11 hot tubs from around the world with Instagram worthy views

Instagram boasts some of the most amazing and almost unrealistics scenes you can come across. If you find yourself stalking the explore page wondering how such beautiful places can exist, then you’ll love admiring these views. The team at Pump Sales Direct have been scouring the globe to find the hot tubs with the most Instagram worthy views. It’s hard to imagine anything better than kicking back in one of these with a glass of champagne, right?

  1. Nimmo Bay Resort, British Columbia, Canada

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Hidden deep in stunning woodland, the Nimmo Bay Resort has two red cedar hot tubs with a beautiful view of the surrounding woods and waterfalls. One catch, the only way to get into the resort is by helicopter – at least you won’t have to worry about anyone intruding in your happy place.

  1. Laucala Island Resort, Fiji

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Fiji is one of the most relaxed islands on the planet and it’s not half bad to look at either. Take a soak in one of these tubs and all you’ll hear is the gentle sounds of melodic birdsong and waves lazily rocking against the shores.

  1. Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, Maldives

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Based on the cusp of the scenic Indian Ocean, the Conrad Maldives possesses a spa based over the water. Perfect for spending a day doing absolutely nothing but looking out at the expanding horizons.

  1. The Scarlet, Cornwall, England

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If you’ve ever wanted to feel like you’re cooking in a lookalike crock pot on the English countryside, then The Scarlet have you covered. Though England may not be famed for its warm weather, these tubs will keep you warm no matter how hard the cold tries to get at you.

  1. The Shangri-La Boracay, Boracay, Philippines

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If we could combine two of our favourite things from childhood and adulthood it would be hot tubs and treehouses. At the Shangri-La Boracay they’ve done just that to create something especially beautiful. These treehouses also come with their own personal butler.. where do we sign up please?

  1. The Hotel on Rivington, New York, United States

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When you ask people what they think the best skyline in the world is, a good percentage will say Manhattan. The Hotel on Rivington takes advantage of this by situating a hot tub on their roof. Take a look down at a bustling city from the peace of the rooftop.

  1. Katikies Hotel, Santorini, Greece

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When you think of Santorini, I’m sure the first thing that comes to mind is that serendipitous blue and white. You can enjoy that vista even more from this hot tub located in a cavern in the Katikies hotel.

  1. Banyan Tree Lijiang Resort & Spa, Lijiang, China

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Each villa at this resort is equipped with its own hot tub in a serene private courtyard. We imagine it’s not difficult to attain a state of complete and total Zen if you spend any longer than an hour here.

  1. Fairmont Banff Springs, Banff, Canada

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The second entry from Canada, but offering something completely different. Take a soak in a hot tub on top of a mountain, next to a castle and surrounded by pine trees. Absolute fairytale setting.

  1. Jagged Edge, Queenstown, New Zealand

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Found in the stunning South Island location of Queenstown, the Jagged Edge resort is a bit on the pricey side – from 5,000 NZ Dollars a night, working out about £3,000. Still, you’ve got to admire that view over Lake Wakatipu.

  1. Chalet Lottie, Switzerland

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The Swiss sure do know how to do a view. Boasting as many gorgeous mountain vistas as you can shake a ski at, it was difficult to choose just one. We went with the hot tub at Chalet Lottie and with a panorama like this to wake up to, who wants to go out and hurtle down a mountain all day?

Which one would you head to first?

Andy Higgs
Andy Higgs

I know what it's like to go from being a crazy backpacker without a care in the world, via being a vaguely sensible parent to being an adventurer once more. In other words, evolving into a Grown-up Traveller.

Like everyone else, I love to travel, have visited a lot of countries and all that but my big thing is Africa.

I also own and run The Grown-up Travel Company as a travel designer creating personalised African itineraries for experienced adventurers

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