Rexville Towne Center, Bayamón, 00957, Puerto Rico
Monday 5:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Saturday 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
About the business
Planet Fitness Gyms in Rexville, PR
Experienced trainers, friendly staff and state-of-the-art equipment in a Judgement Free Zone. We’re not a gym. We’re Planet Fitness of Bayamon, PR.
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Recent Google Reviews
Mariangeli Lugo Zayas said 4 years ago
Love to work out here. Service is excellent and amenities are always clean. Sometimes is a little bit too crowded, specially around 6-9pm on weekdays, but other than that it is OK.
Red Rideing Hood Hood 1 said 4 years ago
Perhaps one of the most impressive gyms I have gone too. The staff is friendly, helpful and very knowledgeable. Excellent membership benefits with 2 levels of memberships. The vip for $20 monthly includes a wide array of services including professional trainers, use of the entire inventory of fitness equipment including massage machines for different effects. Tanning booths, hair stylists and reduced prices on merchandise. Truely a hiddened gem.
Alberto Quintana said 4 years ago
Pretty cool, organized and clean. I saw machines that are not in other Planet Fitness in the main land. The staff was fun and courteous.
Geodanny Correa said 4 years ago
Different like the others, still warm customer service, awesome space for weights and cardio
Wilfredo Rosario Rivera said 5 years ago
Great place. Big. Lots of cardio equipment. The Monday through Friday 24 hours is great.
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