Whether you’re on your feet sightseeing all day, traveling for work, or just enjoying a staycation not too far from home—an essential component of any hotel stay is the need to relax, and having your very own personal hot tub or jacuzzi hits the spot. If you know where to look (and are willing to bump up from entry-level rooms), you’ll find that hotels from Cabo to the North Fork of Long Island offer this luxe amenity. Here are just a few of our favorites to consider: a list of hotels with a jacuzzi or hot tub in the room, for when you’re ready for some much-needed R&R.
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Viceroy Los Cabos, Mexico
This sleek, sexy Cabo resort is proof that “Resort View” doesn’t always mean you’re settling. Most of the “Resort View Junior Suites” at the Viceroy Los Cabos come with their own outdoor jacuzzi plunge pools. Call the hotel at the time of booking to make sure you score one—the modern architecture, striking views, and dazzlingly neutral palette make for an unforgettable Cabo experience.
Book now: From $396 per night, skylark.com
Hotel Bel-Air, California
It’s historic, it’s glamorous, it’s in one of the most expensive zip codes in the country. The Hotel Bel-Air is about as classic “Old Hollywood” as you can get. If you’re willing to shell out to book the Presidential Suite, you’ll enjoy a private patio complete with your very own jacuzzi and seating area. File this one under hotel rooms you’ll never actually want to leave.
Book now: From $735 per night, skylark.com
Ventana Big Sur, California
Towering redwood trees and rugged Pacific coastline come together at Ventana Big Sur, a posh Big Sur favorite. The Vista Hot Tub Suite, Superior Hot Tub Suite, Pacific House Suite, Cottage House, and Coast House all feature stunning private jacuzzis, with views of the Big Sur forest and beyond.
Book now: From $1,553 per night, skylark.com
Resort at Paws Up, Montana
Calling all Yellowstone fans: You’ll have to go for one of the Wilderness Estates at this high-end Montana guest ranch to get your own private hot tub, but the splurge is well worth it—you’ll get more than 3,000 square feet of living area, including a soaring great room with roaring natural timber fireplace. Step outside to your expansive private deck for a soak in your very own hot tub, where it’ll be just you and the open sky. Even Beth Dutton would be impressed by the Resort at Paws Up.
Book now: From $1,277 per night, skylark.com
Castle Hot Springs, Arizona
First established in 1896, the Castle Hot Springs, a 2020 Hot List Winner, has long been a retreat for some of America’s most famous families and Hollywood glitterati. Although set against the rugged Bradshaw Mountains, this all-inclusive desert oasis sits just fifty miles outside of Phoenix. Reserve one of the Spring Bungalow rooms—they come with stone soaking tub complete with the healing properties of the resort’s natural hot spring waters.
Book now: From $800 per night, castlehotsprings.com
Sound View Greenport, New York
This serene coastal refuge is just a couple hours east of New York City, yet the Sound View Greenport feels like it could be worlds away. Each room is just steps away from the hotel’s private beachfront, but the Two Bedroom Hot Tub Suite comes with its own secluded waterfront perch: an old-school, wood-fired cedar hot tub built by Forest Cooperage in British Columbia.
Book now: From $203 per night, expedia.com
W South Beach, Florida
Recently reopened after a $30 million renovation, this Collins Ave. favorite is walking distance to the best restaurants and attractions that South Beach has to offer. The W South Beach’s E-WOW Penthouse suites and bungalows all come with private plunge pools and in-ground hut tubs in the room. Take in the epic sunsets—or sunrises, if your night goes late enough—and enlist the hotel’s signature Whatever/Whenever concierge team to bring some champagne (or some hair of the dog) straight to your hot tub.
Book now: From $458 per night, skylark.com
KAI Sengokuhara, Japan
Book early—if you can book at all. The KAI Sengokuhara, an upscale ryokan from Hoshino Resorts, often sells out year-round, perhaps because it has just 16 guest rooms, and each comes complete with its own private outdoor onsen, which is a luxurious rarity in Japan. If you are able to score a room, you’ll be lucky enough to experience the ryokan’s stunning views of Mount Kintoki and the surrounding forests.
Book now: From $663 per night, expedia.com
Miraval Arizona Resort & Spa, Arizona
Those cool desert nights make having a private hot tub that much sweeter—especially when it’s just steps outside your bedroom at the Miraval Arizona. Book one of the expansive villas here and you’ll be treated not only to a private hot tub, but to sweeping views of the Santa Catalina Mountains and Sonoran Desert, too.
Book now: From $815 per night, skylark.com
Four Seasons Resort Hualālai, Hawaii
There are three categories of villas at the Four Seasons Resort Hualālai that come with their own private hot tub, all of which are impressive in their own way: The Hawaii Loa Presidential Villa, the Ho’onanea Villa, and the Makaloa Villa. Choose the Makaloa if you want the ultimate in privacy, as it sits in the gardens at the edge of Waiakauhi Pond. The Ho’onanea and Hawaii Loa Presidential Villas offer direct beach access—so you can watch watch the sun set and humpbacks swim by from the comfort of your own private hot tub.
Book now: From $893 per night, skylark.com
Dunton Hot Springs, Colorado
If wild western charm is what you’re after, you’ll find it in spades at Dunton Hot Springs, just outside a meticulously restored Colorado ghost town nestled in a quiet nook of the San Juan range of the Rocky Mountains. There are a number of adorable cabins you can book, but Well House is the only accommodation at the resort to be built around its now small, on-demand hot spring—which fills up with water sourced directly from the spring.
Book now: From $730 per night, expedia.com
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