Rooftop Bar at 230 Fifth Ave in NYC features Hot Tubs in Igloos!

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“As the winter comes to a close, 230 Fifth is putting a spin on its winter themed “Igloo Bar” and introducing hot tubs to accommodate its already world-famous igloos.   For $300.00 guests (up to 4 per booking) can reserve a heated igloo for 2.5 hours that is accompanied with a hot tub.  The reservation includes (2) drinks per guest, and patrons are required to bring their own swimsuit with the venue providing towels and robes.”

Rooftop Igloo Hot Tub Reservation-Includes:
(2) Drinks per guest / Food can not be consumed in hot tub
Additional Drinks can be ordered from server
(4) Towels,
(4) Robes

$300 for 2.5 hours (not including 20% gratuity)
Additional beverages to be paid onsite

4 guests maximum per package No Showers Must wear bathing suit or underwear (strictly no nudity)


This is a third party review of the Igloos at 230 5th Ave!

Our Master Spa Trainer 15 swim spa – A MASTERPIECE!

I had hernia surgery recently and haven’t been able to use our Swim Spa for a couple of weeks, but plan to use it Sunday! Can’t wait! Have missed it tremendously! Let me share a few things I love about it…

The JETS and their arrangement are amazing!

The Jets of our Master Spas Trainer 15 are great!!!
Another video showing our Master Spas Trainer 15 Jets
It is a thing of beauty – I believe this is a reaction of the hot water to cold air.

Did you know???

…that South Lake Tahoe considers it a VHR violation to be in a Hot Tub after 10:00 pm and before 8:00 a.m.?

Indeed! Up to a $1,000 fine can be issued to ‘Vacation Home Rental’ renters for violating any of the primary violations set force in the city ordinances.

The primary violations are:

  • Noise – no excessive noise at any time but especially after 10 pm
  • Parking – is only allowed on paved surfaces, and not to exceed permitted number of vehicles
  • Trash – keep the trash in a bear box or indoors
  • Maximum Occupancy/vehicles – cannot exceed the posted occupancy or vehicle limitations at ANY TIME. Parties and weddings are prohibited. The occupancy and vehicle limits are for any time/duration and include all occupants AND any of their guests
  • Hot Tubs – absolutely no hot tub use between 10 pm and 8 am” Source: South Lake Tahoe VHR violations

Now you know! Be careful out there and set an alarm on your watch!

Photo Source: South Lake Tahoe VHR violations

Job Opening – Alpharetta, Ga

A company is seeking a Retail Sales Clerk for their Alpharetta Showroom.

“We are looking for friendly, customer-service oriented candidates that are passionate about retail sales and teamwork. This is a full-time position selling great at-home relaxation products and backyard grilling products including Big Green Eggs. Position will also assist customers with hot tub and swim spa water care and water care products. ” Source:

(Subject to change at any time. Move fast!)

Love this quote!

“”Hot tubs bring family and friends together like nothing else. Soaking time is perfect for sharing conversations as you relax and let the day’s stresses slip away. The benefits are therapeutic, not only physically but emotionally and mentally as well. Your hot tub will add new dimensions to your life and your lifestyle.” – Credit – a representative from The Hot Tub and Swim Spa Company, the leading swimming pool company in London

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Even a ‘Hillbilly Hot Tub’ is great!

No one said that a hot tub has to be fancy or expensive for someone to enjoy the ‘hot tub life’! Check this out!

Source: Ohio’s Country Journal

Ohios’ Country Journal reported that ‘Hillbilly hot tub a winter hit’

“We have been wearing out our homemade hot tub this hunting season, with the jerry-rigged, propane-heated stock tank getting plenty of use after frigid evenings of deer hunting chill Maria and me to our bones. Stretching out in 104-degree water with the stars overhead and the Kokosing River gurgling past below with a bourbon-spiked hot apple cider in hand is a welcome way to end a day afield. By floating a tablet of chlorine in a simple dispenser we can use the same water several weekends in a row…We even splurged on a small, portable electric clothes dryer, picked up for $20…We leave it out on the deck, under the partial roof, within steps of the tub to warm our towels and robes for the ultimate in après-tubbing comfort. The dryer serves double duty keeping our deer hunting clothes scent-free; we toss our attire into the dryer with a scent eliminating dryer sheet and it comes out smelling like, well, nothing at all. Which, by the way, is what we wear while enjoying our DIY hot tub, under the cover of darkness, anyway.” Haha

Source: Ohio’s Country Journal