d understand. Clean bathrooms should be part of the requirements for registering a business. They should be an aspect of customer service. But many places – even hotels – seem unable to grasp this concept, with shocking results.And this extends to taps. Look, if you haven’t switched to motion activated taps, we have a problem. Because unless they’re disinfected every ten minutes, those taps are just bacterial infections waiting to kill you. Also, while we’re on the subject, running water is a necessity. A note on the mirror that says “please the pipe is not flowing” is a call to be publicly flogged. So what happens in an emergency? Most people try to get home. But history has shown life can be cruel to even the manliest of men. With that in mind, here are some of the cleanest bathrooms people have suggested, just in case you ever have a code red. The Alisa Hotels – North Ridge.
Fiesta Royal – Achimota Highway
Holiday Inn – Airport
Marvels – Dzorwulu
Golden Tulip, Kumasi (the Accra one is meh)
If you can get to one of these, you should be fine. If not, may the force be with you.