Discover Why We're the UK's Leading Hot Tub Supplier

Explore Our Stunning Selection of State of the Art Hot Tubs

There can be nothing more relaxing than sitting back, relaxing and unwinding in the rejuvenating and soothing waters of your very own hot tub.

Hot Tub is a nationwide supplier and installer of premium quality hot tubs and spa pools throughout the UK. With over 10 years experience importing and installing our own range of superior quality hot tubs and swim spas for relaxation, rehabilitation, swimming and exercise, we operate from our dedicated showroom in North Derbyshire.

Hot Tub has one of the most extensive ranges of hot tubs and swim spas in the UK, supported by an extensively large stock held on our premises. All of our impressive spas include a range of sensational features as standard at no extra cost, such as atmospheric mood lighting, award-winning water massage jets, built-in Bluetooth speakers and WiFi connection readiness.

From our compact 2 – 3 person (small) hot tubs to the bigger 4 – 6 person (medium) and 7 – 8 person (large), you are bound to find one that suits your precise requirements. Our swim spas, in various configurations, depths and sizes can accommodate up to 8 persons, some with their own separate and dedicated spa bath area.

Whether it’s for a relaxing hydrotherapy massage to ease those aches, an indulgent soak or a swim workout, we think you will love our hot tubs as much as we do. Just imagine having your own personal, luxury hydrotherapy system in your garden that you can use any time of the year. No booking specific time slots, no driving to get there, no queuing and no strangers in with you. Owning a hot tub or swim spa can turn even the most compact of gardens into an oasis. Making you wonder why you didn’t purchase one sooner.

Our incredible hot tub sale and services packages include free delivery to your home, and together with the generous warranties on offer are a testament to the sheer quality of our hot tub and swim spa products.

Frequently Asked Questions

Please be aware that if there is not sufficient space to the sides of the house to access the proposed hot tub’s location, it will be necessary for us to organise and use a crane to lift it into position over the house. This costs between £500 to £1000, depending on the location. Please do discuss this with us.

Our professional installation team will bring the hot tub to your home and place it in your chosen location. Because of its weight/size, they can’t bring it through your house or down steps.

You can also collect from our warehouse. We will forklift it, but you will need suitable transport and the ability to unload and install it at home. Bear in mind that our warranty is voided should you damage your hot tub through unloading it or errors installing it at home.

For deliveries outside the UK, we’re happy to talk, as we can pallet-deliver to almost anywhere.

The amount of space you have available to place your tub in is very important, and you will also need to leave room for access and draining. 30cm or more on each side is recommended, with at least 40cm for the entrance. You may also want to keep in mind the privacy of the location and whether you might want to install a surround. It is of course very important there is an accessible water inlet and waterproof electricity supply. 

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The average cost of a hot tub is £7,000 for those that offer the best value and features. However, they can start as low as £3,000 for the smallest and up to £16,000 for the largest.

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Small – these are designed for 2-3 people and small spaces or more intimate settings.

Medium – these can accommodate up to 6 adults and are the most popular size.

Large – great for entertaining and can fit 7+ adults.

2 Person
Seat two people, two adults will feel ‘cosy’.
Under 200cm in size and 2’4″ – 2’9″ feet in depth.
£3,000 – £9,000, depending on make, model, and features.

3 Person
Room for three but you might need to try it for size and check your space at home.
Under 200cm in size, and 2’4″ – 2’9″ feet in depth
£3,000 – £9,000, depending on make, model, and features.

4 Person
Designed, as stated, for four, but check if you’re regularly going to have four people in your tub.
200cm – 220cm in size and around 2’7″ – 3’2″ feet deep.
£4,000 – £9,000, depending on make, model, and features.

5 Person
Seat five people, but do research and perhaps check in person before deciding.
200cm – 240cm in size and around 2’7″ – 3’2″ feet deep.
£4,000 – £9,000, depending on the make, model, and features.

6 Person
Seats six and often seem more spacious at this point unless you have six adults in at all times.
200cm – 240cm in size and around 2’7″ – 3’2″ feet deep.
£4,000 – £12,000, depending on the make, model, and features.

7 Person
These seat seven adults at one time with a little more depth than some of the smaller models.
210cm – 240cm in size and around 3′ – 3’3″ feet deep.
£4,000 – £12,000, depending on the make, model, and features.

8 Person
Definitely room for 8 adults, and deeper too.
230cm – 250cm in size and around 3′ – 3’3″ feet deep.
£4,000 – £16,000+, depending on the make, model, and features.

Swim spas
Swim spas are used for exercise more than relaxation and can seat between 4-14 people, depending on the make, model, size and set-up of your swim spa.
360cm – 640cm long and around 240cm wide, and also 4’ – 5’ feet deep.
£15,000 – £40,000+, depending on the make, model, and features.

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Your hot tub can last from 5-20 years or more. Quality, correctly-maintained hot tubs with should last at least 20 or more years. Cheaper hot tubs with lower quality materials simply will not last long and even then, if not maintained well, may not last more than 5 years.

A concrete slab, which requires almost negligible maintenance, is the most popular option. Many install concrete slabs, paving slabs, decking and more. When your hot tub is filled it weighs between 250kg – 750kg so placing your hot tub directly on grass or earth is a big no no. To learn more about hot tub bases, read this guide.

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If you are a regular hot tub user, you should aim to change the water every three to four months. If you are more infrequent you may be able to delay an extra few weeks. This is irrespective of the sanitising and cleaning solutions you use to maintain your hot tub.

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It’s very much down to personal preferences, although you should never set the temperature at higher than 40 degrees Celsius. During the summer, when the ambient air temperature is naturally higher, it is usual practice to set the temperature at the lower end of the scale, between 25-37 degrees Celsius, or you can experience overheating, despite the vagaries of the temperature during the British summer.

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The rule of thumb is, the higher the temperature the shorter your stay! The average time spent in a hot tub is usually somewhere between 15 and 30 minutes, but this depends on the temperature of the water. If you like your water hot, you can experience body overheating. This can bring with it feelings of nauseousness, dizziness or light-headedness If you like a “cooler” hot tub, you can, with caution, extend your stay to 45 minutes.

Also, the very young and the elderly are the ones more likely to experience overheating symptoms, so shorter times are recommended.

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