Saturday, 3 August 2013

5 Babymoon Hotspots for Kate, William and Prince George

Here's our choice of the top babymoon destinations to keep a royal family happy.
Armathwaite Hall, Keswick, Lake District
Let's face it, celebrities hardly need an excuse to go on holiday, so it's no surprise that a whole host of our favourite stars have jumped on the 'babymoon' bandwagon.

New parents Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, and Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan have all been spotted taking lavish babymoons: a special break a couple enjoy together while expecting or after their little darling arrives.

The Royal couple got a taste for babymoons back in February when they jetted off to Mustique while Kate was still pregnant – but where might they holiday once they've had a few weeks to settle in and get to know little Prince George?

Here we bring you the relaxing locations Will and Kate might enjoy post-baby; if you're feeling the need to be pampered with your bloke, then give them a try, too!

The Goring, London
This hotel will bring back special memories for Kate in particular as it was here that she and the Middleton family stayed the night before her wedding to Wills. Located just a few minutes from Buckingham Palace, The Goring was also a favourite of the late Queen Mother who celebrated the end of WWII by breakfasting here with King George VI and a young Elizabeth II.
Not only would the hotel provide a discreet, comfortable home from home, it also has a special VI(little)Ps package to welcome new parents with a waiting basket of essentials such as baby lotions, potions, changing mats, sacks, bath toys and bath mats.

Goring Hotel, London
The Goring Hotel

The Draycott Hotel, London
If a sleep-deprived Will and Kate fancy a night of romance without the bambino – but, vitally, close enough to dash home at a moment's notice – then the five-star Draycott Hotel would be perfect.
The hotel, which occupies three red-brick Edwardian homes less than three miles from Kensington Palace, offers a nice romance package with an overnight stay in a spacious suite, a dozen red roses, handmade fresh cream chocolates, a bottle of chilled pink Champagne and, best of all, a cuddly Draycott teddy to take home for Wales Junior.
Deluxe doubles from £453 per night, for more info visit

Draycott Hotel, London
Comfort fit for a Queen.

Armathwaite Hall, Lake District
Set in the secluded splendour of 400 acres of deer park and woodland and bordered by lake and mountain scenery, Armathwaite Hall is as romantic as the surrounding countryside.
The onsite spa also has the perfect tonic for a new mum – its 60 minute Time to Celebrate treatment (£70) uses a synergy of products to restore skin tissue firmness and regain tone and elasticity.
Prices start from £150 per person per night and include bed and full Cumbrian breakfast. Special monthly offers are available on the website,

Armathwaite Hall, Keswick, Lake District
The sumptuous spa at Armathwaite Hall, Lake District

The Romanos, Costa Navarino, Greece
Set amid lush olive groves and overlooking the clear waters of the Ionian Sea, this luxury resort would offer the perfect sunshine getaway for the latest Royal family clan. We're pretty sure Will and Kate would love the award-winning three-bedroom Royal Villa Koroni which has unobstructed sea views, a secluded infinity pool and complete privacy.
With a 24-hour private concierge service and the nearby Anazoe Spa offering soothing olive-oil treatments, thalassotherapy, kinisiotherapy, floating pools, ice-grotto rooms, mist showers and herbal saunas what could be more heavenly?
Price available upon request. For more information visit

Costa Navarino Royal Villa Methoni
The stunning Royal Villa Methoni in Costa Navarino, Greece.

Londa, Limassol, Cyprus
Cyprus' first design boutique hotel, Londa, has a sheltered beach, is very child-friendly and has even hosted christenings. With free cots for babies, babysitting services and a personal assistant on call to fulfil their guests' every need, what more could new parents want?
For more info, visit

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