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Hope St, London SW11 2DA, UK – 020 3959 0050
Well equipped community gym without the nonsense. Great value and always underused gym so equipment is often available and there is a great selection with various classes that are never crowded. Good gym if you want to train probably not so good if you want a gym to socialise, pose and take selfies.The only reason I did not give a 5 is some of the fixtures could do with updating .
Went for a badminton session. The staff is friendly, clean facilities, and clean toilets. I guess the only thing i can point out is the drinking water fountain pressure is too weak. Other than that great place to do some activities!
1A St John's Hill, London SW11 1TB, UK – 020 7924 4404
I love this place so much. I did the one-month fundamentals course in May and was hooked instantly (pardon the pun). Perfect gym for all levels of fitness and boxing ability. Finally, a gym I won't quit!
Incredible boxing gym for beginners. Did their fundamentals and now have signed up for the following 3 months heavyweight program. All the instructors are brilliantly enthusiastic and patient. Prepare to get a sweat on!
Watermeadow Ln, Fulham, London SW6 2RW, UK – 020 7371 7700
This is a private members health club, so expect all the luxuries this title affords. From valet parking on arrival to a crèche that will keep your children entertained while you explore all the latest gym kit... and spa treatments. As this place they promise you to Experience a different kind of urban escape. Whether you like having exclusive access to up-to-date exercise studios or smashing it like the Fed Express on one of the many indoor tennis courts (more than any club other in the area, they claim). If you like privacy and luxury when you exercise, this is a great place in Fulham to start. Good Luck [F]
Overall, the club is by far the best of any David Lloyd’s. Harbour club Chelsea feels something special when you walk in. The adult swimming area is like a 5 star resort and is so relaxing. The gym is always quiet in the evenings and so you have easy access to everything (they could do with a proper leg press and seated row). Gym is immaculately tidy. Tennis courts are best you will find in the area and the front desk are usually friendly. The classes are not the best for the evening, but you have access to Fulham which is down the road and has some of the better teachers (or you can drive down to Raynes park which has great classes and a lovely outdoor pool). I do think the club should invest in paying more to attract for example the stronger spin teachers such as Anthony Garcia as they should compete with the boutique studios rather than just average class teachers. But overall the club is amazing and I would highly recommend. Also people wise, the biggest asset of the club is Nicola James who used to be assistant manager and now looks after the spa- however despite not being in her old role, she still looks after the members and would always be the person I would approach on any issue and she is so responsive and genuinely cares about the business and makes sure all is resolved. She must be the number one David Lloyd employee in the country. The one thing I hope is that the harbour club brand (well Chelsea) does not go downhill with it’s asssociation with Kensington which is not really a true harbour club and is just like the old David Lloyd (with the poorest studio classes of any David Lloyd I’ve been to) with a name change. If you go to harbour club Kensington, do not think that Chelsea is similar as it is in a completely different league! Highly recommend Chelsea to anyone looking for an overall premium leisure centre which feels like a 5 star resort! And make sure you visit Nicola and book a spa treatment!
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