Hot Tub, 6 Seats, 950 L, Remote Control, Lighting, Jet System, Heater, Freeze Protection
Hot Tub, 7 Seats, 1240 L, Neck Support, Heater, Freeze Protection, Jet System
Forget all about wobbly paddling pools – an inflatable spa is very nearly as stable as a standard bathtub, thanks to its sturdy double-walled construction. It’s also much easier to stow away than a rigid spa when not in use, and the price tag is considerably lower. The downside? It may not feel quite as luxurious. Here’s a good guide to inflatable spas if you’d like to know more.
Some suppliers don’t include anything apart from the spa itself, while others may include a ladder for easier entry and exit, or a lid to keep heat in and dirt out. So make sure to double-check what’s included in the total cost when comparing different spas.
There are many ways to add a touch of luxury once your spa is in place. Here are a few accessories that really enhance your spa experience.
Bubble function. There are a number of brands that have become synonymous with their products, and Jacuzzi is one of them. A genuine Jacuzzi may be out of your price range, but you can get the same hydrotherapy benefits from a more affordable spa with bubble massage system.
Airjet massage feature. Like bubbles but even better. Airjets enhance your spa experience to the max.
Decorate like a real spa. Making it nice and cosy around the spa’s location also enhances its exclusive feel. Get inspired from these amazing hot tub set-ups.