Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Zumba in Los Angeles - 18 stories up on a hotel

Zumba is a Latin inspired dance fitness program created by dancer and choreographer Alberto "Beto" Perez in Colombia during the 1990s.   And now you can do the Zumba here in Los Angeles on top the InterContinental in Century City.  The hotel is offering the fitness on their helipad rooftop for guests (and anyone willing to pay) at their hotel.

(InterContinental's rooftop from above)

You can get in on the action each Thursday from 5:30pm to 6:30pm if you're a guest at the hotel.  If you're willing to pay just $15 bucks (as a non guest) you'll get valet parking and use of the hotel spa's locker room with a small sauna and steam room.  For $40, you'll also gain access to the hotel's large fitness center, large outdoor pool and outdoor jacuzzi.   Sounds pretty cool to me!

You can check out the hotel further at:


  1. I am always amazed that some of the best clubs and restaurants are found in local hotels, yet so many people never consider stopping by a hotel for dinner or a night out.

  2. True call, I guess locals tend to think of a hotel as something for just tourists.


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