French Riviera Spa
2011 Union Ave, Memphis, TN 38104
(901) 728-6463Add Hours
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08/14/2011Provided by Citysearch -
French Riviera Spa always put the happiness and satisfaction of their clients on the top of the list. They not see to it that they have effctive and enjoyable programs. They also made sure that while you work out you can be relaxed as well as you enjoy looking outside the window to a beautiful scenery outside.
08/09/2011Provided by Citysearch -
If you are wondering what your friends or neighbors are up to when they say that they are doing Zumba, try it at French Riviera Spa. This is now getting popular among all ages and many are finding great results once they start doing it. Who knows you might like it too!
08/08/2011Provided by Citysearch -
the newest facility of French Riviera Spa is found in Memphis TN. they have modern and top of the line machines that you can use for a more effective fitness program. trained and certified trainers and staffs can help you make plans and schedule strategies so you can easily achieve your scheduled plans. Try their group spin/cycling as well.
01/04/2010Provided by Citysearch -
The French is a wonderful gym and complaining about a once a year membership is absolutely ridiculous. I pay $180 a year (including the facility improvement fee) and I have no complaints. They have purchased new equipment and are doing expansions on a couple of the gyms. The aerobics classes that are included with the membership are wonderful.
Rating the gym a 1 just because of the $30 facility improvement fee is absurb. (No I am not an employee of the gym
12/28/2009Provided by Citysearch -
About 20 years ago, the Tenn. state law concerning spa memberships was changed to pay a onetime fee of $150 and $5 a year life membership fee. In hopes of a French Riviera building close to where I live, I have continued to pay the nominal fee according to the state contract rules, even though I have not worked out at the their spa during this time. I still have my Tenn. contract.
Today I noticed when paying the fee that it has jumped to $35. I DO believe lifetime membership means lifetime as I am not dead. So I wonder if there will be any type of class action suit for this breach of contract?