• Boost Your Wellbeing

  • Reduce Stress Through Hydrotherapy

Luxury Spas Delivered to Your Door

Each Spa Includes Bluetooth and LED Lighting 

Interest-Free Finance Available 

Our Spas

  • The Luxury Torina - Pearl
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    £4,499.00
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    £4,499.00
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    £5,499.00
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  • The Luxury Torina - Silver
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    £4,499.00
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    £4,499.00
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    £5,499.00
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  • The Luxury Verona - Silver
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    £3,995.00
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    £3,995.00
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    £4,995.00
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  • The Luxury Milano - Pearl
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    £4,295.00
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    £4,295.00
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    £5,295.00
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  • The Luxury Milano - Silver
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    £4,299.00
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    £4,299.00
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    £5,299.00
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Why Choose to Shop with Luxury Spas

product focus
  • Specialist filtration systems

    to keep water clean

  • Wide range of spa designs

    suitable for 4-6 people

  • Smart Control Panel

  • Adjustable Heating Control

  • Steel jet covers

    for reduced maintenance

  • Each spa design

    boasts multiple settings

What Our Clients Say

My Family Loves The Hot Tub

Tom R.

“I bought a hot tub as a gift for my wife, who has always wanted a hot tub in the garden. She was overjoyed with the hot tub, as were my two children. Having a hot tub in the back garden has bought us closer as a family and has meant that we’ve been able to spend more quality time together.”

5-star

23.04.2020

Great Times With My Grand Kids

Jack W.

“My grandchildren love spending time in the spa - as soon as they come to visit they ask if they can splash about in the hot tub. It’s lovely to see them having so much fun!”

5-star

20.04.2020

Great Times With My Grand Kids

Jack W.

“My grandchildren love spending time in the spa - as soon as they come to visit they ask if they can splash about in the hot tub. It’s lovely to see them having so much fun!”

5-star

12.05.2020

My Hot Tub Has Overhauled My Wellness

Lucy T.

“Absolutely love my hot tub spa - it’s changed my entire approach to wellness and has helped me to put self-care, and my wellbeing, first. I never knew the wide number of health benefits a hot tub could have, until I got my own one!”

5-star

16.03.2020

My Hot Tub Has Reduced My Back Pain

Emma W.

“A friend purchased a hot tub and told me how her hot tub had helped to alleviate the neck and shoulder pain she had suffered with for years. As I suffer with daily back pain I thought I would see if having a hot tub for hydrotherapy would help reduce my pain - and I’m pleased to say it has!”

5-star

09.06.2020

Luxury Spas

Contact Us Today to Discuss Your Perfect Spa

If you have any questions and would like to speak to one of our experienced team then please fill in the form below and we will get in touch right away.

Planning permission is not usually required as hot tubs are not permanent features and can be easily moved, should they need to be. However, if you live in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a conservation area, or in a listed property, it’s worth seeking advice from your local planners beforehand. 

For the installation process, you need: a solid, level base for the hot tub to stand on, an accessible power outlet, and a hose pipe. If you are planning on sinking your hot tub into the ground, there will be some other considerations to think about - we can provide further advice about this on a case by case basis. 

Most of our hot tub designs are extremely heavy, which can make them difficult to move. It’s also worth noting that, if not moved properly, damage can easily occur. If you want to move your hot tub, it’s a good idea to have plenty of help and trailers to help move the spa safely and without causing damage. 

It is important to remember that hot tub heaters vary from model to model, with the amount of water the tub holds and the time of year and outside temperature having an impact on how quickly the water heats up. An average amount of time to heat up a hot tub initially is 20 hours, however this can differ depending on the model, its features, and its size. Remember, once a hot tub is heated up for the first time, it is designed to remain hot 24/7. 

The cost a hot tub takes to run depends on the make, model and material of the hot tub. While some designs can cost as little as £5 a week to run, other designs can cost £30 or more a week to run. The difference in running cost depends on a range of features, from factors like what material the hot tub is made of and how insulated it is to whether it has a thermal cover or a thin cover that offers limited protection. 

If you use your spa most nights, then it makes sense to keep it hot at all times - a high-quality thermal cover is essential for this. Whereas, if you only use your hot tub sporadically, such as on special occasions, then it may be more efficient to turn on each time you want to use it. 

There is not a recommended time limit for using a hot tub, however the heat can make dehydration more likely, so it’s important to drink plenty of water while you’re in there.