Reebok Sports Club

Sport and fitness Canary Wharf
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Reebok Sports Club

Spanning three floors, this modern sports club takes gym membership to a chic new level complete with a bar and restaurant and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Canada Square. For now, there's plenty to keep you busy from golf to boxing and indoor football as well as a range of classes. Swimmers are well catered-for with a stunning 23-metre UV-filtered pool and those who like to unwind after a workout can relax in the sauna and steam rooms. In all, about as stylish and serene as a gym gets.


Venue name: Reebok Sports Club
Address: 16-19 Canada Square
E14 5ER
Transport: Tube: Canary Wharf
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Hi guys. Ive been coming to this gym on and off for a little while now whilst it being branded as the Reebok sports club like other reviewers. It was great in the early years when they started as other reviewers have said also. £65 for weekend membership but now has escalated by 33% with on peak membership to be the same. With a few so called refits and increased membership fees with little difference. An increased intention to getting private sessions with a personal trainer with added expenses it honestly is very steep for what you get. Is what is preached on for overweight women. Virgin/david lloyd whom are also a top branded gym has kept there prices very consistent over the years. Third space is a bad brand with too many members. You never get on to machines because it too crowded. They are calling themselves a premium gym like the one in tower bridge and saying they're better than the rest so you can either afford it or go elsewhere. That is what the staff and general manager will tell you. Ben lewis who has been there for a long time does not do anything, but to explain what theyre trying to do and achieve. he;s never around to even chat or put a complain to. As there are alot of corporate members i guess they think people will come anyways irreguardless. I loved going there. Other colleagues of mine also feel the same. Which i introduced to the gym. Now feel sad about. Absolutely no sense of compromise or anything. New members will not appreciate this as as some have stated excellent gym, good facilities etc. You need to read the reviews from members whom have been there a while. Prove something that they will do something by doing something about it. Not recommended. Sorry. If you look at all there gyms its the same auto response both on here and in person with any of the managers.


I recently attended the Groovecycle class here and it was so much fun! A new exercise concept that marries dance and spinning, and has the ultimate feel good factor of laughs and calorie burns I thoroughly enjoyed it. My only complaint would be that the seats are so hard you can feel rather 'bruised' afterwards. But the amazing facilities of Reebok (now Third Space) such as powerful showers, saunas and a pool can definitely make up for it. £80 for weekend passes and an even more expensive monthly membership aren't suited to all tastes - but it is definitely one of the nicest luxury gyms I've been to it in a while!!

Trainers are very unfriendly and the swimming pool is extremely dirty making people sick

For 5 years I have been using this fabulous club, great equipment and friendly staff. The Reebok has given me the opportunity to try loads of different activities, they even have a boxing ring! The new bar is great too, perfect for an early evening drink before the commute