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Another city. Unfamiliar territory. You're motivated, but time is limited. Where to work out? How to find a gym?

TrainAway was created to remove barriers to fitness and to remove the inconvenience of working out in a gym while traveling.

Forget the hotel gyms, the home workouts and the time-consuming research behind accessing a quality gym. TrainAway gets you in to more than 1300 gyms in 40 countries worldwide. No subscription needed, just buy a day pass when you need it, show it at the reception of the gym and you're ready for what really matters - a great workout!

The Seattle Gym - Queen Anne


Located in one of the gorgeous craftsman houses the Queen Anne district is known for, The Seattle Gym has opened its doors in 1982 – and stood the test of time. Their constantly upgraded equipment, premier classes, and warm atmosphere will make every visitor feel like home.


The Seattle Gym spreads through two floors and features a superb weight area especially focused on free weight lifting. Their cardio machines have personal view screens that allow you to create tailor-made training sessions, while they also boast with a large empty room designed for stretching, pilates and group classes. They offer a range of group activities, including ZUMBA, Kickboxing, and Yoga, as well as designated kids’ activities and dry saunas for restoration.

Day Passes Available

If you want to train in The Seattle Gym during your short stay in the city, the quickest and most affordable method would be to book a day pass with TrainAway. The pass allows you to train in the gym anytime during their working hours (usually from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.) and helps you avoid making any long term commitments.

Finding The Gym

The Seattle Gym is located in the heart of the Queen Anne neighborhood, next to the intersection of Queen Anne Ave N and Garfield streets. If you’re not in the walking distance of the gym, the best way to get there is by bus. Take line 13 and exit at the Queen Anne Ave N & Garfield St station, which is just a minute walking distance away.


Focused on mind and body connection, rather than just physical training, The Seattle Gym is a holistic and friendly spot that will serve all your fitness needs while you’re in the city.

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Queen Anne

Once known as Eden Hill, the Queen Anne neighborhood was renamed after its gorgeous mansions built in the like-named English architectural style. It’s now popular for offering some of the best views on Seattle, especially those that can be seen from the massive Kerry Park. Space Needle also offers magnificent views, as well as a Glass Museum and a rotating restaurant titled SkyCity. Space Needle is a part of a much larger Seattle Center, that offers countless events and exhibitions, such as those on Pearl Jam and Nirvana in the Museum Of Pop Culture. Queen Anne is also popular for its dining options, with its iconic “How To Cook A Wolf” restaurant being one of the must-visits. 

Both adults and children will enjoy the Pacific Science Center, which features exhibitions on dinosaurs, mechanics and the human body. A lovely Buttlerfly House and an IMAX Theatre also found their home at the Science Center. Like most of Seattle, Queen Anne is also popular for its shopping culture. Rather than huge shops and malls like the downtown, you’ll be able to explore small, locally-owned boutiques where you can find everything from home decor to gaming supplies. During the evening, try to catch one of their live events, especially concerts in the KeyArena, a long-standing structure that hosted Elvis Presley and The Beatles in the past. 

How to find a gym with day pass in Queen Anne?

Queen Anne is a picturesque neighborhood, recognized for its culture as well as their craftsman houses. One such building is a home for the best gym in the area, The Seattle Gym – Queen Anne. The gym spreads through two floors and offers top-of-the-line cardio and strength equipment, as well as exciting classes. If you’re just briefly stopping by in the neighborhood, you can book a day pass for the gym with the help of the TrainAway App. The receptionists at the gym are welcoming to tourists just as they are to locals, and you’ll just need to show them your pass to get full access to the gym. 

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