Bathroom Or Restroom. We would not have said 'bathroom' or 'restroom' here a few years back, but that is being used here now, because NZ is using more and. A "bathroom" is a room containing a bath, a "washroom" is a room for washing hands, and a "restroom" is a room to rest in when tired; none of which would necessarily contain a toilet.
You'd expect the lounge or bedroom to be the restroom. Comfort room, I've never heard that one. Bathroom fixtures are placed within a restroom or bathroom within a house. – "restroom" is more polite. – "powder room" My mom uses this term for the bathroom in her house on the first floor. "Which way is the restroom?" "Where can I find the restroom?" What's the takeaway?
A bathroom is a room with a bath in it, no more no less.
I for one would not like to take rest or a nap in a. a public room containing one or more toilets and sinks is a bathroom, restroom, or washroom. a small plastic enclosure that sits outside and contains only a single toilet (usually no sink) is usually called a. restroom/toilet/bathroom/loo.
We call it the bathroom or restroom or ladies' room or men's room. What is the difference between restroom and bathroom? Bathroom i can understand but why 'restroom'?