A hot tub makes everything better when you’re on vacation. But this is especially true when glamping – what could be better than unwinding in your romantic glamping pods with hot tubs after a long day of hiking or exploring?
This collection of romantic glamping pods with hot tubs bring nature closer to you, but also without sacrificing creature comforts. Enjoy beautiful views through towering trees, over a mountain, across a calm lake from within the rounded confines of a steaming, bubbling hot tub!
Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle, Chiang Rai, Thailand
Bordering Laos and Burma is the Four Season Tented Camp, the perfect escape from the city life. Each Deluxe tent here features a custom-made wooden hot tub on your own outdoor deck. You will soak in unparalleled tableaus of the Ruak River and mountains and jungles that span three nations!
The rustic yet elegant safari-style décor uses local materials such as hardwood, bamboo and leather for customised, handcrafted furniture. Each tent has its own distinctive colour scheme. If you can bear to leave your luxurious tent, you can interact with elephants in their natural habitat, explore mountain trails and bamboo jungles!
Natra Bintan, Bintan, Indonesia
Set within Southeast Asia’s largest man-made seawater Crystal Lagoon, Natra Bintan offers the best of nature, with all the comforts and indulgence of modern day hospitality. The Glamping Deluxe Tent is known for its luxurious touches of stylish interiors and sense of serenity amidst nature. Each tent comes with an en-suite whirlpool bath, making it perfect for couples and honeymooners.
Outside of your tent, you have countless land and water activities in and around the spectacular lagoon. There is also a private mangrove nature park that you can explore! At night, soak in the vibes with a bon fire or a barbecue under the stars, and retreat into your hot tub to end the night.
Glamz, Genting Highlands, Malaysia
Escape the bustling city for the cool Genting Highlands air and experience a one-of-a-king glamping experience in Malaysia. Glamz calls itself a “millennial lodge” offering unique opportunities to create unforgettable and first-time experiences. There are a variety of tents, but the VIP Dome is the one that comes with a hot tub where you can relax and stargaze at night!
Although the outdoor and indoor facilities here are comparatively less than the other places on this list, the cool weather more than makes up for it. Also, Genting Highlands and Genting Premium Outlets are 22 mins and 12 mins drive away respectively!
The Serai Camp Relais & Châteaux, India
The Serai Camp Relais & Châteaux is a luxurious camp sitting on a 100-acre private estate of indigenous desert scrub. It draws inspiration from the designs of the royal caravan sites of Rajputana; blending their dash and vivacity with modern amenities and services.
The Luxury Tented Suite comes with a private walled garden, heated dip pool with jacuzzi jets that is lit up by candlelight at night. If you’re feeling especially decadent, try the Royal Tented Suite which even comes with its own spa and dining areas!
Sang Giri Mountain Tent Resort, Bali, Indonesia
Sang Giri Mountain Tent Resort is an eco-resort that comes with all the comforts you might not expect from such a remote area. Their tents are tasteful with custom wooden furnishing. Enjoy the “feels” of the great outdoors, without any of the discomforts!
The dense rainforest here guarantees one of the best places to trek in Indonesia. Needless to say, the mountains and misty clouds will make all the muscle aches well worth it. After a long day of hiking, end your day off by enjoying a hot soak in their private jacuzzi!
Bubbletent, New South Wales, Australia
Bubbletent is one of the most romantic glamping pods with hot tubs, offering panoramic overviews of Capertee Valley. The Virgo tent comes with a warm wood-fired hot tub to greet you and pristine sunset views over the valley. It even comes with a climate control inside, so you can make it whatever season you want at the touch of a button!
Outside of your cosy tent, you have a wide variety of things to do. From wine-tasting to fishing, eco-tours and helicopter tours, a stay at Bubbletent is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Even if you choose to do nothing at all (which is sometimes the way camping’s supposed to be), you will no doubt be invigorated by Australia’s backcountry.