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General Info
Equinox isn't just a fitness club, it's a temple of well-being. Discover an unparalleled member experience where innovative programming, rejuvenating amenities and renowned instruction come together to create extraordinary results.
Hours

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (650) 403-4400

Brands
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Payment method
all major credit cards, amex, master card, visa
Neighborhood
Downtown San Mateo
AKA

Equinox Fitness Clubs

Equinox San Mateo

Categories
Health Clubs, Exercise & Physical Fitness Programs, Gymnasiums, Pilates Instruction & Equipment, Health & Fitness Program Consultants
Other Information

Parking: Garage

Bike Parking: Yes

By Appointment Only: No

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dksf2008

11/23/2007

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
Love the pool!

Equinox is one of the few gyms around with an outdoor pool (on the roof!) You can always get a lane, and the pool is always clean and well heated (year round). The gym equipment is also top notch and the staff is, for the most part, very friendly.

hearnkm

12/21/2006

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watch out if you like weekend access or think you may ever need to cancel

I think a premier gym should have 7 day a week access. Pine St. is only open 6 days a week. I signed up at another location that had 7 day access and then moved here. I need the weekend, but when I cancelled because i just can't use the gym without the weekend, they still made me pay another month of dues. Of course it's covered in their contract, but I think it's a pretty significant discrepancy and they should have waived the 30 day cancellation policy as a courtesy since they gym I signed up at had 7 day access. They wouldn't even consider some sort of partial credit. Not fun paying another $130 for a gym I can't use. I was happy at the previous location, but this experience felt like a second rate sleezy gym squeezing every penny out of their members, not the high end facility that had attracted me in the first place.

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