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5 Best Babymoon Destinations for PNW Couples

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Here are five babymoon offerings recommended by Sinclair Broadcast Group that will allow you to reconnect as a couple before welcoming your new travel partner to the family.

  1. Salish Lodge & Spa, Snoqualmie, WA
    For a classic PNW experience, visitSalish Lodge & Spa, just a 30 minute drive from Seattle. Experience luxury and romance with each room featuring a gas fireplace and spa-like showers or oversized soaking tubs
  2. The Andaz, Maui, HI
    For babymooners looking to go all out, take the direct flight (around 6 hours) to Maui and experience pure luxury atThe Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort. Don’t be surprised to see lots of expectant mamas around the resort, it’s a popular place for babymooners and it’s easy to see why. Hawaii is the ideal location for a tropical getaway, easily accessible from the west coast.
  3. Kimpton Riverplace, Portland, OR
    Less than 3 hours away by car, Portland is the perfect location for a city exploration babymoon. Stay at theKimpton RiverPlace Hotel, featuring tons of amenities and programing that cater to expecting couples, including in-room prenatal massages. The hotel is close to downtown while maintaining a peaceful urban lodge feel. The property is located on the west bank of the Willamette River, offering beautiful water views and miles of walking paths to keep the body moving.
  4. Headlands Coastal Lodge & Spa, Pacific City, OR 
    For a longer road trip, but still under 5 hours, journey toHeadlands Coastal Lodge and Spa. The mom-to-be can disconnect at the Tidepools Spa & Wellness Center, enjoying the Nurtured Mama-to-Be massage, designed to ease the stress and strains of pregnancy. To work up a sweat during your getaway, personal trainers on-site will work one-on-one with guests and can create a custom workout.
  5. The Inn at 5th, Eugene, OR
    For another road trip option, head five hours south of Seattle and visit Eugene, Oregon, the gateway to the Southern Willamette Valley. Sure, you might not be able to enjoy the famous pinots that the area is known for, but you can take a romantic stroll along the Willamette River, enjoy the waterfalls and covered bridges and can partake is short, low impact hiking.


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