As part of my Around the World in 8 Days trip, I spent 2 nights in Tokyo, Japan at the Hyatt Regency Tokyo (Hotel Review: Hyatt Regency Tokyo).
The hotel has a fitness center, an indoor pool and a spa.
I did not actually go into the room with the pool, as there is an area filled ankle-deep with antiseptic liquid one must walk through before entering. I have never seen this in the United States or elsewhere in my travels, so I am wondering if this antiseptic walkway is common, or even legally required, in Japan and other countries in Asia. The pool appeared to be large, clean and attractive.
Women’s Locker Room and Showers
The locker room was clean and well-equipped with lockers, toilets, showers and toiletries. I did not go into the Men’s room, but I assume it was similar.
The hotel boasts that its fitness center:
… features the latest equipment for health and recreation. Our TECHNOGYM® machines are all available in eleven languages, so our international guests can feel at home. Aerobic training machines are equipped with an individual LCD TV to enjoy television and radio, and the training menu can be arranged. There is also a function to display calorie burn too. A 46 inches plasma display is mounted on the wall in the gymnasium for enjoying music and television while working out.
I agree that the fitness center is spacious and modern and houses state of the art equipment from Technogym, including:
2 stationary bicycles
1 recumbent bike
1 stairmaster with paddle footing
1 step machine
A selection of circuit weight machines and free weights
Cleanliness: very clean
Light: good light, plenty of windows; incredible views.
Walls: beautiful wood-paneled walls, with plenty of mirrors
Spa: full spa facilities, lockers, showers
Amenities: towels, headphones and water
Here are some photos: