Spokane Club

★★★★☆
  • 1002 W Riverside Ave

    Spokane, WA 99201

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  • 509-838-8511

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I actually picked up Athlete's foot from the women's locker room. I have never had it before in my life and at first did not know what it was, went to a dermatologist, at least it was curable although it took about a month to get rid of

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I actually picked up Athlete's foot from the women's locker room. I have never had it before in my life and at first did not know what it was, went to a dermatologist, at least it was curable although it took about a month to get rid of

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Stopped into the club with my family (Mother, Sister, Wife and Daughter after an event last night for a bite to eat. Half of us had eaten earlier but my wife and daughter had not. The great thing about the Spokane Club is the GREAT salad

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Stopped into the club with my family (Mother, Sister, Wife and Daughter after an event last night for a bite to eat. Half of us had eaten earlier but my wife and daughter had not. The great thing about the Spokane Club is the GREAT salad

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This has been the best family health investment we have made. This club is extremely clean, I go there every day and the towels are fresh and warm stacked all over the spotless dressing rooms, you can have your own locker, it is quiet and comfortable......it is everything you expect in a private club. The steam room is wonderful. The equipment is state of the art and updated regularly. People are warm and friendly because it is a private club and this means you feel special and part of a community. I love it. My son swims and the coaching is great, the families are all very nice and friendly. This club was designed by a famous architect Kirtland Cutter and is on the historical register. It is incredibly beautiful and feels regal in many ways. We have had many wonderful times at events. It is absolutely worth every penny.

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This has been the best family health investment we have made. This club is extremely clean, I go there every day and the towels are fresh and warm stacked all over the spotless dressing rooms, you can have your own locker, it is quiet and comfortable......it is everything you expect in a private club. The steam room is wonderful. The equipment is state of the art and updated regularly. People are warm and friendly because it is a private club and this means you feel special and part of a community. I love it. My son swims and the coaching is great, the families are all very nice and friendly. This club was designed by a famous architect Kirtland Cutter and is on the historical register. It is incredibly beautiful and feels regal in many ways. We have had many wonderful times at events. It is absolutely worth every penny.

Pros: Friendly appreciative members and staff

Cons: I honestly can not think of any drawbacks.

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The historic Club is amazing! I was stunned at the ammenities, hotel, lounge two eating facilities and tennis inside wow. No wonder city leaders were every where I looked. They put the "A" in Athletics.

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★★★★★

The historic Club is amazing! I was stunned at the ammenities, hotel, lounge two eating facilities and tennis inside wow. No wonder city leaders were every where I looked. They put the "A" in Athletics.

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I went to the "club" to take a tour and was told I could look around since the marketing staff was not available, and the person in charge of the athletic facility was at lunch. As I started looking around I realized how old and worn the facility was. In the main workout area there were old, broken machines in the corner and when I peeked into the tanning rooms, the beds were disgusting. The pool was small and the water looked cloudy, maybe they hadn't cleaned it in a while. The only area that appeared new was the men's locker room; it was large and had a sitting area with a television. There was even a man with a nametag on eating his lunch and enjoying the football game, maybe he was the person in charge of the athletic facility, if so, I thought that was gross. I agree with the earlier comment, take your business elsewhere, strange rules and worn out facility.

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I went to the "club" to take a tour and was told I could look around since the marketing staff was not available, and the person in charge of the athletic facility was at lunch. As I started looking around I realized how old and worn the facility was. In the main workout area there were old, broken machines in the corner and when I peeked into the tanning rooms, the beds were disgusting. The pool was small and the water looked cloudy, maybe they hadn't cleaned it in a while. The only area that appeared new was the men's locker room; it was large and had a sitting area with a television. There was even a man with a nametag on eating his lunch and enjoying the football game, maybe he was the person in charge of the athletic facility, if so, I thought that was gross. I agree with the earlier comment, take your business elsewhere, strange rules and worn out facility.

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Ok so I am new to the area, and was looking for a gym that my boyfriend and I could both join. I've been calling around all day to this gym or that getting a wide variation of prices and I was just looking to work somewhere. This gym was my 4th call of the day, and I was hoping to end my search.
But this is a "private" club and thus, they have "private" rules. You can't join unless you're 21 years old. Do they realize the median age of people in the city of Spokane hovers somewhere around 30? That means a significant number of people walking around the city are below the age of 21. Obviously I won't be joining here....just wanted to warn everyone to save themselves a call. Unless of course, slurping down alchohol at the gym is your idea of a good workout. I joined City Search just to vent about this place...hope it helps all of you =)

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Ok so I am new to the area, and was looking for a gym that my boyfriend and I could both join. I've been calling around all day to this gym or that getting a wide variation of prices and I was just looking to work somewhere. This gym was my 4th call of the day, and I was hoping to end my search.
But this is a "private" club and thus, they have "private" rules. You can't join unless you're 21 years old. Do they realize the median age of people in the city of Spokane hovers somewhere around 30? That means a significant number of people walking around the city are below the age of 21. Obviously I won't be joining here....just wanted to warn everyone to save themselves a call. Unless of course, slurping down alchohol at the gym is your idea of a good workout. I joined City Search just to vent about this place...hope it helps all of you =)

 

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