Pampering in paradise for parents-to-be as Four Seasons Resort Seychelles offers new ‘babymoon’ experience
Seychelles has over the years become a popular honeymoon destination for newlyweds looking for the ultimate escape to spend their first days as husband and wife. One hotel in the Indian Ocean archipelago, Four Seasons Resort Seychelles, is now offering couples on their way to becoming a trio, another kind of experience.
Pregnant guests staying at resort located at Baie Lazare in the south of the main island, Mahé, can now enjoy a ‘babymoon experience.’
A babymoon is a romantic vacation taken by parents-to-be before their baby is born or by new parents having just welcomed their little bundle of joy.
Four Seasons Resort Seychelles is offering the babymoon experience specifically for parents-to-be. This new experience, which the resort said is not chargeable started on Monday August 7.
This was prompted by the desire to ensure that pregnant guests are made as comfortable as possible during their stay.
Guests indicating their pregnancy while making their reservations will be automatically enrolled into the babymoon experience in luxurious treehouse style villa depending on its availability.
A special kit of pregnancy must-haves from pool float, mobile phone for direct access to the Cravings Hotline to order their favourite snack or essential comfort item wherever they may be in the resort are just two of what the ‘babymooners’ can expect.
The resort’s General Manager, Adrian Messerli said: "We often welcome couples who travel to our resort when pregnant, so our new babymoon is a way to ensure they have the most romantic experience together whilst also ensuring comfort and complete relaxation.”
“All of the elements of the babymoon have been designed with the needs of pregnancy in mind, to ensure that the guests can focus fully on enjoying their final romantic trip together before the new arrival," he added.
Expectant couples can also choose additional experiences including pregnancy yoga, massage or in-villa-dining at additional cost.