Major gym upgrade for Cheltenham Chase Hotel

Delta by Marriot Cheltenham Chase
Delta by Marriott Cheltenham Chase Hotel has received a gym upgrade as part of a multi-million-pound investment across eighteen of the health clubs within The QHotels Collection.
 
Working with Life Fitness they are rolling out a major investment programme.
 
The plan includes new technology, equipment, personalised training and immersive workout experiences that will spearhead the fitness development of people throughout the UK.
 
The upgraded Health Club will introduce the Life Fitness SYNRGY station which enables members of all abilities to train independently or in a small group.
Every user will have access to the LF Connect app, downloadable on Apple and Android phones, allowing workouts to be tracked. 
 
Life Fitness equipment is used by the Lawn Tennis Association and their Wimbledon contenders and major sporting facilities and talent globally.
 
Jodi Phillips, UK Business Development and Hospitality Manager of Life Fitness said: “We’re thrilled to be able to provide equipment and programming to Ashford International that will provide its guests and members from across Kent with premium, effective exercise experiences. 
 
“We have seen an increase in people wanting more ‘On Demand’ sessions and personalised programmes when they visit a fitness suite, and we’re pleased that The QHotels Collection vision reflects this, too.’
 
The QHotels Collection, Golf, Leisure & Spa Director Keith Pickard said: “It has always been our desire to offer the best gyms, fitness and leisure activities in the country. Now after 18 months of planning and looking for the perfect partner, that vision is real.  This will also be our biggest investment in over two decades and the best you can get.
 
“We are introducing an anytime, to suit your needs gym and training facility for everyone and at the highest level of coaching and with the best equipment. Many high profile athletes and celebrities are training with some of the high level equipment we are featuring in our gyms.”