History of the Jacuzzi
In 1968, Roy Jacuzzi invented the first layout of a self-contained, fully integrated spa bath that allowed a large number of people to enjoy the relaxing effects of a Jacuzzi.
In 1970, however, he created the first outdoor hot tub. With the new modern technology, he improved the design of the Jacuzzis daily and had started the development and now there are about 250 patents in all in the hot tub and spa industry.
Today Jacuzzis are normally strewn in residential homes, hotel suites, aboard cruise ships, and in spas in all parts of the world. The best way to experience a jacuzzi is to install it in your own home.
After installing the Jacuzzi in your outdoor home, you can invite family and friends to experience a special Jacuzzi vacation. So that it can become a meeting place for family and friends.
Even before modern recorded history, early man would have recognized the benefits of natural geysers, or hot springs, used for their warmth and healing power.
The ancients of 2000BC Egypt used hot baths for recreation and relaxation, and it has been claimed that Phrarotes had a hot bath in Persia in 600BC. The ancient Greeks also knew the healing values of water, and often built around natural hot springs.
Early Chinese and Japanese cultures also enjoyed the therapeutic properties of water, which even led to a well-known Japanese phrase, “Mind Like Water,” which refers to those whose minds are in harmony with all that lives.
The most famous proponents of hot springs and spas were the Romans, who built settlements all over the empire around natural springs and baths. Perhaps one of the most famous is the Roman settlement in Bath, UK, which grew into a labyrinth of bathing areas and spas. Queen Elizabeth 1st historical visit to Bath in 1500 and took advantage of the softening waters there.