Kyoto 3 Seater Hot Tub

£5,395.00 £5,950.00
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Delivery & Commissioning

Covid-19 disruption.

The Covid-19 pandemic continues to cause major disruptions to our manufacturers and shipping. Our manufacturing partners are spread across 3 continents and each face particular challenges with their local situations. We are pre-ordering stock over many months ahead to ensure a regular supply of product. Our showrooms and Service teams are operating as normal subject to government advice. We are open to visitors subject to social distancing and usual Covid PPE protocols.

Availability and Reserving your Hot Tub

We now have some models in UK inventory and for In-Stock orders we aim to deliver within 15 working days from receiving your cleared payment. We have many pre-ordered containers “on the water” or awaiting build and due in at regular intervals for the rest of 2021. To speed up the wait for our customers we are accepting refundable deposits to reserve your spa. This secures your place in the queue and keeps the wait to a minimum – please call us and we can discuss the best option to secure your new spa.


Delivery and Logistics

We offer two delivery options for Hot tubs

 A) Kerbside only

For Hot tubs up to 30 miles FREE, thereafter £3.60 per mile one way. Additional charges may apply for deliveries within the London Congestion Charge area.

Over 70 miles please call to discuss rates and availability which may be subject to Covid restrictions. This service may be carried out by our own teams or by a contractor using a tail lift lorry. They will unload the spa on its side strapped to a pallet and will usually move it a short distance onto your driveway or a flat level hard-standing, ready for you to move it to its final position and set-up.

B) Commissioning Service

Deliveries for this service are normally carried out by our own staff with a Van and Trailer, though in some situations we may use contractors as in the Kerbside delivery and arrive at the address shortly afterwards – the same distance and exclusions as above apply. Our Commissioning service includes the following:

  • Manoeuvring the spa around the house via a suitable access route (it is your responsibility to ensure the route is sufficiently wide, level, and tall enough to wheel the spa along).
  • Placing the spa in its final position
  • Unwrapping and checking all.
  • Cleaning and sanitising surfaces.
  • Connecting to a suitable power point*
  • Fitting any accessories supplied by us, cover lifter, side table etc
  • Filling from your hose and bleeding system if required
  • Checking and tightening any unions and connections as required
  • Demonstrating how to dose with chemicals
  • Handover training in maintenance and safe use.
  • Clearing and removing all packaging.

Distances that involve overnight stops, off mainland, ferry crossings, or involve Congestion/Low emission zones, off paved road driving or other issues such as access or parking restrictions are subject to our prior agreement and there may be an additional charge.

If, due to distance, it is not viable for our team to carry out the commissioning service, we will provide instructions and free phone support to assist you with the commissioning aspect or we may be able to assist you finding a local Hot tub technician to carry out the commissioning service.

The commissioning charge may vary across models to reflect the differing time and materials costs.

Delivery and Commissioning of Swimspas

The logistics of delivering and commissioning a Swimspa are far more involved than for a hot tub. This service is subject to a site survey which is carried out prior to purchase.


 For local deliveries we will usually carry out a pre-delivery survey to confirm that there is suitable access widths, heights, corner manoeuvring space, and no obstructing obstacles. We can also advise of any pre-delivery access work needed, such as gates, drainpipes, etc that may need to be temporarily removed prior to our arrival.

For longer distance deliveries we will request a walk through video and commentary pointing out any obstacles, so that we can discuss and resolve any issues prior to the day. During the survey particular attention is required to there being sufficient clear width right up to the full height of the spa on its side on the trolly (add 20cm for the trolly height), plus the amount of “swing” space required to get the spa around a tight corner. Protruding window cills, overflow pipes, gutters, steps, bushes, gates, boiler vents, trellis, fence posts, slopes, corners, carport roofs, all can turn what at first hand looked straightforward into anything but.

Crane lifts

If a crane lift is the only solution then this must be arranged between the customer and crane company. We can often suggest reliable local crane companies and will assist with logistical details but the lifting contract is always solely between the customer and the crane company.

Manoeuvring the spa

Our Commissioning service is  carried out by to two operatives working from one vehicle and manoeuvring the spa on a trolley. The spa is normally on its side. If in the opinion of the team leader the access is not suitable without undue risk of damage to the spa or operatives, the delivery will revert to kerbside only pending alternative arrangements being made. If suitable on-site storage is not available we can return the spa to our warehouse pending arrangements being made but any subsequent delivery will be chargeable.

Electrical power point


Models with a single massage pump are factory configured to run from a standard domestic 13amp electrical socket. The spa will automatically prevent the Heater from running whenever the massage pump in use. There will still be some heating effect though from the pump motor. It is a very quick job to change settings so that the massage pump and heater can run together, though the spa will then need to be “hard-wired” (see below) as in that configuration it will need more power than the domestic 13a socket can provide.

 Hard wired 32amp socket

Any Spa with 2 or more massage pumps (or a single pump models if running the pump and heater concurrently) need to be wired directly back to your consumer unit (fuse box) using a suitable size of Armoured (SWA) cable. This is a job for a qualified Electrician. The cable must run directly from the consumer unit to a water resistant isolator switch positioned close to but not within 2m of the Spa, and from there to an adjacent “32amp Blue Commando socket”. It should be protected by a “B type” 32amp or 25amp MCB trip

This work should be signed off to “Part P” certification and must be completed prior to any commissioning date. For local deliveries we can recommend electricians and we will be pleased to liaise with any contractors you engage in order to minimise any potential misunderstandings.

Filling the Spa

 We rely on there being a suitable hose with fittings on site that will comfortably reach from a suitable mains fed cold water tap to the spa when it is in its desired position. The water must be direct mains fed and not from a tank or via a water softener. Please contact us to discuss if this is not the case.

Kyoto 3 Seater Hot Tub

    Many manufacturers offer similar looking 3 person hot tubs  – super compact for tiny spaces. But super compact often means short beds, narrow seats, shallow water. We have worked out that just because garden spaces are getting smaller – we are not! The Kyoto 3 seater hot tub HAS FULL SIZED BEDS AND SEAT!!! If your space is limited, you will love this Kyoto Hot Tub. We made it exactly the same depth as all our other Urban Spa models. The beds are just as long, and the middle seat is proper width and depth for a real adult to be comfortable in.  It is an incredibly versatile and simple to use plug-and-play hot-tub that comfortably accommodates 3 full sized people and is an ideal spa for the small family. Despite its compact dimensions, the Kyoto features two full-size reclined Lounge Beds as well as a seating position between. We have used a 3hp pump (rather than the more usual 2hp) and that provides a great “Big Spa” Hydrotherapy performance from the range of 28 stainless steel jets.

    Our “BIG Spa” features also include a Zone diverter Control, Adjustable Air Venturie valves, Adjustable Cascade Water Feature, Colour Changing water-line Mood-Lighting with footwell flood light, Bluetooth Audio, and two super comfy EPA head pillows. We include our Dual Anti-Microbial Cartridge Filters and Automatic Ozonisation System, Extra thick “Nordic” RTB insulation, a one piece moulded Floor Pan, our Super Strong welded Stainless Steel Perimeter Frame, and our beautiful maintenance free Composite Cabinet with Night-Light Corner panels. Phew – how did we get all that into our compact little Kyoto!

    If space is tight – RELAX – you’ll be able to in your great little Kyoto Spa