Our Hot Tub Range

Whatever your requirements, we can help.

Self-cleaning Hot Tubs

Enjoy your hot tub without the worry of cleaning. our technology cleans 100% of the water every 15 minutes.

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Serenity Hot Tubs

The worlds only hydroclear PureWater Hot Tub.

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Swim Spas

Inspired by NASA technology means your Swim Spa is 26% more efficient than our competitors.

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Premium, No Compromise.

Hydropool have dedicated over 35 years to perfecting the science behind the hydrotherapy and have custom crafted each Hot Tub in our range to provide a balanced and soothing massage.

Here at Hydropool Surrey, you can view our beautiful indoor hot tub showroom and explore our innovative self cleaning Hot Tub collection first hand. Changing facilities are available so you can try our swim spas and hot tubs.

Frequently Asked Questions

Whatever questions you have about buying a hot tub or swim spa for your home, we’re here to answer them. Some of our most frequently asked questions are right here.

Hot tubs don’t use a huge amount of electricity. Obviously, you want to keep your running costs to a minimum, and your choice of model can have a big impact. Our hot tubs are all well insulated to reduce heat loss and therefore reduce the amount of power needed to run then. Our self-cleaning models also avoid the need to regularly refill your hot tub and heat the water from scratch.
Hot tubs require electricity to run, and the amount that it will cost depends on where you are based, your local electricity rates, what time of day you use the hot tub, how often you use it and the size of your hot tub. The cost is typically £1-£2 per day. All Hydropool Hot tubs are amongst the most energy efficient you can purchase.
Our hot tubs are very energy efficient due to their insulation, pump efficiency and self-cleaning technology. Depending on the size of your hot tub and how much you use it, the cost of running it typically works out at about £1 to £2 per day.
The amount of power your hot tub uses will depend on its size and features. Our hot tubs are some of the most energy efficient on the market. While the energy they use varies depending on the model, the cost of running them is about £1 to £2 per day.
When choosing an outdoor hot tub, we have a wide range of high-quality models to choose from. Hydropool is one of the most respected hot tub manufacturers in the world, and our models are designed to last many years. They also come with features like self-cleaning technology and insulation, and we provide hot tubs in a wide range of sizes.
Hydro pools like our range of Serenity hot tubs are ideal for relaxing and enjoying a hydro massage. There is no set time limit on how long you should use yours, and it depends on your own preferences. Anything from 20 minutes up to an hour is common.
Hydropool hot tubs are very easy to drain, and this can be done in a few simple steps. We have created a guide to draining your hot tub with everything you need to know, so take a read through it to find out all the steps to follow.
We would argue that Hydropool hot tubs are the best, but then we are biased. Whichever hot tub you get, look for certain features like good insulation, self-cleaning technology and a hot tub made using high-quality materials. Also, look for a hot tub with a good warranty and great customer reviews.
Hot tubs are by their very nature hot, but how hot should the water be? It depends on the model you use, but in general the temperature is somewhere between 26 and 40 degrees Celsius. Cooler temperatures are more suitable for hot summer days, while just over 37 degrees often feels about right on cooler days. At the end of the day, choose the temperature that is more comfortable for you.