Babymoon Hotels in Canada | Last-Minute Relaxation and Romance for Parents-To-Be

Take a break for just the two of you at one of these gorgeous hotels before all the sleepless nights and diaper changing...

Your baby’s about to arrive, which means your whole world is about to change. Whether you’re a first-time parent or a veteran of five, you know the value of cherishing peaceful days before that bundle of joy arrives. To help you do just that, babymoon hotels across Canada are skyrocketing in popularity among couples seeking that relaxing getaway during the exciting pre-natal months.

Imagine snuggling up with your loved one and a comforting mugful of herbal tea around an outdoor fire pit in the Rockies, or refreshing with a dip beneath a thermal waterfall at a Nordic spa in Quebec. We’ve hand-picked our top 10 hotel spots for your Canadian babymoon, from a tranquil oceanfront retreat on Vancouver Island to a rooftop garden oasis in downtown Montreal—and expectant mother spa treatments in between!

It’s a special time for your growing family, so steal away for some last-minute romance, relaxation and plenty of sleep before two becomes three.

A Nordic Spa Experience for a Babymoon in Montreal


You’ll find Spa & Hotel Le Finlandais in the affluent Montreal suburb of Rosemère, set in tranquil gardens on the Mille Îles River. Start your day with a continental breakfast of croissants, muffins and fresh fruit, then make your way to the warm pools and gentle waterfall of the hotel’s Nordic-style spa. Expectant mothers are catered to with special treatments like the Deserving Mother package, an hour-long pregnancy-tailored massage and foot treatment (from the second trimester). Your partner will be well looked after too—spring between the icy Arctic bath, thermal pool and four saunas to get the circulation going in preparation for long nights up with Baby.

Come dinner, you can satiate any carb cravings with a home-style Italian spread at Joya, just 200 metres from the hotel. Try house-made pastas with traditional bolognese sauce if you’re in the mood for something hearty, or the classic veggie pizza if it’s lighter fare you seek. After your meal, take the short stroll back to the hotel and retreat into sumptuous bedding. You can choose a room with a fireplace for a cozy evening in, or opt for an open-plan suite where a luxury tub will beckon you into a bubble bath at the end of the day. Late-night snack attacks are no problem here either; satisfaction is just a call to 24-hour room service away.

Hotel Le Rivage

Top rated
8.8 Excellent (1014 reviews)

A Vancouver Babymoon Hotel for Fireside Ocean Views


With its waterfront setting on Vancouver Island’s eastern shore, Kingfisher Oceanside Resort & Spa is a tranquil retreat in British Columbia. Set the tone for your visit with a wander through the Serenity Gardens, where cascading streams and glowing fire bowls enhance the lush landscaping against a panoramic ocean view.

The babymoon treats start at the resort’s Pacific Mist Spa, where you’ll discover pregnancy-tailored full-body massages and a whole selection of options for moms-to-be. The Belly Facial is a pampering treatment that aims to help prevent stretch marks through gentle exfoliation, a nourishing mask and light massage.

After your trip to the spa, spend some quality time together back in your room. Draw yourselves a sudsy bath for two, snuggle up by the fire or on your private balcony beneath the soothing symphony of waves lapping against the shore. When you feel hunger calling, indulge in contemporary West Coast cuisines like iron-rich Canadian sterling silver beef or a pan-roasted rack of lamb with potato gnocchi. Like in your room and from the gardens, you’ll find yourself mesmerized by the majesty of the Georgia Strait and coastal mountains beyond.

Kingfisher Pacific Resort & Spa

Top rated
8.6 Excellent (1335 reviews)

Comfort Food and Southern Charm at a Homey Babymoon Hotel in Quebec


Built in 1900, Manoir Hovey is the epitome of old-world charm and service—but with a dash of modern luxury. This southern-style mansion rests on the shores of Lake Massawippi in a quaint Quebec village less than 20 kilometres from the summer festivals and grand architecture of Sherbrooke.

The hotel’s 30 acres of woodland and English-style gardens along 600 metres of lakeshore mean your European-style bedroom will come with panoramic lake views. Check into a larger suite for even more space—think gleaming spa-style bathrooms and private decks for romantic evenings of naming the stars.

Do as much or as little as you like here, from easy outdoor yoga classes in the morning to an afternoon filled with massages and facials. If you’re visiting in the warmer months, slip into the serene rock garden pool for a soothing float—great for giving pregnancy-swollen feet a deserved rest. At the on-site restaurant, you’ll find delectable local dishes like Beaurivage Farm Pork and Charolais-Angus Beef Filet Mignon. For something with a casual vibe, visit the hotel’s Tap Room Pub to enjoy a comforting grilled cheese by the fireside.

Manoir Hovey

Top rated
North Hatley
9.6 Excellent (764 reviews)

A Waterfront Babymoon Hotel with Pacific Northwest Views in Victoria


You’ll get prime Pacific Northwest views from the Oak Bay Beach hotel’s waterfront location just outside Victoria, BC. Here at the southern end of Vancouver Island, opportunities for gazing across the Juan de Fuca Strait are endless. You can relax on an outdoor terrace or refresh in one of the seaside pools—either way, you’re in for a sweeping view of snow-topped Mount Baker in the distance.

Indoors, revel in your luxury guest room, where traditional design elements like crown moulding and patterned wallpaper combine with spa-style bathrooms and modern floor-to-ceiling windows. If anything can draw you from the plush comfort of your private space, it’s the hotel’s sense-awakening Boathouse Spa. Indulge in therapeutic treatments using indigenous ingredients like hand-harvested wild kelp and marine glacial clay.

Have your food cravings met in any of the hotel’s three restaurants. You can celebrate your babymoon in style in the formal yet intimate surroundings of the dining room, where you’ll find a bounty of local seafood as well as pregnancy-friendly dishes like roast Woodgate Farm chicken with parmesan polenta and rare morel mushrooms.

Oak Bay Beach

Top rated
9.6 Excellent (2155 reviews)

Quebec City’s Babymoon Hotel with That Rural Getaway Feeling


Although Le Bonne Entente is just 10 kilometres from downtown Quebec City, this peaceful spa hotel feels like a countryside retreat. Set within acres of landscaped gardens, you can opt to visit the rippling lagoon pool for a light swim or disappear into the secluded garden for quiet reflection in a gently swaying hammock. Since expectant mothers like to feel glam too, the on-site spa offers deluxe mani-pedis and bespoke facials. Alternatively, you can book an ultra-calming treat with the mother-to-be massage; it uses neutral oils and targeted movements to reduce tension in the back and legs.

Check into a classic chateau-style Cocooning room or the intimately contemporary Loft Be room; both suit romantic getaways with or without a baby bump. You’ll drift into a blissful sleep on pillow-top mattresses draped in luxury Italian linens, and wake early for a luxurious sit-down shower. In the hotel’s MC Lounge, the lively weekend brunch smorgasbord is a feast for both the eyes and taste buds. Sample your favourites from dishes like grilled meats, classic eggs benny and delicate souffleés. There’s even an all-you-can-eat sweet and savoury crêpes bar!

Le Bonne Entente

8.4 Very good (2509 reviews)

Fresh Mountain Air at a Babymoon Hotel in the Rockies


A getaway to the Moose Hotel & Suites, half a kilometre from postcard-perfect Banff, is a sure-fire destination for rejuvenation with a good dose of fresh alpine air. Embrace the wellness facilities and take a swim in the indoor pool, or soak your feet in the outdoor hot tub beneath a staggering view of mountain peaks. The on-site spa will call to you to make the most of your romantic retreat—reminisce about your honeymoon days while you take in a couples’ massage or facial. When you’re ready for a plateful of pasta, you’ll find ample choices at Pacini Restaurant. Be sure to check out the signature bread bar, where you can order a selection of fresh breads seasoned and grilled to order.

The authentic mountain lodge design here means each room has direct access to the great outdoors (there are four floors accessed by stairs here—worth keeping in mind for those in the later stages of pregnancy). True to the name of the place, you’ll find your room decked out with a piece of original “moose art”. When you book the Corner House (ask about its storied history!), you’ll get a decadent claw-foot bathtub to soak in. After a bath and a nap in your Queen Mountain Luxury Bed, head up to the main building’s famed rooftop. It’s the ideal vantage point to take in those inspiring Rocky Mountain views during the day, then bundled-up stargazing next to the glowing fire pit at night.

Moose Hotel & Suites

Top rated
9.4 Excellent (3990 reviews)

An Urban Rooftop Oasis at a Montreal Babymoon Hotel


Taking over the top two floors of a downtown high-rise and linked to Montreal’s famous Underground City, The Hotel Bonaventure Montreal is the ideal spot for babymooners who love to stay within the urban beat. Your first stop has to be the hotel’s rooftop gardens: wander hand-in-hand through 2.5 acres of lush evergreen pines and towering birch trees, trickling streams and koi-filled ponds. Take it all in with a gentle lap in the heated outdoor pool, while Montreal’s streets hum and bustle 17 storeys below.

When you’re ready to head indoors, your light-filled space will be waiting in calming earth tones to help you spend chilled out days. From soaring windows overlooking gardens or the sparkling city, draw the black-out curtains for a midday nap in crisp sheets. You’ll wake to a romantic couples’ massage to be enjoyed right in the intimacy of your own room.

Two on-site restaurants serve a handy variety of dishes, such as classic Montreal bagels and crêpes at breakfast time. The fuelling comfort food will set you up for the day, should you wish to explore the charming city streets below or just lie back for a knot-busting foot massage.

Hotel Bonaventure Montreal

Top rated
8.6 Excellent (6142 reviews)

Sunset Dining and Couples' Spa Treatments at This Babymoon Hotel in Victoria


You’ll find the luxury oceanside property of Brentwood Bay Resort & Spa just beyond Victoria, BC. Make yourself at home in a Deluxe Ocean Suite, where your spa-like bathroom will invite shared soaks before a restful night beneath the feather duvet of your king bed. You’ll be able to take in the vista of Brentwood Bay from your private balcony, or through floor-to-ceiling windows as you cuddle up together next to a roaring fire.

For holistic wellness and relaxation, drop into the on-site spa. You’ll choose from a comprehensive menu of face and body treatments, many of which are custom made for expectant mothers. Sign up for a peaceful side-lying pregnancy massage to release neck and back tension and to help reduce edema. Or if your babymoon is more about romance than just mama time, take your treatments in tandem. You’ll bliss out together under a massage in a couples’ suite, followed by a gentle rain shower for two and a gentle dip in the heated outdoor pool.

Watch evening descend with an intimate sunset meal in the Dining Room, where the dishes are made from locally-sourced ingredients. There’s a tempting sushi menu for the non-expectant, while moms-to-be can take their pick from savoury seasonal dishes like Alberta-raised lamb or a Parmesan-topped veggie strata.

Brentwood Bay Resort & Spa

Top rated
9.4 Excellent (2051 reviews)

A Vancouver Babymoon Hotel Dripping in Art-Deco Elegance


One of Vancouver’s historic landmarks, the Rosewood Hotel Georgia embraces 1920s elegance from foundation stones to rooftop. Skip the champagne but don your flapper dress—bump and all—for an ultra-cool babymoon with a distinctly Art Deco vibe. You’ll find understated sophistication throughout, from the guest rooms and restaurants to the stylish saltwater pool. Plus if you need to pick up some super-cute baby clothes, you’re just a block away from the shops of bustling Robson Street.

You can order up a tasty treat in the Prohibition Bar, like smoked buttermilk fried chicken and truffle fries, or discover gastronomic delights at renowned Hawksworth Restaurant. The menu here is contemporary Canadian cuisine, with dishes such as wood-fired Fraser Valley jumbo quail and Yarrow Meadows duck breast. Top off your meal with a candy-cap ice cream with toasted white chocolate, aerated toffee and walnut.

Lazy afternoons can be spent at the spa, where treatments incorporate BC glacial mud and other locally-sourced products. Soothe the skin and mind with a pregnancy massage, suitable for all trimesters. Lying comfortably on your side, you’ll be fully supported with pillows and bolsters, excellent for easing back tension. You can also book this as a couples’ experience for side-by-side relaxation.

Rosewood Hotel Georgia

Top rated
9.6 Excellent (2359 reviews)

A Scenic Babymoon Hotel for That Lake Louise Experience


The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise is a wish-list destination for many travelers—whether it be for a babymoon or any other excuse! Enter into one of the 500+ warm rooms here to relax, reflect and restore in front of that iconic view of the emerald-hued lake. The shining glacier and soaring Rocky Mountain peaks will elevate your spirit as you watch the snow fall softly outside, hot cup of herbal tea in-hand.

There are plenty of activities and relaxing experiences to take part in here, depending on how far along you are in your pregnancy. Feel the sheer majesty of the mountains from a canoe on the lake in summer, or walk the wintry grounds arm-in-arm with snowflakes on your eyelashes. Head to the health club and spa for indoor activities like a slow swim or a full-body pre-natal massage with the aid of a comfy pregnancy pillow. You and your partner can take in a quiet afternoon with a board game in the lounge, or a delicate afternoon tea tower at the Chateau.

You won’t need to travel far come dinnertime: there are several on-site evening dining options available. A fan favourite is Walliser Stube for European alpine cuisine. You’ll be dipping your toes into Lake Louise by day, and dipping your forks into gooey Swiss cheese fondue by night.

Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise

Top rated
Lake Louise
9.2 Excellent (11121 reviews)