'Toilettes' is always plural in French even in the home.
Other expressions you might hear is,
le/les cabinet/s but
'les toilettes' is the most used.
'Toilette', singular, means a wash.
Le chat fait sa toilette = The cat is having a wash
Hope this helps!
This may only be my point of view, but in North America we use "washroom" - not toilets. I wonder if salle de bain would be closer??
You will only find 'salle de bain' in a house or appartment.
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