Good quality jacuzzi tubs are often had from around £300, but if you would like one to require permanent pride of place in your outdoor space, then prices steadily rise into the thousands. Inflatable hot tubs are great to be used in warmer weather, but manufacturers recommend packing them away within the winter
Canadian Spa Grand Rapids Plug & Play
This mid-priced Canadian spa bathtub is right for adults who want to recreate the spa atmosphere reception. The bathtub has 88 jets that make a soothing air massage for the whole body and therefore the deep shape means adults can fully submerge to reap maximum benefits.
Lay-Z-Spa Vegas bathtub
he bigger version of the Miami model Lay-Z spa, the Vegas will easily house up to 6 people at a time and inflates in under five minutes, so you will not need to lollygag around to urge the party started.
Helsinki 5-7 person bathtub
While this Helsinki tub is on the pricier side, it's an excellent option for bigger outdoor spaces and may delay to seven people at a time. The Nordic inspired design also looks pretty stylish too.
Outdoor Whirlpool bathtub
The Outdoor Whirlpool bathtub is certainly a top contender if you would like a group of reliable features, and it is a smart-looking tub else. Its 44 massage nozzles operate at 2.24 kilowatts per hour, and there is a 3kw heater inside. It’s operated by a really simple, very straightforward LCD OS, and therefore the ozone disinfection system is certainly a highlight at this price.
Norfolk Theatre bathtub
Yes, you'll be spending more on the Norfolk Theatre bathtub than you probably did on your last car - but once you see its capacious size and its array of features, you'll understand why. You’ll fit a whopping total of ten people during this bathtub or, because the manufacturers say in their product description: 'almost an entire football team'. Should said team fancy watching a game, they need the selection of tuning into the 42-inch, foldout LCD television.