Just a year after launching, HotTug UK has announced the opening of a second location and permanent home at West India Quay, to set sail this August.
This second location will give ‘HotTuggers’ an incredible experience as they cruise through the historic docks in a hot tub boat filled with fresh, hot water, whilst surrounded by the scenic cityscape of Canary Wharf.
Opening for business on August 1st 2018, HotTugs will be available to book Wednesday through to Sunday, throughout the year. Each tub can host seven people and costs £225 for the 90 minute experience.
Tommo Stuart Thomson, Founder HotTugUK, said:
“I am so happy that Londoners love the HotTugs and we are delighted to be making West India Quay our permanent home. It has been an amazing first year for us with our weekends booked out months in advance and incredible reviews that already have us ahead of major attractions such as the London Eye and London Zoo on Tripadvisor. It is such a testament to the small but great team we have here at HotTug UK”
The new location of West India Quay offers a unique and fun experience in central London. With a selection of top restaurants lining the quayside, from Pizza Pilgrims to Drake & Morgans’ The Sipping Room, Burger & Lobster and Browns and the weekly food market KERB guests will be able to soak up the sun and dine in style after their Hot Tug experience.
The HotTug is the world’s first hot tub boat. An electric, self-drive, wood-fired hot tub is an experience everyone can enjoy all year round. With fresh water heated to 38 degrees for every trip, the HotTug is ideal for any occasion, accommodating groups of up to seven people.
To celebrate the launch, HotTugs are giving away a ‘money-can’t-buy’ prize...the opportunity to name a HotTug. The public must submit their suggested name for the HotTug, the more creative the better, and the winner will be picked by Founder, Tommo Thomson. The one lucky winner will also be able to take their HotTug out for free with a free trip each month for a year. (Insert link to competition page)
Richard Beardsley, Business Boating Development Manager at Canal & River Trust, the charity which looks after the nation’s waterways, said:
“The HotTugs on the Regent’s Canal have been bubbling over with fun and have raised smiles (and the occasional eyebrow!) on the towpath. We’re delighted to help bring them to West India Quay. Being by and on the water makes people healthier and happier, making West India Quay the perfect place to unwind.”
Since launching HotTug UK has hosted a wide range of local and international guests across a wide range of ages and is set to host a whole lot more in 2018 with the new West India Quay site.
Site Opening times: Wed-Sun 10am-10pm
Find more information on West India Quay here