Travel to each one of these unbelievable hot tubs in the world, from hot baths filled with beer to relaxing in luxury in a hot tub in Dubai.
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10. Assawan Spa
Dubai has a knack for doing things with a high amount of class and luxury. The Assawan Spa and Health Club is a perfect example of this. You can find this fantastic spa and hot tubs on the 18th floor of the Burj Al Arab, the only seven-star hotel in the world. You won’t find a fancier hot tub anywhere in the world.
9. Katikies Hotel
This hotel in Santorini, Greece is home to one of the nicest hot tubs you’ll ever see. Located in a cave cut into the Caldera cliffs this hotel features breathtaking views of the Aegean Sea. Santorini is one of the most picturesque destinations in the world and is a great place to spend a romantic getaway.
There is a company called Hot Tug that has built and rents out the first and only sailing hot tub in the world, making it possible for anyone with the cash to put a hot tub wherever they want. Based in Rotterdam, Hot Tug has boats all along the canals of the famous port city. Hot Tugs are hot tubs in a vessel that are heated by an oven. The structure is made of wood and plastic, allowing it to float.
7. Igloo Village
Built within caverns cut into the snow, Igloo Village is constructed annually 2700 meters high in the Swiss Alps. The network of igloos is capable of housing up to 38 people and contains a fantastic open-air hot tub that is surrounded by snow. Incredibly Igloo Village is rebuilt every year and takes about 3,000 tons of snow to build.
6. Brooklyn Rooftop
New York recently became home to a unique hot tub experience, Hot Tub Cinema. For $55 a ticket viewers were able to sit in an inflatable hot tub and watch Hot Tub Time Machine on a rooftop in Brooklyn. The event took place in 2014 and was the debut of Hot Tub Cinema in the United States. The company regularly hosts hot tub movie viewings in London, but seeing as their Brooklyn debut was a smash hit, there’s sure to be plenty more Hot Tub Cinema parties in cities around the world.
5. The Gueuroz Bridge
The Swiss throw the most epic hot tub parties in the world. If you need any proof, just check out this hot tub party that took place 612 feet in the air. A group of hot tub enthusiast daredevils suspended a hot tub off of the Gueuroz Bridge in Switzerland on October 1, 2011, and spent the day relaxing (as much as they could) and having a fun time. The group responsible for this fantastic idea is known as The Jacuzzi Association, and they are responsible for placing this and several other hot tubs in extreme locations around the world.
4. Mont Blanc
The Jacuzzi Association was at it again in 2007 when they climbed the highest mountain in Western Europe with all the necessities to build a jacuzzi strapped to their backs. The group of twenty waited for perfect weather conditions and made a night hike up the mountain, reaching the summit early the next morning. After setting everything up and filling the jacuzzi with fresh snow, the group did what they set out to do and threw a giant jacuzzi party. Judging from pictures of the event the trip was an overwhelming success.
3. The Bottom of a Cave
A 15 man group from The Jacuzzi Association set up a hot tub in a cave in 2009, which wasn’t a very easy task. The group had to carry 35-pound loads while scuba diving into the cave to make this wild hot tub party a possibility. The party that ensued looked like a lot of fun but there was one very obvious thing missing, girls.
2. Starkenberger Brewery
A hot tub full of beer sounds like something dreamed up by a frat. Starkenberg Brewery in Austria made the idea a reality when they turned one of their fermenting vats into a beer hot tub for their customers. It may sound sticky and uncomfortable to sit in a tub full of warm beer, but it’s supposed to be very nourishing for your skin. The alcohol removes toxins and the hops, yeast and vitamins in the beer have rejuvenating qualities. It’s also perfectly healthy to drink the beer if you don’t mind it being warm that is.
1. The Carpool DeVille
Two men in Los Angeles have built the world’s fastest hot tub. It all started in the early 1980’s when the men were undergraduates at McMaster University in Canada. They took an abandoned 1982 Chevy Malibu and turned it into a hot tub on wheels. After moving to Los Angeles, they did the same thing to a 1969 Cadillac DeVille. After a successful Kickstarter campaign, the two set out to Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats for Speed Week in 2014 to make the title of world’s fastest hot tub official. Unfortunately and ironically the track flooded, and officials were forced to cancel the race.