Momentum Leisure located at 211 London Rd, Liverpool L3 8JD, UK

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Jonothon Corser

5 Google Rating

Great gym! Friendly staff and really helpful. Facilities include a Swimming pool and all the usual g

5/ 5

Great gym! Friendly staff and really helpful. Facilities include a Swimming pool and all the usual gym equipment you'd expect from a good gym! Certainly worth a try

michael osborne

5 Google Rating

Friendly staff and members. Brilliant place to workout and!

5/ 5

Friendly staff and members. Brilliant place to workout and!

Scarred for Life

1 Google Rating

I can't speak for the gym, as I only went for the swimming pool. Cramped, tiny communal changing roo

1/ 5

I can't speak for the gym, as I only went for the swimming pool. Cramped, tiny communal changing room (so beware if you're shy or body conscious) with just two small benches between 5 people when I went. Physically impossible, of course, so I had to change standing in the corner. Only a third of the locks on the lockers actually work. Spent 10 minutes trying to find one that did. As for the pool, the water was almost cold, and full of hairs. Pretty disgusting, all told. The only decent thing was the steam room, which was genuinely relaxing. And you're gonna need it after the anxiety-inducing rest of the place. A bit of a sh*ithole.

stephen parker

5 Google Rating

Brilliant as always

5/ 5

Brilliant as always

Craig Joel

5 Google Rating

Great place it has got everything you need in there!

5/ 5

Great place it has got everything you need in there!

Alaa Saeed

1 Google Rating

It was my worst experience ever . There is no changing room , I changed my clothes in the toilet. Th

1/ 5

It was my worst experience ever . There is no changing room , I changed my clothes in the toilet. The cabinets’ locks do not work , if you lose your mobile, clothes or money , the management is not responsible , so at least they need to fix the locks that let me bring my staff into the swimming pool . The swimming pool is too small and the Jackozi was not working , even the sauna and steam room were full , you need to wait for along time to get there . I stayed less than 30 mins and what made things worse was the shower which is too cold and you need to keep pressing the tap while showering and the hair dryer was a nightmare , it was broken and so dangerous to use , I cannot understand how they keep it , if a drop of water comes though , it could result burns or death.

Nicole Condon

5 Google Rating

Small gym and swimming pool but very nice and very friendly staff! Open to the public!:)

5/ 5

Small gym and swimming pool but very nice and very friendly staff! Open to the public!:)

Ilike Pat-ped Pla-duke

5 Google Rating

Its pretty nice, reasonable price, clean. Friendly staff

5/ 5

Its pretty nice, reasonable price, clean. Friendly staff

Nancy

1 Google Rating

What a joke. Paid for a day pass, called and booked myself in for Saturday, arrived and the place is

1/ 5

What a joke. Paid for a day pass, called and booked myself in for Saturday, arrived and the place is shut. I want my money back, cheers for wasting my time

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  • Saturday10:00 AM - 04:00 PM
  • Sunday06:30 AM - 09:00 PM
  • Monday06:30 AM - 09:00 PM
  • Tuesday06:30 AM - 09:00 PM
  • Wednesday06:30 AM - 09:00 PM
  • Thursday06:30 AM - 09:00 PM
  • Friday08:00 AM - 06:00 PM
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