A non-lounge hot tub, the Vanto® model features the same stylish design and powerful spa jetting system found on the popular-selling hot tub Vacanza® Series.

STYLE SELECTOR | *Click the swatch icons below to view color combinations


Coastal Gray




White Pearl

Tuscan Sun


Midnight Canyon

Sterling Marble


White Pearl

Tuscan Sun


Midnight Canyon

Sterling Marble


White Pearl

Tuscan Sun


Midnight Canyon

Sterling Marble

(Actual colors may differ from on screen representation. Please see your local dealer to verify).

star rating

“Very well built spa, with a good warranty package.”

Don | California

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“We have had our hot tub for just over a year and I would say it is one of the best purchases we have made.”

Adams | Nampa, ID

Vanto Jet Systems

Provides a precise massage to target specific muscles.

These jets allow you to redirect the jet stream by changing the position of the nozzle. You can also regulate the force of the massage.

AdaptaSsage® jets provide a rotating massage pattern that you can regulate.


All Caldera® Spas feature FiberCor® an innovation that revolutionizes spa insulation. Applied at 2lb. density, FiberCor® is 4-times denser than regular 1/2 lb. Urethane foam.

EcoTech® cabinet

The exclusive EcoTech® cabinet, with its rich colors and embossed grain, offers the aesthetic appeal of real wood while providing the durability and easy care.

The Foot Ridge®

The Foot Ridge® support provides a convenient anchor point to help you remain stationary while powerful jets work their magic.

360° View

Drag the toggle left or right to see a detailed, 360-degree view of the spa seating, jet placement, spa shell and cabinet.

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Tech Specs


7 Adults


7' x 7' x 36" / 213cm x
213cm x 91cm


375 gallons / 1425 liters


845 lbs. / 385 kg


5,200 lbs.* / 2,370 kg


35 Total Jets


27 Euro, 5 AdaptaFlo®,
3 AdaptaSsage®




2 ReliaFlo® Pumps; 1 Dual-Speed
1.5 HP (3.2 BHP); 1 Single-Speed
1.5 HP (3.2 BHP)






Hi-Flow Heater (4,000 Watts)


230V/50 amp




65 sq. ft.


Spa Frog Cartridge Ready


Available option


1 Acquarella Waterfall


Mystique® 10 Points-of-Interior Lights


Fully-insulated with FiberCor® material, 2 lb. density; Certified to
the California Energy Commission (CEC) in accordance with California law




Visquene Sheet


3.5" to 2.5" tapered, 2 lb.-density
foam core


White Pearl, Desert, Midnight Canyon, Tuscan Sun, Sterling Marble


EcoTech® Cabinet


Espresso, Coastal Gray, Teak


ProLift®, ProLift II, ProLift III, or ProLift IV


Chestnut, Ash, Caramel




The Wireless Audio System with Extended Bluetooth® Technology,
The 22" HD Wireless Monitor


EcoTech® or Polymer

Vanto Reviews

Vanto is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 112.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Water Issues My husband loves the new spa, but he does not need to maintain it! The Spa Frog does not provide adequate bromine even at the highest level. We were told, after the fact, that this is an issue with the larger spas. That means we need to add bromine tablets as well. Further more, the "Ozinator" only runs when the pump is running. This impacts energy efficiency because we need to run the pump 12 hours a day. Having its own power supply would have been a big plus.
Date published: 2013-04-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Hot Tub The hot tub water is very cloudy and no seems to give a good explanation why.
Date published: 2016-08-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from WANTED to give 5 stars I really want to give 5 stars, as when we use our hot tub, we LOVE it. We had to replace the main control board about 6 months after we bought our spa. I feel that it requires excess chemicals to keep the water quality to par and that is costing us a fortune. The in line bromine cartridge, even open all the way to 6, never gives a purple reading on the test strip and we need to add at least a cap full of Renu to get a correct reading. We have tub set to 98 degrees and filter set for 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. The filter randomly turns on and off all day long. When I check the temperature it will read 98, 99 sometimes 100, yet the filter keeps kicking on like it has a mind of its own. We now turn the spa and off at the breaker, as I'm not sure how to fix this problem and our electric bill has doubled. Frustrating, as spa is not even two years old...
Date published: 2015-12-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Disappointed Replaced an old hot tub with a Caldera and have spent the first year trying to keep the tub clean. For some reason the cleaning system does not keep water and hot tub clean. The place of purchase just keep selling me more chemicals. Hot tub looks good. We wish it worked better..very disappointed..
Date published: 2015-07-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Happy My 1st. hot tub. Happy with it so far. Use it alot more in winter than summer.
Date published: 2014-09-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Help Ok, got this spa delivered a few weeks ago so I could not hook it up right away due to the cold weather spell here in NY. I finally got a decent weekend and got to work. All new 8/3 wiring, 50amp breaker in the main panel, new sub panel w/a 50amp breaker, outside line in flex conduit. got all the wiring done and wanted to test to ensure connectivity before filling, I figured a brief light up on the spa panel...shut it off...fill it up and good to go. Not so much. Everytime I hit the breaker in the sub panel it trips. I went over EVERYTHING 3 times to make sure it was all done properly and it still does the same thing. Any help would be appreciated. Is there a dummy sensor in save people from themselves? I'm at a loss at this point. Im a general contractor and have reasonable electrical experience along with this being one of many I have done.....but this is getting the best of me.
Date published: 2014-01-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good at times I like my spa. However I have had trouble with it as far as the jets go and leaks. The service people have came out 3 -4 times and apparently cant fix it because they were ordering a part and it wasnt replaced.
Date published: 2013-04-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Rough start but we love our hot tub We sat in every hot tub in town and ended up selecting the Vanto based on the styling, comfort, and price. We had many problems with the unit over the first 3-4 months that we owned it from vacuum pressure sensors to the main control board had to be replaced. The service from the company we purchased the tub was not as knowledgeable as I expected. When the unit would simply not heat they came out and said the filter was dirty. We had only owned it for a few weeks and the filter was absolutely clean. Once a new vacuum sensor and control board were replaced we then had problems with the ionizer that we purchased as an adder. This is not a Caldera problem but yet another problem by the dealer as they installed the wrong size port. We have also had both heating element couplers break in a span of a few weeks. When this happens it spits water all over the inside of the cabinet, a huge problem in the winter months as this cabinet is un-insulated. The entire tub has to be drained to replace the couplers which means there is a real danger for the cabinet to ice up until the heater can turn back on. I remain nervous that this may happen again as the dealer could not offer any explanation as to why this happened twice in less than a month. Since all of these initial problems however we have had a trouble free experience with the unit and I'm in it nearly every day. I switched from the included Spa Frog bromine system to regular chlorine as it is easier to keep the water clean with less hassle and a smaller amount of chemistry. The only negative I would say is that our power bill went up $60 or so per month and we expected only $30. With the main cabinet being un-insulated it is no wonder that during the winter the heater runs frequently. I plan to add some insulation to the main cabinet to hopefully offset our high power bill. Everything else about the unit is great. It's comfortable, has enough jets and features to make a great soaking experience and we absolutely love it. Had we been able to avoid the initial problems I would rate it five stars for everything but energy efficiency.
Date published: 2015-06-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from 2014 tub We have only had our tub 1 1/2 years. The first month of ownership (Dec 2014) we had to drain the tub. All four foot jet chrome ring covers fell off. So we drained the tub, re glued them and refilled our tub. They have stayed on now. Spring 2015, noticed a panel on the outside of the tub where the lid lifter is attached is cracked. We believe that because of the unstability of the cheap lid lifter, it jerks on the lid on the opposite side that you are using to lift the hot tub lid.Contacted company we bought from at the end of March 2015. End of May we got a call that they will replace the panel(because its under warranty) but we will have to pay mileage for them to come and repair it. We live 75 miles one way from the dealer. Wow, really? Not happy with this situation and don't feel we should pay for parts that are under warranty and obviously defective. Dealer told us they had 4 of them with similar problem.
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