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The Hyatt Place Long Island East End has a Fitness Center, an Indoor Pool and an Outdoor Pool! (If you’d like to see a review of the hotel, here is the LINK).
If you are a runner, walker or cyclist, and the weather is good, you might opt to exercise outdoors. I ran up and down the beautiful streets near the hotel – they were suburban and quiet.
The Fitness Center was rather small, but offered a good assortment of equipment, such as treadmills and stairmasters as well as weights. The machinery was in good shape, and the room was clean. It wasn’t extremely bright, but the wall was mirrored. The Fitness Center was open 24 hours.
The hotel has both an indoor and and outdoor pool – thus catering to guests who like to swim in any season! The indoor pool looked decent, but, hey, it was summer and the sun was out, so we headed right to the outdoor pool. The atmosphere there was festive. The pool was lovely, decent-sized and quite popular. People were swimming, others were sunbathing. I felt like I was at a pool club more than at a hotel. Additionally, there was a small bar/grill next to the pool, so if you were in the mood for a burger, a soda, a beer or a drink with an umbrella, it was all possible. There was also entertainment – a woman playing the guitar. The pool was a nice environment for adults and children alike.
The Indoor Pool:
The Outdoor Pool:
And now a word from Won’t Run:
The fitness room wasn’t the biggest. However, if you get there before the crowd, it should do you right.
The pool was nice.
Here’s my tip: if you date an avid exerciser, the best strategy is to sleep later than him/her (or even to feign sleep). You just might get out of exercise all together!
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