Have you every sat in a hot tub after a long day of skiing or snowboarding? Some people think that is the best part of the vacation, possibly even the main point.

Consider bringing that experience to the privacy and convenience of your own home.


A staycation is a period in which an individual or family stays home and participates in leisure activities within driving distance, sleeping in their own beds at night. They might make day trips to local tourist sites, swimming venues, or engage in fun activities such as horseback riding, paintball, hiking or visiting museums.


For less than the price of one expensive vacation, you can experience a “staycation” in your own backyard every time you feel the need to get away. Owning a hot tub allows you to go on hundreds of vacations a year. Hot tub ownership is more affordable than a vacation, which ends much sooner than you would like! By purchasing a hot tub you are investing in a staycation you can take again and again!

Happy boy with the father in a hot tub in winter at night

Check out what Arctic Spas has to offer.

Read what one (of thousands) Arctic Spa owner has to say:

A positive experience needs to be shared. Almost fourteen years ago my wife, Debbie and I, thanks to our contractor, Norman Hendricks and his crew, constructed our dream home on an acreage just south of Radium Hot Springs. In building it we selected the spot where our hot tub would be installed once we came close to retirement. That time came and we initially approached another dealership in Invermere . We were treated respectfully but before we proceeded to purchase we heard, from a source we considered to be knowledgeable, that we might want to compare hot tubs by approaching Valley Spas in Invermere.

It was under these circumstances that we met Neil Woeflie of Valley Spas. In a pleasant highly informative way Neil introduced us to Arctic Spas and Coyote Spas. We were immediately attracted by the former after being advised that they were manufactured, to the highest standards, in Alberta. We were assured that they are designed to function in extreme temperatures.
Being of Scandinavian heritage we were intrigued by the Norwegian Legend model. The one we selected came complete with bear claw controls, 61 jets, 3 pumps, cedar cabinetry and a virtually impenetrable base.

We arrived at an agreeable price. Installation, with the assistance of Rocky Mountain Cranes, Neil, and his good friend Kelly was an “oh my gosh” experience. We settled up at  Valley Spas and in the process met Coralie Woelfe, Neil’s lovely wife. To close the deal she presented us with ?????? Well, you’ll find out for yourself when you acquire your own wonderful hot tub from Valley Spas.
We inaugurated the Norwegian Legend Tuesday evening, August 20/13. The experience far exceeded our expectations. Thanks Neil and Coralie and you too Kelly.



And one more for good measure:

One of the few New Year’s resolutions I’ve kept was a vow about 10 years ago to tell people and companies when I was satisfied. I made this resolution when I was doing a lot of business traveling, and found myself complaining all the time. It’s an easy thing to do when you’re spending a lot of time on airplanes, but it dawned on me that people don’t live by being kicked in the rear end all the time so I decided to try to even the score by letting people know when I was happy.

I’m as happy as can be with Arctic Spas. I wasn’t especially enthusiastic about getting a hot tub to begin with, but did it for someone else in my household. The very first time I used the Arctic Spa, I became a convert. Wow! I’ve never felt so relaxed. Words can’t really convey just how comfortable it is, and everything works as advertised. A half hour in that spa, and I feel like a wet, happy dishrag.

Arctic’s installation was great. The people were friendly, competent and on-time, and the follow-up was superb. I’m a born complainer, but I just couldn’t be happier with this purchase.