The question is not why to go on a babymoon to London but How To Babymoon In London. A city as diverse as London is the perfect destination for expectant couples.
BabyMoon® Travel proudly offers pampering maternity breaks at two of London’s top luxury hotels, The Savoy and The Connaught.
AT THE SAVOY, A FAIRMONT MANAGED HOTEL
Celebrate your pregnancy and spend your babymoon at one of the most celebrated London landmarks, The Savoy, A Fairmont Managed five star hotel.
The Savoy proudly stands on the Northbank of the River Thames. The ballet, opera and theatre of vibrant Covent Garden are just steps away; with the City, world-renowned museums and galleries, and the designer shopping of Knightsbridge and Mayfair within easy reach on foot or by taxi.
The Savoy’s Babymoon offer for Expecting Couples includes :
Valid until November 2017
To book, visit baby-moon.eu/london-babymoon
BABYMOON AT THE CONNAUGHT
What’s included ? Luxurious Accommodations, Daily English Breakfast for two, Late check-out until 2pm, ‘Nurturing New Life for Pregnancy’ treatment(s) at Aman Spa. Man Spa is the first Aman Spa to be built outside the world-famous Aman resorts.
2. PRE-BABY SHOPPING
Seraphine maternity shops
Kensington Boutique, 179 Kensington High Street
Battersea Boutique, 102 Northcote Road
Marylebone Boutique, 45 Marylebone High Street
The Biscuiteers is your address for beautiful, hand-iced, personalized biscuits, chocolates, cakes and cupcakes. Have a pregnancy craving pause at The Biscuiteers Boutique and Icing Cafe in Notting Hill.
194 Kensington Park Road. And if you already know if you’re having a boy or girl, then definitely get the New Baby Girl or Boy Biscuit Tin, it’s too hard to resist.
188 – 196 Regent Street
Hamley’s is one of the largest and most famous toy shops in the world. Six huge floors packed full of toys and games, is one of London’s most popular tourist attractions, welcoming in excess of five million visitors each year.
Here awaits the world-famous Harrods on Brompton Road, Knightsbridge. Harrods is one of the largest department stores in the world. Offering inspiring baby products, from exclusive Harrods branded pluche bears, Christian Dior baby shoes to the newest Balmoral Pram.
3. UNIQUE AND COMFY MOVIE NIGHTS IN LONDON
The ideal cinema experience for expectant couples can be found at the two locations of Electric Cinema.
Shoreditch location : 64-66 Redchurch St, Shoreditch
As part of the Soho House Group, the Electric Cinema Shoreditch provides an unrivalled level of comfort and style for up to 50 cinema-goers. What better way to enjoy the film than from plush armchairs with cosy cashmere blankets? With a fully licensed deli-bar and coffee station on the ground floor, you’ll find a range of draught beers, wines and cocktails (or non-alcoholic drinks for mom-to-be), light meals and snacks, and excellent coffee, to enjoy before or during the film.
Perfect for expectant couples ? there’s more space for a more comfortable cinema experience with leather seating, footstools and tables for food and drink. In addition, two 2-seater sofas are also available at the rear of the theater, perfect for a romantic night out.
Portobello location : 191 Portobello Road (Notting Hill)
The interior of the Electric Cinema Portobello reflects the cinema’s long history. Sixty-five leather armchairs with footstools and side tables offer unparalleled comfort. In addition there are three 2-seater sofas at the rear of the theatre and six double beds in the front row providing a unique cinema experience. Individual cashmere blankets complete the picture.
The view from The Shard is the premium visitor attraction at the top of Western Europe’s tallest building, and London’s newest landmark, The Shard. For tickets, visit Tickets The Shard VisitLondon.com
Choosing a musical isn’t easy with so many theatres and popular musicals playing in London right now. Most are a 30 minute stroll away from The Connaught and just steps away from The Savoy. We’ve picked a few :
- Jersey Boys (we’ve seen it twice, highly recommended, at Piccadilly Theatre) 20 minutes walk from The Connaught
- Mamma Mia ! (Novello Theatre) 4 minutes walk from The Savoy
- Thriller (Lyric Theatre)
- Billy Elliot (Victoria Palace Theatre)
- The Lion King (Lyceum Theatre)
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