Centre Sportif Richard-Bozon, Chamonix

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  • We've been at this Centre for skating on a day when it was snowing a lot (the way is beautiful!) and when you arrive, we can see that there's a wonderful heated pool with a machine that sells everything a person need if you decide to swim suddenly: swimsuits, swimming goggles, etc. Not tested, but next we will for sure! We were directed to the building where there is a skating rink and we rent skates. As we Skate where it is possible, we noticed the quality of the skates, old and uncomfortable. The track also is not the best: relatively small and quite slippery. You give a few turns and then give up, because there's many attractions. Is a different program, worth more for the ride than the skating rink!.
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  • I'll start with the positive. Thanks to the staff of the swimming pool and skating rink. Attentive, pleasant, accommodating, thank you. However: I do not congratulate the update schedules that have been done on the customer note, and I even mention of the mayor who wasn't aware of anything. 21, while my family was skiing, 22, arrived I wanted to relax and enjoy. Impossible rink closed, closed pool, closed sled! And until Saturday the 23rd, 15: 00. Ice rink and pool have really twisted schedules! Not practical. I discovered the multi-activity pass, but we can't do climbing it is not included in it, yet the room is in the sports centre! Pool, hammam, jacuzzi, sauna: shower water is cold. The difference between the temperature of the water and the air makes you cold coming out of the water. The staircase column that allows access to the slide is freezing, Chopper bad again. So with all this as soon as you're not in the water you get the towel. It is soon soaking wet and nothing to dry. The different areas of the pool are good, fast, hot tub, great for the young and old. The jacuzzi area is not visible at the 1st glance. However when we're in we immediately notice the ceiling which the Moldy plaster crumbles over the jacuzzi. Namely that the roof is a dome, I can touch the ceiling (I'm 1 m 50). The hammam, what's this pale pink tiles in space woman? It's and it's ugly, more was stuffed. Not to mention that it took 1/4 hour before having hot steam out. And this space to find another system than the band of color. Because a man employee who enters the woman space to check if you have access, it is average. Fortunately the lifeguards are nice, the cashier at the pool very well too, in my opinion he would have increased because she also manages reservations by phone what he does there can be wait according to the world at the cash register. And the rink staff is great too.
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  • I've been training for a week in the gym of the Sports Centre in question and I have to say, to be a small mountain, Palestrina is discreetly equipped I have hit the handlebars 45 kilos and 45 º hammer press obviously there are many deficiencies in machinery, but all in all is acceptable overall much better than some other gym in my city!!! The single entrance €8 coast, a little expensive
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  • Just what you need after a hard day's climbing. The outdoor pool is great and has great views of the mountains. Not to be missed.
  • Climbing wall is actually a bouldering wall (no ropes) which is badly lit and the mats are ancient and easy to trip over. There aren't many routes either. The indoor swimming pool and water slide was shut when I was there (september) but the outdoor pool was ok if a little cold. Great mountain views though. We found one good sauna, the rest were colder than you'd like. The steam room (hammam) was ok but the door didn't fit and it was cold at the bottom.
  • Nice place. Great activity for rainy days for the whole family
  • Great facilities. Clean and well manned with well mannered staff.
  • Outdoor and indoor pools. kids loved it, with slides and spectacular views of the Mt blanc range

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