Marquis Hot Tubs has factory-owned California store locations in Livermore and Camarillo. We also have multiple service centers throughout the state that provide local service if you should ever need it. We provide service to the following cities:
After four months of ownership, we could not be happier with our Marquis Spa. We shopped around and “wet tested” five other local dealers and decided to go with the Marquis Spirit model. It’s perfect for my wife and I. The quality on these units cannot be beat, and the fact that these spas are made right here in Oregon sealed the deal for us. Make sure to get the ozone & spa frog system, very low in chemicals and very easy maintenance!
~ Richard L, Beaverton, OR
Great customer service. Great Oregon made spas. Very enjoyable experience every time we use our spa.
Love Our Marquis Hot Tub
Love the help and attention we got here when deciding on a spa for home. Tim was very helpful in showing the different features and explaining the differences between the different models. We had been shopping for a spa for about 2 years trying to find the right fit for our needs and the area we have to put it in. Marquis Spas are quality built and you can tell the difference between their spas and some of the other “cheaper” models out there. We got a great deal and are looking forward to years of enjoyment with our new spa.
~ Dixon S.
How Did We Live Without A Spa
How did we live without a spa for so long!
We purchased our spa in December and are in it as much as possible. After researching some of the different manufactures we landed on Marquis. We purchased their “Reward” model and waited a bit for the 2013 model so we could take advantage of their new bluetooth technology to listen to music through our ipad with no cords needed directly into the spa. At the beginning it was a little difficult to get the chemicals just right. I think we have it down now and made it part of a routine.
To the spa…we got one with a lounger which is great, but probably my favorite part is the power you get from the jets. I thought it may be weak when multiple zones were running but it has been amazing. Looking up at the stars, with a cold drink, and the jets bubbling around you is a great way to end a day!
We had some challenges with the delivery and the timing but everything was worked out. The store manager was nice enough to give store credit or a our first spa cleaning for free to make up for the delay. This was not an inexpensive purchase but so far well worth the investment.
~ Jim G
We bought a Marquis Epic and also got a small step, larger storage step, corner step and a 2 compartment cabinet that they had to custom size due to the support bracket on our hydraulic cover lifter.
Bottom line is we love the tub, much nicer than my first tub. Basically 2 loungers, which we wanted, 3 seats at different elevation for cooling off a little, 2 monster jets that make my wife make great noises when she puts her feet up against them. The controls are nice. One great thing is in addition to the 2 different 3 way valves almost every jet can be manually turned off or on, so if it’s just the 2 of us, we can direct each pump to only a hand full of jets if we want, or if 4-5 in the tub, more jets can be opened for the other people. The ability to turn each pump on low or hi from each lounger is also a nice feature. The hydraulic cover lifter is nice, wife does not even grunt when lifting the cover.
All in all, we are very happy with the quality, design and features of this tub. Thought I would share in case anybody is interested.
~ Steve, Hillsboro, OR
We Love Our Spa
I did a LOT of research on the different types of spas that were available. I learned that it’s very easy to get confused when comparing spas based on technical things – everybody says their spas are the best, and they all have lots of differing evidence to back it up. But throughout the forum, two criteria stood out: how good I felt wet testing the spa, and brand/store reliability.
Fundamental Criteria: Brand/Store Reliability I found that the top spa brands were: Hot Springs, Dimension One, Marquis, and Sundance. I also found one other that I thought I was going to wet test, but then I looked up their local store in BBB, and quickly decided not to. I also decided against Sundance because I wanted a dealer that specialized in their spas – not a plumbing store.
Fundamental Criteria: WET TEST IS ESSENTIAL! My wife and I wet tested La Spas, Coleman, Hot Springs, Caldera, Marquis, and Dimension 1. The Marquis Epic was the only one that both my wife and I were happy with. I believe this is primarily due to the Epic’s ability to have 40gpm jets in specific areas. Smaller jets made our skin feel itchy, and when all jets were on us at the same time, we felt like we were getting pounded and blown out of our seats. The Epic solved both these problems with Tri-zone 40gpm jets. The larger gpm jets really got into our muscles, and the tri-zone didn’t blow us out of our seats. One other thing that became an absolute necessity for me after trying the Epic: Hamstring Jets! That narrowed down our choice list fast – not many spas have those jets.
After wet testing, I also found that I liked a shallower tub. The Epic is one of the shallowest tubs we tried, and I found I really liked it. I get overheated quickly, and having the water come up to my neck isn’t good for me. It also fit through our narrow gate!
My experience at Marquis: Both my wife and I liked our salesman. He was informative and friendly, but most importantly, he was NOT: pushy, condescending, secretive, or clearly blowing smoke. I don’t feel that I got taken, and we love the spa we chose! Van was also very helpful in our quest to prepare for the spa. He told us all the options we could use for a spa pad, and when we decided on crushed rock, he was very helpful in helping me design it. I feel very good about my purchase. I know my dealer and Marquis will stand behind us with any problems we have, and I know we got the right spa. That feeling alone is worth a lot.