DAVID LLOYD FINCHLEY UNDERGOES £4.65M MAKEOVER
- Fully refurbished studios and NEW Reformer Pilates Studio
-Refreshed Clubroom with adult and family lounge
14th February 2022
David Lloyd Finchley has completed a new luxury indoor and outdoor spa, as well as a Reformer Pilates studio as part of a significant multi-million-pound investment programme, firmly positioning it as one of the country’s leading heath, spa, fitness and racquets clubs.
This ambitious, family-friendly project by Europe’s leading health, sports and leisure group ensures that members are provided with the best-quality fitness environment to achieve their health, fitness or leisure time goals.
At the heart of the new club, which is situated on High Road, Finchley is the luxurious super-spa known as the Spa Retreat. The area features hydro pools; saunas including a Finnish and a salt sauna; crystal and citrus steam rooms; feature showers; a plunge pool; heated beds and deep relaxation rooms. Outside, the spa garden with meditation space is the spot for outdoor relaxation and come evening members will be able to enjoy stargazing from the outdoor hydro pool and relaxing by the fire pit.
Along with the investment in the relaxation facilities, there is also a significant upgrade to the gym and group exercises studios. Fitness enthusiasts can up their performance with all new equipment in the state-of-the-art gym. The existing High Impact and Mind &Body studio has received receive a refresh and there is a brand new 10 station Reformer Pilates studio.
The central hub of the club, the Clubroom, has also undergone a stylish refurbishment, with a new family lounge and interactive activities table. The whole Clubroom has had a complete makeover and the terrace has had a upgrade ready for al fresco dining in the warmer summer days.
Additionally, to the variety of kids activities on offer at David Lloyd Finchley, the club has created The Lab which is a brand-new concept in edutainment, designed to keep kids happy whilst learning new skills. Kids can try their hand at coding, cooking, animation or iBricks LEGO®, with hour-long sessions across a 6-week course. Developed and delivered by experts, each session will allow children aged 8-14 to engage their mind, learn new skills and find new passions.
David Lloyd Finchley general manager, Gopal Gautama: "Members are thrilled with the changes to the club –. The new Spa Retreat offers our members a place to relax, unwind and enhance their wellbeing, Fitness enthusiasts will love the upgraded gym facilities and new Reformer Pilates studio. We are really looking forward to summer, with the spa and its relaxation garden being the perfect destination for local residents to spend their leisure time. This significant investment ensures that David Lloyd Clubs continue to offer its members the best premium health club facilities in Finchley."
For further information, go to www.davidlloyd.co.uk/finchley
About David Lloyd Leisure Group
David Lloyd Leisure Group now has 125 clubs - 99 clubs in the UK and a further 26 clubs internationally comprising its two brands David Lloyd Clubs and Harbour Clubs (of which there are three in London). David Lloyd Cricklewood will become the 126th club when it opens in Spring 2022.
With over 700,000 members in clubs across nine European countries, it offers state-of-the-art gym and group fitness facilities for all the family, and over 1100 tennis courts, and 400 badminton and squash courts plus spas, club lounges, kids clubs and crèches.
It has over 330 swimming pools and every week over 25,000 children learn to swim, 16,000 children learn to play tennis at David Lloyd Leisure.
For the last four years David Lloyd Leisure has been voted into the Sunday Times’ 25 Best Companies to work for by its team. www.davidlloyd.co.uk
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