Westin Athletic Club in Avon undergoing renovation | VailDaily.com

Westin Athletic Club in Avon undergoing renovation

Daily staff reportnewsroom@vaildaily.comVail, CO Colorado

AVON, Colorado – The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa at Beaver Creek Mountain is undergoing a $1 million renovation and expansion of its fitness center, including 4,000 square feet of new exercise studio space. Now named the Athletic Club at The Westin, the athletic club features more than 27,000 square feet of wellness offerings, including Spa Anjali, a full-service salon, a spa boutique and a 25-yard saline-based outdoor lap pool.Enhancements to the Athletic Club at The Westin include a new pilates studio with four reformers to allow for group and private training classes. The new cycling studio will offer an eight-person multi-rider Computrainer program and the current CycleOps stationary bike programs. The larger yoga studio will allow the club to offer an even more extensive schedule of class times and styles. The project also includes a redesign of the Athletic Club’s 1,100 square foot movement studio to provide truly unique strength and conditioning programs including “suspension” training, power training and functional training class formats. The club will continue to offer a variety of group exercise classes. The locker amenities will see new steam room and additional shower facilities. The project will be completed by December and the Athletic Club at The Westin will remain open during the renovations. Monthly fees start at $110 for individuals and $160 for families, plus a one-time initiation fee. Members can enjoy free valet parking, unlimited access to group fitness classes and use of the resort’s saline-based outdoor lap pool and three riverside hot tubs. For more information on the Athletic Club at The Westin, including class schedules and membership info, call 970-790-2051 or visit http://www.spaanjali.com. For more information on The Westin Riverfront, visit http://www.westinriverfrontbeavercreek.com or call 866-949-1616.

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