How to say "Bathroom / Restroom" in Hebrew

(Listed in the House - Bathroom category)

'Bathroom / Restroom' in Hebrew

Note: The chadar ambatyah is the room where the bathtub (ambatyah) is. Beit shimoosh is a nice way to refer to the place where one uses the toilet. For the latter, one can also use "sherutim" which means "services" or "facilities".

Click below to hear a native Israeli say,

"Where are the bathrooms?" in Hebrew.


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