Espace Sportif Pailleron, Paris
Espace Sportif Pailleron Reviews
L’espace forme est particulièrement mal adapté, il manque une pièce dévolue au cardio, alors que deux vestiaires inutiles et une salle de réunion prennent une place incongrue en laissant les machines ... more »The form space is particularly poorly adapted, it lacks a room devoted to cardio, while two useless locker rooms and a meeting room take an incongruous place leaving the fitness machines in a space biscornu. The lack of space forces the practitioners to stretch in a paddock located in the pool. The equipment, dumbbells and other is worthy of a Soviet grocery store of the late 1980 years. There is beautiful material but in a locked room only reserved for the elite of the CrossFit, or in the room dedicated to the group lessons, for others, even with subscription, you can always go to brush with an elastic that hangs. The dressing rooms are filthy, wooden doors rotten, holes in the walls, indelible stains on the floor. For showers, it is the entrance into a slum unsanitary, broken and yellowed ceramics, plumbing at the end of life, with stagnant water and sometimes smell of putrid urine of those who drop in the shower because the toilets are inaccessible. For the two saunas, needless to look for the second, it is apparently eternally broken and only the sauna of women, become mixed, ridiculously small, is still in operation but with furniture of bad fir wood that cracks and breaks. Housekeeping is never done in busy hours so you have to walk in dirt all the time. In case of rain, water leaks flow throughout the building and seals as well as old dirty towels used in the MOP welcome you. Apart from the security guards, who are going through diletaunts, and who are useless, the policy of the minimum wage charge, means that the number of employees is too low to ensure a surveillance of the premises, and a necessary conviviality has any space of well Be. We can see people who come to train in jeans, who walk in shoes of city in the locker room, who dangles boxes of biscuits on the floor, who phone on the treadmill, and of course no one to recall these rules elementary to know how to live in a fitness room. In reality, the lack of professionalism is hard to feel but not at the level of the price to pay, €35 annual subscription for such a catastrophe, which appears badly come. The place surely owes its existence only to a subscription policy all azimuth, a trap tense in the form of a contract, knowing that 80% of the people will not come after three months... It is obvious that things will deteriorate worse and worse and that subscriptions will drastically fall in front of such professional, commercial and sporting negligence.
visite en mai 2018 pour profiter des premiers rayons de soleil. Piscine bondée évidemment en cette saison mais ça personne n’y est pour rien. En revanche le personnel n’a pas l’air très impliqué que c... more »visit to may 2018 to enjoy the first rays of Sun. Pool crowded of course in this season but that nobody is there for nothing. However the staff didn't look very involved whether to explain the rules or enforce them (if you want to swim in the pool with the lines you have to slalom between the children who play and who could very well play on the) side or in another basin history of leave swimmers swim). Appalling hygiene in the entire pool. It's such a shame for a beautiful pool! We had planned to go to the sauna that part of the gym to join the pool. I've never seen a dirty place in my life. The sauna is in a basement, tiled in white worthy of a hospital in the 1950s. Of course it is mandatory to wear a swimsuit, but we fell on naked woman who was eating in the sauna (it was a snack). We stayed 1 h 30 and none of the staff went to monitor or see if everything was OK. When we finally reported these inconveniences, we saw blame to be clients 'demanding '. Multiple justifications erupted "is a usual client" (reason!), "I'm new here I didn't know that the port of Jersey was compulsory" (huge sign on the sauna), "and then first why you bother anyone." nu? ». This what is added is a huge moral/reflection on, apparently, our closed-mindedness about nudity. In short. Horrible visit. Staff not involved at all, who spends his time to offload on the direction ("do a management letter") instead to simply do its job and be OK with customers.
Very good space to have good time, swiminig and relaxing
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