Do you know what the best part of a travel blogger’s pregnancy is?

You guessed it! The babymoon.


If there’s any fluffy “tradition” the Americans thought of first that I’m jealous of, it is this. So I’m stealing it and recommending you celebrate it as well. Babymoon is a great opportunity for the preggo to relax, recharge and get spoiled by her significant other before the baby and the sleepless nights arrive.


My suggestion is to book a 5* resort that has all the comforts and amenities you’ll need where you won’t have to lift a finger during your stay.


Without further ado, I present you with the best resorts in Greece that promise to give you the babymoon of your dreams!


*picture belongs to Sani Resort


1 – Sani Resort – Halkidiki

Out of the 5 facilities this resort complex offers, I’m mainly talking about Sani Dunes & Sani Asterias due to the sense of exclusivity and privacy they offer. I went there for my honeymoon and I’ll tell you this: no matter how hard you try, you won’t move from the resort’s premises as everything else seems too mediocre compared to Sani!



*picture belongs to Romanos Resort

2 – The Romanos, a Luxury Collection Resort – Costa Navarino

More of a grown-up retreat than its other property, the Westin, next door where you can enjoy a stay later on with your child. I prefer Romanos so I can enjoy a carefree and cry-free luxurious vacay with memories I can cherish for life. I have booked my own babymoon there and I just can’t wait for June! The program will involve: breakfast, beach, spa, sleep, food, pool, chill and repeat!


*picture belongs to Stella Island Resort

3- Stella Island Luxury Resort & Spa (Adults Only) – Hersonissos

We all love kids, but mostly our own, so if you don’t have yours yet, opt for an Adult Only Resort to make sure you won’t change your mind regarding motherhood! Haha. Now on a serious note, Stella Island is absolutely gorgeous, as is the island of Crete, and if there are no kids running around, screaming and jumping in the pool, that’s always a plus in my books.


*picture belongs to Mykonos Blu Resort

4 – Mykonos Blu, Grecotel Exclusive Resort – Mykonos

The epitome of Cycladic luxury, Mykonos Blu is one of my all time favorite resorts that would be at the top of any of my lists. From its location – the popular Psarou beach, to its state of the art spa and fantastically decorated rooms, you just can’t do wrong.

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*picture belongs to Ikos Oceania Resort

5 – Ikos Oceania Resort– Halkidiki

Another resort in Halkidiki manages to hit my top 5 and that’s not accidental. This part of Greece is usually preferred by rich and demanding Russian families that have made it a necessity that a resort have the most attentive staff in order for it to survive. For the staff of Ikos Oceania, no request is excessive to be fulfilled and the all-inclusive experience is worth every single penny.


Every single one of these luxurious resorts is located by the beach and all of them feature great restaurant options to dine in. Now, babymoon or not, find an excuse to book in one of those 5 for an unforgettable experience.


  • Masha says:

    I actually had never heard of the “babymoon” which is such a delightful concept! I wish I had known about it or thought of it during my own pregnancy. I thoroughly enjoyed your notes on each of the resorts that you suggested and I especially liked the attention to options for an adult getaway – because as much as we love our children, whether for a babymoon or simply a couple’s vacation, we could all use a child free holiday allowing us to return well rested and full of energy for our children (a win win situation if I ever saw one!) I really hope you thoroughly enjoy your stay at The Romanos in June and I hope you share a post about your experience there!

    • Niki says:

      Thank you for your lovely comment! Yup, some adult time to recharge when you have a bunch of kids to deal with on a daily basis is definitely much needed!! I will make sure to share a post and pictures from my trip to The Romanos. xx

  • ANITA ZYCH says:

    WOW, all of them look awesome! However, I liked the most design of the resort nr 2. Looks cozy and private but at the same time luxurous.

  • Crystal says:

    Unfortunately I was unable to travel during my pregnancy so I missed out on my babymoon 🙁 Looking at these resorts makes me a little sad that I didn’t get one. It is however going on my bucket list! These resorts look amazing! Just what this mama needs at least once in a lifetime! Thank you for showing them to me.

    • Niki says:

      You are very welcome! It’s a nice excuse to stay pregnant again! haahaha.. just kidding. In all seriousness though, if you can manage it, do visit any of them one day!

  • Tahnee says:

    Mykonos for me! Looks like a dream come true. But you are so right about taking a little time for yourself and each other. Plus a little relax before the craziness is always good. I didn’t have a babymoon but I wish I had. I agree that everything should be provided so you can just relax xx

  • Kate Werthmann says:

    I know the babymoon well, as im american and half of my friends have kids! Im like you, though- kid free resorts so i dont hear crying until i have to! My husband is like that already! Anything adults only for vacations if we can manage it!
    I do hope youre feeling better so far! I know it’s been rough, maybe a babymoon will help!

    • Niki says:

      I feel way better already and I honestly believe that the babymoon will be a full recovery from all the tiredness and sickness of the previous months! Thanks honey!

  • Jennifer says:

    These are gorgeous places for a babymoon! I think it’s a smart decision to go luxury with it because having a baby is such a life altering event.

  • Laurence says:

    These are stunning hotels in Greece

  • Yuen Mi says:

    These are some lovely hotels.

  • gorgeous places for babymoon…nice information…

  • YUKTI says:

    wow this is really beautiful and I really love Greece, specially Santorini and Mykonos

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