Good Points: Sink. Soap dispenser. Baby change table. Locking door. Assistance rails around toilet.
Bad Points: Poor hygiene. Hand dryer instead of paper towel. Change table behind door. General rubbish bin only. Empty soap dispenser
Nothing too exciting to tell you about these facilities. It’s not like you’d be spending hours at Krispy Kreme, unless you’re waiting here for a plane to arrive because it’s cheaper to park at Krispy than the airport carpark (we’ve done that!)
The setup is very basic. Like most fast food outlets, the baby change table is in the disabled bathroom. The doorways to the toilet corridor, and then the disabled bathroom are not pram-friendly. So you might want to leave the pram in the car. A good point about the door to the disabled bathroom is it locks from the inside. This is a BIG PLUS! Just make sure you DO lock it, because the change table is right behind the door. The last thing you want is for someone to push open the door and knock your baby off the change table. If you remember nothing else, PLEASE remember to LOCK the door.
The change table is the usual wall mounted fold out variety. Clean and usable. It’s probably the best part. There isn’t any paper towel, so you’re stuck with the cootie-breeding hand dryer instead. The soap dispenser was empty, so even if you did want to wash and drip dry your hands……you can’t!
Oh! And one more thing, there is just a general rubbish bin for nappy disposal. No proper nappy bin in here. Just a regular rubbish bin. Not so good people. You know, the next time we’re going to pick someone up from the airport, we might wait in the Formula 1 carpark instead. I’m not too keen on ordering any food items from this Krispy Kreme anymore.