About Us

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East Heaven Hot Tubs (established in 1981) provides the western New England region with the most exquisite hot tub experience to be found. Inspired by Japanese tradition, our private tub rooms are crafted of the finest woods, both indoors and outdoors.

Enjoy a luxurious soak with the music of your choice when you tub indoors, or listen to the sounds of nature when you soak under the sky in one of our famous outdoor tubs. All of our Jacuzzi-jetted tubs are available in your choice of teak or fiberglass. For your comfort and convenience we provide towels, soap, and hair dryers.

Our 104-degree water is always so pure that you feel like you are in heaven. We use bromine, ozone gas and silver catalytic purifiers for the ultimate in comfort with the minimum of chemical purification, to keep you and the Board of Health happy and proud to claim us as one of the finest relaxation facilities.

Since our opening in 1981 East Heaven Hot Tubs has been a very personal expression of our feelings about life, friendship, love, work, family and especially hygiene. In the next year or two we will soak our one millionth patron and perhaps you will be that lucky bather!

Our original founders Ken Shapiro and Scott Nickerson are actively engaged in aspects of operation. Ken grew up in a home that his mom furnished with East Asian art and furniture. His dad’s hobby was Japanese gardening using stones, pools, moss, and trees as focal points of the garden. Some of the art here is from Grandma’s house. This lifetime of exposure to East Asian culture and design  left a mark that manifested itself when Ken decided to open a bath house, inspired by Japanese design and tradition. This type of facility in Japan is called a Rotenburo and has been a commonplace business for many centuries. East Heaven Hot Tubs has been featured on Japanese television and watched by over 20 million viewers on their morning version of The Today Show.

Ken and Scott became friends during college and started this business together because it seemed like a good idea at the time. It was, and they remain close friends as they endeavor to bring this wonderful experience to you!