Hot tub super bowl party? The question should really be “why not?” Check out our list below on how to prepare and host a Super Bowl Hot Tub Party.
- Step up your game. Set up some music and accessories before the festivities begin! Maybe even add some accessories like our wicker surround bench, a safety rail or a towel rack.
- Plastic flip flops. These are good to have around for any outdoor hot tub use, but are especially useful in the winter. If you’re placing the hot tub inside, then you should have no worries. But just remember, the water around the hot tub will splash outside the tub, and in freezing temperatures that water will freeze to ice very fast.
- Bring on the noise. Ask your guests to bring water proof noise makers to build your own 12th man excitement when your winning team scores.
- Keep it full. Make sure the water stays above the jets to keep the filters and jets workings. The more people soaking, the faster the water level will drop.
- Maintain balance. Avoid a personal foul. Keep the water chemistry in balance and sanitize levels up by using our test strips every hour. An unbalanced, unsanitzed hot tub can lead to real problems for all hot tubbers. Each hot tub rental comes equipped with test strips, Chlorine, pH Up and pH down chemicals. If the pH levels are down, add our pH Up chemical, wait 15 minutes and hop back in. And if the pH levels are up, well you know the drill.
- Throw in the towels. Make sure you have plenty of fresh dry towels for guests’ comfort, no matter how many times they get in and out the hot tub. Store them within in the cabinets of our wicker surround couch for your leisure. Your guests will love you for it and so will your inside carpets and floors.
- Eat light. Offer finger foods like veggies & dip or even chicken or shrimp kabobs if you want to get a little fancy. Avoid chips-potato, corn, and extra crunchy items in the hot tub. If spilled, all chips make a party ending gummy mess. Want to try a chicken and shrimp kabob recipe? Check out the latest inspired by the foodnetwork.
2/3 cup vegetable oil
3 limes, juiced
2 tablespoons vinegar
1 tablespoon sugar
1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper
1 red bell pepper, cut into 1-inch pieces
1 red onion, cut into 1-inch pieces
1 (16-ounce) can pineapple rings, drained, cut into 1-inch pieces
6 boneless, skinless, chicken breasts cut into 1-inch pieces
1/2 pound large fresh shrimp, peeled and de-veinedRead more at: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/paula-deen/lime-chicken-and-shrimp-kabobs-recipe.html?oc=linkback
- Drink light. Bottled waters, juices, and sodas are good for keeping hydrated while soaking. Save the alcohol for after soaking. Alcohol is a depressant while hot water is a stimulant. As you sit in hot water, your metabolism is reved up faster than normal. You don’t want the penalty for excessive celebration. Remember it’s called the Super Bowl, not the Stupor Bowl.
- Cheers! Once the clock winds down and you’re out of the tub, toast the Super Bowl champions any way you like.
Word of advice: JUST GO WITH THE FLOW. Your guests will enjoy it more, and you’ll be glad you could offer them the best seat in the house in your hot tub rental. And remember, set your hot tub lights to the Blue setting; this always looks the best!