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Members-Only Bathrooms Offer Luxurious Havens On NYC’s Streets

Members-Only Bathrooms Offer Luxurious Havens On NYC’s Streets
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POSH Stow and Go could make things more comfortable for short-term travellers

Ross Brooks
  • 21 february 2014

Being able to store your bags somewhere safe while you explore the city for a few hours can be a godsend for the busy traveler, as can the ability to wash yourself off and take care of all the daily necessities before you leave for a new destination that evening. It’s an uncommon concept in the United States, but if  New York’s first private day storage and bathroom facility gets its way, things could be very different.

POSH Stow and Go is a members-only service that gives people a place to store the bags they brought with them, or the bags they acquired on a recent shopping trip, while they see everything that New York has to offer. If you have a fear of public bathrooms, it’s also the perfect place to make use of immaculately clean bathrooms complete with motion-activated flushers and faucets, high-powered hand dryers and even baby-changing stations, should you need them.

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The company plans to launch with their first location in Midtown Manhattan sometime in June this year. To become a member you first need to pay the $15.00 Annual Membership Fee, after which you can purchase various packages in 3, 6, or 10-Day increments and replenish them throughout the year as needed.

POSH Stow and Go

Source:  Core77

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