The QHotels Collection has announced the relaunch of 18 newly refurbished “state of the art” health and fitness clubs in its portfolio, following two years of planning and a multi-million pound investment.
The QHotels Collection has implemented the “extensive” investment program to “achieve its vision of being the best hotel group with fitness offerings in the country”.
The renovation program started at the beginning of the year and is now fully completed in 16 hotels.
Eight mansions within the collection; Belton Woods, Ashford International, Crewe Hall, Oulton Hall, Forest Pines, Hampshire Court, Telford Hotel and The Park Royal have received a “hugely impressive” gym and health club makeover, according to the group.
This includes a complete renovation, new state-of-the-art technology, “top of the line” equipment, and offering newly available immersive workout experiences.
Fitness renovations include Discover SE3HD interactive cardio machines, SPARC trainers, PowerMill climbers, IC7 indoor bikes as well as various weight and cable machines and lifting areas. Each health club member also has access to the Life Fitness Connect app, allowing users to track workouts and progress.
The QHotels Collection has also invested heavily in professional expertise to “ensure that health, well-being, training and personal goals are achieved in a safe, secure and supported environment”.
Commenting on the recent investment, Director of Golf, Leisure and Spa, Keith Pickard, said: “Our desire has always been to provide the best gymnasiums, fitness and leisure activities in the country. Now, after two years of planning, that vision is real.
“We are delighted to reopen and welcome hotel guests, existing health club members and new members to explore the improved facilities. This is the company’s largest investment in more than two decades, so it’s extremely exciting to have completed the rollout and to see the positive feedback from customers and health club members.