Enhanced website functionality

Aquavia Spa is promoting the launch of its enhanced website design that incorporates an interactive shopping assistant to help guide users through the selection process for finding the ideal product that suits their individual requirements.

After launching the revamped website, which has been designed to deliver a captivating and accessible experience, the Catalan manufacturer has proclaimed that it is meticulously crafted to reflect the elegance and quality of the hot tub and swim spa products; while providing users with an intuitive and visually stunning platform that features improved product information and retailer search capability.

To enhance the personalised service the website incorporates a new functionality within a section dedicated to allowing customers to register their spas. This tool will provide more individualised attention and ensure users remain informed about all the news that is related to their specific products.

Along with the interactive personal shopping assistant functionality to help facilitate the choice of the most suitable hot tub for prospective customers, additional features that visitors can benefit from on the new website include fresh and vivid images; as well as clear and visual descriptions.

Product information about the hot tubs has been reorganised to provide readers with more straightforward and engaging descriptions, accompanied by high-quality images that can help to enhance the appreciation of each detail and feature.

An updated distributor map includes improved search functionality and design. This allows prospective customers to easily locate their nearest sales and post-sales service locations.

 “We are proud to present our new website, designed to provide an exceptional online experience that reflects our dedication to innovation and excellence in the wellness sector,” divulged Aquavia Spa Sales and Marketing Manager Marc Sellarès,

“We are confident that these improvements will make our customers’ experience even more satisfying.”