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Olympic Athletic Club has a treat for you!
New Customer Guest Pass
First time local guests can print out a VIP pass, granting free entry to club for 3 days

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Pam F.
Report | a year ago
2yrs ago I wouldn't have considered becoming a member. When I went back in December and they had remodeled, I was very impressed. It had a new pool, a new dressing room with a sauna and steam. Updated equipment and very clean. I joined the club and find the club very reasonably priced.
Aaron B.
Report | 2 years ago
Great deal. Glad I had a chance to try the club!

From Our Editors

Members of Olympic Athletic Club strengthen their muscles in a building where weary nineteenth-century travelers used to rest theirs. The historical former hotel still exudes old-fashioned glamour, from the theater-like marquee and a clock designed by renowned neon artist Roger Legerano to the interior's leather furniture and exposed brick walls. A tour of the inside of the club also reveals why it was named Best Workout Venue in 2009 by the Ballard News-Tribune and Best Health Club in 2012 by Seattle Magazine.

In addition to rows of cardio machines with personal-viewing screens, visitors catch a glimpse of group classes that range from meditative tai chi to high-intensity boot-camp workouts. Children in the Kids Korner can entertain themselves by calculating the number of calories in an invisible friend's lunch while their parents swim laps in the pool or play a game on the basketball and racquetball courts.

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