Laminate Flooring in Kitchen and Bathroom?

For a low-end rental that is a buy and hold for 6 to 10 years, would the new high density laminate flooring be ideal for the bathroom and kitchen as opposed to tile/wood floor, etc…

I use the composite tile in my kitchens and bathrooms. It’s pretty affordable, super easy to cut and install, and makes a HUGE difference in the look of the rooms. They’re great. They even have grout lines so you can grout them just like you would for ceramic. Much easier to work with. PM me and I’ll send you pics of them.

If the bathroom has a shower I HIGHTLY suggest not using wood. Tile or vinyl work best.