Lavatory de Madeleine: Restored Paris public loo worth every penny
2theloo and Mairie de Paris celebrate the opening of the iconic public lavatory at La Madeleine in Paris.
2theloo, the leading provider of high-quality toilet breaks, is proud to announce the opening of the iconic public lavatory at La Madeleine in Paris. The prestigious facility has been restored to its original grandeur, offering visitors a unique and unforgettable restroom experience.
For over a century, these public toilets have been an integral part of Parisian culture, and they have now been listed as a historic building, since 2011 when they closed. With meticulous restoration efforts, the lavatory has been fitted out in art nouveau and early art deco style with the finest materials, including varnished mahogany woodwork, stained-glass windows, ornate ceramics, mosaics, brass taps, and floorto-ceiling tiles.
Chris MeijersCEO 2theloo
“We are thrilled to be a part of this exciting project and to bring our expertise in high-quality restroom experiences to such an iconic location. Our aim is to provide a restroom experience that is both functional and downright enjoyable, and we believe that these new facilities at La Madeleine do just that.”
Located in the heart of Paris, the lavatory at La Madeleine is easily accessible to tourists and locals alike. The facilities are open every day from 10 am to 6 pm, providing visitors with ample time to experience the grandeur of the newly renovated public toilets.
Kevishen WydeelingumManaging Director 2theloo France
“We are delighted to partner with Mairie de Paris to bring these prestigious public toilets back to life. These facilities have a rich history and are an important part of the Parisian cultural landscape, and we are thrilled to be able to share them with visitors once again.”
2theloo is committed to providing visitors with a unique and enjoyable restroom experience, and the public toilets at La Madeleine are no exception. Even the Lonely Planet believes so.