You might want to wear sunglasses before you step into the Mai Kai restrooms. That’s because everywhere you look there’s bright, shiny gold! From the floor to the ceiling, columns to the mirrors, the restroom has a golden aura that whisks you away with the feel of a royal washroom. Opened in 1956, the Mai Kai itself is a tiki-themed restaurant in Fort Lauderdale and one of the few “Grand Polynesian Palaces of Tiki” still in operation today. Come for dinner, and you’ll see the exciting Islander Revue performed by native Polynesian dancers in colorful hand sewn costumes. The Mai Kai is truly a feast for the eyes. “People often say ‘This is the most beautiful restroom I have ever seen’ and that they visit Mai Kai because of our memorable washing areas,” says Pia Dahlquist, Mai Kai’s director of sales and marketing. On top of it all, attendants work nightly in both the ladies and the men’s rooms. Luxury at its finest!