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.

Visit our hot tubs page to learn more about spas and hot tubs for sale in our Baltimore showroom.

About Gary Hohne

Gary Hohne is President & CEO of Hohne Pools, a Maryland pool company.

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