There is a six man Jacuzzi in level one, the Jacuzzi Gym room. It's in a room with some glass roof skylights, and lots of windows all around. We tend not to heat this room, as the sun usually does a good job of keeping it warm, and besides, a little cold air while you're sitting in a little hot water tends to feel more than a little good.
The Jacuzzi uses bromine for cleansing and "sterilization", though, remember, you really can't completely purify water that sweaty people sit (and god forbid, pee) in. The Jacuzzi is covered to help keep the heat in; please remember to cover the Jacuzzi when not in use, and don't ever stand or sit on the Jacuzzi cover. It's not designed for that. The heating controls are on the corner of the unit, and are self explanatory.
We change the water on a "as needed" basis. The chemicals are checked and replenished after each guest stay.
Please shower before, and especially AFTER, you sit in the Jacuzzi. This will minimize the chances of any sort of skin infectious disease and chemical irritation. (Something you should do after sitting in any hot tub).
Some things to be aware of:
Check the temperature before you get in. We are not responsible for guests who make changes to the Jacuzzi thermostat.
Do not use the Jacuzzi alone. Always have a partner. (Besides, it's more fun...)
The Jacuzzi spa runs at high temperatures. It is not recommended that those with a heart condition, asthma, hypertension, poor physical health, or those under the influence of alcohol use the Jacuzzi. Do not use if pregnant. Consult with your Physician before using the Jacuzzi if you have any questions.
Certain people may have sensitivity to Chlorine or Bromine (anti-bacterial additive). If you experience coughing or itching, leave tub immediately and shower.
It is not recommended that healthy adults exceed 15-20 minutes in the Jacuzzi.
Supervise small children around the tub at all times.
Take care in entry & exit of Jacuzzi. Stairs and floor can be slippery when wet.
No glass in or around the tub at anytime.
If your hair is long, put it up in a ponytail or bun to avoid getting it caught in the filter or drain.
Avoid drinking alcohol or using drugs in the hot tub. The hot water will amplify and speed the effects of any alcohol or drugs. Alcohol makes you drowsy, and falling asleep in hot water can be very dangerous. In addition to the risk of drowning, your body cannot regulate its temperature as well when you are asleep, which can lead to dangerous overheating.
Similarly, avoid using the hot tub when overly tired, or at least have a more alert person join you to wake you up.
Always keep the hot tub covered when not in use. Always make sure that the security gate has been properly closed after use to prevent hot tub access to children.
Never use electrical devices (including phones, radios, TVs or any other corded device) in or near the hot tub.
Please c;lose all doors and windows after you finish in the Jacuzzi room.
There are towels in the racks on the wall of the Jacuzzi room.