How do I search for hotels with in room hot tubs?
February 26, 2007 6:54 AM   Subscribe

How do I search for hotels with in-room hot tubs?

I am on a road trip, currently heading towards Florida from North Carolina. I like having an in-room hottub/jacuzzi. I have seen places that offer $50 / night hottub rooms on weekdays. However, I only see these places in person, and they are usually not a chain. I have had no luck googling or using any of my favorite travel planning sites to search for this amenity. Anyone know of a means for finding these cheap local deals? Alternatively, anyone know of such a place near Savannah, GA, which is my destination tonight? My aching muscles thank you.
posted by mrgoldenbrown to Travel & Transportation (7 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
I haven't found a good way to do this either. What I've had to do is find hotels in the area I want to stay using sites like, and then going to the individual hotel's website to see if they have rooms with a jacuzzi.

These days, booking sites like, travelocity, etc don't give you a much better deal (often not better at all) than direct through the hotel anyhow, so using them just as a portal to find nearby hotels won't lose you a great deal or anything.
posted by twiggy at 7:01 AM on February 26, 2007

Local indie papers - you'll have to grab one in the immediate area. Ours always has ads for the same few places, usually near the back but sometimes spread out. Look for heart graphics.
posted by cobaltnine at 7:09 AM on February 26, 2007

AAA accommodation books are sorted by location and the hotel listings include information like Jacuzzis, wireless or wired internet, attached restaurant, and other amenities.
posted by Mitheral at 7:44 AM on February 26, 2007

If your Florida trip takes you all the way to Miami, the Mayfair Hotel in Coconut Grove has a hot tub in each room.
posted by tesseract420 at 1:06 PM on February 26, 2007

Not that it's what you're asking exactly, but it's easy finding a "bed and breakfast" that has a hot-tub. About a quarter of them do, in my experience.
posted by cmiller at 1:17 PM on February 26, 2007

Choice Hotels (especially Comfort Inn, for some reason) tend to offer them.

If you look online, they are listed as a feature in the room description. The best are the in-bath ones, so you aren't all bathing in the middle of the room.
posted by Sheppagus at 10:46 AM on February 27, 2007

Also, the AAA tourbooks list detailed descriptions of the hotel rooms (like 101 standard one bedroom rooms and 2 suites with hot tubs) that helps you locate them in the mom & pop hotels without a web presence.
posted by Sheppagus at 11:04 AM on February 27, 2007

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