This hotel fitness center offers just about everything you could ever want from a fitness center
I recently shared my love for London’s Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer Street Hotel (see, Hotel Review: Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer Street is a True Gem!). I would stay there again in a heartbeat! For obvious reasons, hotel fitness centers inside populated cities are often smaller and more compact (or even crowded) than those outside of such city centers. … Read More
This week, I had the pleasure of attending the grand opening party of the Cambria Hotel & Suites NY – Times Square. It is the second Cambria Hotel from the Choice Hotels International chain to open in Manhattan. The party was lovely, with plenty of music, cocktails and fanfare. I met many Choice Hotel executives, members of other … Read More
The Hyatt Regency in Princeton, New Jersey has a state-of-the-art StayFit Gym and a fabulous indoor pool. Both have been recently renovated. I honestly feel that, whether for a business traveler or a family weekend, it is wonderful to know you can go downstairs and work out in a really good environment, with really good machines … Read More
I don’t like clichés. Words such as curated and crafted irk me. But I feel differently about the term boutique and boutique hotels, in particular. When I think of a boutique hotel, I think of a hotel that portrays warmth and casual elegance without snooty attitude, where the rooms don’t all look the same, and … Read More
I recently stayed at the Hilton Doubletree Hotel in Agra, India. Running outdoors was not an option, so I decided to work out at the gym. Getting to the fitness center was a little difficult – I had to go down one elevator, then outside past the pool, then re-enter another door. The pool actually … Read More
For only 15 Euro, a visit to the Spa and Fitness Center at the Sheraton Hotel at Malpensa Airport (Milan) is a perfect way to pass a few hours when you have a layover at MXP Airport!
One of the best hotel fitness centers I’ve seen in all of Manhattan! While there was no pool, the facility was fabulous – totally conducive to working out. I would recommend this hotel to anyone who values a good hotel fitness center.
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 … Read More