Health Clubs in Dublin

Top Health/Fitness Clubs & Gyms in Dublin, Ireland

Health/Fitness Clubs & Gyms in Dublin

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  • AmyFordey
    Dublin, Ireland98 contributions
    The atmosphere here is just lovely and made nicer my the lovely staff who work there who couldn't be more kind and helpful. Customer service and care is so lovely. I've now returned for numerous treatments and yoga classes. Highly recommended massage with Emi and Reiki/massage with Katerina. I contacted Katerina before my reiki/massage to explain an injury I had and she even had a hot water bottle for me when I arrived, tucked under the blanket for me as she worked. Lovely, thoughtful passionate people who make you feel very cared for. Also their offers are fantastic!
    Written March 5, 2019
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  • David S
    Fort Lauderdale, FL73 contributions
    This gym is a "bare bones, no frills" work-out establishment which is basically a former warehouse. To enter past the turnstyles you need a membership card. Otherwise there are computers outside with which you can pay for a daily pass or monthly pass with your credit card. If your card does not have a chip with PIN access, there is a bell to call one of the people on duty.'

    I was actually let in for free since my credit card wouldn't work on the machines. The gym is open 24 hours a day, although the locker rooms have more limited, "traditional" hours.

    The gym is expansive. There is a Spinning room, a cardio/work-out space, a cardio zone and free weights area. In addition, there are other "areas" such as an artificial grass area which was really cool for doing stretching.

    There are about 20 Matrix weight-lifting machines, tons of weight plates, many treadmills and bikes, punching bags, kettle bells, stretching mats, ropes, weighted duffel bags for lugging over your shoulders, Bosu, Swiss balls, jungle gym type apparatuses, etc. There is a little bit of everything.

    The classes (Spinning, cardio, etc.) are free (included in your entrance fee). The daily pass costs 9 euro, I believe. I do not know about monthly.

    The men's locker room had tons of lockers, 6-8 private showers, toilets and sinks. I assume the ladies' room was similar.

    The demographics of the gym was about 15% female on the two days which I went, so women should not be concerned a testosterone-overloaded gym experience. The staff is friendly and circulates to make sure everything is okay.
    Written May 20, 2015
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  • June
    Dublin, Ireland7 contributions
    I asked management at Flyefit based in the CHQ building to fix blinds in the mezzanine area and they’ve placed reflective panels in that area to reduce the level of heat. It’s now really pleasant to be able to work out in an ambient temperature. Well done Flyefit!
    Written August 12, 2021
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  • Bill
    2 contributions
    Staff was very accommodating, spending as much time as needed to acquaint the new-comer to the facility. Gym itself was well-outfitted and fairly comprehensive in its offerings.
    Written July 2, 2019
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