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Posted Friday, December 21st 2018

Flyers launch new partnership with Village Hotel Bristol

Bristol Flyers is pleased to announce Village Hotel Bristol as the official hotel and gym partner to the club.

With 30 locations across the country, Village Hotels brings its high‐tech approach, hotel and gym, flexible work spaces and premium leisure offering to Filton, the heart of Bristol’s technology and business hub.

Based just two miles away from the team’s current home at SGS College, the partnership will see the Flyers’ first team players train at the brand new Village Hotel Gym Bristol, which opened in at the beginning of the month.

“We are delighted to join forces with Bristol’s only professional basketball team,” said Jennie Steward, General Manager of Village Hotel Bristol. 

“As a business at the heart of our community, we think the Flyers are a perfect fit for us. Our brand new state of the art gym in Filton will provide the players an elite environment for training, recovery and injury prevention.”

Village Bristol has 153 stylish bedrooms connected with smart technology. Every bedroom is fitted with a virtual concierge, the Amazon Echo and Echo Dot, which hotel guests can use to order room service, set alarms, and call room to room, all without lifting a finger.

The hotel’s large state of the art gym is now open for memberships, and features the first ever immersive Les Mills© spin class THE TRIP in Bristol, one of only eight in the UK.

“We’re honoured that the Village Hotel have decided to work with us,” added Bristol Flyers Head Coach Andreas Kapoulas.

“We’re constantly growing as a club both on and off the court and exciting partnerships like this are crucial to our on-court success.

“It is the first step in what we hope to be a long-lasting and mutually beneficial relationship.”

Click here for more information on the brand new Village Hotel Bristol

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