Best Hot Tubs for Winter

Which are the best winter hot tubs? Choosing the best cold-weather hot tub is a bit like picking the best car: It comes down to which features matter most to you.

The Sundance® Aspen™: A Winter Hot Tub Workhorse

The Sundance® Aspen™ sets a high standard for cold weather hot tub enjoyment. You’ll find it all in the Aspen™. Eight varieties of massaging jets — 66 jets in total – offer the ultimate hydrotherapy experience. The Aspen™ features a SunGlow™ LED lighting system, making it an attractive hot tub for winter nights. Ergonomically designed seats let you relax in comfort.

The Aspen™ seats 7-8 adults comfortably. At 90” by 110”, it’s a roomy option with a 520-gallon volume. Four shell colors and three cabinet colors are available. If you’re looking for the best cold weather hot tub, you’d do well to consider the Sundance® Aspen™.

The Artesian Spas Bimini: A Cold Weather Hot Tub for the Luxury Set

Another strong contender for best hot tub for winter is the Bimini from Artesian Spas. Measuring 91″ x 132”, it’s a big roomier than the Aspen; the Bimini seats 9 adults with ease. Clearly designed for entertaining guests, it’s a dream option for winter hot tub time. Six massage seats, two personal loungers, and a cool down seat make the Bimini a popular hot tub when the temperature drops.

Request an EstimateWhat sets the Bimini apart are the optional upgrades; a cascading waterfall, a relaxing pillowfall, a marine-grade stereo system, and LED lighting are among the many available upgrades. The heavy-duty ProGuard spa guard is a must-have if your spa is exposed to extreme cold.

Pound for pound, the Artesian Spas Bimini is a legit contender as a cold weather spa.

Leisure’s Edge 850: A Top 10 Choice for Best Hot Tub

For true hot tub connoisseurs, the Leisure’s Edge 850 from Premium Leisure is the go-to choice as a cold weather hot tub. And it’s no wonder: This model was named among the ten best hot tubs in the 2010 spa and hot tub picks by

With 50 premium hydrotherapy jets, the 850 provides a steady source of relaxation. It’s smaller than both the Aspen and the Bimini – just 91” by 91” – but still comfortably seats 6 people. Its affordable price tag makes it a fine choice for those looking for accessible hot tub pricing.

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