Seattle's Best Gym 2008
You voted for the best Gym in Seattle, and we counted. Check out the results below.
2235 Fifth Ave, Seattle, WA
Offers cardio, weights, workout classes, personal training, wellness and nutrition consultation, massage therapy and nontraditional equipment, including a fitness sandpit.
Tips: Looking to shed some pounds? Try the intensive nine-week Get Lean program, which promises weight-loss results at the end.
2. Pure Fitness
6704 S 19th St W, Tacoma, WA
Fitness facility offers personalized fitness plans, monthly progress evaluation and nutritional guidance. Membership is month-to-month.
3. It Figures - Women's Fitness & Wellness Spa
2020 Maltby Road, Suite 8, Bothell, WA
North-end women’s gym offers group classes and individual workouts, along with acupuncture and an infrared sauna.
Tips: Reward yourself with a treat afterwards at Bella Pizza & Pasta.
4. Olympic Athletic Club
5301 Leary Ave NW, Seattle, WA
Despite its location in an 1890s building, this Ballard gym is fully modernized—and open 24 hours a day.
Tips: Free child care, a juice bar, tanning, massage and spa services, free towels and parking are all offered.
5. Pro Sports Club
501 Eastlake Ave E, Seattle, WA
6. Sound Mind & Body Gym
437 N 34th St, Seattle, WA
Clean and spacious club with tons of equipment serving the Seattle area.
Tips: The Burke-Gilman trail, along the water, is a perfect place for a cool-down walk.
7. Bellevue Club Hotel
11200 SE 6th St, Bellevue, WA
This posh California-style lodging is as exclusive as it gets on the Eastside.
Tips: Guests get (for free) full health club privileges ranging from tennis to tae kwan do. Don’t feel like leaving your room to exercise? A set of hand weights is furnished for your convenience.
8. PRO Sports Club
4455 148th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA
A vast, elegant and surprisingly nonthreatening fitness utopia.
Tips: Want to work out but don’t have a baby-sitter? The club offers licensed child-care services on the premises.
9. Washington Athletic Club
1325 Sixth Ave, Seattle, WA
Get connected—in more ways than one—at this high-tech club rooted in old Seattle.
Tips: WAC has more than 100 reciprocal clubs around the world. Translation: Your WAC membership might allow you to work out for free in Bangkok.
10. Rain Fitness
159 Western Ave W Ste 355, Seattle, WA
Warehouse-loft facility overlooking Puget Sound offers cardio and strength equipment, training, tanning, Pilates, cycling, free parking and indoor bike rack.
Tips: Speciality classes, like Pilates, are available to members for an extra $5 fee per class.
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