Odyssey Health Club & Spa located at 117 Macquarie St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

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Charles B

5 Google Rating

Friendly small gym with personal feel...beats the big chains.

5/ 5

Friendly small gym with personal feel...beats the big chains.

Henry Tang

5 Google Rating

Small little hotel-public gym but very well equipped! Bench press, weights, smiths machine, dips, ca

5/ 5

Small little hotel-public gym but very well equipped! Bench press, weights, smiths machine, dips, cable pulls, lots off medicine balls, suspension cables (not TRX but not important), two C2 rowing machines, plenty of cycles, treadmills and a couple of machines. Quiet at night which is great for hotel guests. Needs more room and ventilation could be improved.

Graham Stewart

2 Google Rating

I emailed Odyssey to enquire about membership, to the address mentioned on their website. However be

2/ 5

I emailed Odyssey to enquire about membership, to the address mentioned on their website. However be aware - the gym has taken my details and signed me up to their advertising mail-out without any mention to me. If this is how prospective client's information is handled I will not be pursuing membership. Staff are friendly.

Anthony Summers

5 Google Rating

Yet another great massage from Odyssey! Marta is always professional and thorough with her treatmen

5/ 5

Yet another great massage from Odyssey! Marta is always professional and thorough with her treatments and I'm already looking forward to my next massage.

Christine Lee

4 Google Rating

i was bit annoyed by the person who took my appointment didn't mention about after hours charge but

4/ 5

i was bit annoyed by the person who took my appointment didn't mention about after hours charge but i got the best massage there so it was all good. Lady there was very good at massage and friendly.

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  • Tuesday09:00 AM - 08:00 PM
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