The Greenwich Water Club affords its members luxurious amenities, upscale activities3 Sep 2013 5:00 PM
Tucked within Connecticut's most affluent community, The Greenwich Water Club regularly offers its members the opportunity to participate in a number of recreational activities and exclusive access to lavish features while enjoying picturesque views of the Mianus River.
If you currently own luxury real estate in Greenwich, or are planning an extended tour of the area in the near future, you should consider visiting this acclaimed waterfront retreat. Founded by Rick and Cindy Kral many years ago, the pair continues to oversee the club's offerings and heighten its profile among local residents and urbanites seeking a temporary escape from New York City.
Aside from its beautiful location, The Greenwich Water Club affords visitors the chance to take advantage of multiple upscale amenities, including:
Hoping to spend a relaxing day by the water sampling culinary creations prepared by expert chefs? This is the place that you want to be. Executive chef Paul McCann boasts a resume that includes kitchens at some of the region's finest establishments, such as the Waldorf Astoria Bull and Bear steakhouse and the St. Regis Hotel, as well as Le Cirque 2000. With each dish he produces, he makes certain that the freshest ingredients are used, and have been properly combined through meticulous preparation. Touting more than 30 years in the restaurant industry, clubhouse manager Andre Bouchahine ensures that everything is in place and members are treated with the utmost respect at all times.
Looking to break a sweat? You can achieve that end any way you see fit, whether it be exercising in the gym, attending a yoga session, practicing circuit weight training or swimming laps in the NCAA-size heated pool.The club employs personal trainers and nutrition experts to help members reach their fitness goals, and has stocked its athletic center with state-of-the-art equipment including treadmills, stationary bicycles and elliptical cross trainers.
While it is technically part of the fitness center, this portion of The Greenwich Water Club rivals many spas found throughout the country. Members can access gender-specific steam rooms and saunas, as well as a private massage room where an expert will cater to their aches and pains. These services are available to all members, whether they just came from the expansive exercise room, or commuter train after a hard day at work.