Well, sometimes...see below.My best tip, is that if you have a table service meal, hit the restrooms there. They are usually less busy and cleaner.
The bathrooms at Sci-Fi are TERRIBLE, it is shared between sidewalk & restaurant traffic.My least favorite is the one just outside of Sci-Fi Dine In. It's not specific to the restaurant and seems to always be wet and disgusting.
That’s not a WDW thing - it’s an American thing. No one likes it but I guess we’ve all just learned to cope.The trouble with all bathrooms in WDW is that they all have that gap you can see through round the door. What is with that?!?!
I had to bribe my daughter to go to the loo when she was small because the WDW gap freaked her out.
I've heard the gap at floor level is so:But why don’t you just build the stall doors with no gap?
In other western countries like UK and Germany rows of stalls have gaps at the bottoms but not the sides. Never saw a side gap until I came to WDWI've heard the gap at floor level is so:
It's easier to mop the restroom.
Kids can't lock themselves in and be stuck.
People can't hide in there when the establishment closes for the day.
You can see shoes and know the stall is occupied instead of startling someone by trying the door.
But I never understood the side gaps either!
I did encounter one yesterday at a restaurant that had full doors. I think they're becoming more popular in new construction, but older buildings likely won't switch over until things need replacing anyway.
Slightly off topic, but the water in the fountains by those bathrooms is usually very cold and somehow better tasting than other spots in MK.The ones after splash mountain are nothing special but very convenient! I always go in there to dry my glasses so I have a positive association with it!