Ontario Hotels with Private Jacuzzis for In-Room Rest and Romance

Treat yourselves to a weekend of romance with your own private in-room Jacuzzi, where you can relax free from being disturbed.

Couples, rejoice: if you’re seeking hot tub hotels in Ontario, you’re in the right place. Jacuzzi accommodation in this province ranges from impressive structures that evoke the Empire State Building, to cozy boutique charmers. Picture yourself sinking into a Jacuzzi with your own view of Lake Ontario, savouring a glass of wine as you gaze out at the Ottawa skyline, or stretching out on a king-size four-poster bed while a glowing fire warms the room.

Ontario is brimming with dynamic cities. Whether you want to toast to your anniversary in a swish downtown Toronto hotel or reconnect in a European-esque option in Ottawa, these top picks are all in standout locations.

Panoramas Over Lake Ontario From a Hot Tub Hotel in Toronto

Who said city stays couldn’t be relaxing? At One King West Toronto, R&R is firmly on the menu—thanks to an attentive concierge service catering to your every whim and a spacious Tower Prestige Suite with a roomy Jacuzzi looking out onto Lake Ontario.
If you’re not planning on using the kitchenette in this modern space, book a table at the hotel’s Tellers Bar & Lounge for locally-inspired dishes. Here you can savour options such as Canadian candied bacon or East Coast mussels in white-wine butter. A roster of themed events takes place weekly at this lively lounge, from Wine Wednesdays to Roast Sundays.
This hotel is set inside the old Dominion Bank headquarters, in a structure that has stood in ever-rising Toronto since the 1800s. You’ll be in the centre of the entertainment area when you stay here, with access to the subway and Eaton Centre Mall provided by a walkway. It’s also just a 15-minute walk to the CN Tower. The Theatre District is around the same distance—a great bonus if you’re planning on catching a musical!
Counter the after-effects of busy days spent exploring with a session in the resistance pool before returning to your room. Get comfy on the king-size bed to watch the big-screen HDTV, or simply set your sights on another dip in that hot tub.

One King West Hotel and Residence

Top rated
9.0 Excellent (14458 reviews)

A Hot Tub Hotel Near Niagara Falls

After taking in the epic sight of roaring Niagara Falls, check in at The Giacomo Niagara Falls and extend the aquatic fun to your own whirlpool suite. Niagara Falls is known as the Honeymoon Capital of the World, so where better to roam for a romantic break?
When you walk into the lobby of this hotel, which is housed in a towering skyscraper reminiscent of the Empire State Building, you’ll notice ornate chandeliers hinting at the elegance to come. Settle down in a velvet winged armchair next to a fireplace that’s propped up by intricately carved statues—a nod to the Art Deco design in the guest rooms. In your room, you’ll be greeted with a pillow-top mattress and chocolates.
The attention to detail is on point, too: expect valet parking, a concierge and a turndown service in the evenings. Freshly-baked cookies are delivered each night, and mornings begin with a European-influenced continental breakfast. Here on a Friday? Find a seat in the lounge bar for live music after a sunset toast with an Italian prosecco at the 19th-floor Skyview Lounge.

The Giacomo

Top rated
Niagara Falls
8.8 Excellent (1135 reviews)

A European-Style Ottawa Hotel with In-Room Jacuzzis

With a breakfast buffet inspired by Switzerland laid out each morning—complete with homemade bread, rich cheeses and a classic handmade Bircher muesli—Swiss Hotel Ottawa really does live up to its name. And there’s more than just the food to tempt you at this hotel. A stay here means kicking back in a room with a luxurious dual-jetted hot tub with refined eco-friendly toiletries. Turn on the water, prep a coffee with the Nespresso machine, then line up a Spotify playlist on the iPod speakers for blissful relaxation.
The hotel building itself is historic, having been constructed in 1872. Its stately facade is offset by a thoughtfully designed, boutique-style interior. Book into the Spa Suite for something a little more traditional than other rooms, with a king-size four-poster bed and a fireplace to snuggle up beside.
Post-soak, extend the European theme of your trip by relaxing on the hotel’s Mediterranean-inspired terrace with a glass of Champagne in hand (the hotel allows you to bring in your own alcohol), or by checking out the Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica, a 15-minute walk away. Alternatively, you can pop over to ByWard Market, less than a 10-minute stroll from “home”, for artisanal goodies like micro-roasted coffee and classic BeaverTail pastries.

Swiss Hotel

Top rated
9.0 Excellent (1208 reviews)

A Romantic Ambiance at an Old-World Hotel with Jacuzzi Suites in Toronto

Old Mill Toronto is romance personified, with its exposed stone walls, Humber Valley location and Jacuzzi suites with deep-soaking tubs for two. It’s also grand: set in a Tudor-style building with Edwardian-inspired wallpaper and four-poster beds to sleep on, this is an out-of-the-ordinary place to lay your head. Check in to a luxury king suite and chill out among hand-loomed rugs, a crackling fireplace and handy wet bar.
Located opposite the Humber Valley Parklands and Toronto Bike and Walking Trail System, Old Mill Toronto is ideal for a nature-focused trip—if you can tear yourself away from the spa, that is. Treatment rooms in this space continue the hotel’s vintage-inspired vibe, with heavy drapes and mahogany-hued fireplaces. Book a calm-inducing halotherapy session for a health boost and you’ll be given minute particles of salt to inhale, enhancing the immune system and boosting your metabolism.
Dining at the Old Mill is an event in itself. Park yourself in the restaurant among the castle-esque stone walls on plush high-back chairs to sample seasonally changing meals.The menu features options like homemade orecchiette pasta with beef cheeks braised in red wine and served with a tangy pineapple and cherry chutney.

Old Mill Toronto Hotel

Top rated
9.2 Excellent (2185 reviews)

A Contemporary Aparthotel in Ontario with In-Room Whirlpools and Ample Space

Albert at Bay Suite Hotel in Ottawa is a modern aparthotel in the city centre. Oversized suites mean you can really stretch out, complete with kitchens and separate living areas. Opt for the Luxury One-Bedroom Suite for a delightful hot tub to sink into. Imagine wrapping up in a fluffy robe afterwards and breathing in the fresh air out on your private balcony.
Pour yourself a glass of Rioja and take it up to the top-floor patio for views over Ottawa’s rooftops. It’s an ideal precursor to dinner and drinks at trendy Asian-inspired fusion restaurant, Roku Bar & Bites. This quirky spot, just a 10-minute drive away over in Chinatown, is home to innovations like kimchi fries and tangy tamarind-coated chicken wings. To drink, choose from their menu of well-mixed drinks, like the vodka-spiked All I Do Is Nguyen, featuring Vietnamese coffee, crème de cacao and bitters.
During the daytime, you can brush up on national history at the Canadian War Museum, 10 minutes away by bus. If you’re visiting in winter, bring your skates along so you can take to the ice hand-in-hand with your partner—an ideal cool-weather activity easily followed up with a dip in your room’s steamy hot-tub.

Albert at Bay Suite Hotel

Top rated
8.8 Excellent (298 reviews)

A Plush Jacuzzi Hotel in Sudbury Northern Ontario

From Hampton Inn Sudbury, you can browse the rails at Southridge Mall, loop around Nepahwin Lake and catch a show at the Sudbury Theatre Centre before retiring to a plush King Deluxe Whirlpool suite with a Jacuzzi. If you’re feeling sleepy after a luxuriant soak, nap on one of the two bespoke queen-size beds or wind your way down to the heated indoor pool for an invigorating swim.
Running late in the AM? Ready-to-go breakfast bags are on hand for you to tote with you on your travels—although it’s worth lingering over the hot buffet breakfast when you have time to kill. Come lunch or dinner, you can eat fresh Italian fare at Ripe Restaurant, less than a 20-minute walk away. Dishes like the arancini (fried risotto balls) and stone-fired pizzas are known to be mouthwatering.
For some light exercise, you can work on your swing at Lively Golf Club (it’s 20 minutes from the hotel by car) or head off on horseback at Wagonwheel Ranch, a 30-minute drive through the leafy green countryside. If you’re in Sudbury for fall, don’t miss the Cinefest International Film Festival, one of Canada’s biggest cultural celebrations. Peruse the art at the SCARF studio and gallery, too, which shines a spotlight on local talent.

Hampton Inn Sudbury, Ontario

Top rated
9.0 Excellent (2085 reviews)