Minecraft How To

How To Make A Hot Tub In Minecraft With Bubbles

In this tutorial, we'll show you how to make a hot tub in Minecraft with bubbles.

There are many different ways to design and build a hot tub in Minecraft, so we'll show you an easy way to get you started. Feel free to expand on the design and create your own unique Minecraft hot tub!

Build A Hot Tub Video Tutorial

Watch as we show you how to build a bot tub with our step-by-step video tutorial!

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Available Platforms

Edition Platform Available
Java Edition Windows, Mac & Linux PC's Yes
Bedrock Edition Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android, Fire OS, Windows 10 PC's Yes
Education Edition Mac, iOs 12, Windows 10 PC's Yes
PlayStation Edition PlayStation 3 & 4 Yes

Required To Make A Hot Tub

In our example hot tub tutorial, we will need the following supplies:

Steps To Build A Hot Tub

1. Dig A Hole

To start building our hot tub, we'll first need to dig a hole in the ground. In our example, we are going to dig a 3 block x 3 block hole. Be sure to dig down 2 blocks deep.

Dig A Hole

2. Lay The Foundation

Place down 8 blocks of soul sand in the hole, essentially creating a soul sand floor in the hole you dug. Leave the center block empty.

Lay The Foundation

Place down a magma block in the empty center.

Lay The Magma Block

3. Fill With Water

Next, select your water bucket in your Hotbar and fill in the hole with water.

Fill With Water

You now have a working hot tub! It should start bubbling and when you enter the tub your player will start bobbing up and down.

Optionally, we can spruce it up to make it look a little nicer, which we'll do in the next step.

4. Decorate The Perimeter

In our example, we are going to add the 16 iron blocks around the perimeter of our hot tub to give it a more modern look.

How to make a hot tub in Minecraft

And that's how to make a working hot tub in Minecraft! Feel free to expand on the design and create your own unique Minecraft hot tub!

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