Bermuda Babymoons: The Perfect Island Getaway

Bermuda is an ideal and safe location for you to relax and indulge in quality time with your partner before your little one arrives. Enjoy the pink sands, turquoise waters, and historic pastel-hued towns. Your Bermuda babymoon is the opportunity to enjoy warm weather, cultural highlights and some much-needed down time - pure bliss.

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Arie and Lauren at a private table

A babymoon is a special celebratory trip, and the opportunity to create special memories. In Bermuda, you can soak up island vibes, rich culture, and spectacular nature. The best part is you can enjoy warm weather and the great outdoors with complete peace of mind because Bermuda is a Zika-free destination. 

Worried about travel times when pregnant? Bermuda is just 90 minutes from JFK and only two hours from most U.S. East Coast gateways. 

Where To Stay

Special Bermuda babymoon packages, rich amenities and personal service are among the highlights of Bermuda hotels and resorts. Here are a few to consider:

  • Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa is a top-rated resort for an escape. Many suites and cottages offer water views, and you can also book special candlelit dinners on the beach.
  • The Loren at Pink Beach features dramatic ocean views, poolside cabanas and locally sourced cuisine in a sleek, modern compound. The on-site spa has couples’ massages and facials.
Summer Chef Series At The Loren With Chef Andrew Zimmern
  • At Grotto Bay Beach Resort & Spa, you can enjoy the private beach, lush grounds and on-site spa in an ancient cave. The resort also offers an all-inclusive option, a rarity in Bermuda.

Or, explore more options for places to stay in Bermuda.

Stay safe from Zika

Bermuda remains free of Zika, the mosquito-borne illness related to birth defects. The mosquito that transmits Zika is not found on the island, and there have been no known local transmissions of the virus. For parents-to-be, this has catapulted Bermuda to the top of the list of potential vacation spots. 

Have secluded beaches to yourselves

Take the load off your feet with a dip in the crystal clear waters along Bermuda's coastline. Along the famous South Shore, find a secluded cove and scenic rocky cliffs at Jobson’s Cove. Another good spot for privacy includes beaches in the East end from Clearwater Bay, Turtle Bay and Cooper's Island Nature Reserve.

Learn more about Bermuda's secluded beaches, and check out some of the best beach walks around the island.

A woman and a man are sitting on the beach by a bonfire.

Savour the island's cuisine

Enjoy fresh cuisine to tantalise your tastebuds on your Bermuda babymoon. At Devil’s Isle Café, savour locally sourced organic fare in an elegant space with indoor and outdoor seating. Enjoy water views at Blu Bar & Grill, serving everything from Asian-fusion dishes to fresh local seafood, or dine along Hamilton Harbour at Harry's, whose well-rounded menu offers steak, lamb, chicken, and fresh catch of the day. 

For fine dining, check out Sul Verde at Rosewood Bermuda, where you can tuck into wild mushroom risotto or veal scaloppine. The lavish space is decorated with antique murals of world sailing ports. BLT Steak NY is located at the St Regis hotel in St George's and offers prime steak cuts and other entrees like local snapper and rack of lamb.

Exterior view of St Regis Bermuda with a restaurant and ocean views.

Retail therapy

Shopping – for you or baby – plays a starring role in a Bermuda babymoon. Hit the City of Hamilton, where the waterside Front Street features colourful storefronts selling jewellery, clothing and more. Stop in at Alexandra Mosher Studio Jewellery for a special souvenir incorporating the island’s pink sand. Also browse the shops and boutiques along Church, Queen and Reid streets. On Reid Street, Nest sells maternity clothing and baby gifts. 

The quaint lanes and slender alleys of the historic Town of St. George also hold great shopping. Retailers, often located in historic buildings, include The Bermuda Perfumery for island-inspired scents and Saltwater Jewellery Design for custom jewellery.

Alexandra Mosher Studio Jewellery – Pink Sand Jewellery

Indulge in a heavenly Spa Day

Soak up relaxation with a spa day – a must-do for any Bermuda babymoon vacation. Many of Bermuda’s indulgent spas offer pre-natal treatments, too, upping the appeal. Try the Natura Spa at Grotto Bay Beach Resort & Spa, where you can get a massage in an ancient cave or in a pergola overlooking the water. Couples and pre-natal treatments are available.

A floating dock with a massage table on it in a stunning cave in Bermuda.

At the La Serena Spa at The Reefs Resort & Club, treatments include a mother-to-be massage and a couples’ rubdown in a two-person room. Before and after you indulge, chill in the spa’s relaxation room overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.

A private pool flanked with lounge chairs and umbrellas with faux rose petals sets a serene scene at Sense®, A Rosewood Spa at Rosewood Bermuda. In the cottage-like facility, indulge in island-inspired treatments like a pawpaw massage or an organic facial.

To the moon and back

Dozens of circular stone archways called moongates dot the landscape in Bermuda. The tradition dates to the 19th century, when a sea captain, inspired by a visit to China, erected one of the intriguing sculptures on the island. It’s said that walking through a moongate brings good luck, and they make for a perfect babymoon photo op.

A wide angle of a Bermuda moon gate with calm waters and pink building in the background.

Moongates on public property can be found at the Bermuda Botanical Gardens, Tobacco Bay and Shelly Bay. Many also grace the grounds of hotels and resorts throughout the island, including the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club in the City of Hamilton and Cambridge Beaches in Somerset.



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