Say Spa: Relaxing, Inflatable Hot Tubs for Winter
If you've ever thought about getting a hot tub but balked at the hefty price tag, check out these affordable, inflatable options. Whether you have sore muscles or joints, or you just want somewhere to unwind, an inflatable hot tub could be just what the doctor ordered.
Our top picks can be inflated anywhere you have access to power (or an extension cord) and enjoyed. No need for professional installation or permanent changes to your yard. And these hot tub options look great — no need for a plastic eyesore on your property. They blend right in.
But the best part about these super spas? You can click to order and start relaxing, stat. Inflate, fill, heat, and then get those jets going!
Best Luxe Inflatable Hot Tub
If you want an upscale look for your yard, the MSPA Tuscany will deliver. Don't let the (plastic) wood paneling fool you, this spa is actually inflatable, and features a rhino-tech six-layer reinforced PVC liner. The top is a silver PVC leather trim, an additional luxe element.
Included with the spa are a heat preservation mat, a cover, an Ozonator, an LCD touch screen control panel, and a 12-month warranty for the liner and electric parts (24 months for the exterior pieces). The MSPA Tuscany holds 227 gallons of water and reaches a maximum temperature of 104°F.
Its 132 jets ensure you'll relax in comfort (although be warned that the bubbles go off automatically after 20 minutes). The MSPA Tuscany looks great for the money, it's easy to assemble, and it provides a great focal piece for your yard.
The Intex PureSpa is a fantastic hot tub for the money, and a great addition to your yard or deck. The PureSpa holds 210 gallons of water, which stays clean thanks to a replaceable filter, hard water treatment system, and a floating chlorine dispenser. It features 120 high-powered bubble jets so it feels just like a "permanent" hot tub.
The 77 inch, four-person inflatable spa takes all day to heat up to 104°F and by evening it's ready for relaxation. The heater heats at a rate of 2–3°F/hr; it would be great if the spa heated more quickly, but if you plan ahead it's not an issue.