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Had a good new year? Made a few resolutions? Already forgot them? These unbelievable hotel fitness centers make it easy to get back on track. If you’re tired of hitting the hotel fitness center only to discover it’s basically a converted janitor’s closet with a tread mill and a couple of weight balls, this list is for you: Check out 7 incredible hotel gyms full of outrageous options for big time fitness buffs.

Bulgari

Bulgari Hotel

Bulgari Hotel: London, England
Yes, this is the same Bulgari that produces fine jewelry, watches, fragrances and accessories and was founded in Rome in 1884. Lately they’ve been elbowing their way into the luxury hotel market including a London outpost that features Workshop, a one-on-one customized center for fitness excellence. The Bulgari Hotel‘s gym features trainers who take guests through a regimen that mayinclude lifting, swimming, yoga, boxing, small group workouts, pilates and fascial stretch therapy—whatever the heck that is.

Grand Hyatt Denver

Grand Hyatt Denver

Grand Hyatt: Denver, CO
The Mile High City ups the wow factor while giving athletes a lung-expanding challenge with its impressive one-of-a-kind (at least in Denver) rooftop fitness center which includes a running track, tennis courts, fitness stations, shuffleboard and lounge chairs for catching rays. But not every day in Denver is a sunny one and the Grand Hyatt‘s enclosed facilities are no slouch either: Expect an indoor pool, treadmills, weights and so forth.

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Viva Wyndham

Viva Wyndham

Viva Wyndham Dominicus Beach: Dominican Republic
You like to hang upside down and whirl through the air while on vacation? Among the more unusual workouts you’ll experience abroad is the seaside trapeze session at the all-inclusive Viva Wyndham Dominicus Beach. In addition to the outdoor pool and tennis courts plus opportunities for table tennis, weightlifting and volleyball, is the opportunity to be suspended 25 feet above the ground and fly through the air while surrounded by sand, surf, sea and palm trees. Best of all? The lesson is completely free.

The Houstonian Hotel Club and Spa

The Houstonian Hotel Club and Spa

Houstonian Hotel Club and Spa: Houston, TX
Everything is bigger in Texas, including this sprawling 18-acre wooded resort located in the Galleria part of Space City, and it incorporating what’s probably the best fitness options for travelers anywhere in the world. The Houstonian Hotel Club and Spa gym includes more than 300 cardio and weight machines, a team of 35 personal trainers, a cycling team, a running club, ski classes, racquetball, basketball, volleyball, yoga, pilates, group classes, two international Padel courts a 25-yard competition pool and so much more.

Langham Sydney

Langham Sydney

The Langham: Sydney, Australia
What if you could lap swim outside at night while actually indoors during the daytime? That might sound confusing but at the ultra-luxurious Langham in Sydney, aquatic enthusiasts can strap on their goggles and a cossie (that’s Aussie shorthand for swim costume) and take an early A.M. dip in a 20-meter lap pools surrounded by summertime murals and with a painted to resemble the nighttime sky.

Related: These hotels offer some pretty amazing stargazing

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Hotel Zetta: San Francisco, CA
You wanna give your gams the burn of a lifetime? Look no further than the vertiginous hills of San Francisco. At the Hotel Zetta, an upscale South of Market gem that’s just a stone’s throw from the clanging trolleys that turnaround on Powell Street, you can not only hire a personal trainer for the purposes of circuit training, meditation and yoga, but also for a personal guided run through the City by the Bay. Reward yourself afterward with some hang time in the hotel “Playroom” where shuffle board, billiards and Plinko await.

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W Hotel Fort Lauderdale: Fort Lauderdale, FL
As the sun rises in along sunny Fort Lauderdale Beach, so will your heart rate at this rise and shine Beachfront Boot Camp led by experienced trainers and geared toward all skill levels. In addition to this butt-kicking session, the schmancy W Hotel also hosts waterfront body sculpting, restorative yoga and meditation, cardio classes and more. As for the rooms at the W? Trust us, they’re not too shabby.

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Jason Heidemann

Jason Heidemann

Jason is an associate editor at Orbitz, a social media marketing consultant and a freelance cultural reporter for numerous publications. His works has been featured in the Huffington Post, Time Out, Passport, the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Magazine and many others.

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