Gym users in Dublin will probably know of FlyeFit's reputation for opening gyms in strange locations, and stamping a distinct style on the inside.
For instance, their Ranelagh branch will be familiar to most children of the 1990s as the former site of Il Mondo – in fact, you can still see some of the old fixtures and fittings in there – while their Macken Street venue is decked out in seriously slick street-style art.
After all, if you're going to bust a gut, you might as well do it amid some nice surroundings – and they certainly haven't disappointed with their cracking new George's St venue, which opens tomorrow morning.
Built into an old church building, they've retained all the old features – as you can see in these pictures, tweeted by @CiamhieMc from tonight's launch.
The TRX/yoga room in particular looks absolutely phenomenal – but even the low-hanging wooden ceilings over the spin and cardio areas provide something pretty unique here.
Flye gyms can get a little bit crowded at times – it's a low-cost model which charges just €29 a month, but works off pretty high membership numbers – but there looks to be so much space here that it's hard to imagine it feeling tight.
And while you probably won't get away with wearing heels to a kettlebell class – like Katie Kelly, who sent us the pic below from tonight's launch – it's definitely a pretty decent gym for those who are new to the whole fitness buzz.
Not that we want to talk about such things just before Christmas, of course...
FlyeFit George's Street opens tomorrow, and you can find out more info about joining here.