Location & Hours
The gym is located next to “The Spa” on the first floor of the hotel. The gym is open 24 hours per day, but is staffed only during the daytime.
This gym has a good selection of high-quality machines. This includes a leg press, leg extension, and leg curl, hip adductor, cable crossover, assisted dip, chest press, and Smith machine. I was very impressed with the variety!
This gym has an extensive cardio machine selection with over a dozen options to choose from. Between the ellipticals, treadmills, “Gazelle” machines, and bikes there are plenty of options. All are new and have individual TVs.
I was also pleasantly surprised by the amount of freeweights here. I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a preacher bench at a hotel gym before, so that was cool. Otherwise, it sports a full rack of dumbbells, a nice set of flat benches, and an Olympic bench press station. Very nice!
Water from a cooler and small towels.
Pool & Spa
The pool is directly across the hall from the gym. I didn’t go, but it looks nice although crowded.
The lighting was pretty dim, as shown in the pictures, but otherwise the atmosphere was perfectly fine. Both times I visited the music was at a reasonable volume and it wasn’t crowded whatsoever.
The gym at this hotel is excellent! The equipment is new and in perfect condition, the machines and cardio equipment is diversified, and there is a nice freeweight area with many options. I had two very good workouts here and the place was never crowded. This place doesn’t disappoint.
My Gym Checklist:
- At least one usable cardio machine – PASS
- Dumbbells up to 50lbs or more – PASS
- Squat Rack with Olympic bar & plates – FAIL
- Variety of usable machines – PASS
- Cable Crossover – PASS
- Foam Roller(s) – PASS
- Wifi that works in the gym – PASS
- Not overcrowded – PASS
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Brandon Chase is a writer, endurance athlete, and guide based in Maine. He is a former Foreign Service Officer with the U.S. Department of State and spent nearly a decade overseas serving at embassies in Egypt, Cyprus, and Pakistan.
Along with a 98-day thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail, he has summited Mt. Kilimanjaro, hiked the West Highland Way, fastpacked in the Himalayas, and trekked around New Zealand and South Africa. He also regularly competes in ultramarathons at the 50k, 50-mile, and 100-mile distances.