Can you think of a quicker way to relax other than laying back in a tub of hot bubbles on a cold day? Probably not. But what if we were to tell you that there's another experience that you should literally put on your "bucket list"? There's a hot tub in Washington where you can soak over a real fire!\nLocated next to the Mount Rainier National Park in Ashford, you can find this steamy sauna in a spot called Paradise Village Hotel & Restaurant.\nThe Ukrainian-styled vessel is nicknamed the "Cannibal hot bath." No, we're not making this stuff up.\nThis experience allows guests to soak in a gigantic kettle over an actual open fire kindled with wood. You don't have to be staying in the hotel to book it.\nThe bucket-list item costs $25 per hour to soak and an additional $50 cleaning fee as they change the water for every guest.\nThere's a minimum requirement to reserve it for two hours and you'll need to call in 24 hours before you this enchanting winter getaway.\nView this post on Instagram PARADISE VILLAGE! Stay at a Cabin at the foot of Mount Rainier National Park near the Nisqually Entrance. I highly recommend this place for an enchanting winter getaway! Enjoy your stay at an Eastern European style lodge complete with Ukrainian style food in their gorgeous dining area. We taste tested most of the dinner menu (menu in the comments) and it’s all so delicious! I definitely recommend the Ukrainian Galushky Gnocchi. Relax or play in their “Cannibal Soup” A.K.A an awesome hot tub with a fire burning underneath. This was such a unique experience with their grotto style hot tub. They also have a sauna which was nice to keep our clothes and towels warm. The metal bowl was shipped from Ukraine. He is also adding on a pool with a slide and another hot tub on top of the slide! There is an option to book a reservation for just the hot tub for 2hrs if you don’t want to stay the night. Wedding venue is another option here as well! Can be done any time of year. Paradise Village has a bakery with yummy cakes/pastries and a stunning breakfast nook. So, even if you don’t plan on staying you should still stop by! They also have tire chains for rent that’s only $20. I also loved the wooden shacks that are so picture worthy. They date back over 50 years. I love their mossy roof tops, reminds me of the buildings in Norway. If you want a European experience then stay at Paradise Village. Click the link for a discount!! http://bit.ly/PV-WANDERLUST A post shared by Adventure Writer • Artist (@brittanywanderlust) on Dec 5, 2019 at 10:57am PST\nIf you'd like to reserve it a little longer, you can opt to buy a three-hour package for $125.\nAnd the best part? This is the rate for reserving the tub and not per person, so make sure you bring your squad along and have an ultimate relaxation day.\nOnce you're in the pool under the make-shift cave, it's heated slowly so your body can get used to the rising temperature. According to the website, it's "invigorating" and "does not hurt."\nThey also have a sauna to keep your clothes and towels warm and toasty for when you get out. During winter, the snow packs in around this spot, making it magical.\nView this post on Instagram This place 😍 #cannibalhottub #cannibalhotbath #resting A post shared by Vera Mitsevich (@prostovera1) on Nov 20, 2019 at 12:40am PST\nAfter the invigorating jacuzzi, if you get hungry, you can stop by the restaurant or cafe on the premises that serve everything from piroshkys to salads and steaks for an additional charge.\nMake sure you grab your bathing suits and towels for your ultimate spa trip. An actual hot pot is waiting!\nView this post on Instagram Boiling hot 🔥#cooking #cannibalhottub #cannibalhotbath A post shared by Vera Mitsevich (@prostovera1) on Nov 19, 2019 at 10:17pm PST\nCannibal Hot Tub At Paradise Village\nPrice: $100 for 2 hours\nAddress: 31811 WA-706, Ashford, WA\nWhy You Need To Go: You can feel like you're in an actual hot pot in this gigantic "cannibal" hot tub over a real fire.\nWebsite\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.