We uncover eight of the best Babymoon hotels for you to try before two becomes three
Keemala, Thailand – Unique is an understatement for this resort. Keemala boasts magnificently quirky rooms that are reminiscent of a bird’s nest but of course, suitable for luxurious human residence. Keemala specialises in ‘holistic retreats’ that range from pampering massages, healing treatments, body enhancing exercises and daily Spa Cuisine that will result in your baby body feeling revitalised and your mind clarified – great for a pre pregnancy break!
Stay seven nights for the price of six – Prices from £1,919 per person for a seven-night stay, with breakfast in a One Bedroom Clay Pool Cottage with return flights.*
Rayavadee, Thailand – At the Rayavadee, guests can enjoy a three-course meal in a spectacular cave. Gracing the curves of Phra Nang Peninsula’s limestone cliffs, this elegant resort has a brilliant spa offering a range of traditional treatments and traditional healing therapies suitable for your special time. You won’t be short of beach and relaxation space – the resort boasts three beaches, plus an infinity pool lies at the edge of the ocean and Pool Pavilions are also available.
Stay seven nights for the price of five – Prices from £2,395 per person for a seven-night stay, with breakfast in a Deluxe Pavilion and return flights.*
Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, Maldives – With magically blue seas and white sands, the Conrad Maldives is heaven on earth. Eating for two isn’t a problem at this resort with 12 award-winning restaurants, including the world’s first undersea restaurant. There’s also a host of activities that are perfect for pregnancy, like Manta Ray watching; this hotel is the only place in the country where you can watch manta rays without getting wet. During the manta season (November until April) these remarkable creatures swim almost every night under the bridge between the resorts two islands!
Save up to 15% on your stay, stay seven nights for the price of six – Prices from £2,365 per person for a seven-night stay, in a Beach Villa on a half board basis and return flights.*
Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan, Bali – Surrender to Bali’s intoxicating spirit if you’re expecting at this riverside sanctuary, with a dramatic rooftop arrival high amongst the treetops. Dine under the stars surrounded by lotus ponds, sink into serenity with Chakra Ceremonies at Sacred River Spa, join the dynamic yoga program amidst the rice fields and experience ultimate relaxation during pregnancy. If you’ve just given birth why not experience the 90-minute spa treatment – ‘Weteng Ayu’ – Balinese women have used stomach binding and weteng massage for centuries to tone the waistline, promote weight loss and aid post-pregnancy recovery.
Save up to 25% on your stay – Prices from £1,999 per person for a seven-night stay, in a Duplex Suite with breakfast and return Emirates flights. Includes a meet and greet on arrival.*
Anantara Al Jabal Al Akhdar Resort – This unique retreat is perched 2,000 metres above sea level on Oman’s fabled Green Mountain, making it one of the highest five-star resorts in the world. This is for babymooners who want to enjoy a mixture of relaxation and adventure – for relaxing, take part in yoga on the breath-taking viewing platform with endless views across the desert (where you can also stargaze at night), or at the spa. For the adventurous, The Anantara is located a short distance from some of Oman’s most beautiful ancient forts, souks and remote agricultural villages as well as mountain and valley scenery.
Save up to 30% on your stay – Prices from £1,155 per person for a five-night stay, in a Premier Room with a complimentary half-board upgrade and return flights.*
Armani Hotel, Dubai – Boasting sensational views across the city, you can wake up with your head almost above the clouds and feel completely serene – perfect for a babymoon. What’s more, the Armani is located next to the world-famous Dubai Mall (the second largest in the world) where visitors can enjoy a spot of shopping – whether it’s new baby clothes or some (well-deserved) post pregnancy clothes for yourself, this hotel is in a fantastic location!
Save up to 20% on your stay – Prices from £979 per person for a three-night stay, including breakfast, in a Classic Room with return flights.*
Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, Dubai – The Burj Al Arab Jumeirah is a stunning epitome of luxury, with a range of rejuvenating spa treatments and a private butler service. Parents-to-be can enjoy a couple’s massage or an organic body wrap to soothe the baby bump before heading back to a deluxe suite and basking in the stunning ocean view. With a dedicated butler reception on all 56 floors of the hotel and 24/7 availability, no request goes unmet while guests take a well-deserved rest. Later, explore the Turtle Rehabilitation Project based at Burj Al Arab and interact with rescued sea turtles, who are restored back to health before going back into the wild.
Prices from £2,065 per person for a three-night stay, including breakfast, in a Deluxe One Bedroom Suite and return flights.*
Atlantis The Palm, Dubai – Famous for its unique shape, Atlantis The Palm is perfect for satisfying any Mummy-to-be’s pregnancy cravings, as it hosts some of the best restaurants in Dubai. Enjoy an elegant meal in the Ossiano seafood restaurant and take in the stunning views of the Ambassador Lagoon while listening to wonderful live music. If seafood isn’t for you, a lavish buffet at Kaleidoscope or a laidback brunch at Gordon Ramsay’s famous Bread Street Kitchen will treat your taste buds. Finally, take advantage of the deluxe Royal Pool and wind down in front of views of the city with your partner and a baby book.
Prices from £1,089 per person for a five-night stay, on a complimentary half board basis upgrade, in an Ocean King Room with return flights.*
- All offers are subject to availability and offers may be withdrawn at any time. For information on these Emirates Holidays or to book, visit the website.