Delhi Development Authority (DDA-http://www.dda.org.in/sports/sports_complex.htm) has been playing a vital role in creating a huge network of sports facilities in Delhi, including sports complexes, play-fields, multi-gyms (http://www.dda.org.in/sports/multigyms.htm), fitness trails and golf courses all over the city. They are not exclusive clubs and are easily accessible. If you are a sport enthusiast look for the one closest to you to gain access to facilities like snooker, table tennis, basketball, lawn tennis, squash courts and swimming pools and gyms.
English-speaking coaches and instructors are very easy to find and are available at most of the facilities mentioned below.
Ozone Spa [Phone: 41550150] in Defence Colony is one of the most popular choices for South Delhi expats, and offers clean facilities for men and women.
Club Olympus at the Hyatt Regency [Phone: 66771242] is a beautiful gym and spa with annual memberships available.
The India chapter of Gold’s Gym started in 2002. Serious gymmers can enroll in any of its three branches–Pusa Road [Phone: 46102400] and Rohini [Phone: 47052771] in New Delhi or in Noida [Phone: 120-2454629]. http://www.goldsgymindia.com/
Talwalkars is India’s largest chain of health centers and has two ultramodern branches in New Delhi at Vasant Vihar [Phone: 26141451] and Greater Kailash II [Phone: 29223244] http://www.talwalkars.net/
U.S. passport-holders can also join the American Community Support Association (ACSA) club [Phone: 24198000], which has a swimming pool, fitness facilities, a restaurant and a bar. http://www.acsaindia.org/