Lay-Z-Spa Paris Inflatable Hot Tub Review

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The latest inflatable hot tub from the market leading company Lay-Z-Spa have come up with a stunning spa ready to kick start the new year.

The Lay-Z-Spa Paris is a 6 person inflatable hot tub which is the same size as the Vegas at 196cm wide. This is ideal for family, friends and romantic couples, holding up to 6 adults, so great for evening parties with friends.

The Need to Know

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With this being their latest model and brand new for 2021 it comes with a whole host of new and clever features that are not on other models in this range, and also not on other hot tubs on the market.

Check out this video from Lay-Z-Spa that shows and details all the features of this great inflatable hot tub.

Stunning Multicolour LED Lighting System

The Lay-Z-Spa Paris is the first in the range to come with a LED lighting system. This feature requires assembly but once set up it really is well done and works very nicely. A beautiful light is created around the edge of the spa and includes 7 different colours, from relaxing blues to romantic reds, you can choose your favourite colour or set depending on your mood, or it can be left to auto where it will cycle between the different colours for you. To adjust the colours the Paris spa comes with a waterproof wireless remote that makes it easy to adjust and no need to even move.

140 Air Jets and Massage System

This Lay-Z-Spa model comes with 140 air jets that are placed all around the spa ready to relax and sooth aching muscles by creating thousands of rejuvenating bubbles.

Lay-Z-Spa Paris Inflatable Hot Tub Review

40C° Rapid Heating System & Timer

The Paris hot tub will heat up to a very nice 40 degrees, this model comes with a built in timer so you can set when the heater comes on. This is great if you use the spa at certain times so you can ensure it is up to temperature and ready to hop straight into, or if you want to heat it in the night when your electricity bills will be slightly cheaper.

Heating up at 2 degrees per hour it can take around 10 hours to heat and get up to temperature. Once heated the heating system will maintain this temperature for you.

The spa like others in the range comes with a insulating inflatable lid that clips on helping keep the heat in while also protecting it from debris and leafs.

Easy set up & no tools required… at all!

As with all inflatable hot tubs they are quick and easy to set up, taking no time at all and can be filled up within 15 minutes. As with all Lazy Spa hot tubs it comes with a helpful DVD guide that shows you how to set up, however you should be fine with just the instructions but it is there just in case. No tools or professionals are needed, everything you need is including and can be set up even if you are a DIY or flat pack novice.

The LED lighting system is serape to the main spa itself and require additional assembly, it also requires its own plug socket too. The remote is also just for the lights, for future updates it would be better if the remote also controlled the bubbles allowing you to turn them on and off via the remote and having the LED lights all built in too.

Perfect for…

The Lazy Spa Paris inflatable hot tub is ideal for all families and different ages, making it great for kids and parents to all enjoy at the same time comfortably holding 2 adults and 3-4 children. The size of this spa makes it great for evening entertaining and spa parties with friends and certainly enough space for a romantic evening with your partner.

What’s included

As with all Lay-Z-Spa hot tubs the Paris spa is quick and easy to get up and running. It comes with a useful set up DVD, a good easy to follow Maintenance Guide, Filter Cartridge which are easy to replace, a Chemical Floater and bubble mat. Also in the box is the Paris hot tub ready to inflate, a Digitally Controlled Pump / Heater and the Wireless LED Remote Control for the lighting as well as the LED lighting which requires assembly.

The Lazy Spa Paris comes with a floor protector that sits under the hot tub preventing any debris or stones from damaging the base of the hot tub, it also acts as a little insulation from the ground helping keep the spa warm. The protector is slightly larger than the width of the spa itself.

The set up DVD that comes with the hot tub shows how easy it is to set up, most people can have it set up in their desired location in 10-15 minutes. It really is that simple. Once set up you can then fill it using a hose pipe, it you want to speed this up then you can also boil the kettle and fill it up this way too. Once filled to the marker, it can take up to 24 hours to heat it up with the pump. As mentioned if you are eager to jump in then you can add hot water to increase the temperature while it heats up to your desired temperature which you can set via the touch pad controls.


Holds: 4-6 Adults
Water Capacity (80% full)945L (250gal.)
Inflated Size 196cm x 66cm (77” x 26”)
Filled Weight: 1,215kg (2,678Lb.)
Rating: 220-240V~ 50Hz 2050W at 20˚C
Rapid Heating System: Approx. 1.5-2.0˚C/h (3-4˚C/h)
Maximum Heat Capability: 40˚C (104˚F)
Certification: CE/EMC/GS approved

Compared to the Vegas spa, they are both the same width at 196cm, however the Paris is slightly taller at a height of 66cm compared to the Vegas which is 61cm. The Paris hot tub is therefore slightly bigger and holds more water.

Bottom Line

The Lay-Z-Spa Paris is a fantastic addition to their already top range of inflatable hot tubs, if you are looking to get your first spa then this is the one, we can’t recommend it enough. It is a high quality spa that is well made, the new features aded for 2021 are great and the LED lighting adds to the quality of this spa as well as the relaxation and enjoyment.

Quick and easy to set up, the heater pump and timer work well, it is great size for all the family and the extra height of this spa make it evening more enjoyable and relaxing on those shoulder muscles.

If we had to be picky it would be great if the remote for the lights could also turn the airjets on and off bur apart that we cannot fault this spa, it has taken the already fantastic Lay-spa Vegas and made it even better! Perfect for all families, couples and parties, this is a must buy if you are looking at getting a inflatable hot tub this summer.

Last update on 2024-04-13 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API


  1. Stanislav Kozubek

    Dear Sirs,

    your “rapid heating” is rather slow, could you let me know whether you considered heater pump to improve it.

    Thank you

    Best reagards


  2. Mark

    Spa is great when working however Beastway Customer care is appalling and needs to be improved still awaiting a replacement pump impossible to reach company on their phone number.

    • ian.weston

      No your pain same thing happened to me faulty pump from day one still waiting for replacement pump they had the faulty one collected from me nearly 2 weeks ago they keep telling me it is a
      computer error why a pump still hasn’t been dispatched Ian.

  3. chris

    which button do i press on the remote to keep led on one color..not rotating?

  4. Carl eagle

    Hi what size batteries does the Paris lazy spa remote-controlled take For the lights as I can’t see it saying anywhere

  5. Mrs Dunn

    Hi we need to buy a new led remote control for model p5535 as soon as possible

  6. Mrs Pepper

    we seem to have a problem with jelly fish like bits floating in water does any one know what causes this? We have emptied tub out and filled with fresh water and it seems to start as soon as pump is switched on, new filters have been put in and it still happens . Any idea what causes this?

  7. Ronda

    Is the Paris spa recommended for below zero temps. We were going to put it outside but not sure if it is a good idea.

    • Hot Tub Reviewer

      According to Lay-Z-Spa themselves ‘The Lay-Z-Spa should not be setup or left out in temperatures lower than 4°C (40F).’ This is to prevent any damage to the pump should the water freeze.

      You want to keep the spa raised above the ground, a deck is ideal and keep it well insulated at the base.

    • Hot Tub Reviewer

      Yes, but make sure the room is well ventilated, and also ensure the floor is protected as it will get wet when getting in and out.

  8. Grant Smith

    Great spa, however the liners are very thin and after a year expand and become defective.

    The problem here is the beam construction they often defect on the inside of the spa and cause air to leak out. Don’t expect it to last. The led lighting is great but again after a year you’ll start seeing problems and end up with a liner that looks like it’s been stung by a wasp! honest review here.

  9. Jean

    Brought a lay z spa Paris. It’s in my summer house but seems to be really wet underneath, is this normal. As this is the second one I’ve had in 3 weeks the first one did this aswell and took back to swap for another one. Anyone experience this with there’s or is it just damp because it’s inside a summer house

    • Hot Tub Reviewer

      This could be damp and water from when people get out of the spa the just hasn’t dried out, is the summer house ventilated allowing it to dry out or steam and condensation to escape?

  10. Daniel kirwan

    Hi. My neighbours each have a Paris lay z spa and theirs appear to be a deeper lay z spa than the Paris lay z spa I have. Can you explain why there is a difference in height / depth please. They bought theirs about 1 year ago

  11. Joanne

    Hi just bought Paris lazy spa, it was at 32 when got in it but doesn’t feel as hot as it should, still getting to grips with it as never had one but also getting frustrated, thanks

    • Joanne

      I’ve put it to 40 so will see if any different in the morning, hope it’s not faulty

  12. david alon

    Dear Lay Z SPA – service dept,

    The filter is not working, always write E08, even after replacinf a new filter,

    How do I reset the sengine?

  13. Peter

    Hi have just purchased a Paris and at first glance I AMA very happy , looks well made and sturdy . I have a problem though. I have my heat set to 40 and the spa is at that temperature when I get to use it . When I get in I notice that the temperature is slowly decreasing and I am at 35 within 30 minutes . Is this normal ? I though that the heater would provide a constant temperature, give or take a degree or two for heat loss . Also best way customer service is pretty appalling so trying to figure this out . Cheers


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