At Lyons Holiday Parks, we have noticed a significant upward shift in the popularity of hot tub holidays.
Not long ago, the Jacuzzi was an opulent luxury, the type only found within suites at a five-star hotel. Yet the situation has drastically changed thanks to the rise of the humble hot tub. The elaborate Italian name has been kicked into touch, state of the art technology has increased comfort levels, and now hot tubs are found across a wide range of accommodation options.
Yet this doesn’t resolve the question posed by this article: Why are hot tub holidays hitting their popularity peak right now in the UK? They generally command a premium rate, for instance, but that doesn’t stop them from hitting unavailable status in double-quick time.
To help provide an answer, here are a few points that make hot tub holidays an enticing prospect for families.
A year-round activity
People love to go swimming on holiday when overseas in a warm climate. Yet in the UK, with its notoriously temperamental weather, there’s a very limited time frame to actually go for a dip in the pool!
A hot tub, however, is not only open during the summer holidays. They are essentially ‘weatherproof’. This means that, unless a storm is taking place, a hot tub can be used on a year-round basis. In fact, the warmth of the water is particularly alluring during the contrast of a cold winter night.
The perfect spot to unwind
While some people like to simply lounge around on their holiday, others try and fit in as many activities as possible. When you do have a long day out exploring and having family fun, there’s nothing quite as inviting as a hot tub. They’re ideal for rejuvenating your body, with the pulsating jets of water supplying a revitalising massage unlike any other.