Upscale gym clientele want the best fitness equipment and personal trainers. However, they’re also craving deluxe facilities and luxurious amenities. Allow us to introduce you to 3 of the most luxurious gyms in the U.S.
A successful luxury gym understands that its members want more than personal training and a hot shower. The ideal upscale fitness facility provides spa and salon services as part of its membership. Then, clients can have a killer workout, go for a swim, get a massage, and lounge in the sauna in their shawl collar bathrobe—all without leaving the facility. Take a cue from 3 of the most Luxurious Gyms in the U.S.
East Bank Club
Because this club is located on the Chicago River, you won’t be surprised to find kayaking in their catalog of member activities. The EBC offers everything from boxing and Pilates classes to triathlon training, nutritional counseling and child care. In addition, the club has some impressive athletic facilities, including an indoor golf center. EBC members have access to men’s and women’s spas, a full-service salon, and expansive locker rooms complete with lounge areas, sleep rooms, and plush spa towels at every turn.
Beverly Hills, CA
This windowless, referral-only gym is so hush-hush… it doesn’t even have a website. Accessible only via an alleyway and secure parking garage, The Bunker is owned by celebrity trainer Adam Ernster. And, considering his clientele (including Ben Affleck, a.k.a. Batman), we can only imagine how Luxurious it is inside.
This upscale hotel, club and spa boasts a membership of 5,800 and a state-of-the-art aquatics complex with four pools. The 17,000-square-foot spa, or “Trellis,” makes this one of the most luxurious Gyms in the U.S. Trellis offers members access to 20 treatment rooms, an indoor float pool, and locker rooms with rainfall showers. Most noteworthy is the upstairs lounge and relaxation room, where you can kick back in your resort style bathrobe and chill by the calming fireplace.
Source: Men’s Fitness
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