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Find the Best Hot Tubs in Portland, OR

Portland’s warm, dry summers and cool, wet winters make for year-round hot tub weather. Companies sell many different models of hot tubs that vary in size, shape and available features. No matter what type of spa you’re looking for, you can find it all at the best hot tub and spa dealers in Portland.

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Top 10 Portland Hot Tub Stores

Arctic Spas - Portland Read Author Review

Offers hot tubs, spas, swimming pools and accessories built for Portland weather conditions. Prices vary for trade-in or refurbished units, smaller models, standard types and luxury categories.

Cal Spas of Portland Read Author Review

Features spas and hot tubs designed for relaxation and exercise. Sells accessories, chemicals and maintenance supplies. Stocks grills, smokers and grill accessories. Provides white-glove delivery.

Emerald Outdoor Living Read Author Review

Carries hot tubs and spas from popular brands like Bullfrog Spas, Cal Spas and Artesian Spas. Sells fireplaces, stoves, grills, patio furniture, chemicals and accessories.

Marquis Spas of Portland Read Author Review

Offers luxury model hot tubs. Sells swim spas, including patented Aquatic Training Vessels. Stocks gazebos, fire pits, fire tables, electric fireplaces and outdoor furniture.

Oregon Hot Tub Read Author Review

Sells Hot Spring Spas at six showroom locations. Hot tub prices start at $3,000. Stocks swim spas, saunas, hot tub covers, spa accessories, grills and wellness products.

Pacific Hot Tub Solutions Read Author Review

Sells new and reconditioned hot tubs and swim spas from Clearwater Spas, Dynasty Spas, Jacuzzi Spas, Hot Spring Spas, Marquis Spas and Sundance Spas. Stocks full line of supplies and accessories.

Spa Logic Read Author Review

Offers luxury hot tubs and spas from Coast Spas and Northwind Hot Tub. Specializes in wellness spas. Sells Infinity Edge hot tubs.

Spas of Oregon Read Author Review

Stocks a variety of Dimension One spas. Also offers hot tub installation, repairs and maintenance. Performs water testing. Sells chemicals and maintenance products.

The Pool & Spa House Read Author Review

Specializes in backyard spas, above ground pools and inground pools. Provides maintenance products and services. Sells spa equipment, accessories and covers.

West Coast Spas Read Author Review

Offers multiple options to customize a unique spa tailored to your needs and preferences. Manufactures spas in the Willamette Valley.

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What to consider before you buy a hot tub in Portland

A hot tub is a simple luxury that many Portlanders enjoy year-round. After a long day at work, a hot tub serves as a go-to place to relax. When deciding which hot tub is right for you, consider your budget and what options you prefer. Popular hot tub features include waterfalls, fountains, speakers and LED lighting.

Hot tub prices range from around $3,000 to $15,000 or more. Most hot tub dealers offer flexible financing options.

Whether your hot tub is outdoor or indoor, you’ll need a cover for heat retention and energy efficiency in Portland. Outdoor hot tubs should be covered to protect them from leaves, dust, dirt and other debris. Covers are also essential safety features that prevent children and animals from falling into the tub.

Hot tub laws in Portland, OR

Before shopping for hot tubs in Portland, consult with the Bureau of Development Services of Portland to check the type of zoning on your property. Your property may be in an overlay zone or plan district that requires you to comply with additional requirements specific to those zones.

Plan districts in Portland include the Central City Plan District, East Corridor Plan District and Northwest Plan District.

After you confirm your property’s zoning allows you to install a hot tub, you might need to get one or more permits. Some of the potential permits you may need include:

  • Plumbing permit if your spa is directly connected to your plumbing system
  • Mechanical permit if your hot tub runs on gas heating
  • Electrical permit if your hot tub uses electric heating

If you’re constructing your hot tub on an elevated platform that’s more than 30 inches above grade, contact BDS regarding any requirements for its structural design. A hot tub may have either a sand filtration system or a cartridge filtration. For hot tubs with sand filtration, the backwash should be discharged to either the public sewer or an on-site system approved by the BDS that’s separate from the drain field.

Portland hot tub FAQ

What temperature should hot tubs be?
According to the U.S. Consumer Product Commission, the ideal water temperature of a hot tub is between 100 and 102 degrees. Your spa should be no hotter than 104 degrees.
Is it safe to soak in a hot tub while it’s raining?
Yes. Hot tubbing in the rain is an enjoyable and relaxing experience. Heat your robe and towel in the dryer, make a hot drink, apply a cream-based moisturizer on your face to avoid drying and cracking, grab a hat or umbrella to protect your head from heat loss and climb in your hot tub to enjoy the rain.
Do hot tubs have any health benefits?
Yes. Hot tubs provide therapeutic benefits that ease aches, pains and stress and reduce mental and physical stress. The heat loosens tight muscles and reduces swelling, and the water’s buoyancy unloads weight to relieve joint pain.
Can you put Epsom salts in a hot tub?
No, you should not add Epsom salts to a hot tub or spa. Epsom salts, or bath salts, could be corrosive to the interior of the tub.
Can you lease a hot tub?
Yes, you can lease a hot tub for the summer season or special occasions. Companies offer hot tub rentals that last for several weeks or a few months.

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    Portland hot tub store information

    Oregon Hot Tub

    Oregon Hot Tub offers brand new and pre-owned hot tubs and swim spas of various sizes, types, styles and prices. The company also provides repair, cleaning and moving services. Warranties cover the shell surface, plumbing, components, heater, cabinets, light assembly and ozone system. Oregon Hot Tubs offers special financing and promotions.

    • Service areas: Portland, Beaverton, Bend, Vancouver, Wilsonville and surrounding areas
    • Address: 9454 SE 82nd Ave., Ste. A, Portland, Oregon 97086
    • Phone: (503) 650-8242
    • Hours: M - Fr: 10am - 7pm; Sat: 10am - 6pm; Sun: 11am - 5pm
    • Website:
    Arctic Spas - Portland

    Arctic Spas Portland sells a wide selection of hot tubs and spas engineered for the harshest climates. The Spa Boy automated saltwater system is an exclusive feature on all Arctic hot tubs. Other unique features include FreeHeat, Forever Floor, Total Access and a Mylovac cover.

    • Service areas: Portland, Vancouver, Beaverton and surrounding areas
    • Address: 10062 SW Arctic Drive, Beaverton, OR 97005
    • Phone: (503) 946-9559
    • Hours: M - F: 10:30am - 6:30pm; Sat: 10:30am - 5pm; Sun: 11am - 4pm
    • Website:
    Spas of Oregon

    Spas of Oregon offers a collection of small, medium, large and extra-large hot tubs. The hot tubs feature semi-contoured, multilevel seating with a patented jet therapy pillow for the neck and shoulders. The company also provides warranties, special financing and trade-in arrangements.

    • Service areas: Gladstone and surrounding areas
    • Address: 17805 SE 82nd Drive, Gladstone, OR 97027
    • Phone: (503) 650-7727
    • Hours: M- Sat: 10am - 6pm; Sun: 12pm- 5pm
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    Pacific Hot Tub Solutions

    Pacific Hot Tub Solutions specializes in selling reconditioned hot tubs. The company’s hot tubs come in a variety of sizes, styles and water jet energy functionalities. Company employees provide personalized services including hot tub installation, maintenance, repair, moving and removal.

    • Service areas: Oregon City and surrounding areas
    • Address: 13851 Beavercreek Road, Oregon City, OR 97045
    • Phone: (503) 913-2189
    • Hours: M - Sat: 10am - 6pm
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    West Coast Spas

    West Coast Spas offers 15 spa models to fit any lifestyle, from two-person soaker tubs to 16-foot swim spas. The company also has a shop with a complete line of chemicals and maintenance supplies.

    • Service areas: Beaverton, Salem, Milwaukie, Woodburn and surrounding areas
    • Addresses: 14221 SE Mcloughlin Blvd., Milwaukie, OR 97267
    • Phone: (503) 308-4212
    • Hours: M - Sat: 10am - 6pm; Sun: 11am - 5pm
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    The Pool & Spa House

    The Pool & Spa House specializes in hot tub cleaning and maintenance. The company’s services include computerized water analysis, saltwater management, pump repair and maintenance, filter replacement, filter sand change, annual heater maintenance and spa cover replacement.

    • Service areas: Portland, Gresham, Tigard and Vancouver
    • Addresses: 7235 SE Milwaukie Ave., Portland, OR 97202
    • Phone: (503) 233-8059
    • Hours: M - F: 9am - 6pm; Sat: 9am - 5pm
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    Spa Logic

    Spa Logic sells hot tubs and wellness spas in various sizes, shapes, styles and water jet options. The company’s wellness spas are equipped with powerful river jets that provide strength training and allow swimmers to experience hydrotherapy massage. Spa Logic also offers fire pits, fire pit tables, patio heaters and electric fireplaces.

    • Service areas: Beaverton, Portland and surrounding areas
    • Address: 1441 N. Marine Drive, Portland, OR 97217
    • Phones: (503) 894-9279
    • Hours: M - F: 10am - 6pm; Sat: 10am - 5pm; Sun: 11am - 5pm
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    Emerald Outdoor Living

    Emerald Outdoor Living offers multiple hot tub, spa and pool options that match any lifestyle. The Bullfrog Spas models feature the patented JetPak Therapy System with adjustable jet technology. Emerald also features Bromic heating, a type of outdoor heating that runs on electric, gas or propane.

    • Service areas: Portland, Salem and surrounding areas
    • Address: 11525 SW Pacific Highway, Portland, OR 97223
    • Phone: (503) 245-2431
    • Hours: M - F: 10:30am - 6pm; Sat: 10am - 5pm
    • Website:
    Marquis Spas of Portland

    Marquis Hot Tubs come in a variety of sizes, colors, shapes and styles. The Marquis with Microsilk model moisturizes and hydrates your entire body, resulting in improved circulation and cellular respiration. The ATVs are great for athletic soakers.

    • Service areas: Beaverton, Clackamas, Salem, Camarillo and Livermore
    • Addresses: 775 SW Cascade Ave., Ste. A6, Beaverton, OR 97008
    • Phone: (503) 684-6110
    • Hours: M - F: 10am - 7pm; Sat: 10am - 6pm; Sun: 11am - 5pm
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    Cal Spas of Portland

    The Cal Spas U-Select hydrotherapy system allows you to customize your Platinum Plus spa with ten diverse jet configurations to meet your health needs. Cal Spas also provide warranties, special promotions and financing.

    • Service areas: Portland, Gladstone and surrounding areas
    • Address: 17805 SE 82nd Drive, Gladstone, OR 97027
    • Phone: (503) 650-7727
    • Hours: M - F: 10am - 6pm; Sat: 10am - 5pm; Sun: 12pm - 5pm
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