Sauna and jacuzzi are two things that people often mistake as the same things. This is because people who pay for both plunge their bodies except their heads inside.
In fact, saunas are always using hot boiling water. The more times you spend inside any saunas, the hotter and more boiling you’d feel about the water.
Even though jacuzzis in most 4-star and above-ranked hotels can also use accesses to hot water, the main feature that makes jacuzzis different from other pools (including but not limited to swimming pools) is the jet feelings when you plunge your body parts inside them.
The fees associated with enjoying the swimming pools in most 4-star and above-ranked hotels often also include sauna and jacuzzi.
At the same time, swimming pools, sauna, and jacuzzi are all considered as pools. What’s more, is that, swimming pools alone in 3-star hotels (and the same thing also applies for some of the above-ranked hotels) are enough to keep guests coming to relax themselves.
You may wonder, if it’s okay for sauna and jacuzzi to not be present and the swimming pools alone are enough, then, isn’t it also okay for swimming pools to stand by themselves without these two?
First of all, swimming pools don’t have the “hot boiling facilities” as in sauna and jacuzzi. Even though the hot climates can affect the water inside a swimming pool. Swimming pools alone are never enough in releasing muscle tensions as in the hot boiling sauna or jacuzzi. This is because the hot climate affecting the water is different than the hot boiling water that has a central heating system and can be adjusted from the central system.
Compared to when there are additional sauna or jacuzzi apart from swimming pools. Couples won’t be able to release hormons needed to feel intense love feelings toward each other. In other words, while it’s true that swimming pools alone are enough to release stresses. Sauna and jacuzzi functions as the “warm releases” for couples to have better romance sessions.
Another thing that makes swimming pool alone is not enough without sauna or jacuzzi is that swimming pools often come with broader sizes than the intimate sauna or jacuzzi. Some people will be tired to stretch their feet while swimming.
So, the answer to the question is, “No”.