- No relaxing romantic getaway is complete without being able to chill in your villa’s own private hot tub
- And pictures show how some combine bubbles with awe-inspiring views across stunning landscapes
- One hot tub in Crete overlooks the stunning blue Mirabello Bay while another has views of a private beach
Nothing beats staying somewhere luxurious and chilling out in your own private hot tub.
Nothing, that is, except chilling out in a private hot tub that has jaw-dropping views.
To prove the point, holiday rentals firm CV Villas has compiled a list of the outdoor tubs that have the most impressive vistas – and we’ve found a couple of corkers ourselves. Scroll down to gawp and dream.
The Elounda Gulf Royal Spa Villa in Crete, which has two hot tubs that look out over Mirabello Bay in the eastern part of the Greek island
The villa actually features twin sunken hot tubs that are set inside a stunning 17-metre-long infinity pool on a terrace
The villa can be booked from £19,068 for seven nights and accommodates up to eight people, who can all enjoy the hot tub views
Although it looks like a 17 metre infinity pool, the Elounda Gulf Royal Spa Villa actually features twin sunken hot tubs.
And not only can you relax or swim, you can also look out at the breath-taking views across Mirabello Bay, in the eastern part of the Greek island of Crete.
The villa can accommodate up to eight people and can be hired from £19,068 for seven nights.
The hot tub at the Amanoka villa in Jamaica is perched right on the seafront and offers unspoilt views of the private beach below
The hot tub and swimming pool are surrounded by exotic palm trees and the huge villa sleeps up to 14 people at a time
Perched right on the front of a seafront swimming pool, the Amanoka villa in Jamaica boasts an impressive hot tub.
As guests sit back, they can enjoy views of the private sandy beach below and the exotic palm trees.
The huge villa sleeps up to 14 people and is available for seven nights from £13,645.
Casa Di Mare in Santorini is in one of Europe’s most picturesque destinations and has a hot tub in the perfect place for views
The highlight of the villa is the perfectly positioned hot tub with uninterrupted views across the Caldera and Aegean Sea
Although it has a perfectly positioned hot tub looking out over the Aegean, the villa is only for two people and seven nights is from £1,088
Described as the perfect romantic escape for couples, Casa Di Mare in Santorini is in one of Europe’s most picturesque destinations.
The highlight of the villa is the perfectly positioned hot tub with uninterrupted views across the Caldera and Aegean Sea.
The villa, which is just for two people, costs from £1,088 for seven nights.
The hot tub at Borgo San Biagio, which sits on the Umbria/Tuscany border and looks out over the impressive Tuscan countryside
As well as a hot tub the villa, which can sleep up to 20 people, also has a large swimming pool set among the trees and greenery
Italy is known for its dramatic landscape and historical monuments.
And the view from the the hot tub at Borgo San Biagio overlooks the impressive Tuscan countryside.
The villa goes from £4,113 for seven nights but sleeps up to 20 people.
The hot tub at the Villa Qunita Matilde in the Duoro Valley in northern Portugal has spectacular views over the rugged terrain
Up to eight people can stay at Villa Quinta Matilde at one time and prices for seven nights start from £4,143
As landscape eye candy goes, the Duoro Valley of northern Portugal takes some beating.
And the hot tub at Villa Quinta Matilde looks out over the lens-baiting terrain.
Up to eight people can stay there, and it costs from £4,143 for seven nights.
Felicia villa in Corfu is nestled in the hillside above St Stephano, with exquisite sea views from the hot tub, pictured
Felicia villas also boasts a small swimming pool and sun terrace. It sleeps up to six people and seven nights start from £2,674
The Greek islands are known for their spectacular scenery.
And the Felicia villa in Corfu is nestled in the hillside above St Stephano, with exquisite sea views from the hot tub.
It sleeps up to six people and seven nights start from £2,674.
The clear blue seas and the colourful sunsets are what guests can gaze at while in the hot tub at Pelagia House in Greece
The hot tub is framed by rocks on the coastline and has views across the Gulf of Messenia, which is part of the Ionian Sea
The clear blue seas and the colourful sunsets are what guests can gaze at while in the hot tub at Pelagia House.
It is framed by rocks and has gorgeous views of the Gulf of Messenia.
The villa accommodates up to six people from £2,593 for seven nights.
Hull of a hot tub: At one guest house in Iceland, you can relax amid the bubbles and soak up an extraordinary vista
This guest house in Mjoeyri, Iceland, has really pushed the boat out – and installed a boat-style hot tub.
With utterly stupendous views.
TripAdvisor user hwaxling, from Seattle, said: ‘You must put this gem on your list. The location is stunning and the views are endless.’
Hidden hot tub at Husavik, Iceland
Outside the town of Husavik in Iceland there is a hidden hot tub – with views typical of Iceland. That is, jaw-dropping
It’s Iceland again.
And this time it’s a hidden hot tub found five minutes outside Husavik.
According to one TripAdvisor user, it’s ‘an excellent place to relax after whale-watching’. We venture it’s actually an excellent place to relax after anything at all.