Adelaide's public areas (lounge, juice bar, lobby) are very chic, and for travelers with extra time on their hands, the internet access, health infused smoothies and TVs may present a welcome distraction and/or refuge.
This hot yoga studio provides residents and visitors yet another opportunity for to get sweaty. The modern space offers a large wood type flooring in the practice room with views of the shore and plenty of natural light.
The studio is located in the St.
Located in the same multi-level shopping mall as Whole Foods (Yorkville Village), this is an upscale health club, and the admission prices reflect that fact ($25/day with hotel room key). The 26,000-square foot club cover three floors.
Toronto travelers that are looking to workout fresh out of the fusilage or just before boarding now have an option at Pearson International Airport. For just $15, you can break a sweat or get in a pump whether you're coming or going.
These gyms are all over Toronto.They are similar to the United States' 24 Hour Fitness locations. The equipment is on deck and ready; amenities are minimal, and at peak times, it can get crowded.
The North York location offers exceptional service and instruction and boasts a dedicated yoga community. Located approximately 15 miles north of our featured hotels, the studio can be found between Bayiew Avenue and Sheppard Avenue near Bayview Village and Bayview Village Shopping Centre.
Pick up this run route near the Riverdale Farm--we supplied the address. Run down toward the highway in the valley and then head left (north) or right (south). Going right will take you toward the waterfront, along Bayview Ave. to Lake Shore Blvd.
As part of a community center, this JCC houses an excellent fitness center! The bad news is that you'll have to drop approximately $20 (plus tax) for a sweat opportunity.
In the heart of Toronto, Queen's Park is a short jog (1 mile or less) from many of our recommended hotels and adjacent to the University of Toronto. Although a busy street encircles the park, a crushed limestone path runs along the park's circumference.
The location on Yonge Street has two weekly group runs: Wednesday at 6p and Sunday at 830a. Send the shop an e-mail if you're interested in either and have questions about the route or the pace/distance.
Those looking for a competition swim facility should check out the 8 lane, 50-meter lap pool. Don't be intimidated by the stadium seating for thousands or the college swim team members who may free-style next to you. Just enjoy this awesome lapper.
Although the "path" runs beside the Queen's Quay road for a couple miles and is better identified as a sidewalk, a true run/bike path does begin at the east end of Coronation Park (at the intersection of Queen's Quay Rd. and Stadium Rd.).
We like this YMCA, but we highly recommend scheduling your workout here during non-peak hours. It seems the open and airy workout rooms, top notch equipment, variety of group classes, appealing lap pool, and convenient location make this Y a favorite for locals as well.