The luxurious fitness club will feature upscale amenities and services including eight dedicated studios for group exercise, yoga, Pilates and cycling. Personal training, wellness and nutrition counseling will be an integral part of the fitness services offered. A resort style pool; plush locker rooms; a day spa with nine treatment rooms and a cafÃ© with healthy menu options will complement the total wellness experience.
Members will also enjoy the convenience of a childcare center and concierge service, allowing them to fully integrate fitness into their lifestyle. The concierge service will provide the link to a broad range of fitness adventures from international cycling vacations to scuba diving as well as traditional adult activities commonly associated with quality fitness clubs.
Leisure Sports will own and operate its new fitness club, which has yet to be named. The new club will be a sister club of ClubSport Pleasanton, a facility that has been keeping the community fit for over 25 years. ClubSport is a brand that Tri-Valley residents recognize and count on. Members of the new club will enjoy reciprocal privileges at ClubSport and Renaissance ClubSport properties, expanding their fitness options to include tennis, basketball and other sports available at the larger Leisure Sports owned facilities.
All components of the project are currently in the design stage and development plans will be submitted shortly to the City of Dublin. Commencement of construction is slated for late 2008 and opening expected in 2009.
About Leisure Sports, Inc.
Leisure Sports, a privately held company founded in 1978, is a prominent developer and operator of high-end sports clubs and hotels. Based in California, the company has pioneered the âfitness resort" concept by building clubs that combine function with aesthetics and practicality with luxury. The company, creator of ClubSport and the Renaissance ClubSport hotel and fitness resort concepts, currently owns and operates hotels and clubs in California, Nevada and Oregon serving over 45,000 members.
This story contains 416 words.
If you are a paid subscriber, check to make sure you have logged in. Otherwise our system cannot recognize you as having full free access to our site.
If you are a paid print subscriber and haven't yet set up an online account, click here to get your online account activated.