Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park Calls Fitness Fiends

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Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London is calling all travelers to get in shape. We hear the luxury hotel is expanding its guest facilities with the opening of a new swimming pool and fitness center, just in time for summer.

The space will include an indoor, stainless steel pool with deck, internet stations and male and female changing rooms. It will be enclosed by stainless steel and glass. Cool touch: A modern fireplace and a waterfall feature will warm up the space nicely.

The hotel has partnered with Sculpt, a health and fitness consultancy, to offer members and guests a menu of wellness services (think personal trainers, nutritionists and a physiotherapist).

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