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Babymoon – pregnant into holidays?

Are you pregnant? Congratulations. And no, you need not worry, you need not do without your well-deserved holidays. But how does it work, holidays shortly before giving birth? Babymoon is a travel trend that has developed strongly over the last couple of years. There are more and more specialised babymoon hotels for expectant parents. Pregnancy and travelling that goes well together nowadays. If you watch out for a couple of things, pregnant women can really enjoy their holidays in the Tyrol, Austria to the full. We in the Laurentius baby and children’s hotel know how it works and will support you as good as we can.

Enjoying holidays 'despite' being pregnant

A pregnancy always brings change – physical and emotional. A holiday is the perfect time for dealing with this new stage of one’s life, to examine one’s wishes and views and to become aware of the new situation. Peace. Time for taking deep breaths. The power of nature. All this helps to support you during your pregnancy. By the way: Gentle sports have shown to be effective preparation for birth. Walks in the fresh air and swimming have always been recommended by gynaecologists and midwives.

A perfect hotel for pregnant women

If you come to Fiss, there is one thing you can be sure of: We look after our guests. This maxim of the Hotel Laurentius does not only apply when it comes to the cleanliness of our rooms or the offer for parents and child, but in particular also when it comes to food. Our kitchen team knows what kind of food is best for pregnant women. We also know about food intolerances and allergies. Our chef is happy to take the time to consider your requests. You need not worry and can enjoy the Laurentius pamper board to the full.

Holidays during pregnancy? What to bring along?

General:
  • Please don’t travel on your own, but with a companion.
  • The second trimester (week 14 to 27) is considered the best time for travelling.
  • Listen to your body and question early your fitness for a journey.
  • Consider before your departure what you might need. Sometimes trifles, like your favourite pillow or blanket, make all the difference for feeling at home.
  • Be sure to get the ok from your gynaecologist

For getting there:
  • Generally it is recommended to avoid long journeys.
  • Take breaks during your journey.
  • If your journey takes longer, surgical stockings are very helpful.
  • Use a trolley and avoid carrying suitcases.
  • Please take care to have enough to drink with you.

Important documents and other things:
  • Mutter-Kind-Pass
  • E-Card or insurance card
  • Important phone number (e.g. gynaecologist) if the worst comes to the worst, to ensure swift communication
  • Travel aid kit: Please consult your gynaecologist what you should bring along. Magnesium is recommended. It helps in case of muscle cramps and in case of premature labour.
On site:
  • Simply relax and unwind, we will look after you.
  • We ourselves have children and we have cared for many pregnant women during their holidays.

Dear guests,


we and our employees are very happy to be able to welcome you again with a
“very welcome, nice to have you here” from 3 July 2020.

By the way:
We have adjusted our cancellation conditions and offer free cancellations up to one day before your planned arrival day during the summer season 2020 in case of closed borders.
More information on the open lifts and on the hygiene measures can be found here.


Take good care of yourself and your loved ones and most importantly stay healthy!

See you soon!

Barbara and Michaela Neururer