Grand Lucayan, Bahamas Looks to Attract Pregnant Clients

Moms-to-be looking for some well-deserved pre-baby rest and relaxation can plan a Caribbean Mother’s Day Babymoon at Grand Lucayan, Bahamas

From secluded beach-front accommodations, to a pampering pre-natal massage and Bahamian cuisine galore, moms will return from this Grand Bahama Island escape rested and ready for life with baby.
 
For a peaceful getaway from the demands of everyday life, guests can bask in luxurious beach-front accommodations in Grand Lucayan’s Lanai Suites. These 900-square-foot ocean-front gems offer a balcony or patio for relaxing under the sun. The suites come equipped with all of the necessities for a stress-free escape.

Mom can unwind beach-side or at Grand Lucayan’s Senses Spa with a luxurious Sense of New Beginnings Pre-Natal Massage. Specially designed for mothers-to-be, this 50-minute massage promotes relaxation and increases circulation. The massage helps reduce back and neck pain associated with pregnancy and smooth, relaxing strokes will put both mother and baby at ease.
 
Mom can plan to satisfy her every craving with Grand Lucayan’s wide variety of culinary options. Ranging from Mediterranean cuisine at Churchill’s, to Caribbean-inspired dishes at Iries, or Asian cuisine at China Beach, Grand Lucayan looks to meet even the strangest of cravings with its breadth of dining choices.

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