Okay, admit it – as plush as first-class seats and suites are, you're always a bit curious about the toilets.
Can they really be that much better? A bit more space, sure; brand-name soaps and lotions, without doubt.
But Lufthansa has set a new standard with the toilet in its first-class cabin aboard its all-new Airbus A380. The German carrier's superjumbo has a superloo created by Hamburg design firm Mueller/Romca.
The spacious bathroom has ample room for passengers, a large well-lit mirror, quality fittings and finish and the overall design aesthetic you'd expect for first class travel. (And it's definitely in keeping with Lufthansa's revamped Boeing 747 first class cabin, which as we've previously reported includes a full-length bed next to each seat.)
But one unique feature is the men's urinal, which is concealed behind a sliding shell. Mueller/Romca reasoned that this not only add conveniences for male passengers but it improves hygiene in the overall toilet area to the benefit of all passengers.
The toilet is even a finalist in this year's prestigious Crystal Cabin Awards for aircraft cabin products and concepts.