5 amazing places to work out

Jumeirah Beach Hotel
If you’re lucky enough to be staying at Jumeirah Beach Hotel in Dubai then Talise Fitness  is the hip and chic place to workout. This New York loft style inspired pad is surrounded by the vibrant energy of an urban environment. Stare at Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, the world’s most luxurious hotel as you clock up the kms on the treadmill, push yourself to the limit in one of the Les Mills exercise classes, practice climbing on the outdoor wall, or try your hand at tennis or squash.

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That’s quite a view, Talise Fitness, Jumeirah Beach Hotel

Jumeirah Vittaveli

Vittaveli translates to ‘vastness of space and eternal light,’ a perfect fit for the island and the resort’s Talise Spa. This tranquil enclave gently nestled within the lush vegetation of the resort, includes ample space to work out or relax. Unwind and sip healthy juices in the garden relaxation area while taking in the picturesque views of the Indian Ocean. Facilities also include a private yoga studio for group and individual sessions. Explore the many treatments that utilise organic ingredients including plants and herbs indigenous to the region. The signature treatment collection is deeply rooted in spa tradition, culturally connected and exclusive to Jumeirah Vittaveli.

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Strike a tree pose at Jumeirah Vittaveli

Jumeirah Dhevanafushi

For those keen to keep fit, sporting activities take on a whole new meaning at Jumeirah Dhevanafushi. The overwater gym provides one of the most idyllic workout locations imaginable. With floor-to-ceiling windows and panoramic ocean views, this is one gym you may not wish to leave. Adventurous types can try adrenaline fuelled waterskiing, wakeboarding and kite surfing or a personal trainer from Talise Spa can put you through your paces with a beach boot camp. If a relaxing start to the day is more your thing, then opt for an hour of yoga by the pavilion.

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One gym you may never wish to leave, Jumeirah Dhevanafushi

Jumeirah Carlton Tower

The Peak Health Club & Spa is one of London’s premier health and beauty centres with stunning views of London. An oasis of calm and tranquility, high above the city on the ninth floor of Jumeirah Carlton Tower, this luxury spa is open to members and guests of Jumeirah’s London hotels. Here you’ll find a wonderful range of treatments, from a gentle head massage to a nourishing and rejuvenating body wrap, and our luxurious facilities include a swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna and steam rooms. An open staircase leads from The Peak Health Club and Spa down to The Club Room. This airy restaurant, perched on the ninth floor, offers healthy cuisine and don’t miss the healthy juices – staff will be happy to create your personal favourite too.

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Take a dip at Jumeirah Carlton Tower

Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel and Spa

Discover spectacular cycling routes and explore the majestic Tramuntana mountain range on a bicycle ride through the island of Mallorca. For those wishing to keep fit, the island’s diverse terrains are perhaps one of its best kept secrets. Marvel at the scenery, the orange groves of Llucmajor and enjoy stunning views along the northern coast. Or pass through Soller, take in the crisp mountain air and explore the picturesque Fornalutx, one of Spain’s most beautiful villages. Refuel with a picnic and cycle back to town via Sa Figuera, a secluded mountain road. After a day in the outdoors, return to Jumeirah Port Soller Resort and Spa, where refreshing snacks and glasses of freshly squeezed orange juice will be waiting.

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Cycle in beautiful Mallorca

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