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I spent three nights at the lovely, historic Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel, in Prague, Czech Republic, as part of my Around the World in 8 Days trip. I liked the hotel a lot – you can read my review of the hotel and the great breakfast in these posts:
The entrance to the Fitness Center was at the end of a hallway on a floor of hotel rooms.
After entering the door, I proceeded down a long hallway.
The Fitness Center was entirely in one room. The machines looked to be new, expensive and state-of-the-art. Each cardio machine had it’s own entertainment panel. This was good stuff! However, despite diligent efforts to equip the room with modern machinery, it just all seemed to be too crowded.
Also, although there were windows in the room, it felt dark. It did not feel conducive to working out.
Finally, since the room was set back so far from the hallway, and I was all alone there, I got an eerie uncomfortable feeling.
This is unfortunate, since the equipment was actually extensive and new. Clearly, the hotel spent a lot on renovating this Fitness Center, and was probably proud of it.
What might help here? A clear glass entryway. A wider hallway. A second room for the equipment. Better lighting. An attendant on duty.
There were men’s and women’s locker rooms with lockers, bathrooms, showers and lockers.
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