A private hot tub is a great way to unwind during your hotel stay. Whether you are travelling on business or a holiday, an in-room Jacuzzi provides you with a relaxing oasis.
Rooms with Jacuzzis
A hotel room with an in-room jetted spa tub might be called different things depending on the hotel. Usually, the room refers to the brand of the tub. For example, it might be referred to as a “Suite with Jacuzzi”. Jacuzzi is one of the world’s most popular hot tub brands, although there are others. If the hot tub is a Whirlpool, the room might be referred to by the hotel as a “Whirlpool Suite”. These rooms might also be referred to generically, such as a “hot tub suite”.
Many hotels include the type of bed in the name of their rooms. In these cases, the room might be called “King Room with Jacuzzi” or “Double Queen Room with Jacuzzi”. You might also see hotels call rooms a “Deluxe Room with Hot Tub”.
Finding a room with a Jacuzzi
To know whether a room has a hot tub, look out for these common terms along with the name of the room:
- Hot tub
Some rooms might not include Jacuzzi in their title. For example, some luxury or honeymoon suites might feature a hot tub although this is not reflected in the room’s name. In these cases, it is helpful to check the list of amenities for each room to confirm whether a hot tub is included.
Booking your hot tub room
When booking for a hotel room with a hot tub, be sure to check the amenities list on the booking site, for ins. This will help you narrow your search when making an online reservation. In no time, you will find any available rooms with a Jacuzzi or another type of hot tub. Alternatively, scroll through the search results and keep an eye out for rooms with hot tub or similar terms in the title. Similarly, look at the list of amenities.
Have a try at the Booking.com search box below!