If you live in the Huntsville, Alabama, area and are looking for a state-of-the-art hot tub, sauna, bath or tanning bed at an affordable price, swing by Aqua Living’s outlet located in Huntsville.

Hunstville Address

10132 N. Memorial Parkway
Huntsville, AL 35810

Hours: We’re open Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m by appointment only. Call us today to make an appointment at a time that’s convenient for you.

The Best Hot Tubs for Huntsville Residents

Our friendly and experienced staff will be happy to help you find a product that’s right for you at our Huntsville, Alabama location. Whether you’re looking for a product that’s high-tech or more traditional, you’re sure to leave our Huntsville outlet with something you love.

Hudson Bay HB31 Spa

Perfect for the hot tub customer who’s on a budget, the Hudson Bay HB31 comes at a low price point without sacrificing luxurious features. Its features include:

  • Multi-colored Underwater Mood Light
  • 31 Stainless Jets
  • Digital Controls
  • Ozone Ready
  • White Acrylic
  • Synthetic Cabinet in Mocha
  • Friction Heat plus HeatFlow™ Manifolds
  • Multi-Layered Fiberglass Reinforcement
  • Standard Foam Insulation
  • ABS Bottom for protection from erosion
  • Plumbed using 100% Anti-Fungicide tubing to prevent nasty bacteria back-up in plumbing lines resulting in cleaner water and less chemical use
  • Proudly Made In The USA

Plus, this spa allows you to choose from a variety of optional upgrades, such as:

  • Rechargeable floating drink station.
  • Cover lifter.
  • Nature2 spa water purifier.
  • Side handrail.
  • Booster set.
  • One-year extended warranty.
  • Spa startup chemical kit.

You can purchase the Hudson Bay HB31 spa from Aqua Living a low price.

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Huntsville, Alabama

High-Tech Living with a Historical Past

City of Huntsville, Alabama - Home to the Best Hot Tubs, Aqua Living Factory Oultet

Huntsville was first founded in 1805, and became Alabama’s first incorporated city in 1811. While its economy was initially supported by the cotton and railroad industries, today it is a hub for research, technology and space flight, and features the second largest technology and research park in the country.

Huntsville’s visitors and residents alike enjoy a wide range of activities, including hiking, dining and ice skating.

After a day of strolling through the Huntsville Botanical Garden, eating a farm-fresh meal at Cotton Row Restaurant or exploring the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, our Huntsville customers love to kick back and relax with a soak in one of our luxurious hot tubs.