Aquavia Spa promoting compact style

Aquavia Spa is continuing a policy of advanced product innovation with the latest launch of ‘Made in Europe’ designs to increase the choice for consumers who are seeking unique hot tub options with long warranties.

This year Aquavia Spa, which has recently been awarded with the ISO14001:2015 certificate for environmental management at its state-of-the-art production facility near Barcelona,  has ramped up production to provide retailers with innovative technology and stylish new compact Home Spa and Suite Spa choices to promote in their showrooms to prospective customers.

Coming in at 215 x 171 x 75cm and with the capacity to accommodate four people, the Home Spa is being proclaimed as ‘the most attractive minimalist hydromassage hot tub available in the European market’ as part of promotion to UK consumers in the latest edition of WhatSpa? magazine. The stylish and compact model, pictured, from the Exclusive Range incorporates 28 jets and has been produced to appeal to couples with a lounger-shape design and a focus on back treatment hydrotherapy with different massage capabilities in the four positions.

The four-seater Suite Spa comes in at 203 x 150 x 72cm and is a top quality addition to the Premium Range, which includes the 2019 WhatSpa? Best Buy Award-winning Aqua 8. With 20 jets, the Suite Spa has 28 massage points and is also aimed at couples seeking extra stylish hydrotherapy and enhanced back massage capability from their hot tub purchase.

As part of its innovation, Aquavia Spa has also launched the Blue Connect Plus as a new accessory for the Premium Range of hot tubs. It allows owners to analyse the quality of their hot tub’s water, via their smartphone or tablet devices, so that it can always be maintained at optimum levels. It also has integrated weather forecast capability for owners to check ahead before planning their hot tub time slots.

Aimed at those who require exercise and hydrotherapy, a Compact Pool has been launched with the option of a vertical column of hydromassage; while the new Urban cabinet, provides an alternative exterior design for swim spas.

These latest designs follow in the footsteps of the WhatSpa? Best Buy Award-winning Origami model launched in 2018. The spa was inspired by the Japanese culture, with emphasis on a very minimalist design of straight lines. Even the marketing brochure has been designed with dedicated folds to highlight the fact that it has been inspired by the Japanese art form.

Thanks to the Best Buy Award accolade, which the company proclaimed as a great honour, the brand achieved greater visibility in the British market last year, and enhanced its recognition in the world of wellness hot tubs and swimming pools.

This time round Aquavia Spa has achieved a brace of 2019 WhatSpa? Best Buy Award accolades in the £8,000 to £9,9999 to £10,000 to £14,999 price ranges.

In the higher price category, the five-seater Aqua 8 from the Premium Range, which comes in at 233 x 233 x 91cm and incorporates dual lounger seating, has gained an inaugural Best Buy honour.

With 52 hydrotherapy jets and a water capacity of 1,610 litres, it has made an instant impact in the market and the WhatSpa? Verdict declares that it is ‘beautiful’ and states that the Captain seat ‘looks and feels like a luxurious business class airline seat’.

Coming in at 216 x 216 x 90cm , the Aqualife 7 in the £8,000 to £9,999 price category has gained prestigious Best Buy acclaim for a successive year in the consumer magazine.

With a 1,180 litre water capacity, it is described as a ‘must-see’ option for prospective owners in the WhatSpa? Verdict; which also states that the Aqualife 7 offers a ‘beautifully moulded shell with lounge seat and four facing seats, which ingeniously doubles up the calf jets to become foot jets in the opposing seats’.