2 Person Hot Tub

Few places are as intimate and romantic as the warm, bubbling waters of a hot tub – even more so when you’re enjoying the soak in the privacy of your own Melbourne backyard. And when you choose a compact, two-person Hot Spring® model, you’ll enjoy innovation, energy efficiency and unmatched hydromassage too.

Why Buy a Hot Spring Hot Tub

Melburnians appreciate quality. And in a Hot Spring hot tub, you get exactly that. We enjoy the backing of the world’s largest spa manufacturer, Watkins Wellness, who have delivered hot tubs to over two million happy customers – enough to place a spa in every single Melbourne dwelling. Our team of local professionals also brings unmatched knowledge and experience, and will help you to make the most of your investment. Your task is simple – choose the right machine. To do that, you should consider:

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How many people will your Hot Spring host? Social butterflies will need more seats than people who are looking for a more intimate escape.

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Consider where you might want to place your hot tub, then check how much space you have, ease of access, and the ability to power and drain your machine.

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Your perfect hot tub will reflect what you hope to get from it, whether health and wellness, relaxation or quality time.

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By investing in a quality hot tub for your Melbourne backyard, you’ll enjoy real returns in soaking experience, lower power bills, longevity and even property value.

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How big is a 2-person hot tub?

Every hot tub in the Hot Spring® range is capable of fitting at least two people.

The smallest is the two-person Mini™, which measures 183cm (L) x 119cm (W) x 71cm (D). Three- and four-seater models are also popular with couples, as they offer a little more space and an extra seat for entertaining. A machine like the three-seater Jetsetter™ LX, for example, has a footprint of 213cm x 165cm.

As a general rule, ‘compact’ hot tubs measure less than 215cm long or wide.

How to find the perfect hot tub size

Ensuring your hot tub has at least two seats is simple enough, as every Hot Spring® model ticks that box. But other hot tub size considerations include:

  • Setting your budget, as bigger spas cost more.
  • Ensuring you have enough seats and space if you plan to entertain.
  • Finding your preferred spot and checking the space you have to work with.

How much does it cost to run a 2-person hot tub?

It makes sense that smaller hot tubs will cost less to run, as there’s less water to heat and treat. But ongoing costs can vary even between different two-person hot tubs, mostly die to energy efficiency.

Independent testing has shown we offer Australia’s most energy efficient hot tubs, with running costs as low as $1 a day. We achieved this through a number of innovative features:

  • High end insulation: Our fully insulated hot tubs keep the warmth in so your heater doesn’t have to work as hard.
  • Insulated covers: Hot air rises, so we’ve also insulated our covers to keep more of that heat in.
  • Hot air induction jets: This innovation sees the heat from the hot tub’s internal machinery recycled into the water.
  • Clever water care: The FreshWater® Salt System keeps your water fresher for longer while using fewer chemicals.

Are cheap hot tubs worth it?

The short answer is no. Cheap hot tubs tend to cost more in the long run, as they have higher running costs and don’t last as long.

Your hot tub purchase is an investment, and by choosing a Hot Spring®, you’ll get a machine that will pay itself back over time. Get in touch with the Hot Spring® Melbourne team for a quote today.

A Melbourne hot tub built for two

Is there anything more romantic than enjoying a soak in a hot tub with your partner? Relaxing, restorative and 100% device-free, a regular soak is an opportunity to connect more deeply with your significant other, all while hydromassage jets sweep the day's stresses and tensions away. Hot Spring two-person hot tubs are just as enjoyable for a roomy solo soak, and are compact enough to fit in even the smallest of Melbourne backyards - in fact, if the surface is strong enough, you can even place these compact machines on your apartment balcony!

Are hot tubs good for your health?

Why drive all the way to Daylesford when you can place a healing Hot Spring right in your own backyard? A hot tub in your Melbourne backyard grants you access to proven health and wellness benefits.

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Immersing yourself in the warm waters of your hot tub sends more blood, and therefore more oxygen and nutrients, around your body to where they’re needed.

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Between the warmth of the water and the action of the hydromassage jets, your hot tub loosens tight muscles and reduces inflammation.

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With buoyancy taking weight off joints and promoting movement, Melburnians with chronic pain or limited mobility can enjoy serious relief in a hot tub.

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The jets, the lights, the sounds, the water features; in a Hot Spring you can sit back, relax and forget your troubles.

The Hot Spring® Difference

With the potential for four seasons on any given day, the right conditions for water-based fun can prove elusive in Melbourne... unless you enjoy total control over your environment. In a Hot Spring hot tub that’s exactly what you get. You’ll enjoy precise temperature control that creates an oasis on those cool Melbourne evenings, luxurious hydromassage to wick away the stresses of living in Australia’s biggest city, and a device-free place for you to connect with your loved ones.

Here’s why Hot Spring® hot tubs are built different.

"I just can't rave enough about fabulous Hot Spring Spas, the product and the people! We purchased an awesome spa at the beginning of winter last year and we are still blown away by the joy it brings us after a hard days work." — Antonia Connell 

"I am delighted to report my spa is back to its glorious state and once again my ‘happy place’ in the backyard is restored." —Angela Huxford-Derecourt