- Kiara Atighetschi
- 7 months ago
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About the Business:
Equinox East 61st Street is a Gym located at 330 E 61st St, Manhattan, New York, New York 10065, US.
The business is listed under gym, personal trainer, physical fitness program, pilates studio, yoga studio category. It has received 87 reviews with an average rating of 3.8 stars.
- Kiara Atighetschi
- 7 months ago
- Nazim A
- 8 months ago
- 9 months ago
- A. S.
- 10 months ago
- Joel Madrid
- 1 year ago
Equinox East 61st Street is open the following days:
Wednesday : 5:30AM–10PM
Thursday : 5:30AM–10PM
Friday : 5:30AM–8PM
Saturday : 7AM–7PM
Sunday : 7AM–7PM
Monday : 5:30AM–10PM
Tuesday : 5:30AM–10PM
Equinox East 61st Street is listed under
Here are some reviews from our users.
"From a bodybuilders perspective: believe me if I say this is the best Equinox in NYC - I worked out at all of them. Yes places like Hudson y are pretty, but if you go to the gym to actually (!) train hard, this is the place to be. No other equinox has this wide selection of great equipment (especially for leg & back). It is never cramped such as downtown gyms and the space is massive. I drive min up from soho to workout there. Just disregard the outdated locker rooms, the quality of workouts you get here will make up for that."
"I dislike the layout of the gym. Anytime you need to take an elevator from floor to floor (while them being incredibly slow during rush hour), is not fun. Most basketballs in the gym are deflated. And, the lockers require you to sign and get a key that you need to carry with you everywhere. The pool and the jacuzzi isn't maintained properly. But, the shower pressure is a absolutely amazing. My favorite thing about this location."
"I'm locked into a one-year membership here despite reduced opening hours. 8pm on Friday and 7pm on Saturday and Sunday. Not counting that facilities close usually minutes before those times. On the other hand, very spacious facilities, clean if small pool, and nice staff. Just seemingly powerless to change anything as Equinox corporate dictates everything. Won't be renewing."
"I decided to stop by this facility to use the pool — I had no idea I was stepping into some kind of s time portal. After some light research, I discovered that this gym (formerly the “Vertical Club“) was basically the Studio of the ‘’s. For better or worse, it doesn’t seem as though the gym has changed since it’s heyday. I noted carpeted locker rooms, a vase of plastic lilies, lock-and-key lockers, and turquoise-blue carpet in the stairwell. I half expected to see women with glittery makeup and belted leotards turn the corner. All in all, the vibe really doesn’t match the Equinox branding. On the other hand, I did enjoy the facilities. They have a small pool, huge jacuzzi, steam room, sauna, and tons of other amenities that I didn’t get a chance to use. In addition, the staff were all super friendly and helpful!"
"Huge Equinox. Poor design severely need a remodel in locker rooms. Extremely dirty looks like it’s from the s or s. Moldy carpet they have keyed lockers that the gym will freeze your membership or charge you if you forget to return them. Never happened to me but it’s annoying when all other gyms are updated. They make you sign a log sheet and all other members can see your name and phone number…very invasive. Just update your locker rooms. It’s been long enough."