7 Five Star Australian Hotels with Gyms Worth Checking in Early For

These seven luxury hotels have gyms worth checking in for. Travelling doesn’t have to mean missing out on workouts.

These seven luxury hotels have gyms worth checking in early for. 

Travelling doesn’t have to mean missing out on a workout.  

High quality, state of the art gyms are fast becoming a reason for guests to stay in particular hotels, especially during the pandemic (when not in lockdown) as it means people can stay on the premises to work out, without leaving. 

Travelling can be a time when rich food, late nights, sleep-ins and escaping from the hustle and bustle are the priority, but statistics are showing guests are looking for great gyms worth using during a break.

Many high end Australian hotels have great gyms, and these are 7 standout hotel gyms worth checking in early for :

The Langham, Melbourne 

With a whopping two floors of workout space, The Langham Melbourne offers a sense a health and fitness away from home. Beaming with natural light, the wellness centre has a 15 metre long pool, spa, gym and exercise studio. 

Guests will be preoccupied with panoramic views of the CBD and the Yarra River, as well as the option to catch up on the latest shows with touch – screen treadmills, bikes and cross – trainers. 

If a group class is more preferable, The Langham provide in house yoga, mediation, pilates and boxing classes for just $20 per session.

For something different, an alfresco workout with a personal trainer near the Royal Botanic Gardens is an appointment worth booking.  

Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park, Sydney

The Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park Hotel has a gym is located right above the heart of the Sydney CBD – on the 22nd floor of the Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park hotel. The 155 square metre heath club offers of a range cardio training for maintaining that optimal heart health. 

There’s a wide range of quality Life Fitness free weights, cardio machines, and a 12.8 metre lap pool to finish off with a refreshing swim session. 

The gym also has access to the hotel’s rooftop terrace, where the in – room dining menu cam be ordered post-workout whilst taking in the pristine views. 

Hyatt hotel, Canberra 

The Hyatt in Canberra is like no other; there is character and old – world charm in every corner. Read the detailed review of the hotel here: https://renaesworld.com.au/hotel-review-canberras-park-hyatt-hotel/ 

Their gym is one of the largest in Australia, at 1090 square metres with weights, cardio equipment, bikes to hire and every type of equipment you could need. Complimentary group classes are on offer daily, including boxing, yoga, pilates and water aerobics. 

On site – trainers and nutritionists are available for appointments, where guests can establish their own short of long term personal programs. Alternately, visitors can get their workout in with a match on the outdoor tennis court, or hire bikes to ride along Lake Burley Griffin. 

Palazzo Versace, Gold Coast 

Palazzo Versace is nothing but class and luxury. The spacious gym is perfect for a lengthy cardio or weights session, with Technogym equipment, timber floorboards and glass doors that reveal a tranquil private garden. 

Boxing, yoga, pilates, circuit – training and metabolic conditioning classes are available  at just $20 per session for each class.

The hotel’s Aurora Spa is gorgeous with a range of high end massages and post-workout treatments available. 

Emirates One and Only Resorts, Wolgan Valley

Nested in the Blue mountains, experience wellness in the wilderness at One and Only’s Wolgan Valley fitness centre. The fitness centre retreat is created in partnership with Fluidform, one of Sydney’s leading pilates studios. On Friday afternoons, visitors can begin their wellness weekend with a sunset Pilates session hosted by Kirsten King, the instructor at Wolgan Valley. 

Each villa is equipped with a selection of Fluidform pilates workouts for individual practice. This in – villa experience is complementary for all guests and includes a Fluidform membership throughout the stay.  

Fullerton Hotel, Sydney 

Located in the heart of Sydney, the Fullerton gym can be found on level 6 of the hotel. Spacious and newly renovated, this high – ceiling gym is well equipped with TechnoGym cardiovascular machines, free weights, treadmills and strength equipment. 

The gym can fit up to 20 trainers concurrently, and is open 24 hours daily to in-house guests. 

Crown Towers, Sydney 

Crown Towers is the most exquisite hotel opening in Australia. Their Sydney fitness centre is nothing short of spectacular. Open 24 hours a day, the new Crown Tower’s fitness centre is located on level 6, with breathtaking views of Sydney’s skyline. The gym has a variety of the latest TechnoGym ‘Artis’ cardio and weights equipment. 

Guests can also experience the views firsthand with a match of tennis on the open – air court, or alternatively, can sign up for private training and fitness classes with first – class instructors. The personal training sessions can be booked for both individuals and couples, ranging from 30 – 60 minute classes. 

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